Rune3Master - Into the Depths

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RuneMaster Publications, Dec 21, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 115 pages

'Seldom is humanity shocked by a revelation so profound.'

We are now in the twenty-first century and the runes are an enigma of the modern age. Amid an extensive body of work that has enveloped these ancient glyphs, none consider the importance of geometry; to analyse their shapes for consistencies that may reveal an underlying intelligence. In the eyes of science, runic geometry has little value. Science has conceptualised the rune without considering the significant function of geometry - a naive and erroneous approach. Runic symbols are predominantly linear (built up from a mixture of vertical and/or diagonal lines that coalesce to give the rune its characteristic shape). While science believes this peculiarity is consistent with the period of carving in wood or stone, it is thought their shapes encode an archaic wisdom, a knowledge that has been sought after for well over a thousand years, and attempts to unlock this illusive code continue today.

In this ground-breaking text, I unlock this legendary code. I reveal how the runes have been misconstrued over the centuries to what we find today. Contained within them are the remnants of an ancient geometric cipher and a myriad of arcane information, the likes of which has not been seen for over two thousand years, and the implications are staggering!

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Would you be surprised if I told you the runes have been misconstrued over the centuries to what we find today. "Into the Depths", is an inspirational read. Brad shows how the runes are not simple flat two-dimensional letter-forms, as is commonly perceived today, but rather a set of complex multidimensional objects. He shows how anyone can reproduce them, and shape-shift them using rotation - with undeniable proof that our ancestors did just this to create their own rune-sets. This book takes the subject to a new level of understanding. A remarkable read and a must have. 



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