Does it make a difference what day of the week you do Rune Work?

Michael burnsall crop bestThe Runes are the alphabet of the ancient Norse and the Germanic Peoples. They are part of the Indo European invasions that reached out to India, Spain, Ireland and Britain as well. All the Indo-European peoples had the same god or goddess ruling each day of the week, and it was considered auspicious or inauspicious to do rune Work on different days. But is there the danger this is formulaic or legalistic? Shouldn’t we do rune work as an expression of our deep authenticity and our true will? – and who was the Norse God of Saturday??? Michael Conneely, author of the novel Rune Magic available on Amazon, talks about uses of the Runes:

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I am an experienced and highly qualified astrologer, combing both Western and Vedic astrology. I offer birth chart interpretation, prediction, and understand your child astrology as well as relationship astrology. I also teach many worldwide distance learning astrology courses in both western and vedic astrology, complete with webinars. I also offer powerful, learned and caring worldwide distance teaching courses linked to healing modalities in the Ogham, the Runes, the ancient Irish Druid Path and shamanic healing. My visionary earthspirituality novels are available on Amazon. They are: Druid, Rune Magic, Sacred Earth and Vision Holder Munay Ki, Munay Ki Protection and my spiritual guide book: The Backpackers Guide to the new spirituality 2014. you can email me at or phone me on 077 – 992 – 96821. My websites include:, and and
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