Grapevine's Sorcery Box!
Well, what do we have here? A discount box filled with ancient Icelandic rune magic! The Sagas clearly show that Icelanders have been fascinated by spellcasting and sorcery for centuries. They have actively and openly used spells through the ages although sorcery became frowned upon (to say the least) during the time Iceland was ruled by catholics.
Get a taste of Icelandic witchcraft in this box containing 2 books, a board game, some wild herbs that MAY make you wiser, a POTENTIALLY magical wall sticker and a lip balm that is PERHAPS magical!
Would you like to increase your prosperity, secure the love of the man or woman of your dreams, seek protection from evil forces or grumpy neighbours, catch a liar or raise the dead? If so, the Sorcerer's Screed is just the book for you.
The spells have been adherent to Scandinavian history and culture for centuries and Icelanders have been using magic spells from the first settlement for everyday purposes as well as the more unorthodox.
The Sorcerer’s Screed is the world's most comprehensive collection of Nordic spells. Each spell comes with a diagram and specific instructions for their use and purpose.
The book was first published in 1940 in the annual but limited publication Jólagjöfin (Yule Present). The author himself, Skuggi (Jochum Magnús Eggertsson, 1896-1966), had handwritten the text and drawn the diagrams.
A fun little board game for 2-4 players featuring the Icelandic Fuþark runes and magical staves of the Vikings! Icelandic game design and development. Rules in English!
- High replayability, thanks to 6 double printed game boards.
- Small, yet sturdy box with magnetic opening, made from high quality material.
- Takes small shelf space, can be displayed as a book.
- Designed to be used in compact spaces, ideal for travelling.
- Unique and original artwork.
- Icelandic game design and game development.
There are various Icelandic symbols of magic. Some are believed to be from medieval times while others derive from ancient Viking era. These runes were used in a variety ways to affect nature or bend reality to your favor.
Ástarstafur or Love Charm would help you win the affection of someone or help maintaining love between people affected by the runic magic. So people would etch this on bedposts to improve love life and so forth. We much rather recommend just using this highly durable wall sticker!
A book covering the runic alphabet used by the Vikings of Iceland. Each rune is explained along with it´s sound and modern equivalent.
This lip balm is named "Lip Magic". Does wonders and we even suspect witchcraft is at work here...
This herbal blend named Valva has great taste and is good as every day tea for witches of all ages with Lady's mantle, red clover, angelica and melisse.
Lady's mantle is a widely known herb, used as alternative medicine through centuries in Iceland and was the signature herb of Freyja, the Norse goddess of love and fertility.
Runes & Sorcerers
Looking forward to our cryptic Icelandic sorcery Christmas present
Runic Magic Box
I love the poster and wall sticker and have loved playing the game with my young nephew! The book is a great supplement to previous books I’ve purchased to learn more about the runes! I feel well on my way to being a spákona!
Glad to hear it, one day you can tell us our fortunes :)