How historical runes got passed down the ages

How historical runes got passed down the ages
If we are to assume the master to apprentice theorem of how things got passed down during the dark ages, it is a reasonable conclusion to discern also that each ancient rune carvers(runemaster) carried with him or her a personal bias as regards how this information was transmitted or even written down. Thus formed a very personal traditions handed down by word of mouth to each successive generation line. But because of the nature of this oral tradition, if the line gets broken, then all this personal tradition is lost for all time. Therefore I argue that possibly several rune tradition lines existed historically, each unique in their own merit and by no means standardised as we understand standards today.
Consider the many varying points of view of modern rune scholars and the agendas that seem to follow them. Time line I feel is also important as is the fact that the runes evolved and did not remain fixed in time. The New Age fraternity tend to take bits from here and there (any time line) and then introduce the grossest of errors by assuming that modern English (on the basis that someone said it is of Germanic origin) is an equivalent to West Old Norse?
I am pretty sure that the late Iron Age Norseman thought patterns were nothing like modern English and a general all round argument that English is Germanic just does not cut it for me as far as the modern direct placement of Latin alphabets ABCs as a transliteration for futhark runes. Now as regards the Anglo-Saxon Futhark and using Old English is a different matter. New Ageist runic magical renderings generally speaking within the modern rune magic community lacks basic research into lore and languages.
The earliest runic inscriptions contained ligature runes or bind runes that is two or possibly three runes on either side of a shared vertical stave. The aim of such writing practice is generally believed to save effort and space. The same custom is found all over Europe, and in Denmark is so known for example also in our oldest inscriptions in Roman letterings, where letters are both joined together and place inside each other. For example, if the Second Period Younger Futhorc runes  A and  R were written together the ligature rune  is created; to show this in transliteration, we place an arc over it, thus It remains also possible that drama enacted at yearly festivals such as rune dance may have been another way of preserving what was entirely oral traditional lore in our oldest inscriptions in Roman letterings, where letters are both joined together and place inside each other. For example, if the Second Period Younger Futhorc runes  A and  R were written together the ligature rune  is created; to show this in transliteration, we place an arc over it, thus It remains also possible that drama enacted at yearly festivals such as rune dance may have been another way of preserving what was entirely oral traditional lore.