I will always genuine enquiries about the runes , my work or Northern mythology in particular. I can be reached at:

Email: svenson.rig@runewebvitki.com

Your Comments

1) Amazing artwork! Denis 05/01/2017 Alberta Canada

2) Wow I really like the new look and the updated information. I noticed there are two pages named my blog (but you said it is a Work In Progress) so keep it up professor Angel 05/01/2017 Venezuela  

3) I'm so glad to see this site rejuvenated! Thanks for all the work you put into making this available to everyone and anyone! Trisha 05/01/2017 Massachuttes USA

Rig: Thanks guys, Angel the issue with configuring the conflicts in my blog is now resolved. 08/01/2017 

The runes evolved and were never standard
To my mind, there is an elementary misunderstanding in many (perhaps most) of the books on runes currently available, outside the specialist academic works. This is the treatment of “the runes” as if there were a fixed set of signs with some immutable core of “meaning” assigned to them, some changeless essence which can be captured and reduced to a key-word or two. Runes, being the product of human intellectual effort, have been subject to the same evolutionary processes as any other aspect of material or ideological culture: they have changed and grown, just as the societies which used them changed and grew. This fundamental fact appears to have been overlooked in a great deal of the popular literature.
Ref: Runes: Literacy in the Germanic Iron Age by Stephen Pollington 2016

Please feel free to make constructive remarks about what I write about passionately here, in particular the fuÞark runes. But please, leave the armchair warrior back at home.