WOTC Extra – How to make a Runic charm for safe traveling

Egyptian Comments & GraphicsHow to make a Runic charm for safe traveling

One of the most popular ways to use runes is in the form of charms due to their ease and versatility; they can also be carried around with you making them ideal for good luck charms or for going on trips.
Follow the steps below to create your own safe traveling charm, or if you like use the basic steps to create your own charm based on your needs.

Step 1: Using the chart above, pick what rune you would like to use for your charm, if making this charm for safe traveling, a good choice would be Raido, however you could easily make this for good luck using Algiz.

Step 2: Once you have decided on your rune, next take a small pouch and draw the corresponding rune on the bag.

Step 3: You will next want to take a stone with the rune on or a suitable herb (check the herb guide at the back of this eBook for details) and place that inside the pouch.

Step 4: Now take a small slip of paper and draw the rune symbol, fold this piece of paper up and place inside the pouch before tightening the strings at the top sealing everything inside.

Step 5: Your charm is now all ready to use for your trip, this charm will promote safety while traveling as well as make the time pass by quicker.

Wicca Witch of the West: A Beginner’s Guide to Wicca, Spells, Herbs, Runes, and Rituals
Pamela Taylor


5 thoughts on “WOTC Extra – How to make a Runic charm for safe traveling

  1. Don’t know if anyone would be interested, but making a bindrune out of Raidho and Algiz is pretty darn effective for safe travels. Works for me, at least. I draw the bindrune in oil on my car, my daughter’s car seat, our bags, etc. and charge the runes before we leave. ❤


    1. That is a good idea. I have never thought of doing that. I always make my bindrunes out of Willow branches. But your way is much quicker and easier. Thank you for the idea, I will definitely give it a try.
      Luv & Hugs,
      Lady A

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      1. I have a huge willow tree out front. We planted it when we first moved in here. The tree reminded me of the one I loved and had so much pleasure with growing up. Now this one is about twenty to thirty feet in the air, it is huge. She will occasionally drop me a branch or two and I run like heck to get them. I have found that she likes gems. So I will take a gemstone with me, say thank you and plant it next to her roots. Then I cut the pieces from the branch and I wood-burn my runes on them. I got into wood-burning a few years ago. I love making them for family and friends. They turn out quite beautiful even if I do say so myself, lol! But I like your idea better. I am all for something quick and easy to do. Wood-burning sure ain’t quick!

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