Witches sometimes create a unique symbol to signify their Craft Name by over-laying the Runic letters which spell their chosen or given name.
My teenage son and I keep a journal between ourselves to keep the lines of communication open. It is a way for me to pass on Motherly advice, as well as an outlet for him to "discuss" issues in his life which may be a little difficult for him to address with me face to face. Our journal is inscribed with several Anglo-Saxon Runic symbols representing Family, Overcoming Obstacles, Rewards and Tangible Results from Work, Gaining Ancient Wisdom, Home, Wholeness, Healing, Comfort, Harmony, Happiness, Love, Hidden Forces, Victory, Courage, Success, and more.
You can download various fonts to your computer from any of these links:
Robert's Rune Fonts (26 letters based on Elder Futhark)
Medieval Fonts at Fontspace
1001 Free Fonts
Alternatively, you can download Old English or Anglo Saxon "keyboards" that are compatible with Windows XP or Vista.
Inspired by her Native American roots and Bradbury lineage, Polly Taskey is a writer and grandmother in the northern USA. She shares her wisdom and pagan interests through Pagan by Design and The Moonlit Grove.