Berkana, linked to the birch tree, the moon, women and motherhood. It’s the rune of beginnings, and if it looks like our letter b, that’s natural. It’s the source of our letter. The “spirit” of berkana is shared all throughout the natural world, forming a kinship between all things that nurture and foster new growth.
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“The past is but the past of a beginning.” H. G. Wells (English Novelist, Journalist, Sociologist and Historian. 1866-1946)
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