Isedon Goldwing envisioned the Dragon Runes in April 2001. The Druatch language that the names for the runes come from is based on memories from others who have the past experiences of dragons as well, by finding the words appropriate to the idea behind the rune, the names were created, through continuing meditation and assigned appropriately. For more information about these runes please go to:
The Dragon runes are also featured on the Kagiri Ushumgal website, with a few alterations…
“I initially found some mention of the runes in my husband’s family’s grimoire, but it had sparse in information on them. Later through some digging on-line I found Goldwing’s runic set. Goldwing’s were very similar to what I was being taught and what I was coming to understand through meditations and working with my guides. I started to notice the slight nuances between what his runes represented and what I was being taught through the path were causing some issues with divination and spell work. I did some consultation with a few other draconic practitioners and massive meditations then came up with the small alterations to make it work a lil better.
The biggest differences where in the elemental dragons and I added a few specific dragons who I strongly felt were needed to round out the system. I have conducted several test readings for others and a few simple spells, and am very happy with the results.”
A book which may be of interest, based on Norse runes, not Druatch runes…
A curriculum of runic study which uses the myth of Sigurd the Volsung to awaken the powers of the Northern Dragon within the psyche of the student. Uses the same highly effective and transformative pattern of Draconian Initiation first developed in the author’s previous book ‘Apophis’, here adapted exclusively to runic lore.
See more of Michael Kelly’s books here…
“Roleplay” Dragon Runes
You may also come across other examples of Dragon runes which, like the ones below, are designed for roleplaying. If you are into using sigils and symbols in your magical work my personal opinion is that it probably doesn’t matter where your creative inspiration comes from as it is the intent behind the sigil/symbol/rune that is important. So why not use symbols that have been designed for roleplay if you so desire?
When using runes I personally prefer to use something that has more meaning and history behind it, but even the “real” runes were “new” at some point and who’s to say that some of today’s modern creations might not be “divinely inspired”. Anyway, the choice is yours.