Tradition is an Ariadne's Thread through, and out of, the confusing labyrinth of Modernity's flux.
But once out of that maze, do we really *want* Tradition?
Is not Tradition only a ticket, rather than a destination?
The Runes are an example of such a 'ticket' - they are 'connectors' - something held across the centuries, across millennia, which retain the meaning and symbolic value vested in them long ago.
The Runes are our Ariadne's thread.