Jera

THE TWELFTH RUNE OF THE ELDER FUTHARK

jera

Name:

Old German – Jera ( “Auspicious Year, Harvest”)
Old Norse – Ar ( “Successful Season”)
Old English – Ger ( “Year”)
Gothic – Jer ( “Year”)
other: Jeran, Jara

Character: magnetic and irreversible
Symbol: sickles (without Thor’s hammer;) ) or spiral
Phone: j

Associations:

Colours: green, dark gold, light blue
Stone: cornelian (cornalia)
Plant: lime, hazelnut, oak, rosemary
Animal: eagle
Number: 12
Phase of the Moon: new moon
Element: Earth

Divination Meaning:

Positive: harvest, yields, completion of the project, making dream come true, work, harmony, abundance, prosperity, right time, affluence, kindness, reward, success, new ideas, creativity, the beginning or end of a cycle, birth, labour, growth, fertility, bringing something to a successful conclusion, peace, order, accuracy, thoroughness, celebration

Negative: wrong time, excessive haste, poor plans, acting without thinking, small yield, loss, shortage, transience, negligence, laziness, resting on one’s laurels, telling somebody to hurry,  intervention into the natural cycle

Message:

Do not try to accelerate the course of events. You reap what you sow.  At the beginning you will have to put a lot of effort in your plans, the reward will come later. Everything changes sooner or later. The end crowns the work.

It is a rune of time, namely one year, because that is how much it takes to grow and collect grains. This rune also symbolises awaiting the goal to be achieved but in an active way similarly to agriculture: to collect the grain you have to prepare the soil, sow the seeds, water them, remove the weeds etc.

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Rune’s image was adapted from Mrooczlandia http://www.mrooczlandia.com/darmowe/index.php?plik=karty_runiczne

 

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