Jera Rune Meaning

Jera Rune Meaning

Jera Rune Meaning

Jera Rune Meaning

Pronounced: YARE-awe

The Jera Rune is also known as Gera, Gar, Ger

Jera Rune Meaning

The Jera rune literally translates into “season” or “year.” The rune is similar to the concept of the yin-yang and as a Western symbol it identifies more particularly with the waxing and waning of the cycles of the life. Jera declares the coming of a decent harvest if certain actions were done at the perfect time. However because of its cyclic activity, Jera declares however that it is just transitory. Work and ethic must go into the next harvest. Jera is a reminder that all things pass, grow, change, and decay, just as the seasons which pass and take after on endlessly. Everything is in development and everything comes back to a similar point due to the nature’s cyclic development. Moreover being associated with Freyr and Freya, the twins divine beings male and female, Jera symbolizes the spiritual union between the Earth and the Cosmos and is thus a bridge between the spirit and physical reality. This marriage is also representative of the ancient Aesir and Vanir gods and their subsequent peace treaty.

Jera Rune Poems

Anglo-Saxon

No Anglo Saxon Rune Poem exists for the Jera Rune.

Old Norse

No Old Norse Rune Poem exists for the Jera Rune.

Icelandic Rune Poem

No Icelandic Rune Poem exists for the Jera Rune.

Jera Rune Meaning for Divination and Casting

Jera Rune

 

Cycle of the Year – The harvest, hopes and expectations, fruits of deeds, results of earlier efforts

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