Also called Jara
Letter: J or Y
Old Norse name: Ar
It is interesting to
note that while the previous three runes (Hagalaz, Nauthiz, and
Isa) are all related to aspects of time-past, present, future-Jera
is related to time itself. Traditionally Jera refers to the year,
and especially the harvest. When Jera appears in a reading, it often
indicates that querent is about to reap the rewards of previous
actions. Because its meaning is "harvest," it can also
indicate change, but not the shocking, disruptive change of Hagalaz;
the change of Jera is the gradual, almost imperceptible change of
spring to summer or summer to fall.
Jera often appears in
casts concerning legal matters.
This is another nonreversible
rune, which means that sometimes you must look to the other runes
in a cast to see if Jera is telling you that you are reaping rewards
or sorrows for your actions.
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