Pronunciation – yair-ah
Meanings – harvest and the rewards of past efforts made, natural cycles (the seasons, life, fertility), movements in time.
Interpretations – Jera typically represents a seasonal year similar to The Wheel of the Year, constantly evolving and changing. It prompts us to remember that goals and intentions take time. Planting a seed doesn’t mean an instant reward. You must place it in healthy soil, give it water and protect it from the harsh elements. That seed must be given time to flourish, mature, and then harvested only when ready. Jera is a sign that your hard work and diligence are about to be rewarded. Prosperity and abundance for positive actions and hard work completed. Take time to celebrate and practice gratitude. Jera may also symbolize pregnancy or marriage.
a rune of good success, refers to any activity or effort you devote yourself. To see this rune is an encouragement to remain in good spirits. But you should know that quick results cannot be achieved. A period is always associated, therefore the keyword “one year”, which stands as a symbol for the full cycle of time that is before the harvest or exemption/liberation.
If reversed – no reversed meaning
Inscriptions – fertility, bringing desired outcomes and goals into fruition, and promoting a balanced connection with nature and the seasons.