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Jera Rune Stone Meaning

Jera Rune Stone Meaning concerns itself with wise choices,
research develops and contemplates before any decisions are made.

Jera Rune Stone MeaningJera Rune Stone Meaning

Runestone meanings Jera. Connections with the crow, rosemary herb, and the oak tree. Jera holds the energies of fertility and fruition. A task completed with positive results. Jera also signifies the opposite, new beginnings, new doors to open. The end of the road and the beginning of another.

The rune Jera prompts stability and longevity bringing excitement and movement. Jera concerns itself with wise choices, research develops and contemplates before any decisions are made. In this way, you reach the wisest decisions with the most prosperous outcomes. Often shows around a new job, house an or business proposal. A crossroads, significant turning point in one’s life.

 

 

 Phonetic: J or Y
God: Freyr
Keywords: Choices, Paths and directions
Symbolic Meaning: Prosperous year of harvest
Element: Earth as in rich soil
Health: Digestive system
Polarity: Feminine

Magical Uses Of Jera Rune

Carve into the bedhead to help one with problems of becoming pregnant. Engraved on the inside of a relationship, engagement ring ensures pleasure and fertility in marriage. © psychic medium Ian ScottNature’s Oracle Cards

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