Bjorn-gil Felag; Rancho Cucamonga, California  
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  JERA  

stave

 

PERSONALIZED INFORMATION

Letter;
Y &/or   J

Rune Number;
12 ~ 4  2ndÆtt

Pronounced;
yeer-rah

GaldR Sound;
yayayayayayaya-
just as it feels in short sharp bursts
yaoh, yaah, yaee, yaay, yaoh


Polarity;
dualistic

Element;
Earth, Solar
Colour;
brown, light blue, harvest yellow

Flower;
cornflower

Tree/Bush;
oak

Gemstone;
moss agate, carnelian

Energies;
fertility, prosperity & plenty, creativity, completion

Personification;
JordR, Sif, Thor, Saga, Hodur & Baldur, FreyR & Freyja
     

MYSTICAL PONDERINGS

Patience tends to compliment Time,
as completion brings beneficial outcomes,
though not in ways we expect.

    Representing the earthly rewards one may obtain for accomplishing the realistically lawful and honourable activities of the cosmos, this, the central rune of cyclic rotation, helps one to develop, in the proper sequence, those ever-encouraging potentials of success.
    This then brings forth benificial outcomes from the completion of doing what one most enjoys, as long as it is done in harmony with the correct natural order and at the proper time. By having an important bearing upon time, this, the stave of patience, brings forth gradual but persitant changes which cannot be forced and often indicates permanent changes for the better.
    Used in the magickal process of making inner visions become a reality simply by actualizing one's desires - either by slowing down and causing both events and actions to halt, or by speeding up and creating a progressively recurring forward motion, this Teutonic yin-yang of return symbolizes the endless process of growth in all forms.
    Able to bring other runes into being, this Rune of Warding has the ability to cause time and events to come full circle and thus gently turn one's subjects of interest towards the positive flow of Wyrd, there-by advancing one's creative process upon the spiral path.
     

FURTHER INSIGHT

trust not an acre early sown,
    nor praise a son too soon:
weather rules the acre,   wit the son,
    both in fact are exposed to peril.

    ...bear with us folks   ;)

homeward bound
  CONTINUE
  ALONG...



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