Saturday, 1 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Jera/Ger

Elder futharc-Jera
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Ger

Phoenetic value-j[pronounced as a `y`]

Exoteric interpretation of the name-The year, harvest, the solar yearly path, the reward for lawful and honourable action.
Cognate with the Old Norse Ar[eagle].
Esoteric interpretation of name-Life cycle, cycle of the sun, the marriage of heaven and earth, fertility, the dynamic rotation of the summer-winter cycle.

Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
jera jera jera
ju ja ji je jo

Colour-light blue
The Sunwheel

Runic body posture: Stand upright with right arm bent so that the thumb of the right hand touches the crown of the head. The left arm is bent at the same angle with the fingertips of the left hand touching the left hip bone.

Old English Rune Poem:
Harvest is men`s hope when god allows/
-holy king of heaven-the earth to give up/
fair fruits to warriors and to wretches

Icelandic Rune Poem:
[Harvest[ is men`s bounty
and as a good summer
and a ripened field of crops

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