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Today's Reading...

On the first day of fall, I pulled Jera and Fehu. Well, no complaints there.

Happy Mabon!

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jennlynn_green
Sep. 23rd, 2009 08:01 pm (UTC)
To me, runes are like tarot cards...everyone has their own interpretation. Fehu is "wealth" (or "domestic cattle") and Jera is "year" or "harvest". I did not ask a specific question, I've just been drawing daily with a "what do I need to know" attitude. This combination spoke to me of reaping the harvest of my work thus far and/or stepping into a new cycle of transformation that will be rich and abundant. Either could be true given where I've come from this past year or so and given new paths that I am pursuing.

A decent basic rune site is: http://www.sunnyway.com/runes/meanings.html

Here's what they say:

Fehu (F: Domestic cattle, wealth.) Possessions won or earned, earned income, luck. Abundance, financial strength in the present or near future. Sign of hope and plenty, success and happiness. Social success. Energy, foresight, fertility, creation/destruction (becoming). Fehu Reversed or Merkstave: Loss of personal property, esteem, or something that you put in effort to keep. It indicates some sort of failure. Greed, burnout, atrophy, discord. Cowardice, stupidity, dullness, poverty, slavery, bondage.

Jera: (J or Y: A year, a good harvest.) The results of earlier efforts are realized. A time of peace and happiness, fruitful season. It can break through stagnancy. Hopes and expectations of peace and prosperity. The promise of success earned. Life cycle, cyclical pattern of the universe. Everything changes, in its own time. Jera Merkstave (Jera cannot be reversed, but may lie in opposition): Sudden setback, reversals. A major change, repetition, bad timing, poverty, conflict.
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