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Harvest, Fertile Phase, One Year
Jera, eine Rune des guten Gelingens, bezieht sich auf jede Aktivera, 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.
Abundance, reaping, manifesting, wealth, family security, finances
What happens during the harvest? We collect all we’ve been growing. This rune represents manifestation and reaping the rewards. Finances and security.
D is for Duir, the Celtic tree of Oak. Like the mighty tree it represents, Duir is associated with strength, resilience and self-confidence. The Oak is strong and powerful, often dominating over its shorter neighbors. The Oak King rules over the summer months, and this tree was sacred to the Druids. Some scholars say the word Duir translates to “door,” the root word of “Druid”. The Oak is connected with spells for protection and strength, fertility, money and success, and good fortune.
In many pre-Christian societies, the Oak was often associated with the leaders of the gods–Zeus, Thor, Jupiter, and so forth. The strength and masculinity of the Oak was honored through the worship of these gods.
During the Tudor and Elizabethan eras, Oak was valued for its stength and durability, and was commonly used in construction of homes. The bark became valuable in the tanning industry, and many areas of Scotland were deforested in the rush to harvest Oak.
Mundane Aspects: Carry an acorn in your pocket when you go to an interview or business meeting; it will be bring you good luck. If you catch a falling Oak leaf before it hits the ground, you’ll stay healthy the following year. Remember that “Duir” means gate or door–watch for chances that may pop up unexpectedly, and take what is offered to you. After all, an unknown opportunity is better than a missed one.
Magical Aspects: Be strong and steady like the Oak, no matter how unpredictable things may become for you spiritually. Your strength will help you prevail.
Hexagram Twenty – Four 24
Fu / Return
Thunder regenerates deep within Earth’s womb:
Sage rulers recognized that the end of Earth’s seasonal cycle was also the starting point of a new year and a time for dormancy.
They closed the passes at the Solstice to enforce a rest from commerce and activity.
The ruler himself did not travel.
You have passed this way before but you are not regressing.
This is progress, for the cycle now repeats itself, and this time you are aware that it truly is a cycle.
The return of old familiars is welcome.
You can be as sure of this cycle as you are that seven days bring the start of a new week.
Use this dormancy phase to plan which direction you will grow.
You are about to experience a rebirth — about to be given another chance, a new lease on life.
You have persevered, gone the distance through an entire cycle — through the Spring of hope or new passion, through a Summer of growth and building, only to be sacrificed like the archetypal Harvest King at the Autumn reaping.
You lie dormant like seed beneath Winter snows now, healing and absorbing new energies in preparation for the new young Spring coming shortly to your life.
Twenty – Four
The 6 based on 24 counsels and comforts others, likes music and often plays an instrument (percussion is a favorite). It represents domestic struggles and divorce, needs a solid, stable environment. Can be a bit gossipy.
Angels are helpng you to keep your faith and have courage in all your actions. They are with you right now and want you to know that. Believe in Angels and Higher Powers around you. They have abilities to help you.
Animal Spirit Guide and/or Animal Spirit Helper
Butterfly meanings and symbolism include angels, transformation, ephemeral beauty, immortality, fertility, joy, and other powerful qualities. While they only live for a short time, butterflies have existed on Earth long before humans, and they have intrigued us since time immemorial. In fact, butterflies appear in the myths and folklore of people around the world, and many cultures believe in the butterfly spirit animal.
In this post, you’ll learn about butterfly meanings and symbols, butterfly mythology, the butterfly as a spirit guide, and more.
Table of Contents
- What do butterflies symbolize?
- Detailed Butterfly Symbols and Meanings
- Butterfly Color Meanings and Symbols
- Red Butterfly Meaning
- Orange Butterfly Meaning
- Yellow Butterfly Meaning
- Green Butterfly Meaning
- Blue Butterfly Meaning
- Purple Butterfly Meaning
- Brown Butterfly Meaning
- Black Butterfly Meaning
- White Butterfly Meaning
- Butterfly Spirit Animal
- Butterfly Power Animal
- Butterfly Totem
- Butterfly Symbolism in Ancient Cultures
- Mayan and Aztec Butterfly Mythology
- Greek and Roman Mythology
- Butterfly Symbolism in the Bible
- Celtic Mythology
- Butterfly Meaning in Japan
- Butterfly Meaning in Feng Shui and Chinese Culture
- Native American Butterfly Meanings
- Butterfly Dream Meaning
- Butterfly Tattoo
- Organizations that Protect Butterflies
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