The Jera rune, also known as "Jeran" or "Jara," is one of the ancient symbols used in the runic alphabet, specifically in Elder Futhark, the oldest known runic script. The Elder Futhark was used by Germanic tribes during the Migration Period and the Viking Age. Jera represents the sound "j" and is associated with the concept of "harvest" or "year." It symbolizes the cycle of growth, the rewards of patience and hard work, and the culmination of efforts. It signifies the fruitful outcome of a process, a time of reaping what has been sown, and the natural progression of time and seasons. In divination or spiritual practices, Jera can be interpreted as a positive rune, indicating a period of abundance, prosperity, and successful outcomes. It encourages patience, perseverance, and the understanding that rewards come through sustained effort and the passage of time.