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Norse Goddess Freyja.

Norse Goddess Freyja Statue

Freya Norse Goddess Chariot Cat

Freyja (Freya) Norse Goddess of Love, Beauty and Fertility, Real Bronze Powder Cast Statue, 10 1/2-inch by,

abinferis: According to Norse Mythology Freyja is the daughter of the sea god Njord and sister of Freyr. She is an important fertility goddess and a member of the Vanir.Is a goddess associated with love, beauty, fertility, gold, seiðr, war, and death.Freyja’s greatest treasure was the Brisingamen necklace, around Freyja’s neck it became an emblem of the fruits of the heavens and earth.

joy-and-happy: Freyja, norse goddess.

Freya::: Norse Goddess of love, fertility and battle. Queen of the valkyries! The dead who do not go to Valhalla, are taken with Freya (Freyja)

Goddess Freya symbolism Norse Mythology Print by ForeverPine

An Indus Valley Fertility Goddess

Arthur Rackham, Freya Goddess of Youth, 1910, via Flickr. (i.e. Goddess of fertility - with her cats)

Hel (Old Norse Hel, “Hidden”[1]) is a giant and goddess in Norse mythology who rules over Helheim, the underworld where the dead dwell. According to the thirteenth-century Icelandic scholar Snorri Sturluson, she’s the daughter of Loki and the giant Angrboða (“Anguish-boding”), and therefore the sister of the wolf Fenrir and the world serpent, Jormungand.