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    Freyja—the goddess of love, beauty, and fertility in Norse mythology—is depicted as riding a chariot drawn by cats.

    Frigga: Norse Goddess and the wife of Odin. She rules over love, birth, marriage, destiny, and the sky. She weaves the sky and fates, and is responsible for the fertility of crops (due to the rain and sun from the sky). She is considered the “All Mother".

    Mokosh (aka Makosh). A goddess of fertility, water, and women in old #Slavic #mythology. According to folk belief she shears sheep and spins thread. The name itself is derived from the word combination maty kota ‘mother of the cat,’ that is, ‘mother of good fortune.’ She is related to All Mother Goddesses.

    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)

    In Greek mythology Demeter was the most generous of the great Olympian goddesses. The Greek goddess Demeter was an ancient goddess beloved for her service to mankind in giving them the gift of the harvest, the reward for cultivation of the soil.

    Ixchel or Ix Chel [iʃˈt͡ʃel] is the 16th-century name of the aged jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine in ancient Maya culture. She corresponds, more or less, to Toci Yoalticitl ‘Our Grandmother the Nocturnal Physician’, an Aztec earth goddess.

    Norse Goddess Freyja.

    Oshun, the Yoruban Goddess of love, delights in the creation of beauty and art, sensual delights and self-adornment. Her symbols are mirrors, jewelry, honey, golden silks and feather fans. Creativity in decorating home and temple is a way of honoring Oshun, who will bless any beautiful space created in Her honor. There is no object so common that Oshun will not appreciate more if it is made artistic and pleasing to the eye.

    Freyja, goddess of witchcraft, beauty and sexual independence, as The Empress (3) card

    Freyja guardian against chaos and of those who died bravely in battle

    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.

    Athena

    Valkyries and Freya - before Odin, the Mother angel Goddess was central to life of all tribes. This is also seen in Ishtar, Isis, Ma'at, Nephthys, Astarte, Lilith, and many other goddesses/the first angels. These angel goddesses were also prevalent in pre-American tribal nations, Indonesian, Tibetan and other cultures.

    The Norse Goddess - Freya~Freyja. Queen of the Valkyries, and associated with love, beauty, fertility, gold, seiðr, war, and death.

    This is a voodoo veve of Erzulie, goddess of love, beauty, and prosperity.

    Goddess Freya symbolism Norse Mythology Print by ForeverPine

    Freya, Norse goddess of love, fertility and battle

    Norse Valkyrie | Norse mythology

    Verðandi is the Norse Goddess of present fate.

    Norse Goddess Freyja Statue