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

Norse Goddess Freyja.

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Norse Goddess Freyja Love this image, Freyja looks powerful, as she is!

So yeah,, nerdy cat lover moment here, but I also NEED one of these cats. Because these are the cats that pull Freya's chariot. Yes, the Norse goddess Freya has a chariot drawn by cats. And that is why the Norse are awesome. And as ancestrally, I am Norse, I need a Norwegian forest cat. (like my logic there?)

Freya Norse Goddess Chariot Cat

Freyja is the Norse Goddess of love and fertility. She is the chief Goddess of the Vanir, who were mainly fertility Gods. Freyja is similar to Frigg in that she is a love and fertility Goddess, but where Frigg’s role was mainly as wife and mother, Freyja is seen more as a lover, the symbol of sexuality and passion. She was married to the God Óðr, who is mentioned only briefly in Norse myths.

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A troll is a supernatural being in Norse mythology and Scandinavian folklore. In origin, troll may have been a negative synonym for a jötunn (plural jötnar), a being in Norse mythology. In Old Norse sources, beings described as trolls dwell in isolated rocks, mountains, or caves, live together in small family units, and are rarely helpful to human beings.

Freya, Norse goddess of love, fertility and battle

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Freyja: Norse deity of love, sexuality, beauty, fertility, gold, war, death, & Seiðr. Daughter of Njörðr. She is also known as Gefn, Valfreyja, Hörn, Mardöll, Skjálf, Sýr, & Vanadís.

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)

Redheaded and redbearded Thor, son to the sky deity Odin and husband to goddess of marriage Sif, was the thundergod who, when angry, rode the skies on his chariot fighting giants and thus creating lightning and thunder with his powerful hammer Mjölnir. This hammer is one of the most well-known symbols of Norse mythology and it was created by the dwarves.

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Minoan Snake Goddess. The goddess, or priestess, is depicted with exposed breasts and wearing a rich garment. Her bared breasts suggest her capacity as fertility goddess, 16th c BCE

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

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