Warrior Goddess, Freyja
Freyja is the Norse goddess of love, beauty, gold, and magic. She is the owner of the necklace, Brisingamen, rides a chariot pulled by 2 cats, is accompanied by the boar Hildisvini, and possesses a cloak of falcon feathers.
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Associated colors: greens for fertility, gold and rose pink for beauty, love, and god, and white and red during wartime. Deep purple grey represents her magical form, and pearl whites, blues, and shimmering sands represent her childlike/maiden form.
Animals/pets: Cats, pigs
Altar suggestions: golden cat figurines, amber, gold, heart shaped stones + charms, flowers, linden tree, beans, daisies, cowslip, primroses, lily of the valley, and the rune Fehu
Food and drink: strawberries drenched in honey, sweet wines and mead, sweet pastries
Service offerings: aid young women, prositutes, pregnant women, advocate for womens’ rights- including rights to abortions, STD testing, maternity leave, and more, know your own worth + support others in this