Tag: Freyja

To Freyja

This was written for Galina Krasskova’s contest for a poem for the Freyja prayer card. There’s still a couple of days left. If you want to send her your own entry, you have until Monday the 22nd. —— I hail now Freyja, brilliant daughter of Njord Lady of the Vanir, Who wears the falcon cloak Wandering Goddess…

Round-up of Interesting Links

Cooks Recreate Ancient Roman Food   A Heathen’s thoughts on Living with the Dead Place, power, and persons A really nice oveveiw of Freyja for the GMC And because They are closely connected, a profile of Odin Incense Offerings to the Gods How many Polytheists Are there?   Responses to the Gods and Radicals article: Guilt by…

GMC poetry: Freyja

Freyja Of the falcon-cloak She who bears The golden necklace Of the dwarves Tears of amber Tears of gold Armored Lover Death and Magic Sex and Earth   Freyja Great Lady of the Vanir She of many names Who wanders Among strange peoples Following mysterious Odr   Freyja Sister of Freyr Like Him, a hostage…

GMC: Freyja

Freyja is a truly complex Goddess. She is often described as the Norse Goddess of love, sensuality, fertility, and nature, but She is much more than that. Like Odin She claims half of the dead slain on the battlefield. Freyja rules over Folkvangr, “field of the host” or “Army-Field”, a meadow or field that serves…