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Did you know? Vikings and kittens. What??? This is fantastic. Gonna have to add this to my Freya tattoi!!!

Did you know? Vikings and kittens. A cat in the household was probably highly valued because they could help control Rats & Mice.

Dreamer. "All people dream, but not all equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their mind, wake in the morning to find that it was vanity. But the dreamers of the day are dangerous people, For they dream their dreams with open eyes, And make them come true." ~ D.H. Lawrence Artist: Susan Boulet Title: Allies

Medicine Woman with her spirit animal guides and crystal orb.all on our totems. We use crystals in energy based healing practices and this artwork is in our healing room.~♥~ ~♥~ ♥~ ~♥~by pinner, art by Susan Boulet

In Norse Mythology, Hugin (“thought”) and Munin (“memory” or “mind”) are a pair of ravens that are the shamanic helping spirits of the god Odin. These informants are two of the many sources of Odin’s prodigious wisdom and it is from this associated that Odin is referred to as a “raven-god.” Hugin and Munin are semi-autonomous beings who are simultaneously projections or extensions of Odin’s own being. In Chapter seven of the Heimskringla book Ynglinga saga, which provides an euhemerized...

In Norse Mythology, Huginn ("thought”) n Muninn (“memory” or “mind”) are a pair of ravens that are the shamanic helping spirits of Wodan. In Chapter 7 of the Heimskringla book Ynglinga saga, which provides

Freyja by ~Lindowyn on deviantART

Freya’s name appears in numerous place names in Scandinavia, with a high concentration in southern Sweden. Various plants in Scandinavia, One name would be The goddess of beauty! If women wished to be absolutely breathe taking they would prey to freya.

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vikings-brasil: “ Freya and cats ” Freyja and her Cats by Toradh on DeviantArt

Freya (Old Norse Freyja, “Lady”) is one of the preeminent goddesses in Norse mythology. She’s a member of the Vanir tribe of deities, but became an honorary member of the Aesir gods after the Aesir-Vanir War. Her father is Njord. Her mother is unknown, but could be Nerthus. Freyr is her brother. Her husband, named Odr in late Old Norse literature, is certainly none other than Odin, and, accordingly, Freya is ultimately identical with Odin’s wife Frigg Artist~Helen Stratton

Freya (Old Norse Freyja, “Lady”) is one of the preeminent goddesses in Norse mythology. She’s a member of the Vanir tribe of deities, but became an honorary member of the Aesir gods after the Aesir-Vanir War. Her father is Njord. Her mother is unknown, but could be Nerthus. Freyr is her brother. Her husband, named Odr in late Old Norse literature, is certainly none other than Odin, and, accordingly, Freya is ultimately identical with Odin’s wife Frigg Artist~Helen Stratton

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