Freya

Freya

Freya, Valfreya, She Who Shines Over The Sea, Norse Goddess of Love, Beauty, Sexuality, and Fertility, Lady of War, Death, Seior, and Witchcraft, Owner of Brísingamen and a falcon feather cloak, Receiver of the Slain, Rider Upon Cats, Golden Lady of Joy Song: Freya Come To Us! Channel: Aubrey Coletti

Freyja : Cat Cult and Fertility Magic

Freyja : Cat Cult and Fertility Magic

A Shamanic and Archaeological perspective of the Feline Cult and Fertility Magic linked to the Norse Goddess Freyja. My Social Media: https://www.youtube.com/user/VikingWidunder https://society6.com/arithharger https://www.facebook.com/ArithHarger https://instagram.com/arithharger/ https://twitter.com/ArithHarger http://vikingwidunder.deviantart.com/ https://arithharger.wordpress.com/ http://whispersofyggdrasil.blogspot.pt/ Credits/Music: Music Provided by http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html "Healing" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ The Images used in this video are from WikiCommons, Public domain, and archaeological researches - public and academic access. Freyja images: "Freyja" by Johannes Gehrts, (1901) ; "Freyja Seeking her Husband" by Nils Blommér (1852)

Who is the goddess Freyja? Freya? Goddess Lessons #2

Who is the goddess Freyja? Freya? Goddess Lessons #2

Today we are talking all about the Norse goddess Freyja, or Freya, however you choose to spell it. Was Freyja Odin's wife? What's the deal with Freyja's necklace? Learn all about it with me! get social! https://www.facebook.com/jesseyrosesmile https://instagram.com/jesseyrose https://www.jesseyrose.com/blog Interested in a mala? Check out my store and grab a custom made neckace just for you!! https://www.etsy.com/shop/starshinegoddess https://www.linktr.ee/starshinegoddess Beachbody Links: https://teambeachbody.com/jesseyrose Become a coach! https://teambeachbody.com/coach?referringRepID=382475 Get your fitness and nutrition on! https://teambeachbody.com/en_US/checkout/-/bbcheckout/challengepack/annual-all-access-BOD?referringRepID=382475 email: justaskjessey@gmail.com Thank you so much for watching this video! It means so much to me that you are sharing this goddess knowledge with me. Norse mythology is a bit more unclear than other cultural myths because it was a private culture, and by private I mean the Norse wanted their culture to be uncorrupted so they didn't write it down, but passed it down verbally through the generations. There are some conflicting stories about Freyja, even including whether or not she was a goddess of love and beauty. Today she is thought of as a goddess of love, beauty, sex, magic, war, and death. Wow, a lot right?! Was she married to Odin or Odr? I still don't know for sure, and I guess I never will, but we can still talk about all of her super cool attributes including her fiery necklace and cat drawn chariot. Definitely an interesting mythology. Lots of love beauties!! See ya next time! Kumasi Groove by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100183Artist: http://incompetech.com/

Frigg and Freyja

Frigg and Freyja

A look at the two most prominent goddesses of Norse myth, with some thoughts about our sources and their limitations. Dr. Jackson Crawford is Instructor of Nordic Studies and Nordic Program Coordinator at the University of Colorado Boulder (formerly UC Berkeley and UCLA). He is a historical linguist and an experienced teacher of Old Norse, Modern Icelandic, and Norwegian. FAQs: https://youtu.be/tOgU4vgnmxE Jackson Crawford’s translation of The Poetic Edda is available now: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1624663567 and his translation of The Saga of the Volsungs with The Saga of Ragnar Lothbrok is forthcoming in August 2017: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1624666337 Jackson Crawford's Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/norsebysw

The Cult of Freyr and Freyja

The Cult of Freyr and Freyja

Let's take a look at some of the aspects on the Cult of both Freyr and Freyja. Enjoy. My Social Media: https://www.patreon.com/ArithHarger https://www.youtube.com/user/VikingWidunder https://society6.com/arithharger https://www.facebook.com/ArithHarger https://instagram.com/arithharger/ https://twitter.com/ArithHarger http://vikingwidunder.deviantart.com/ https://arithharger.wordpress.com/ http://whispersofyggdrasil.blogspot.pt/ Credits/Music: Music Provided by http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html

Frigg the Earth Goddess

Frigg the Earth Goddess

Frigg, the old Germanic aspect of the Earth Goddess. My Social Media: https://www.patreon.com/ArithHarger https://www.youtube.com/user/VikingWidunder https://society6.com/arithharger https://www.facebook.com/ArithHarger https://instagram.com/arithharger/ https://twitter.com/ArithHarger http://vikingwidunder.deviantart.com/ https://arithharger.wordpress.com/ http://whispersofyggdrasil.blogspot.pt/ Credits/Intro: Singing by Arith Härger (me lol) Credits/Music: Music Provided by http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html "Ambiment" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Credits/Image: Imagine used in the video: "Appearance of Jesus Christ to Maria Magdalena (1835) by Alexander Andreyevich Ivanov" - Wiki Commons, Public Domain.

Frigg and Freyja are the same Goddess?

Frigg and Freyja are the same Goddess?

Is Frigg and Freyja two aspects of the same deity? My Social Media: https://www.patreon.com/ArithHarger https://www.youtube.com/user/VikingWidunder https://society6.com/arithharger https://www.facebook.com/ArithHarger https://instagram.com/arithharger/ https://twitter.com/ArithHarger http://vikingwidunder.deviantart.com/ https://arithharger.wordpress.com/ http://whispersofyggdrasil.blogspot.pt/ Credits/Music: Music Provided by http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html

Freya Goddess.

Freya Goddess.

The Divine Lady Freyja

The Divine Lady Freyja

Let's talk about the Divine Lady Freyja, a goddess mostly associated with fertility, but there was so much more to her than previously thought. My Social Media: https://www.youtube.com/user/VikingWidunder https://society6.com/arithharger https://www.facebook.com/ArithHarger https://instagram.com/arithharger/ https://twitter.com/ArithHarger http://vikingwidunder.deviantart.com/ https://arithharger.wordpress.com/ http://whispersofyggdrasil.blogspot.pt/ Credits/Music: Music Provided by http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html

BURNING THE WITCH! The Initiation of Freya and the loss of Wisdom in Old Norse Myths

BURNING THE WITCH! The Initiation of Freya and the loss of Wisdom in Old Norse Myths

Article about this here: http://freya.theladyofthelabyrinth.com/?page_id=206 The story of the war between the two divine tribes of Aesir and Vanir forms a very basic part of Old Norse cosmogenesis. According to Snorri, the Vanir were a native tribe in Scandinavia when the Aesir arrived from "Asia", more spesifically from Turkey. The Aesir ("Asians") descended from Thonar the Thunder God and his wife Sibylla, who was clairvoyant, were now led by Wodan and his clairvoyant wife Frija. The Asians conquered all the lands of North-Western Europe, married the women and soon everybody spoke their language. Only when they arrived in Scandinavia did they meet considerable resistance from the Vanir, who with their sorcery conquered the conquerors. Wodan (Odin) was smart and managed a beneficial truce. The story is curiously reminiscent of actual prehistoric facts. Towards the end of the Stone Age in Northern Europe, "The Battle Axe People" started to move from Southeast-Europe towards the North-West. Many have claimed that these were the Indo-Europeans, and that they are the reason why almost all the European languages are closely related. The Battle-Axe people was different from the native, communal and matriarchal Megalith-builders, concerned with individual power, war and hierarchy. There was no way Snorri in 1225 AD could have known what archaeology has shown and so many people have assumed that the legend about the Aesir immigration is based on actual events. I find it possible that such an event, the complete social upheaval and cultural change in a world where nothing before had really changed for millennia, may have been remembered in oral transmission, even over thousands of years. But Old Norse myths have more layers. It is important to notice what the Aesir and the Vanir represent - the Vanir obviously rule the universal laws of nature while the Aesir rule matters of the conscious mind. In the Voluspá (poetic Edda) we find an older version of the myth that includes the burning of Gullveig the Witch.These lines form the prelude to the war and all scholars agree that the witch that was burned was Freya, the Great Goddess of the Vanir tribe. But WHY did the Aesir burned Freya and pierce her with spears? Most believe it was some sort of punishment because the Goddess was "greedy for gold", and that she "corrupted the women", and so they burned her and then her people, the Vanir, came to take revenge. This interpretation is pure fantasy as there is nothing in the sources that would even hint to such a reason for burning the witch. First of all, the idea that Gullveig means "Greedy for Gold" an interpretation that has stuck since it was proposed in the 1930s, is simply wrong. Gullveig means Gold-Brew or else Gold-Strength and refers to the magical golden drink of mead that the Goddess offers. Gold is a metaphor for wisdom, divine light and poetry, as is clearly explained by Snorri. Also, the Vanir did not attack the Aesir to avenge the murder, on the contrary it was Odin who started the war by throwing his spear towards his opponent at a sacred counsel. I believe the burning of the witch in this case is a story of initiation. Just as Odin later let himself be pierced by spears and hung in order to achieve knowledge of the runes and spell-songs, the Goddess shows through a trial of fire that she can conquer death, and afterwards starts her journey as an operating witch under a new name - a typical structure of initiation. Odin observes her death-defying feat and wants her power for himself, which is why he attacks the Vanir and obtains exactly what he wants: Freya comes to the Aesir and teaches them her art of Seidr. The union leads to great wisdom and a golden age, but this age ends as greedy priests want to monopolize divine wisdom and keep it away from others. When divine wisdom is no longer available to everyobody, there is a need to create a path of initiation for those who still want to seek it. The translations of names: WITCHES WITHIN WOOD= "Ividiar", literally meanin "in-wood" but was the title of sorceresses or giantesses and are identified as nine previous worlds.Wood refer to world trees. GOLD-BREW=Gullveig. BRIGHT ONE=Heidr. WICKED WOMEN=illrar brúdar (naughty, unconventional).PEACE OF WISDOM=Fródafrídr. KING WISDOM= Fródi Konungr. BROAD VISION=Breidablik. Music by Ehwaz: Embla Maria Franz (voice, violin, flutes and percussions), Gustav Holberg (Voice, violin, flutes and percussions), Thomas Kvilhaug (voice, bass, guitar and percussions), John Gunnar Brynjulvsrud (voice, jews harp, kantele, Lótar and percussions), Kjell Øyvind Braaten (voice, ballafon, gambri, bass, guitar and percussions). Become a Facebook fan of Freya: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/Freya/150148709034

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