Join the Goddess Full Moon Group for the June Full Moon celebrating the Norse Goddess Freya on Thursday, June 8 at 8pm eastern. The Moon is Full in Sagittarius at 9:10am eastern.
Brandi Auset and I lead the Goddess Full Moon Group every month, as well as some special Goddess Wheel celebrations, and it includes discussion of the featured Goddess, a guided meditation, and a chat with Q&A after the meditation. This is free to sign up!
Freya is the Norse Goddess of Love and War, and one of the foremost goddesses of the Vanir. In Norse myth, the Vanir are a tribe of wild nature and fertility gods and goddesses. They were considered to be the bringers of health, youth, fertility, luck and wealth, and masters of magic.
Freya is the maiden mistress, and described as the most beautiful of all Goddesses. No male, mortal or God, can resist Her. She is invoked for happiness in love and familial relations, as well as sex and sensuality issues.
As the Queen of the Valkyries, She gathers the souls of the dead and slain warriors and escorts them to the afterlife.
Freya is also the mistress of cats, and is thought to have inspired all poetry. Her sacred day is Friday, and Her number thirteen.
Metaphysical properties: beauty, cats, death, enchantments, fertility, flowers, foresight, horses, jewelry, love, luck, magic, the Moon, passion, protection, romance, sex, wealth, warrioresses, the afterlife
Colors: gold, silver, black, red, green
Gemstones: amber, garnet, rose quartz, snow quartz, snowflake obsidian, copper, emerald, jade, malachite, moonstone, labradorite
Scent: amber, rose, frangipani, birch, vetiver, ginger, apple, mint, sandalwood.
Symbol: the boar, cat, full moon, amber necklace, number 13, 5-pointed star, cloak, spear,
Freya Goddess Mist at RED Wholistic
Copper Sphere at RED Wholistic
Labradorite Heart at RED Wholistic
Orange Aura Quartz at MHGoddess Shop
Lapis Lazuli Spheres at MHGoddess Shop
Goddess Alive!: Inviting Celtic & Norse Goddesses into Your Life by Michelle Skye
Freyja, Lady, Vanadis: An Introduction to the Goddess by Patricia M. Lafayllve
Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman