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Odin Loses a Wager with his Wife

King Geirrod, the, er, unfortunate foil of the Allfather in the Eddic poem Grímnismál, was once a foster son of Odin, who for one year was taught the Allfather’s wisdom while a boy. 963 more words

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I Wear My Gods Like Armor

Religious jewelry is almost as old as human thought is. You can find countless archaeological digs from around the world that have brought forth jewelry from the dawns of time that, which each year, grow further and further away. 274 more words

Paganism

Feast Day May 30th

Frigg – Nordic/Germanic goddess of so many things that it’s ridiculous, and was vindicated slightly in the second Thor movie with the one fight scene that they let Rene Russo do, but was still disappointing to the goddess herself who is a major kick ass who doesn’t need any of her children defending her. 262 more words

Spirituality

Odin's wife, Njord's sister

Part two of my micro-series on personal favorite theories regarding the gods of Asgard, gleaned from reading between the lines and from personal experience, has to do with something that became clear to me not long after I started looking to Njord for wisdom and guidance, as well as Odin. 1,433 more words

Religious

Mother's Day - Frigg's Love

DISCLAIMER
These services are done at Sacred Journey Fellowship, an Earth-centered Unitarian Universalist Church located at 1215 Main St. Garland, TX 75040.
I am not a registered holy person (godhi/priest/etc.). 1,249 more words
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Frigg, Weaver of Clouds by alicianeart

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Frigg, Weaver of Clouds

Medium : Digital Painting
Software : Krita

In Norse mythology, Frigg is the wife of Odin, the All-Father. Goddess of love and destiny, she possesses the gift of foreknowledge, weaving the fates of men and gods with her spindle.

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