Freya, or Freyja (“the lady”), is one of the principal deities of the Norse Mythology. A member of the Vanir tribe, Freya shared her people’s tendency for the magical arts of divination. It is said that it was Freya who introduced the gods to seidr, a form of magic that allowed practitioners to change the future.
Her beauty only surpassed by her magic.
Life created by her will.
Men aroused by her touch.
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Supposedly Freya made her home at the palace of Sessrúmnir located in the field of Fólkvangr, where half of the dead slain in battle were taken to spend eternity; the other half went to Odin’s hall, Valhalla.
The ninth is Folkvangr, where Freyja decrees
Who shall have seats in the hall;
The half of the dead each day does she choose,
And half does Odin have.