Freyja is the Norse Goddess of love, beauty, fertility, war, wealth, divination, and magick. She is one of the Goddesses associated with Vanir. She is the daughter of Njord, and twin of Frey. She was married to Od.
She was known as a very beautiful goddess, perhaps even the most beautiful. No man could resist her, especially if she adorned her necklace, the brisingamen, created by four dwarves. She had to spend a night with each of them in return.
Freyja is entitled to the souls of Half of the bravest soldiers, where she invited them to stay at her land, Folksvang. She also was hospitable to their lovers and wives. Freyja is thought to be known as the teacher of Seidhr. She was also the leader of the Valkyries.
Freyja represents female sexuality and the untamed forces of nature. She is depicted as a blonde goddess wearing a Viking helmet and carrying a sword. She rides a chariot pulled by two blue or gray cats given to her by Thor. She also owns Hildisvini, a boar who represents fertility and protection for those going into war, and a cloak (which enables her to turn into a falcon).
Common other names or spellings for her name are Freya, or Freyja.
Herbs, Stones, Animals, etc.
Her sacred animals are the cat, sow, falcon, horse, swan, raven, and hare.
Her sacred stone is Amber.
Herbs that represent Freyja are cowslip, daisy, mistletoe, primrose, and strawberry.