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OSTARA : Norse Goddess of Summer

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OSTARA : Norse Goddess of Summer

What is Eostre the goddess of? Ostara is the name of a goddess of the Nordic cult, but also of a celebration in honour of spring. This festival is celebrated around March 21, the spring equinox, by practitioners of German-Nordic paganism, but also of Wicca. Who is the goddess Ostara? Ostara, on the other hand, is the Goddess of spring, fertility, life, earth, nature and youth, she is a member of the Vanes family, just like the Goddesses Freyja and Nerthus. Ostara arrives on Midgard when the day and night...

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    Idun, the Norse goddess

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    Idun, the Norse goddess

    What is Idun the goddess of? Goddess Idunn is the guardian goddess of the golden apples that give youth and eternal strength to all who eat them. The Gods themselves eat these apples beyond their great powers, but because this variety of apple is the best of the whole universe and the nine worlds. Idunn is the very beautiful wife of the God Bragi, the God of poetry and artists. The name of the goddess Idunn means "the one who rejuvenates, or renews". Some Experts link the myth of the...

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    Pantheon: Norse Gods and Goddesses

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    Pantheon: Norse Gods and Goddesses

    The Viking Gods In Norse mythology, we have two great Families of Gods: the Aes and the Vanes Let's start with the lists of these legendary Norse Gods (just click on their names to learn more about their stories). SIF: The Goddess of Wealth and Gold. FRIGG : VIKING GODDESS AND ODIN'S WIFE  ANGRBODA: THE ICE GIANT PRESENTED IN MARVEL THE VALKYRIES, FIERCE WARRIORS, DAUGHTERS OF ODIN  Goddess Idunn: The guardian goddess of the golden apples HEIMDALL, THE GUARDIAN OF ASGARD  Hel: Norse Goddess of the Kingdom of the Dead...

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