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Iduna, Norse goddess of youth and apples.

Idun and the Apples, illustration from 'Teutonic Myths and Legends' by Donald A. Makenzie, Idunn/Iðunn - In Norse mythology the keeper of the apples of youth, she is known only through the myth “Idunn and the Golden Apples”

Friggja has four Handmaidens. Fulla: the prayer messenger. We look to her for guidance and intercession. Gna: another messenger Goddess responsible for healthy childbirth and getting messages over water and through the air on her magickal horse, Hoof-Flourisher. Hiln: Goddess of protection. who is also here to help mourners, "kiss away the tears." Last, but not least, The Goddess, Eira who is the Goddess of healing. She teaches her healing to women only.

Eir (pronounced AIR) is the Norse Goddess of healing. She is one of Frigg's twelve handmaidens, and is also named in a list of the Valkyries. Eir was called

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In Norse mythology, Gerðr (Old Norse "fenced-in"[1]) is a jötunn, goddess, and the wife of the god Freyr. Gerðr is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources; the Prose Edda and Heimskringla, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson; and in the poetry of skalds. Gerðr is sometimes modernly anglicized as Gerd or Gerth.

Gerðr (Old Norse "fenced-in") is a jötunn, goddess, and the wife of the god Freyr.

THE DAGDA (Dagda Mór, Daghda, Dagdae, Daghdha) was perhaps the greatest of the gods, given that his name seems to have meant the "Good God". The old Irish tract called "The Choice of Names" tells us that he was a god of the earth; he had a cauldron called "The Undry", in which everyone found food in proportion to his merits, and from which none went away unsatisfied. He also had a living harp; as he played upon it, the seasons came in their order.

Brigid's father and God of Imbolc. Provider and Protector, carrying His cauldron "The Undry" from which all were fed and non unsatisfied.

In Celtic religion and Irish mythology, Brigit or Brighid is the daughter of the Dagda and one of the Tuatha Dé Danann.

Love of the Goddess: Brigids Sacred Day of Fire, Imbolc

God of the Day-Caer Ibormeith Celtic(Irish) Goddess of sleep and dreams; and perhaps a less violent version of Mare; daughter...

dragonthebamf: “God of the Day-Caer Ibormeith Celtic(Irish) Goddess of sleep and dreams; and perhaps a less violent version of Mare; daughter of Ethal Anubail, a faery king of Connacht. She often took the form of a swan who lived on a lake called.

Freyja by ~Lindowyn on deviantART

Freya’s name appears in numerous place names in Scandinavia, with a high concentration in southern Sweden. Various plants in Scandinavia, One name would be The goddess of beauty! If women wished to be absolutely breathe taking they would prey to freya.

The Garden of Idun by Erulian. In Norse mythology, Idun "She who Renews"(also Iduna, Idunn, Ithun, or Idunnor) was the goddess of youth and fertility. She was the custodian of golden apples which allowed the Aesir gods to maintain their youthfulness, and was the only god allowed to gather them. Iduna was the wife of Bragi, god of poetry, and originally a member of the Vanir. She departed the fields and forests of Vanaheim to live with him in Asgard, where she had her western garden.

The Garden of Idun by Erulian. In Norse mythology, Idun "She who Renews"(also Iduna, Idunn, Ithun, or Idunnor) was the goddess of youth and fertility.

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