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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 113, Freyja Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 113, Freyja Summary and Analysis

Freyja is one of the most popular Scandinavian Goddesses. She was known as Queen or Mother Goddess of the Vanir deities. She was Goddess of love, beauty, sex and attraction. She was also the Goddess of war, death, magic, prophecies and wealth. Freyja aids those in need. She helps the simpleminded Ottar to learn his ancestry, remember it, and keep his land as a result.

One day Freyja wanders into the forest of Svart Alfaheim, the Land of the Dark Elves. She sees four little men crafting a beautiful necklace, the magic Brisingamen. When the work on the necklace is complete she offers to trade silver and gold for it but the little men refuse. Instead, they ask for a night of love each. Freyja spends four nights in Svart Alfaheim and is so pleased she almost forgets the...

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