Followers of Freya


Followers of Freya

The Norse Goddess Freya, it is impossible to categorize her powers to one or two superficial areas. This group is intended for all who wish to pay homage to the goddess which exemplifies unapologetic feminine power!

Members: 223
Latest Activity: Apr 5

Freya and Feminine Power

She encourages us to stand up and claim our power without apology. She reminds us to hold our heads high in supreme confidence of our beauty and hearts. She is unfaltering in her quest to obtain the dreams and desires of her heart, a powerful example for us. Possessing the gifts of magickal power as well as physical might, she is equal to any, male or female. Her sexuality is the fire of purest passion, and without shame.

This is not an Asatru group. This is not a Vanatru group. This not a Wiccan, Pagan, Heathen, or Northern tradition group. This is a group for Anyone and Everyone who wishes to share and discuss the Goddess Freyja, regardless of what you label yourself, or what others may label you.

If you are bothered by the open exchange of diverse opinion, and wish for a world in which everyone agrees with you, I encourage you to find the nearest...

Oh and btw as a DISCLAIMER if someone has a problem with the fact that I have not given artist credit for images I would add that these images are royalty free images from deviant art that the authors have chosen to share freely with the public. Those that are not royalty free have copyright or author signatures posted on the art work itself. 



Discussion Forum

Offering styles

Started by Hexebella. Last reply by Lunata Rose Mar 10, 2018. 20 Replies

What kind of offerings do you prefer to give to Freyja (and other deities)?  Physical offerings, such as food, jewelry, etc.  Service offerings, where you dedicate your actions to a deity?  Or perhaps, creative offerings, such as a poem, song, or…Continue

Freyja's Form

Started by Freyja's Feline. Last reply by Lunata Rose Mar 10, 2018. 11 Replies

Freyja can take any form as She pleases. In what kind of form does She present Herself to you?

Symbols of Freya

Started by Lothair Yul Dragonmyst. Last reply by Barry J King Jul 29, 2016. 1 Reply

Selenite really reminds me of Freya, even though it is named after a Greek goddess. It represents the moon, love, and magick. Tigers eye, Amber, and rose quartz also remind me of her as well.All flowers belong to Freya, but cowslip, primrose, and…Continue

Freyja's lovers and husbands

Started by Freyja's Feline. Last reply by Lothair Yul Dragonmyst Jul 6, 2016. 4 Replies

Of which of Freyja's lovers and husbands are you all aware?

Has anybody found good books about Freya?

Started by Lothair Yul Dragonmyst Jul 6, 2016. 0 Replies

One I found was FireJewel, a devotional for Freyja. Has anyone read that or other books about her?

The Vanir: An Obituary?

Started by Barry J King May 21, 2014. 0 Replies

The Vanir: An Obituary. The article starts on pg. 10. I was wondering what are you all's thoughts on it & if you can offer…Continue

Thesis shared by Midevalist

Started by Spider Witch Dec 20, 2013. 0 Replies

what do you think?Freya's Cats, a thesis by Brenda PrehalContinue

Tags: Thesis, Freyja, Freya, cats

Thought of Freyja

Started by Spider Witch Mar 10, 2013. 0 Replies

This vid brought thoughts of Freyja and her BrisingamenContinue

Tags: migration, period, gold, necklace, Freyja

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Comment by Victoria Boggess on August 13, 2016 at 12:04am
Hey everyone sorry I haven't been on much but I have question for everyone and I'd like everyone's opinion if they want to give it. I'm getting a tattoo and I want it norse based. The goal is to have it represent my husband and I and our marriage. The only problem is I don't know what to get. Our tattooist is great in that he doesn't charge by color but by size and can draw anything up for us I just need a starting point.
Comment by Nadia Massana on July 5, 2016 at 9:16pm

Interesting :D I got my own call from Her when I was 16. I'd love to talk to other followers. I have yet to officially meet anyone that does indeed follow Freya. Also, if anyone has any general information about the Norse path or anything similar, I'd love to learn. Even though I have been taken under Her wing for years, I have yet to settle into a certain titled path. Many blessings~

Comment by Tegwedd ShadowDancer on July 5, 2016 at 6:42pm

She does that, doesn't She?  She talks to you, and gets you to follow Her.

Comment by Lothair Yul Dragonmyst on July 5, 2016 at 5:06am
Hi, glad to meet everyone here. I'm pretty new to paganism, and Freyja really called to me, even though I am a guy. She is really who got me started on my path.
Comment by Tegwedd ShadowDancer on May 29, 2016 at 6:31pm

Good to meet you, Mallory.  I've been in Boise, ID a couple times, to visit Doc's brother Miles.

Comment by Mallory Brooks on May 29, 2016 at 4:21pm

Hail! I am here in Idaho, and am a Norse Heathen, I am also the Founder of Kith & Kin Hearth here in Boise Idaho.

Comment by Kelley Harrell on July 30, 2015 at 7:24am

The relevance of the Old Norse tooth-gift, today. Animist Child – Blessings for the Tooth Faerie

Comment by markwarlock on September 16, 2014 at 11:17am
good day ms. victoria; sounds like you have a plan in the works. here we go again with the talk of the wild animals that scares the other members off the cyber-space, lol. personally i never feel quite so alive as when there are truly wild animals in the vicinity. it seems that watching them i their natural environment, and their interactions are the greatest teacher. wisconsin is a state that i've only passed through. i have heard that it's quite wild in places there. i notice that there are several menbers from some of the other groups are from wisconsin(good cheese, and beer),lol. well as always fare thee well mw
Comment by Victoria Boggess on September 14, 2014 at 11:18pm
well markwarlock your close but I live in wisconsin...I live in town as of right now but we may be moving to a ranch either on the other side of the state or montana. Were I use to live was in the country, about 10 min away, and we have black bears, wolves, coyotes that pack up like wolves, foxes, and bobcats and lynxs every once in a while. my friend that lives 4 min south of me lost several of her horses to a mt. lion.
I respect nature and love it, specially when its on the dinner table, but if I caught it hurting a pet or livestock of mine its goin to meet its maker.
Comment by markwarlock on September 13, 2014 at 11:08am

 sounds wonderful ms. victoria, maybe montana, wyoming? i've lived and worked in, jackson, wyoming, for a yr, and alaska, and 14 other states. tryed to get in the wilderness, or close to it in each one. there is something about not being at the top of the food chain all the time that makes one appreciate, the natural order of things. i'm in the mo. ozarks now, and have been followed by a cougar here. and once in a while coyotes howl, in the night. well as always, fare thee well, markwarlock  (p.s. what happened to everyone? all i hear except for you, is crickets. maybe talk of wild animals, and the the goddesses valkeries scared them off, lol.)


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