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Freya Goddess of Love And Beauty Freya also known as Freya was the Norse goddess of sexual love and beauty Freya the goddess of love was well known for her beauty She was the Scandinavian material equivalent to the Greek Aprodite the goddess of love and beauty Wilson 39 Freya had a twin brother named Frey also known as Freyr who was the Norse god of Peace and prosperity Freyas father was Niord and her mother was Skadi Her father Niord who was the ruler of the Vanirs went to war with the Asgard Both of them grew weary and came in peace To show his respect with the Asgard he lived in Asgard and ruled the wind and seas Freya and her husband Odur lived happily in Folkvanger They had two lovely daughters as fair as jewels whose joy was in all beautiful things Green 84 Freya was very popular for her beauty She was loved and adored by many people Men from every where desired and wanted her One day a strange giant appeared in Asgard and offered to rebuild the wall that has been destroyed in the war between the Aesir and Vanir In return Loki the god who always knew when trouble was taking place would give the giant the sun the moon and the goddess Freya Loki gave him from the first day of winter to the first day of summer to finish the wall or else he will not get his reward The stranger asked if he could use his stallion to rebuild the wall and Loki agreed not knowing that it was the stallion that helped speed up the work Time passed until there was three days left until summer and the stranger was almost done The gods were frightened that the strange man was going to finished in time so Loki came up with an idea That night a beautiful mare appeared and
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