Anežka Mikésková

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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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Illustrations from The Heroes of Asgard by C. Brock Frigg takes oaths from all living creatures

Idun and the Apples    Idun is the Norse goddess of immortality, a gift bestowed by her magical apples.    Painting by J Doyle Penrose.

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”

Freyja bargains with dwarves for Brisingamen

'Then the dwarfs held it (Brisingamen)out to Her(Freja)', illustration from 'The Heroes of Asgard, tales from Scandinavian Mythology', by A E Keary, 1930 (colour litho)

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Naše nejběžnější léčivé rostliny - nástěnná tabule ( 67x96 cm ) | ALBRA - Prodej a distribuce učebnic

Naše nejběžnější léčivé rostliny - nástěnná tabule ( 67x96 cm ) | ALBRA - Prodej a distribuce učebnic

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