Gold for the Golden Lady Written by thehouseofvines Or perhaps you’d prefer my Freyja playlist. Warning: it’s quite large. But this is probably my favorite song on it. Brings a tear to my eye every fucking time, man. Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related 10 thoughts on “Gold for the Golden Lady” Pingback: Gold for the Golden Lady — The House of Vines – Horn and Hearth all the Vanic animals are there I’m the image. I love Freya’s hair in it too. LikeLike Yup. And Potnia Theron is sort of a generic title or role that various Goddesses can step into (Artemis, Athene, Aphrodite, etc) and I suspect that if an Archaic Greek had encountered Freyja they’d have included her in that category too. LikeLike The use of the sun wheel there is interesting — I’ve often thought that Sunna and the Vanir work closely together. LikeLike There would be no life without the Sun LikeLike The fish is what is interesting there, now there is a mystery. ;-) LikeLike Makes me wonder if it’s a salmon. LikeLike I think there’s a connection between the sea and the Vanir through Njord…I’ve always thought that Freya as Mardoll has an affinity for the water, beach, etc. :) San. that’s really interesting about Potnia Theron. (WordPress on my Mac won’t let me “like” comments on your blog, though apparently I can actually comment all I want. I like all the above comments LOL). LikeLike Oh, that’s a really good point, plus ship graves are associated with the Vanir. How weird that it won’t let you “like” comments – I see the button, are you able to? LikeLike I can see it but when I click it pops up a blank new window but doesn’t actually DO anything. I think it’s. weird setting on my end, not yours. pain in the butt though. Good point about ship burials! LikeLike Comments are closed.