Bygul and Trjegul
Freya (or Freyja) was a fertility goddess and was associated with domesticity, womanhood, and female sexuality. She was also associated with sorcery and magic, as well as war and death. It was said that after a battle, Freya would lead a band of
Valkyries to gather the fallen warriors-or half of them, at least. She would take her share of the dead to Folkvang, her hall in the home of the gods, while the other half went to Odin, god of wisdom and war.
Freya might also have been the goddess on hand to greet women after death.
Freya's chariot was pulled not by horses but by two male cats. Both cats were described as being blue or gray and had been a gift from Thor. Their names
(bestowed upon them not by the ancient Norse but