Freyja, (Old Norse: “Lady”),or the Frowe is most renowned of the Norse goddesses, who was the sister and female counterpart of Freyr with great prowess over seiðr-craft and especially sexual love, fertility, battle but possibly even death. Her father was Njörd, the sea god. Pigs were sacred to her, and she rode a boar with golden bristles.A chariot drawn by cats was another of her vehicles. There remains much controversy amongst academic circles regarding the goddess Freyja’s privilege to choose one-half of the heroes slain in battle for her great hall in the Fólkvangar (the god Odin took the other half to Valhalla).
Vanadís (Old Norse Vanadis, one of the names of the Norse beauty goddess Freyja (perhaps from PIE *wen-"to desire, strive for," which would connect it to Venus) possessed a famous necklace called Brísingamen (torc or necklace), which the trickster god Loki stole and Heimdall, the gods’ watchman, recovered. Greedy and lascivious, Freyja was also credited with teaching seiðr (Nordic witchcraft) to the Aesir. Freyja (ON meaning Lady) As the mistress of magic and goddess of sexual love, Freyja is the owner of Brísingamen (possibly a torc or necklace) which Loki alleges in Lokesenna that she slept with four dwarfs in order to possess it, rides a chariot pulled by two cats,keeps the boar Hildisvíni by her side, possesses a cloak of falcon feathers and by her husband Óðr,is the mother of two daughters, Hnoss and Gersemi. Freyja is attested as having nine additional names; Gefn, Hörn, Mardöll, Skjálf, Sýr, Thröng,Thrungva, Valfreyja, and Vanadís. Along with her brother Freyr ON "Lord",her father Njörðr and her mother(Njörðr's sister,unnamed in sources),Freyja is a member of the Vanir(agricultural gods, goddess in Northern Europe)Stemming from Old Norse Freyja,modern forms of the name include Freya,Freija,Frejya,Freyia,Fröja,Frøya,Frøjya,Freia,Freja,Frua and Freiya.If you wish to gain her attention write her a love poem or song.Freyja's two cats are not your household pussycats but rather akin to Norwegian Forest Cats,wild and ferrule.This off course remains in contrast to the Norse goddess Frigga (meaning "own,dear,beloved"),also a formidable sorceress who appears at the onset wholesome and safe but this is not entirely correct.