Door Number 6: Freya and Frigga

Happy Friday the 13th! Ann K reminded me that Friday was originally named for Frigga and Freya, so today seems a perfect day to reblog this portal painting from 2010. It’s the only one I’ve ever signed–although I did so in Runes!

More on Friday the 13th history here: https://annkreilkamp.net/2023/01/13/its-friday-the-13th-good-luck-or-bad-luck/

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The Norse goddesses Freya and Frigga literally highjacked this door.

Freya and Frigga Door by Laura Bruno

I had completely planned out Door Number 6 as a variation of the Lovers from the Tarot since that is card number 6, but I had a slight delay in picking up that door. In the time between plan and pickup, these two jumped in with a newer plan and continued to run the show for the entire painting. I had anticipated an Aurora Borrealis and Full Moon below, but then the Queen of Cups announced herself as a mermaid. The result is a bright, playful portal with three aspects of the Divine Feminine.

Freya corresponds to Aphrodite: love, sensuality and sexuality. Frigga embodies ideals of Motherhood and Marriage. The Queen of Cups respresents deep, feminine intuitive wisdom, a spiritual type of Mother Love, and that watery, boundary-less Feminine Principle.

Freya and Frigga…

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