Frigg is a fertility goddess in Norse mythology. She is the wife of Odin, king of the gods, and is the greatest goddess of the Norse pantheon. She is thought to have developed, along with the goddess Freyja, from an earlier fertility deity. Friday (Frigga’s Day) is named in her honor.
Norns of the Rune Tree. The Völuspá ("Sibyl's Prophecy") is one of the oldest sagas of the Icelandic Edda. A seeress sings of the all-knowing Fates living under a great Tree beside an ever-living Well. "Urd is one called, Verthandi the next, and Skuld, the third. They mark on the wood, they ordain laws, they allot lives for human children, speaking their fates." Urd means "became," Verthandi "becoming," and Skuld, "shall be." Their names come from a very ancient Indo-European