The term goddess was first coined in 1776 by the French philosopher, Georges Clemenceau, to describe a person or thing that was able to inspire or control a state of mind or emotions.
The term itself came to refer to a person with the ability to achieve divine or supernatural qualities.
The Greek word for god, pantheon, means “heaven”.
“Freya is the goddess of dreams, the source of life, the womb, and the child,” Ms Williams said.
“She has been revered as the Goddess and the source and inspiration of a vast array of creative works.”
In some cultures, Freya is considered a deity, but the word has been translated as “devil” and “devill”, meaning “evil” or “evil spirit”.
The Goddess of Dreams is often depicted as wearing a white dress, with a white crown and a black veil.
“Freyanas crown represents the female form of her deity, her eyes are the symbol of life and death, her arms are the symbols of the four seasons, her feet are the signs of the wind, and her hands are the keys of the gates,” Ms Williamson said.
In modern times, Freyanas name has been used in many countries including Britain, France, Belgium, Spain, New Zealand and Australia.
The Goddess is also known as Freya, Goddess of Death, Goddess to the Moon, Goddess Of Life, Goddess To The Earth, Goddess And To Death.
“The word goddess comes from the Greek root for ‘heaven’, which means ‘dweller in heaven’, and she is the name of the goddess in the Egyptian religion,” Ms William said.
The goddess is sometimes depicted as a young child, with long, brown hair.
She wears white robes and often wears a white mask.
The most well-known deity of Freya was her mother Nefertiti, who was believed to be the embodiment of life.
She is often described as a “young mother” and a goddess of childbirth.
Freya’s other major role is as a guardian, a person who protects the land and the people.
“In some countries, the goddess is represented by the goddesses of agriculture and forestry, while in others she is represented as a goddess with an image of the earth and vegetation,” Ms Mills said.
Many religions, such as Hinduism and Buddhism, place great importance on the protection of nature.
“Although the goddess may be depicted in a variety of ways, the primary function of the Goddess is to protect the land, the earth, the sky and the inhabitants from evil, the negative influences of nature and the elements, which are referred to as the five poisons,” Ms Mill said.
Ms Mills explained that Freya can also be viewed as the “mother of all deities”, because her role as a protector was very important.
“This is because she represents the source, the wisdom and the will of Freyanus, the creator and creator of all things,” she said.