THE GODS OF THE ÁSATRÚ RELIGION AREDIVIDED INTO TWO CATEGORIES ÆSIR ANDVANIR Æsir is the termdenoting amember of theprincipal pantheonin the indigenousEuropean religionknown as Norsepaganism. Vanir are a group ofgods associatedwith fertility, wisdomand the ability to seethe future.
ÆSIR ODIN: is considered the chief god ofNorse Mythology. He is the god ofwisdom, war and death, magic,poetry, prophecy, victory and thehunt.
ÆSIR FRIGG: is a major goddess in Norsepaganism, a subset of Germanicpaganism. She is said to be the wifeof Odin, and is the "foremost amongthe goddesses" and the queen ofAsgard.
ÆSIR THOR: is a hammer-wielding god associatedwith thunder, lightning, storms, oak trees,strength, the protection of mankind, and alsohallowing, healing and fertility.
ÆSIR BALDER: is a god and the second son ofOdin. Also quoted in some sources asBaeldaeg proto, which allegedly refers to anancient Scandis a god and the second son ofOdin.
ÆSIR TYR: is a god associated with law and heroicglory in Norse mythology, portrayed as one-handed.
VANIR Njörðr: is the god of the fertile land and fromthe sea coast, as well as nautical andnavigation.
VANIR Frey: is the god of rain, the rising sun andfertility.
VANIR Freyja: is described as the goddess of love,beauty and fertility. Peoples invoked forhappiness in love, assist in childbirth and tohave good seasons.