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Freya and Iduna are powerful goddesses in Norse mythology. Freya (sometimes referred to as Frigg) is the wife of Odin, the king of Asgard, and traditionally known as the originator of the magic of the gods, with powers over the desires, health, and prosperity of others. Iduna was a Norse goddess of eternal youthfulness whose golden apples kept the gods of Asgard forever young. This story is not a part of Norse mythology, yet it uses the symbolism that each of these goddesses stands for to tell a story of transformation and rebirth. With the youthful trust and unconditional love of Iduna, Freya, who is masquerading as an angry dragon, is able to drop her limiting beliefs and step into her divinity as the most powerful of the goddesses.