23. The third asa is he who is called Njord. He dwells in Noatun, which is in heaven. He rules the course of the wind and checks the fury of the sea and of fire. He is invoked by seafarers and by fishermen. He is so rich and wealthy that he can give broad lands and abundance to those who call on him for them. He was fostered in Vanaheim, but the vans gave him as a hostage to the gods, and received in his stead as an asa-hostage the god whose name is Honer. He established peace between the gods and vans. Njord took to wife Skade, a daughter of the giant Thjasse. She wished to live where her father had dwelt, that is, on the mountains in Thrymheim; Njord, on the other hand, preferred to be near the sea. They therefore agreed to pass nine nights in Thrymheim and three in Noatun.
But when Njord came back from the mountains to Noatun he sang this:
not long was I there,
Only nine nights.
The howl of the wolves
Methought sounded ill
To the song of the swans.
Skade then sang this:Sleep I could not
On my sea-strand couch,
For the scream of the sea-fowl.
There wakes me,As he comes from the sea,
Every morning the mew.
Then went Skade up on the mountain, and dwelt in Thrymheim.
As goddess of winter and death, Morana is pictured as beautiful and pale young woman with either black or white wild long hair, dressed in black (death) or white(winter), sometimes pictured with wolf or vampire like fangs. Yarilo is pictured as a young handsome man with blond or light brown hair (with or without beard), he has white horse and is decorated with flowers and/or bundle of wheat.
In some version both Morana and Yarilo are children of god Perun (something like a mix of Thor and Odin), but also married.
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