"Queen of Darkness, Loki's daughter, Hella, when we seek thy hallows, Bless us with thy bright face, Lady, Show a pathway through the shadows. Where the ancestors are biding, Where all memories are hiding, To thy mercy now confiding, Hella, we hail thee now". Diana Paxson:
Hlin - (The one who takes pity") Goddess of compassion and consolation, Frigga's second attendant. She was sent to kiss away the tears of mourners and pour balm into hearts wrung by grief. She also listened to the prayers of mortals, carrying them to her mistress. She protects people whom Frigga wishes to "save" from a danger.
Njörðr (1832) from the philological book Die Helden und Götter des Nordens, oder Das Buch der sagen. In Norse mythology, Njörðr (or Njörd) is the god of winds and the sea. He is the father of Freyr and Freyja, and the three of them are Vanir who were brought to the Aesir after the war between them ended. Njörðr is married to the goddess Skaði, though his children are the result of a union with his own sister.
Freyja, Norse goddess of sex. Daughter of Njord and her twin brother was Freyr. Power over the dead and rode a chariot drawn by cats. Husband of Od. Shown with a necklace she got by sleeping with four dwarves in turn - the makers of the necklace. Could turn into a bird.
Kirke, a goddess with braided hair, with human speech and with strange powers; baleful Aeetes was her brother, and both were radiant Helios the sun-god’s children; their mother was Perse, Okeanos’ daughter.