Frigga


Asteroid 77, Frigga, is a main belt asteroid that was discovered November 12, 1862 by C. H. F. Peters at Clinton, New York. It has a period of 4 years, 131 days and is about 43 miles in diameter.

It was named for the Norse goddess Frigga, wife of Odin and queen of the gods.

Frigga Spinning The Clouds by British artist John Charles Dollman



Some research was done on this asteroid by Batya Stark in the 1980s. Astrologically, it seems to indicate being flippant or defiant, sex or sex appeal, love and relationships.

Batya Stark is the creator of the glyph for Frigga, which is intended to suggest the gesture known as "giving someone the finger" or "flipping someone the bird."



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