Holda is a Germanic Goddess of fate, spinning (especially flax), and weaving. She survived into Christian times as a folk figure; Frau Holle, one of the fairy-stories collected by the Brothers Grimm, is about Her.
Holda can appear as a beautiful maiden or as an old woman. She is especially associated with the winter season; in Christian times She was connected with the twelve days of Christmas. Even in Christian times, a place was set for Her at the table on Christmas Night.
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