The Ancient Pagan Origins of Easter

Image result for pagan easterEaster, Bunny and Eggs are obviously not in the Bible, then Why Spring/Vernal equinox celebrations around the world, of course your calendar is a pagan holiday. It’s all about celebrations of rebirth and renewal.

Spring is officially here, according to the astronomical calendar. The arrival of the vernal equinox in the Northern Hemisphere is when the sun shines directly on the equator, giving us almost equal amounts of day and night.

Related imageAstronomical observation begins with the early civilizations of Mesopotamia and Babylon. The great fertility goddess of Babylon, Ishtar is originally celebration of Easter were a highly acknowledged, practiced and celebrated since till that lasted from about 3,500 BCE to about 400 CE…

As the worship of Ishtar spread to westward expansion movement -through the western Mediterranean reaching Egypt, Greece, Western Europe then North America, the name got changed – a common event. Ishtar became Astarte, then Ostara, then Eostre, finally reaching England as Easter.

Every non cosmic conscious christian in the world that celebrates easter, or the resurrection, on this day, in any way, is participating in the use of astrology by following all of the spiritual traditions revolving around spring equinox are related to the SUN rising

This is ‘resurrection of the sun/son’ that celebrated as the time when the sun officially overpowers the darkness (powers of darkness) and days become longer.

Many spiritual traditions around the world have stories of a son dying and being reborn because that is what our SUN does (symbolically speaking itself).

Spring is a great time of planting anew for the year, the time when birds and animals go into heat and have sex. Fertility is the basis for celebrating the goddess Ishtar / Astarte / Ostara / Easter upon the arrival of spring. And, it is obvious, is it not, that rabbits and eggs are the symbols of fertility.

If Christians against Easter and Bunny like they told you many times, be sure you must inform them. There shall be signs in the sun, the moon, and the stars.” – Jesus Christ, Luke 21:25 The Bible is filled with references to astrology. This is because astrology was widely accepted as truth in Biblical times.

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