Easter

Keep the goddess ?ostre in Easter

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A day of celebration for fertility that was created by the Phyrigian Pagans in Mesopatamia in 1200BC.  The dates of Jesus’ rising story were changed by Constantine and the Council of Nicea and fused with the day of fertility.  The eggs are part of that fusing.  Any book containin the true dates of Jesus’ death were destroyed in the name of the new infused religion, along with a genocide that wiped out the memory.

The name Easter comes from the pagan origin of Ishtar.

Corinthians 6 12-13. “And Jesus did melt the coco into the shape of an egg and then did feast with the local villagers.”

 

Someone please correct me if any of this is inaccurate, this is completely from memory. True, Christianity stole the pagan spring festival and made it their own, but it goes a tad further than that. The Roman emperor Constantine, who is mostly responsible for the rise of Christianity, presided over the Council of Nicea, in approximately the year 323 CE. After declaring Christianity the “official religion” of the Roman Empire, Constantine gathered all of the bishops in Rome to make final decisions on a lot of questions that Christians at the time had. One of these decisions was the deity of a man named Jesus, from the town of Nazareth; the Council of these bishops had to vote on whether or not Jesus was to go down in history as the actual son of god, a deity, a higher power; or, decide to leave him as what most people at the time believed, that he was a preacher, a prophet if you will, with a very large following. We obviously know the outcome of that vote. Another thing the council decided on was, when to celebrate this supposed resurrection, and the Council decided this: Easter is to be celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the equinox, hence, it’s basically decided on a lunar calendar. For instance, the equinox is generally March 21st (although it CAN be on the 20th, depending on the solar cycles), so if there is a full moon on, say, March 24th, then Easter is the following Sunday, which could put it in late March. If the next full moon after the equinox is, say, April 3rd, then the following Sunday would be Easter.

 

 

eggs are a great old pagan symbol of the “re-birth” of the sun, because they’re “born” twice, once when laid and again when they hatch.

the birth of the sun is the winter solstice (dec 21st) when daylight is at it’s shortest, and then on the vernal equinox, thats the point where the amount of daylight & dark is equal, and after that the sun is re-born and there’s more daylight – till the autumn equinox, anyways.

and therefore the ?ostre[1]

holiday got assimilated into the roman state religion, and the “sun” that came back to life became the “son of god” that came back to life.

and everyone gets new clothes and chocolate.