Easter pagan celebration.

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In the 8th century, Christian scholar Bede claimed in his book, Bede: The Reckoning of Time (Liverpool University Press - Translated Texts for Historians) De temporum ratione, (The Reckoning of Time) that Easter derived from the Saxon Eostre (a.k.a. Eastre).
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The ancient Saxons in Northern Europe worshiped the Goddess Oestre at the time of the Spring Equinox. The Goddess Easter represents the sunrise, spring-time and fertility, the renewal of life.

Easter graphicsEaster graphicsEaster graphicsThe Easter celebration has many rituals and traditions that may or may not be Christian in nature. Rituals celebrated during the Easter month s are truly pagan rituals and celebrations, while some are Christian in nature.
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Easter celebration  started with pagan worship and has absolutely nothing to do with the Crucifixion, or the Resurrection!
Churches will not touch the issue of how
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Easter got its name because it is a controversial issue.

Easter graphicsIn Christian homes, Easter graphicsEaster graphics Easter Sunday takes place with the appearance of cute little rabbitsEaster graphicsEaster graphics, pastel colored baby chicksEaster graphics, colored
 (Easter) eggs,Easter graphicsEaster graphics baskets filled with artificial grassEaster graphics. Many churches  have the children of the congregation and the community participate in Easter Egg Hunts,Easter graphicsEaster graphics Egg Rolling ContestsEaster graphics and Egg Coloring contests or gatherings.The celebration are really not Christian in nature, but are actually the old pagan holidays and rituals of the celebration of the resurrection of one of their gods that they called "Tammuz",Ishtar:   The pagan fertility god
 who is believed to be the only begotten son of their moon-goddess and the sun-god of the Babylonian culture. "Ishtar", pronounced "Esh-tar", was the goddess of fertility in those pagan days and was responsible for the fertility of everything that could reproduce. That  meant crops, livestock, wild animals and humans.

The early Catholic church incorporated those two celebrations of the pagan holidays into the church to entice the pagans to turn to Christianity. The Catholic Church killed two birds with one stone so to speak by incorporating the resurrection of "Tammuz", and the fertility goddess “Ishtar” into their schedule so as to coincide with the Christian celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.Easter graphicsEaster graphics
Easter graphicsEaster graphicsEaster graphicsEaster graphicsRabbits, Baby Chicks, and Easter Eggs: All symbolize fertility in old pagan cultures and have absolutely nothing to do with Christianity.Easter graphicsEaster graphicsEaster graphicsEaster graphics
The Christian Sunrise service: The Sunrise Service that takes place in many Christian churches is a pagan ritual, part of the worship of their “sun god”.

How Is The Date For Easter Selected? The particular Sunday for Christian Easter worship is determined by the first full Moon after March 20, or the Spring Equinox.
The Spring Equinox was a sign to the pagans that crops should be planted, and things began to renew themselves from the colder winter months. Attribute this date selection process to the pagan "moon goddess".

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