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The Origin of Easter's Symbols and Sacred Objects

Thanks to Ann for the link to this informative article! I knew many of these facts but still found some surprises tucked in there like little Easter eggs. 438 more words

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What??!! No Easter Bunny??!! . . . Katie McKinney Fox

In France there is no Easter Bunny.  That’s right, folks. You heard it right here.  Are you impressed with my trivial knowledge?  Well, remember, I AM a French teacher.  615 more words

Educating Alex

The Origin of Easter's Symbols and Sacred Objects

Thanks to Ann for the link to this informative article! I knew many of these facts but still found some surprises tucked in there like little Easter eggs. 438 more words

Easter Renewal

The concept of a universe continually striving to achieve balance and harmony is central to many spiritual pathways and symbol systems.  Some, such as the Taoist and Christian traditions, have primary symbols that envision a dyadic balancing act: light and dark, male and female, good and evil.  1,038 more words

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Symbol

Everybody uses symbols. Religions, businesses, organisations, sports clubs, football teams, television channels, I mean everybody. It seems that we need something to represent everything that we stand for. 363 more words

Life

Inanna And The Underworld, Surrendering To The Blood.

Feeling a little hemmed in where I am at my market today and wondering what this is symbolising for me at the moment. Perhaps it is time to move on from this wonderful warm space where I find part of my family or tribe, I have a sense of belonging and connection and it is this that keeps bringing me here. 314 more words

Symbols of Early Christianity on Ancient Roman and Medieval Coins

Christianity spread originally in the ancient Roman empire. The emperor Constantine I, the Great had the First Council of Nicaea standardize Christianity circa 325 A.D.. Since those times, the symbols of Christianity were well wide-spread on ancient coinage. 68 more words