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Happy Easter!

I used to be Christian (good little Southern Baptist boy, saved and dunked) so I know a thing or two about the Christian Liturgical Year. Christmas gets all the press attention, but the real meat and potatoes of Christianity is not that Yeshua ben Yosef was born, not that he died, but that he rose again on the third day. 238 more words

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Easter- a Christian holiday with Pagan roots?

Another Easter has passed. Filled with bunnies, eggs (both chocolate and decorated hard-boiled) and baskets. As we well know that according to Christian tradition Easter is known as the day of Resurrection for Jesus Christ. 622 more words

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EXPLORING THE PAGAN ROOTS OF EASTER

Join Bill Watson and Wayne Hendrix as they explore the historical origins of the Easter holiday.

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Happy Spring Equinox!

Hope everyone is having a beautiful Ostara/first day of spring!! 💚🌿🌺🌻🌹🌷🌼🌸💐

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Happy Ostara and Spring Equinox!


Happy Ostara and the start of a new Spring!

Happy Spring Everyone! Although here in New York City it doesn’t quite feel like spring yet, but it will soon enough!

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Happy Spring Equinox

Spring Equinox, Ostara, Eostre, Easter, Vernal Equinox

By Tara Sutphen

  • 21st March   Spring Equinox marks the mid-point of the Waxing Year, the nights and days are balanced once again; the time when Kore, (Persephone) was believed to have returned from the Underworld where she had ruled throughout the Winter.
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Pagan Book Study - Part 1

In my quest to learn more and start anew, I’m reading through the book Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-Centered Religions by Joyce & River Higginbotham.  There are several areas in the book that contain exercises and questions for reflection, so I thought since I’m already writing these things out I might as well include my process here on my blog.  719 more words

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