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Idolatry Easter Spring Festival/Dr Pat Holliday/Dr Sabrina Session/Marshal Perot

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Easter Spring Festival

Where did Easter observance come? Did early Christian dye Easter eggs?  Did Apostles ever conduct an Easter sunrise service?  The word Easter appears once in the King James Version: "...intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people “Acts 12:4". The word translated "Easter" here is Pascha is a Greek word for Passover and has no connection with the English "Easter." Easter is not originally a Christian expression. Easter comes from a name of a pagan goddess, the goddess of the rising light of day and spring. Modern form of: goddesses-Oostre, Astarte, Ishtar, according to Hislop, being pronounced as we pronounce “Easter” today Hishop.[i]

Easter eggs are colored, hid, hunted, and eaten, fun and frolic for children. Custom did not originate with Christianity. Babylonian considered egg a sacred symbol Old fable of an egg of wondrous size which fell from heaven into the Euphrates River From this marvelous egg, according to the ancient myth, the goddess Astarte (Easter) was hatched. The egg came to symbolize the goddess Easter. [ii]

 Ancient Druids (Satanic Priest) bore an egg as the sacred emblem of their idolatrous Among the Egyptians; the egg was associated with sun. The gold egg their dyed eggs were used as sacred offering at the Easter season.

 

[i].          The Two Babylons, p. 102.

[ii].         Ibid

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