EASTER Was And Will Always Be a Pagan Holiday – A Holiday of The Gentiles

 

Exodus 20

When Moshé came down from Mount Sinai with the Two Tablets; These were the 10 Laws the Hebrews Were to commit to if they wanted to serve The Most High God. Specifically enough, here are the first two:

 

And Yahuawah spake all these words saying,

I AM the Lord they Eloah, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt , out of the house of bondage.

  1. Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
  2. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in the heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth: Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the Lord thy Eloah am a Jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me; And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.

-Exodus chapter 20 verses 1-5

 

The following images represent what the “Educated” and “Atheist” World knows of this holiday. One image is a Half Truth, one image is the Whole Truth.  Both are Not Your Truth.

 

Ishtar is pronounced exactly how it is spelled. She really is the goddess of the Assyrian and Babylonian Empires. She is actually the goddess of love, war, and sex and was used as a symbol of prostitution.

 

This is Ostara or Eostre (in English – pronounced exactly how it’s spelled), An olde- Germanic Goddess.

Ostara by Johannes Gehrts

 

Here’s another Scholar’s commentary on these two images. The bold Italicized sentences are about the first image, and everything else she talks about is the second image. Pay close attention to the highlighted words:

Easter Is Not Named After Ishtar, And Other Truths I Have To Tell You

Actually, according to Jacob Grimm’s Deutsche Mythologie, which he wrote after journeying across Germany and recording its oral mythological traditions, the idea of resurrection was part and parcel of celebrating the goddess Ostara:

OstaraEástre seems therefore to have been the divinity of the radiant dawn, of upspringing light, a spectacle that brings joy and blessing, whose meaning could be easily adapted by the resurrection-day of the christian’s God. Bonfires were lighted at Easter and according to popular belief of long standing, the moment the sun rises on Easter Sunday morning, he gives three joyful leaps, he dances for joy … Water drawn on the Easter morning is, like that at Christmas, holy and healing … here also heathen notions seems to have grafted themselves on great christian festivals. Maidens clothed in white, who at Easter, at the season of returning spring, show themselves in clefts of the rock and on mountains, are suggestive of the ancient goddess.’

Spring is a sort of resurrection after all, with the land coming back to life after lying dead and bare during the winter months. To say that ancient peoples thought otherwise is foolish, naïve and downright uninformed. Many, many pagan celebrations centre around the return of light and the rebirth of the land; these ideas are not new themes in the slightest.

And yes, rabbits and eggs are fertility symbols, and they are, in fact, associated with Eostre.

After Constantine decided to Christianize the Empire, Easter was changed to represent Jesus.

Hey! Guess what language Constantine, the Roman Emperor, spoke? Not English, that’s for sure! In fact, when he was alive, English didn’t even exist yet. He would have spoken Latin or Ancient Greek, so would likely have referred to Easter as Pascha or Πάσχα.

But at its roots Easter (which is pronounced Ishtar) was all about celebrating fertility and sex.

Look. Here’s the thing. Our Western Easter traditions incorporate a lot of elements from a bunch of different religious backgrounds. You can’t really say that it’s just about resurrection, or just about spring, or just about fertility and sex. You can’t pick one thread out of a tapestry and say, “Hey, now this particular strand is what this tapestry’s really about.” It doesn’t work that way; very few things in life do.

The fact is that the Ancient Romans were smart when it came to conquering. In their pagan days, they would absorb gods and goddesses from every religion they encountered into their own pantheon; when the Roman Empire became Christian, the Roman Catholic Church continued to do the same thing, in a manner of speaking.

The Romans KNEW what they had their hands on, and incorporated this knowledge into the Churches. They Knew who the Most High God was, Your God, and when they conquered Your land in 70AD (literally planning to wipe you out for centuries to change  Hebraic Prophesy), and they accomplished it  to some degree (NOT ALL OF US FOR WE ARE AWAKENING) when they got you in  their churches celebrating these other gods and goddesses.  So according to what this Gentile Scholar  says above, it doesn’t even matter which goddess is really the Easter celebrated goddess!  They both were incorporated into the Day and the god “Jesus Christ” inherited these “unholy” perceptions.  So. How does it feel that you are worshiping 3 gods which have Nothing to do with The Most High God? And don’t give me this “but The Most High knows my heart” bull crap. Satan Knows your heart too. And he came to confuse and Destroy you so that you don’t inherit your earthly riches only the New Kingdom can bring.

 

My Final Point is, Easter is a Not a Holiday Children of the Hebrew Israelites should be following. And the fact that I have to tell my people this WHEN THEY KNOW THE FIRST TWO COMMANDMENTS Blows my mind. It is a shame that we are going through this: It is a Shame that the Gentiles & Atheists no more than you, and it is a dagone SHAME that your Hebrew Slave self is still a Slave of the gods of your Enemies, and It is a Even Bigger Shame that my people still transgress the Laws of the Most High God, Yahuawah-AHAYAH.

 

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