Every festival the Christians celebrate has a Pagan root, except Christians don't know the history of their religion and things like, eggs and rabbits at Easter are an enigma to them..
Easter was originally the festival of Ostara, named after the Teutonic Goddess Eostra..She was the Goddess of Spring and fertility... Under Constantine in the 4th century AD, the Christians assimilated this festival and called it the Resurrection.. I will cut a long story short.. The name Easter is derived from the Goddess Oestare, Ostern, Eostra or Eostre, depending upon which literature you read...How's this girls.. The female hormone oestrogen can claim its roots to this Goddess..The fertility aspect of Ostara is symbolised by the egg, which appears as a prominent icon in both Christian and Eastern Orthodox Easters... It is believed that eggs and another symbol of fertility - the rabbit - surrounded the Spring Goddess, Eostra.. The rabbit, popularly known as the Easter Bunny, is another ubiquitous sign of modern Easter.. Let's talk about hot cross buns..... The cross represents the cross that Jesus died on ..... Right Christians ??? Wrong to the power of 2... Hot cross buns were another stolen aspect of Ostara... At the feast of Oestre, an ox was sacrificed.. The ox horns symbolised the feast and were carved into ritual bread . The symmetrical cross has been continued to decorate the buns, that are now commonly called hot cross buns.. So you see it was stolen from the Pagans, Life, Death, Rebirth, it represents to us.. The Christians stole it to represent the Resurrection...
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