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Spiritual Mysteries of the Vernal Equinox

Aligning With Truth

The Ancient Mysteries call forth a return to Nature’s rhythms on an intuitive level.  Spirit and Nature in Harmony!  The earth seasons are designed to promote specific evolutionary needs.  The autumn is the seed planting time; the winter is the gestation of the seed and the taking root.  The spring is the bursting forth of those new seeds to release new aspiring life to be harvested in the summer.  These are always reflected in the hidden mysteries of Nature.

The spring equinox opens the veil between the physical and the spiritual so that a resurrection in our lives can be inaugurated.   The keynote of this season is creation.  It is the drive to move our lives upward, like a seed pushing forth out of the earth into the air.  The spring is the time when the creative powers we have been nurturing through the winter can be expressed to initiate…

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  1. Easter is inherently pagan. This is hard for many Christians to swallow. But, believe me, it is true. In fact, the name “Easter” comes from the Anglo-Saxon goddess Easter. She was a sex and fertility goddess. She was also goddess of the dawn. Note that the word “Easter” shares the same root as “east” and “eastern,” the place of the rising sun. Her sacred animal was the rabbit or the hare and “easter eggs” were given in her honor. In fact, some scholars believe that the giving of eggs at the vernal equinox (i.e. Easter) may go back as far as 20,000 years ago to ancient Mesopotamia. According to Jewish accounts, Abraham was from Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq). He may have indeed witnessed such pagan customs himself. Do you think he engaged in such practices?
    Mark

    March 21, 2012 at 7:53 am

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