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Happy Ostara!

Though some people think that Christianity is against astrology and “pagan” goddess rites, they have honored them since Christianity began, knowingly or unknowingly, by celebrating many of their main events on days sacred to The Goddess and based on astrological calculations.

A main example is Easter. Easter is celebrated on the Sunday following the full moon that follows or falls on the Spring Equinox. Formerly known as Eoster or Ostara, the name of the Goddess of The Dawn and where we get the word “east” from, the direction from which the sun rises, is a symbol

of resurrection if ever there was one. Bringing in the end of winter, with the days brighter and growing longer after the vernal equinox, Ostara had a passion for new life. The rabbit was her sacred animal.

This is Amy Zerner’s tapestry of The Goddess of the Dawn. To embrace the light, we like to celebrate and honor our fellow Lightworkers - healers and creatives who desire to spread Love and Light and who desire to help others.

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