There are a lot of things that Easter is and there are things Easter is not. Easter is a goddess. Easter is a queen. Easter is real yet it is make belief scene. Easter is sanity yet requires a degree of insanity. Easter is recognition of Jesus’ death by name but Easter dishonors Jesus’ death in deeds and fame. Easter is poisonous yet Easter is good for you. These are all factual despite seemingly diverse views. WHAT? How comes? Here goes.

EASTER, ISHTAR or Ashtoreth which means goddess of fertility, has been a part of my life for more than five decades. As a child, my Easter kite was one of my most prized possession. (Lost a few friends and got several spankings because of kite flying). Sigh. Bun and cheese and fish. That was my dish during Easter. Of course, I was carted off to church on “Good” Friday as well as bright and early  morning Easter Sunday.

Was a glorious time though. Easter. “Good” Friday and Easter Monday were public holidays so no school, or as I got older, no work. It was a lot of fun and frolic , if not careful you could eat until you get colic.

I don’t recall our doing any Easter eggs but then again, maybe I was too caught up in kites and bun  and cheese to noticed. What I remembered though was that there were images of an unfortunate man, called Jesus Christ, severely battered and strung up on a cross. Not so sure what he did to deserve such a wretched death. He seemed okay to me. I heard stories he raised people from the dead, healed the sick and also fed multitudes. Not sure why you would kill someone for that.

Well, you could say Jesus was kind of out of order or rude to go into the church and turn over the tables and then whipped the money changers. Maybe it border on destruction of property and physical assault occasioning bodily harm, felonious at worst but still not worthy of death. Also, he was a bit over confident and his claims about being with god when the earth was made was a bit troubling if not arrogant, but still not enough reasons to kill him like that. Mentally disturbed. Maybe. Criminal. Come on.

The man on the cross  had a “crown” of thorns on his head and this was the sad part about Easter, so I thought.  I even use to wonder if this crucified man on the cross was being celebrated or tolerated. I was perplexed why they allow us kids to foster a liking for such savagery and even required us to wear the cross(es) around our necks and had them placed in our homes. Interestingly, theses cross(es) were sold to us too. (Marketing or trickery?)

My family tried to explain to me that this seemingly wretched man was indeed of royalty and was the son of god. (Wow, there and then went my ambitions for royalty). They explained that he came and bore our sins and by his death and blood we were healed and our sins paid for upon his resurrection, three days and three nights after his death. To show our appreciation of this death and resurrection we celebrate good Friday for his Death and Easter Sunday for his resurrection. Needless to say, my mathematically inclined family could not, to this day, determine how we get from Friday evening to Sunday morning to consist of three days and three nights.

Such was Easter until I began working with the Library Service and got exposed to the world of reading and knowledge. Suffice to say, knowledge had me confused at first as I realized that many facts are fiction and many things seen as fiction are facts. Ignorance is not bliss and knowledge is not freedom missed.

Say, have you ever wondered what or who is Easter? When is Easter? Why is Easter? Is Easter real or make belief and just a figment of the imagination?  Here is a possible, albeit, controversial if not heretical take on Easter based on literature and intuition. Read on and draw your own conclusion.



As mentioned, Easter or Ishtar or Ashtoreth means “goddess of fertility”. In a nutshell, Easter is an attempt by our pastoral fore-parents to recognize and celebrate the fact that when Spring comes, nature comes back alive after the long cold dreary dark winter. Fertility reigns and new born life flourish. Animals reproduce and plants and birds strive. Such glorious things need to be encouraged and one way to do this is to have rites and festivals of appreciation.

Our ancestors realized that the Moon, Sun and Venus influenced their agricultural output so these created things became the creator and were worshipped as the source of life. The Winter Solstice was given to the Sun (male) and the Spring Equinox was given to the Moon and Venus (female) . Of course all forms of worship need priests and a power order. Hence the origin of Winter and Spring worship and by extension religion.



As suggested, Ishtar or Easter is the incarnation of nature at  the Spring Equinox into a goddess and is one of the earliest form of documented worship and control.

Yet, the question still abound: Is Easter or Ishtar real or make belief? She is as real and as make belief as how the names of the days of the weeks are real but make belief. In other words, Easter is based on real things but is not real.

Is Sunday or Monday or even Wednesday real? Depends. What is real is that every 24 hr we see a repetition of things and we call it a day. For example, in the Caribbean, the sun appears first in the East almost same time everyday after 24 hours. That is fact and real. However when we give a name to a particular batch of time of 24 hour as Sunday or Monday or Wednesday, that is make belief and imaginary.

In reality, there is a day but no such thing as Sunday or Monday unless we imagined it exist by painfully taking note of each 24 hours and giving it a name. Now a days, we use a calendar to help with the make belief and ensure we keep the counting right.

In short we create a world of make believe where we all agree that a particular 24 hour is designated by a name and every 7 day we call it a week and start all over again. We go froward then back, forward then backward. This imagination is called civilization and progress and result in what we now call mid life crisis. Why not every 8 day  or 10 day or no day is a week?

Similarly, Easter is an imagination or confusing state of mind associated with the full moon. (Recall people are believed to go crazy near full moon). That is what happen at Easter. A bit of shrewdness, schizophrenia and truth encapsulate in stories called Myths and Legends. Myths and Legends are boasty words for lies and fiction.

These stories were created with a shrewd copying and explanation of real things with a special goal of warping and training minds for proselyting and deception. Developed from before the time of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, these myths and legends were used to justify power and claim to leadership. The Easter story is one of the first set of myths and legends developed to honour nature (Moon) and to set up power and control over mankind. It was the first type of religion.


Easter ArtemisEggsEaster started seven  thousands of years before the birth of Christ but was first considered organized religion with the Nimrod and tower of Babel story from a biblical perspective. The yarn was first spun in Mesopotamia. It’s recognition and justification centred on the notion of Myths and Legends which are normally far fetched stories embodying some truth. Of course, different nations had their version of the “truth”.

According to these myths, Inanna, was the first name for the Spring Equinox deity as coined by the ancient Sumerian who called her goddess of love, beauty, sex, desire, fertility, war, combat, justice, and political power. She was also known as the Queen of Heaven. Later on, Inanna was worshipped by the Babylonians and Assyrians under the name Ishtar or Ashtoreth or Easter.   She was associated with the planet Venus which as we know is the brightest “star” apart from the sun and moon.

In Greek Mythology she was called Aphrodite and her husband was Adonis or Dumuzid the Shepherd (later known as Tammuz). Ancient Egypt had her as Isis and her husband Osiris. Her most prominent symbols included the lion, and the eight pointed star.

So far, we have been looking at inanimate things surrounding religion and worship and the idea of Easter or Ishtar. Well, the plot thickened and this is where reality and imagination dove tail or become blurred.


Some literature state that Ishtar actually started out as the infamous Semiramis,  the wife of Nimrod, of biblical fame who was an opponent to the Creator. The idea is that Nimrod started religion with the help of Semiramis. She influenced him to create a mystery religion based on the stars and zodiac. This polytheism (many gods) was to replace the Creator’s monotheism (one god). The place associated with this is Assyria and as such, most early myths began in Mesopotamia. As Assyria lost its world power status, Babylon simply adopt the concept with change of names. Persia, Greece and Rome did the same upon becoming world powers. The conqueror usurp the beliefs of the conquered.

For example Ishtar is akin to Venus (Rome), Aphrodite (Greek), and Isis (Egypt).

It is unclear how Nimrod died as in in the Book of Jasher it is said that Esau, son of Isaac killed him; while Josephus stated that Shem, the son of Noah, killed Nimrod. However, after his death, Nimrod body ascended into the heavens and became the sun god himself. A bit horrifying but here comes the romantic part.

Nimrod, the sun god, became rays of light and implanted his seed into his wife, Semiramis now a widow, and impregnate her.

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Semiramis and Tammuz (Mother and child worship)

The myth further stated that the child  was called Tammuz , son of the sun god. He was responsible for bringing light into the world and to fight darkness.

Can you guess when Tammuz was born? If you said at the Winter Solstice (December 22 – 25) you are correct. For those steeped in religious studies, you will recall that Invictus Sol (the unconquerable sun) was born on the shortest day of the year or the Saturnalia (December 22 -25) and we worship him today every December 25. That is Tammuz. Some customs called him Baal, or Mithra and more recently Jesus Christ, to legitimize its worship. An apple by any other name is still an apple though. Click here to See my blog on December 25 worship

As the myth would have it, Tammuz mother, Semiramis died and the gods looked favorably on her as she was the mother of the son of the sun god. She was sent back to earth as the Spring fertility goddess, Ashtoreth/Easter, always shown as a well endowed bare breasted  queen of fertility. According to the myth, she emerged from a giant egg that landed in the Euphrates river at sunrise on the Sunday after the full moon after the Spring equinox.

(By the way, that is how we set Easter dates. The Sunday after the full moon after March 21. Thus, Easter can be as early as March 22 or as late as April 25).

Semiramis, the queen of heaven, was “born again” as the goddess Easter (Ishtar/Ashtarte/Ashtoreth). To prove her divine authority, Semiramis, now Ashtoreth/Easter, changed a bird into an egg laying rabbit. Hence, decorated eggs and stories about rabbits are still part of today’s Easter ritual.

The Old Testament even referred to her. “The women were engaged in kneading dough and baking cakes of bread for the “Queen of Heaven” ” (Jeremiah 7:18). (Fertility, ability to have children, is important to a woman).

Easter Ishtar


Cakes and buns: Our hot cross buns originated from the cakes which were baked and given as presents to Easter or the Queen of Heaven.

Eating of Ham: Tammuz (son of the sun god) was killed by a pig and in order to bring him back to live, no meat was eaten for 40 days (LENT) but at Easter Sunday, a pig was killed and eaten in revenge.

Fish eating on “Good” Friday: The fish symbol also represents the goddess of fertility and is considered as a woman’s vulva: the creator of life. The eating of fish on Fridays was a sacrament to the goddess also called Dagon.

Virgins sex: As the cult of Ishtar developed, the priests would take and  impregnate young virgins on the altar of the goddess of fertility at sunrise on Easter Sunday.

Blood sacrifice: A year after impregnation, the priests of Easter would sacrifice these three-month old babies on the altar at the front of the sanctuary.

Easter eggs: The priest dyed Easter eggs in the blood of the sacrificed infants as eggs were great examples of the embodiment of fertility and life. (Recall the myth of how Semiramis came back to earth from a giant egg and then turned a bird into an egg laying rabbit).

You must be saying wow. You knew Easter was bloody but it was suppose to be the blood of Jesus, that was shed to save the sins of the world. Not the blood of infants.


Until I was in my late teens, I honestly and fervently believed Easter was in recognition of Jesus’ death and resurrection. I began working with the Library Service and all that changed. In fact, I began to realize that Easter dishonored Jesus’s death. 

The evidence show that the crucifixion of Jesus was only attached to Easter, 300 years after Jesus Christ died, under a political and ecclesiastical marriage of differences, initiated by Emperor Constantine of Rome to keep his subjects under rule. (Council of Nicea). In short, Easter predated Jesus by thousands of years so this negate the idea that Easter was being celebrated as the recognition of Jesus’s death and resurrection.

Interestingly, it should be noted that the new testament even mentioned Easter by name and being around at the time of Christ and the Peter, the disciple.

Acts 12: 4 state that And when he (Herod) had apprehended him, he put him in prison, and delivered him to four quaternions of soldiers to keep him; intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people. (The Romans were already worhsipping Easter before Jesus was attached 300 years after).

Easter, is also mentioned in the Old Testament, in the time of the prophets such as Isaiah and Ezekiel, thousands of years before Jesus Christ was born. Ashtoreth/Easter is mentioned in the old testament and in every instance that it is mentioned, Jehovah, the god of the Hebrews/Isrealite is pretty much annoyed, and in vengeance mode. In short, Easter dishonoured the Creator and Jesus, his son.

Here are a few examples of Easter or the Queen of Heaven in the Old Testament in abominable associations. Proof that Easter was worshipped long before Christ born.

bibleEzek 8:14 Then he brought me to the door of the gate of the LORD’S house which was toward the north; and, behold, there sat women weeping for Tammuz. (Lent) 

2 Kings 23:13 And the high places that were before Jerusalem, which were on the right hand of the mount of corruption, which Solomon the king of Israel had builded for  Ashtoreth   the abomination of the Zidonians, and for Chemosh the abomination of the Moabites, and for Milcom the abomination of the children of Ammon, did the king defile.

1 Kings 11:5-6. He followed Ashtoreth the goddess of the Sidonians, and Molech the detestable god of the Ammonites.  So Solomon did evil in the eyes of Yahweh; he did not follow Yahweh completely, as David his father had done.

1 Kings 11:33. I will do this (split the nation) because they have forsaken me and worshiped Ashtoreth the goddess of the Sidonians…., , and have not walked in my ways, nor done what is right in my eyes, nor kept my statutes and laws as David, Solomon’s father did.

So the people of Israel removed the Baals and images of Ashtoreth. They served only Yahuwah.  (1 Samuel 7:3,4)

The women were engaged in kneading dough and baking cakes of bread for the “Queen of Heaven” (Jeremiah 7:18).

Jeremiah 44: 15-18 sated that the people actually believed that because they stopped worshipping Easter or the Queen of Heaven they were suffering. Jeremiah think contrary. It was the worshipping of Easter that caused the calamity.

JEREMIAH+44_15-18.Jeremiah 44: 23 Jeremiah replied, It is because you made offerings and because you sinned against the Lord and did not obey the voice of the Lord or walk in his law and in his statutes and in his testimonies that this disaster has happened to you, as at this day.”

Again, from the information in the Old testament, common sense, though uncommon, would dictate that if Easter was being worshipped before Jesus was born then Easter is not the recognition of Jesus’s death? Most importantly, it must be noted that the Creator punished peoples who worshipped Easter with the intention to get powerful. These countries flourished for awhile but suffer, eventually. Assyria, Egypt, Jerusalem, Babylon, Persia, Greece, and Italy.


The logic of Easter as Jesus’s death and resurrection is erroneous. Recognizing “Good” Friday as Jesus’s death day and Easter Sunday as his day of resurrection needs a high level of make belief if not schizophrenic tendencies. If we were to believe the scriptures and Jesus Christ, then Jesus Christ must be dead for three days and three nights. “For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale’s belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.” (Matthew 12:38-40).

By mathematics, Friday Night to Sunday morning was not, cannot and will not be three days and three nights. It is two nights and one day.

The big question then is: WHICH DAY DID CHRIST DIED?

Christ was actually killed or preferably, crucified at midday on a Wednesday and died by 3 pm that same Wednesday afternoon, the day before the High Sabbath that occurred on Thursday that year when Christ died.

If Jesus died at 3 pm, the day before the Sabbath, yet the day after this Sabbath, the bible said, the women went to get spices and prepared them and then went home and prepared for another upcoming Sabbath. It is obvious that we have two Sabbaths happening in one week and days apart instead of a week apart.

The Passover or High Sabbath was not the regular weekly Saturday Sabbath. 

Indeed, many of us do not know that the Jews had annual Sabbaths. As a matter of fact, two extra annual Sabbaths called High Sabbaths  are observed every year starting at Nissan 14 (March or April) in remembrance of the Exodus of the Israelite from the Egyptians under Moses’s leadership. As a result, there are two Sabbaths every year in a week in March/April.

The High Sabbaths don’t have to be on a Saturday as they are dates not days and can be any day of the week. They are celebrated to recognize the Passover and Israel’s miraculous exodus from Pharaoh’s Egypt.

Recall the Exodus story and the Passover? How Moses had a hard time convincing Pharaoh to let the Israelite go. Jehovah had to kill all first born in Egypt except those whose doors were marked with a Red Cross . Before, the slaughter, the Hebrews who had killed  animals for the last meal in Egypt, use the blood to smear the posts of their houses and the Lord passed over them and none was killed. Exodus 11:4-5. 

Ash Wednesday Passover

Hence the creation of the Passover and the two High Sabbaths which were required to be commemorated annually by the Israelite. Leviticus 23: 5 – 8.

As mentioned, these two holy convocation or High Sabbath sometimes fall in the same week of Easter and sometimes they do not. The year when Christ was killed, the week of Passover and the Feast of the Unleavened Bread (High Sabbath) fell on a Wednesday/Thursday with the next day, Friday evening being the start of the Saturday, normal Sabbath.

SabbathSummarily, the bible mentioned two Sabbaths during the week of Christ’s death. The annual High Sabbath which occurred the Wednesday evening Christ was killed and the weekly Saturday Sabbath, the evening he rose.

Still a bit fuzzy? Let’s use the Gospels as our guide to get a clear idea of the timeline for Christ’s death. By the way, remember that in Christ’s time, a day began at sun set or in the evening. Not at midnight as we now do in the West. So Saturday actually begins Friday evening and ends Saturday evening with Sunday beginning Saturday evening and finishing Sunday evening. Hope that helped.


DAY/TIME EVENTS Days/night of death
“Palm”  Sunday
  • Christ rode into Jerusalem town
  • Went into the temple and whipped the money exchangers and turn over their tables. Felony?
  • Called the temple a “den of robbers and thieves”. (Slander?)
  • He healed some sick people and then spent the night in Bethany.  Matthew 21:1-16
  • Spent his time preaching in the temple
  • Spoke parables such as the wicked tenants,
  • Discussed his views on the right to pay taxes
  • Declared that the greatest commandment is that we should love the Lord thy god with all our heart, soul and mind.
  • Curse out the Pharisees.
  • Upon leaving the temple he told the parable of the 10 virgins.
  • Judas went to the authorities. Matthew 21:23-27
  • No teaching
  • Back to Jerusalem Matthew 26:17-19
  • Passover meal in the evening, at about 6 pm in Jerusalem.
  • Exposed Judas.
  • After the meal they went to the garden of Gethsemane
  • arrested and brought before the Jews later in the night. Matthew 26:47-56
  • Tried and whipped early morning, 9 am Matthew 27:2-50
  • Crucified at midday
  • Dead at 3 pm
  • removed from the cross, wrapped in linen and placed in a tomb before 6 pm.
  • No time to prepare his body for burial as they had to prepare for the Annual Sabbath in a few hours.
  • Annual High Sabbath (Feast of unleavened bread) begins at 6 pm.
  • Thursday starts at 6 pm
First night (6 pm – 6 am)
  • Christ is already dead. Luke 23:43-46
  • Annual High Sabbath (Feast of unleavened bread) continued.
  • High Sabbath ends 6 pm
  • Friday begins (so call Good Friday)
First day (6 am to 6 pm)

Second night (6 pm – 6 am)

“Good” Friday
  • Christ is already dead
  • After the end of the High sabbath Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James, and Salome, bought spices, that they might come and anoint the dead. Mark 16:1
  • Spices were prepared in the day on Friday but they had to stop for the Saturday Sabbath was approaching. They intended to come back first thing Sunday morning to anoint the body.
  • The women rested on the Saturday Sabbath day (starting from 6 pm Friday evening). Luke 23:55 – 24:1
Second day (6 am to 6 pm)Third night (6 pm – 6 am)
  • Christ is already dead in the morning
  • Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James continue resting during the Saturday Sabbath until it ended on  Saturday evening at 6 pm)
  • Christ risen around 6 pm, Saturday evening.
Third day (6 am to 6 pm)
  • Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James visit Jesus tomb on the Sunday, first day of the week. 6 am. Matthew 28:1-10
  • Christ already risen from Saturday (6 pm)

If the gospels are right that Christ fulfilled the prophecy and was dead for three days and three nights, it questions the premise on which Easter is currently associated with Christ’s death on a Friday afternoon.



Easter, goddess of fertility and queen of heaven, is one of the great deities of all times. It is a pastoral recognition of the Spring Equinox, and although a figment of the imagination, her incarnation is glorified in myths and legends and rites and rituals.

Whether real or imagined, she has influenced our lives in many ways. As a pastoral pagan entity, her followers have done some ignoble things that would make it despicable to associate Easter

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with righteousness or with followers of Christ.

Spring Equinox worship, Venus planet deification, hot cross buns, bunny rabbits, eggs painting,  and human sacrifices are not really noble and Christlike traits despite the association of Christ’s name to Easter.

Of course, stars and full moon worship at the spring equinox make for great fireside tales but borders on schizophrenia masked with arrogance and power battles when used to influence our lives. This is utter darkness compared with the bright light of righteousness.

In fact, any attempt to turn darkness into light by giving the rituals and practices of Easter acceptability by simply designating the activities as those for Christ, can be dubious if not deceptive. With the fact that Easter precedes Jesus, attempts to continue this make belief that Easter is in recognition of Jesus is fruitless.

Easter or Ishtar is great by herself, and if people

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want to break the first of the ten commandments and worship her, it is okay. We have choices and if we choose to follow a multitude to do wrong: so be it.

The only noble thing is to let Easter and Jesus remain in separate camps so we can clearly without blinkers, see the things that are Caesar’s and the things that are Jesus Christ’s. That is the only way we can render to God the things that are God’s. Yeah. A clear understanding that Easter is now Christianity and that the real reason for the season is a battle between dark and light: Christianity/Easter the dark  vs Jesus Christ teachings, the light.

This year, 2018, Easter falls comfortably and fittingly on April 1 which is very suggestive if not profound. April 1 is All Fool’s Day but try not to be fooled.


  1. Interesting read. Just a few questions.
    1. Are you saying the bible is false
    2. Jesus did not die on the cross for the sun of mankind he created
    Just one simple if not simplistic view is you either believe the bible is the inherent and inspired word of God or not.
    If yes you believe then your blog is false.
    If you believe no then you are absolutely correct in your musings.
    You made some points that is true. We created a day as close as possible to the calendar used at the time of Jesus to celebrate his death and resurrection. Has this lost the meaning to the greater human population? The answer is yes. However to the vast Judeo-Christian community Jesus was born lived and was crucified. It is Fact we can debate till death at which time the true answer from the only person qualified to give one will say. At that time the debate will cease and we will have the answer based on our Faith and beliefs.


    • The blog does not question the correctness of the bible. On the contrary, it is saying the Bible is true and if we believe in the Bible we cannot accept good Friday as Christ death since the bible explicitly said the messiah must be dead for three days and three nights. So the appropriate question is ” Do you believe in the bible”? If so, where in it does it say 2 days and 1 night for the resurrection.. And where in the Bible is Easter mentioned as good.. Every mention in the Bible of Easter suggest Easter is an Abomination to Jehovah God. That is a fact and I read it in the bible.
      All 4 gospels tell us Christ died on the Cross but not one said on a Friday.


  2. I find this article very interesting, with some very provocative ideas. I’d be interested in knowing what the sources are for some of your information, specifically the references to Nimrod as the opponent of the Creator and the details you give in the section “THE RITUALS AND FESTIVITIES OF EASTER.” I’d seriously like to read more and become more educated about these origins and how they’ve been used to deceive.


    • Good evening Tom, must say I am sorry for the late response. I have not been blogging for awhile. Thanks for your comments and questions.
      Genesis 10:8-10 is the main biblical source about Nimrod opposing the lord.
      Cush fathered Nimrod; he was the first on earth to be a mighty man. He was a mighty hunter before the LORD. Therefore it is said, “Like Nimrod a mighty hunter before the LORD.” The beginning of his kingdom was Babel, Erech, Accad, and Calneh, in the land of Shinar.
      Josephus has good documentary on the Nimrod in opposition to God it too. Check this link. https://www.gotquestions.org/Nimrod-in-the-Bible.html
      In regards to the rituals at Christmas the Bible has mentioned a few . http://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/wordoflife.mn.audio/StudyGuide/The%20Easter%20Deception.pdf.
      It can be great to have a curious mind and not to lean on one’s own understanding. Happy reading.


  3. Many thanks. It is frightening when the blinkers fall off and the huge extent of the deception of the world’s populace begins to come into focus.
    This is a very real continuation of the battle that started in Genesis 3, and probably before that, heated up in Genesis 6 and has been fought with increasing vigour ever since.
    There is a minute by minute desperate battle taking place and most are blind to it. The physical manifestations include the deception that you have pointed out rather well and things like ultra feminism, abortion, the attack by the media on the family, LGBT rights, the drug war etc etc…. Satan, having been promised that the seed of Adam was going to crush his head, has been trying to pollute and kill off that seed-line, ever since. And he is not about to stop anytime soon.


  4. I am living/experiencing hand in hand- word for word modern experiences/life as perfectly relatable to the history of these facts concerning easter (today) my marriage, family, deception, paganism, christianity, ashtoreth, all the key subjects are happening in my life as we “speak” and it only reassures my faith and strengthens my journey to heaven (;


  5. Hey, I’m sorry I have a few question about Easter… not about the Christian faith but i wanna know the reality of it and why we do what we we do..yes I understand about Jesus resurrection and that’s why we believe Easter, yadada(bullshit) I but wanna know the truth. I can’t find much using Google but ill us other sites not governed to see what they say………


    • Good day and thanks for the query. If you live in the tropics, near the equator, where there is sunshine for all 12 months of the year, you might not fully appreciate the effect of the seasons on people’s life. However people who live far from the equator will feel and see the effect of seasons on life (cold and snow). With this in mind, the main reason for the worship of Easter after the the Spring Equinox is the fact that in many countries plants and animals tend to start to grow and life become renewed after the cold harsh winter. Imagine you depending on agriculture and plants to feed you and your family and during autumn and winter the temperature and weather (snow) stop you from growing plants. It could be terrifying. So primitive men were grateful for the coming of spring so they began worshipping the moon and stars which they believe were the reason for the renewal of life. Ishtar, Easter and Eostre mean goddess of fertility. So in a nutshell, Easter is a ritual associated with Mesopotamia, thousands of years before Christ was born or killed. It deify nature rather than the creator of nature.


  6. I just found your blog. I am a former catholic. I had been brainwashed and indoctrinated growing up in that Babylonian religious system When God called me out of it, I started searching all they taught me. After I learned about many of their false doctrines I use to practice, and thinking they were biblical, I started on a journey to uncover all the pagan and false practices I had learned. My main source was the Bible of course.
    But I also searched ancient history.

    But, before the internet started to become more main stream in the 90’s, I used mostly the bible as my reference. And after I found everything the RCC was teaching me was false, solely based on the bible, I started questioning EVERYTHING I was being taught or told or observed as a christian. And I could not find where Jesus commanded us to observe Easter and x-mas.Neither did I find Paul or any apostle write about it.

    So, it was about this time I started to withdraw from observing these days, even though where I went to church, all the other people would celebrate it.

    Then, in the middle of the 90’s, when I got on the internet, I searched these things out. It took some years though for the information to make it’s way thru the world wide web.

    But now, anyone can search it out and see exactly what you posted. During this time, I would always ask God, “Why doesn’t more of your people see the pagan origins of these days? Am I the only one?”

    it took a lot of searching, but I am starting to see a few more christians being delivered from these pagan days. It bothers me when I hear pastors and teachers, evangelist and prophets declare “Merry X-mas” and behind them is the symbol of the sun-god Baal (Nimrod/Tammuz) the X-mas tree. I have heard many even defend the X-mas tree.

    There are some false prophets who say that there is a X-mas town in heaven that Jesus visits often and that God loves x-mas. Check them out, I would love to hear your response to this. (Kat Kerr & Kim Johnson)
    Many are following them and being deceived
    I will have to read your blog on x-mas, as I just read your one here on easter (Ishtar).

    I did ask God about why are there so few Christians that actually see that these days are not of Him. But also New Years day, Halloween, valentines day (Venus and cupid) mothers day. And I believe He spoke to my spirit, “I reserved to Myself those who have not bowed the knee to Baal”.

    Many Christians can’t explain the Good Friday to Sunday theory, but when you say Jesus said “3 days and 3 nights”, they say something like, “Well, the days are different for the Jews”, or “I am just honoring Jesus, the days don’t matter”………..they have made the word of God to observe their tradition.

    One last thing I would like to comment on is the passage in Acts when Herod wanted to kill Peter, but he wanted to wait till after easter to do it. Now the actual greek here is the word for Passover, and all the times this word was used 29 times, and every time is Passover. This was NOT the word for Herods “Easter”

    If you read the 2nd and 3rd verse, it says that Herod killed James and he seen that it “Pleased” the Jews.
    Herod wanted to stay on the “good side” of the Jewish leadership. because he didn’t want an insurrection or trouble. And even though he didn’t personally care about the Passover, if he would of killed Peter before the Passover, he feared there might be on uproar or an insurrection. Don’t forget, this is the same Herod who sent for Jesus because he want to talk to him(probably kill Him, because he heard that people were calling Jesus “The KING of the Jews”. And Herod knew that the Jewish leaders had Jesus killed. So Herod was really waiting till after the ” Jewish Passover”, so as not to offend the Jews.

    So, why is the word “Passover” in this passage written as Easter, and the other 28 times, its Passover?”

    The reason is that in England, and most of Europe, there was a lot of anti-antisemitism going on. The Jewish people were a hated group. And this was prevalent thru out England. King James, who made the decree to translate the Bible, and the translators, were very anti-Jewish. England was very Catholic also.

    So, when it came to this day, “Passover”, they replaced it with the Catholic version called Easter.


    • Good evening DJ, and thanks for the comments/observations.
      It is important to note that regrettably, Psalm 14:2-3 KJV: The LORD looked down from heaven upon the children of men, To see if there were any that did understand, And seek God. They are all gone aside, they are all together become filthy: There is none that doeth good, no, not one.”.
      You see, only a very few will see it fit to be on the side of the righteous, as the peoples of the world are becoming vain and heartless and go after the way of the world…but we should not follow a multitude to do wrong.

      1 Kings 11:5-6. He followed Ashtoreth (Ishtar, Eosteres, Easter) the goddess of the Sidonians, and Molech the detestable god of the Ammonites. So Solomon did evil in the eyes of Yahweh; he did not follow Yahweh completely, as David his father had done.

      Also, in regards to Easter and the Passover, Easter worship is the recognition and deification of beginning of Spring (March 21). It was being worshipped as astrology, astronomy and paganism long before the Israelites went into Egypt. Passover began when the Israelites left Egypt with Moses and is held on the same date every year, in recognition of leaving Egypt and bondage.
      The reality is that the Passover is kept the same time every year, Nisan 14, (equivalent to March/April on our Gregorian calendar) while Easter is kept anywhere between March 22 or as late as April 25, because it depends on when the moon is full after beginning of Spring or the Spring Equinox. (March 21).
      What happen is that at times the Passover and Easter fall within the same week. Hence the confusion. So because the old testament was written for the Hebrews/Israelites the Passover was mentioned many times in the Old Testament as a “good time” to remember the Israelites freedom from slavery. The few times Ishtar or Ashtoreth is mentioned it is to do with evil. The Easter mentioned in the new testament is not the Passover but the pagan Ishtar or Ashtoreth , ungody.


  7. Thank you for your blong very comprehensive. we haven’t been observing/celebrating easter nor xmas for roughly 2 decades now.

    Im trying reconcile the 3day-3night approach your attempt is interesting, my concern why did so many very credible apologists and bible teachers not care to pick this up – one reason for this is they resign themselves to synecdoche rationale/figure of speech where the whole represents the part and the part represents the whole. however i liked your approach still why didn’t anyone else bother?
    i ran with your approach and in my observation i ran into 1Cor15:4 “…that he was raised on the 3rd day” I’ve read that in the KJV as well to see if maybe thye have it differently – i would have expected Paul getting this revelation from the Lord Yeshua to state that He was raised after the 3rd day or the 4th day or am i missing something… looking forward to your reply.


    • Good morning RV and give thanks for the feedback and comment.
      Some of the reasons for the confusion and or misrepresentation about the 3 day 3 night relevance is that 1) if something does not fit the truth ignore it; 2) blind leading the blind; 3) a deliberate surreptitious attempt at fabricating a lie as a truth; 4) who cares as long as the passion and emotions are peaked (in many case to get more patrons and proselytes.
      Of course ignorance is not bliss. Most people do not know that there are more than one sabbaths. In fact there are 7 Sabbaths. Many people only know of the weekly Saturday sabbath. The annual High Day Sabbath is rarely mentioned or observed. But as John 19:14, 19:31, 19:42 stated Jesus was killed the day before the High Day which fell on the Thursday of that year. In short there were two sabbaths in that week. The High Day Sabbath (Thursday) and the Weekly Sabbath Saturday. So there were two days of preparation. The Wednesday and the Friday.
      Also, Matthew 12:40 has Jesus saying, “For just as Jonah was in the belly of the sea monster for three days and three nights, the Son of Man will also be in the heart of the earth for three days and three nights too,” .

      Also John 2 18 – 22: On account of this, the Jews demanded, “What sign can You show us to prove Your authority to do these things?” 19Jesus answered, “Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up again.” 20“This temple took forty-six years to build,” the Jews replied, “and You are going to raise it up in three days?” 21But Jesus was speaking about the temple of His body. 22After He was raised from the dead, His disciples remembered that He had said this. Then they believed the Scripture and the word that Jesus had spoken.…
      It is clear that if Jesus is not dead for three days and three nights he cannot be the Messiah.
      Hope you find this reply useful.
      By the way, I did a Blong last night titled: The Easter Poem. It is a poetic expression and hope you find it informative as well.


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