I had considered sitting here writing a piece on the crucifixion. Then I decided to hold off to wait for something to say. Not sure how to put this.
Easter is an annual celebration observed throughout the Christian world. However, there are absolutely no verses in the Bible that authorize or endorse the keeping of this tradition and has absolutely nothing to do with the Resurrection /Passover of Yashua Ha Machiach.
The Bible does not mention anything about Easter eggs, Easter baskets, or Easter bunnies.
The name Easter actually comes from Ishtar / Easter who was worshiped as the moon goddess, the goddess of spring and fertility, and the Queen of Heaven. She is known by so many other names in other countries and cultures that she is often referred to as the goddess of one thousand names.
Inanna is the Sumerian name of Ishtar, and definitely the most important one. Inanna was the granddaughter of Enlil, who in turn was Anu’s son. Anu was the highest ranking Anunnaki and his name translated “Great Sky Father”. Anu was revered as ‘god of the Heavens’ and he was the central figure of mankind’s first religion. According to the Sumerian tablets, he only visited Earth twice.
The Babylonians celebrated the day of Ishtar / Easter as the return of the goddess of Spring – the re-birth or reincarnation of Nature and the goddess of Nature. Babylonian legend says that each year a huge egg would fall from heaven and would land in the area around the Euphrates River.
The Pope’s ceremonial clothes copy those worn by the ancient priests of Dagon, and not by coincidence. According to the Sumerian tablets, when the Anunnaki god Enki first arrived on Earth, he landed his space ship on water. He later emerged from water wearing his ‘scaly fish-suit’. Thousands of years later, the ceremony of the fish god was still celebrated in Akkadia, Assyria and Babylon, by the priests Dagon.
In her yearly re-birth, Ishtar would break out of this egg and if any of those celebrating this occasion happened to find her egg, Ishtar would bestow a special blessing on that person.
Other pagan rites that were connected with this celebration and which are part of our modern Easter tradition are Easter offerings to the Queen of Heaven (consisting of freshly cut flowers, hot buns decorated with crosses, and star-shaped cakes); new clothes to celebrate this festival (The pagan priests wore new clothes or robes and the Vestal Virgins wore new white dresses or robes and bonnets on their heads.); and sunrise services (to symbolically hasten the yearly arrival of Ishtar’s egg from heaven – the re-incarnation of the spring goddess).
The Satanic Ritual of Sacrificing Children
Every year, the priests of Ishtar would impregnate young virgins on an altar dedicated to herself and her husband*. The children were born on Christmas (!!!), and the next year they were sacrificed in the Easter’s Sunday at the sunrise service. The priests would take Ishtar’s eggs and dye them in the blood of the sacrificed children.
*Inanna’s husband was none other that the infamous god Moloch or Melekh, to whom children were – and still are – sacrificed in Satanic rituals. Satanism is the religious worship of the Anunnaki, and the human and animal sacrifices were/are part of the rituals.
Most people accept traditions as fact because they have been part of our culture for so long. Unfortunately, most of these traditions are dark and gory Satanic rituals.
If you have read this far. take note. I believe in the birth of the Son of God, Son of Man. I believe He ministered 3.5 years and was crucified for the reason to end yearly sacrifice as a “one time for all” sacrifice of Himself to bring about the evolution of the fulfillment of the Law into the Age of Grace. As I have grown old I’ve found there is so much more to speak about the weight of this event we have been celebrating. The old Adam having been condemned to die without hope cried out for God to fulfill His words to not come back void. This crucifixion brought about the Last Adam to culminate the OT law and usher in a new age that allowed mankind a way to bring restitution of a lost relationship. It is very important to me to understand this event. You, too, must understand eternal life is a benefit. Not an end to the evolution of who we are. We have purpose in Him and His death, burial and ressurection. It has brought us under voluntary conscription on our part to become a part of the heavenly Kingdom. We are a part of the Army of God. Our oath to Him is our confession of faith which has no end date. He gave us that privilege.