Why do we celebrate Easter/Ishtar?


Christians first celebrated Easter on the Jewish holiday of Passover. It wasn’t until the year 325 A.D. when emperor Constantine I, part of the Merovingian-Windsor-Piso bloodline, which connects over 30 presidents by blood, convened the council of Nicaea (Turkey) where dignitaries decided the Easter would be celebrated on the first Sunday after the full moon in Spring.

But this can’t be the real origin of Easter can it?

The name for Easter really is derived from the goddess Ishtar – the Babylonian goddess – who is the goddess of spring and fertility, the mother goddess or the Queen of Heaven, and the moon goddess; making her the representative polar opposite to the masculinity of the Sun.

However, Ishtar is just another depiction, another representation of the trinity and of Queen Semiramis. Semiramis had a son named Tammuz who was not only her son, but also her lover of which she conceived Nimrod – her husband.

This paring is represented in countless divine trinities throughout history, as they were seen in Egypt as Isis, Osiris, and Horus. They were known in Greece as Adonis, Aphrodite, and Ero and in Iceland as Frigga, Odin, and Balder. The most famous of today, to most, is seen in the Christian trinity of the Holy Ghost, the Father, and the Son. Other mother/son/husband combinations include the Phoenician’s Ashteroth (Ishtar?) and Baal.

Marduk, Attis, Molech or the Babylonian Nimrod, Egyptian Horus, Phoenician Baal, and countless of others were worshiped as Sun Gods. They (Nimrod/Semiramis) are responsible for the many false religions scattered throughout the world today.

The tower of Babel, located in Nimrod’s city of Babel, was a towering structure built in defiance, and of rebellion toward God. Evidence shows that the tower was in the shape of a pyramid or Ziggurat. The Sumerian tablets also describe that a Ziggurat overlooked their cities where, at the top, the gods lived. The story of the Tower of Babel from:

 Genesis 11:6 “And the Lord said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do.”

Genesis 11:7 says “Go to, Let us…” (us = other gods?) “…go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one an-other’s speech.”

These passages of God scattering mans languages, so that they may not understand one another, is rightfully what we say when we don’t understand someone, “they’re just babbling” and also where we get the cliché’ idea of baby talk, or “Babel”; and the reference in a tower to heaven is most likely symbolic in the sense that at the top of the compartmentalized pyramid, resides the knowledge of the rest of the structure. So it is with obtaining an entrance into the light, heaven, the realm of the gods, being all knowing. This could be a better explanation than a literal tower.

If we think that we are being drawn into a globally dominated empire for the first time, then we are wrong again. The time of Babylon was the first global empire spanning Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus Valley, and spreading from Troy to modern London, Scotland, and even parts of the Americas.

Genesis 11 says “And the whole Earth was of one language and of one speech.”

This is in relationship to the so called primitive cultures being able to construct timeless monuments in varies regions all over the Earth, all dating to the same time period before after the flood/deluge. Some of these structures (Giza) pre-date the flood(s) and/or cataclysm(s), and relate to Atlantis and Lumeria some 10-15 thousand years ago.

The Babylonians celebrated the day of Easter (Ishtar) as the return of the goddess of spring as the reincarnation of nature and the goddess of nature. The legend goes that each year a huge egg would fall from heaven and land in the area around the Euphrates River. Ishtar would then burst from the egg (symbolizing the yearly re-birth) and if anyone celebrating this occasion could find her egg then she would bestow a special blessing upon that person. This of course relating to modern day egg-hunts.

Pre-Christian European religions celebrated the fertility goddess Eostre from which we get Easter in English, Ostern in Germany, and Ostara in continental Europe. This day, of the goddess Eostre, was celebrated by pre-Christians as the first day of spring because the days got longer than nights, and this represented an awakening of nature.

A Teutonic myth says that the goddess Eostre was traveling through a forest and found a bird dying in the snow from hunger and cold. She turned the bird into a hare because they have warm fur and can find food easier than a bird. Because of this, the bunny survived the winter and when spring came, because the bunny was once a bird, began laying eggs. The rabbit then decorated every egg and left it to Eostre as a sign of gratitude. This refers to the tradition of egg coloring and the idea that the “rabbit left the eggs the night before”.

Other pagan rites connected to this celebration in relationship the Queen of Heaven and nature consisted of freshly cut flowers, hot buns decorated with crosses, and star-shaped cakes. The Pagan priests would wear new clothes and the Vestal Virgins wore new white dresses and bonnets on their heads.

The idea of a sunrise church service was meant to symbolically hasten the yearly arrival of Ishtar’s egg.
Some other discrepancies with the traditional celebration of the holiday, in regards to Good Friday through Easter Sunday, has to do with contradictory bible verses:

(Mark 9:31)
“…The Son of man is delivered into the hands of men, and they shall kill him; and after that he is killed, he shall rise the third day.”
(Matthew 12:40) “…so shall the son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the Earth.”

If the Bible is the exact word of God, then how come so many contradictory, hyped, hypocritical, and plain false statements liter the scripture?

If you ask me, I say its been misinterpreted and mistranslated. Because it is a piece of an infinite puzzle, which very few can even imagine through cognitive thought. But most of all, because it is misused – as a tool of fear mongering to attract blind followers, and make substantial sums of non taxable money. What a miracle it all really is Hugh?

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