13th September 2017

“Easter celebrations were held hundreds of years before Christ was born as festivals of spring honouring Eostre, the great mother goddess of the Saxons. This name was fashioned after the ancient word for spring, Eastre. The goddess Ostara was the Norse equivalent whose symbols were the hare and the egg. From this comes our modern tradition of celebrating Easter with eggs and bunnies.”

Royce Carlson

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