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The Hidden Truth About Easter. by ArisingStorm: 11:21pm On Apr 11, 2020
Easter, which is derived from the name Ishtar, is actually closely related to the Tammuz tree, which the Christians call a “Christmas Tree,” these days. And the practice of Christians participating in sunrise services originates with an early morning worship service in which the penitents face East at the dawn — which is exactly what was seen during Ezekiel’s time when the women wept for Ishtar’s son, Tammuz.

Christianity routinely defends the sunrise Easter service, maybe not realizing they are honoring the ancient Pagan Holy Day of Ishtar that predated Christianity by many centuries. In fact, the New Covenant clearly shows the Apostles honored Passover, while king Herod honored the Easter celebration. (Acts 12:2)

Easter has its origins in the world of the occult, And important parts of these Pagan celebrations included gifts, the rabbit, and colored eggs — all of which represented fertility.

Easter is steeped in the Mysteries of ancient Babylon — which is an evil and idolatrous system invented by and promoted by Satan. Ishtar is the name of the Babylonian goddess for whom Easter is named, with Ishtar being another name for Semiramis — the wife of Nimrod. Semiramis and Nimrod are the ones who instituted the building of the tower of Babel, and are the co-founders of all the counterfeit religions that have ever existed after the flood. This may be why the following is said about the Great LovePeddler (Vatican has taken over the reigns as “BABEL THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF THE OF THE ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH) “

Revelations 17:”…the great LovePeddler (Spiritual Idolatry) sitting on many waters, with whom the sovereigns of the earth committed whoring and the inhabitants of the earth were made drunk with the wine of her whoring…And the woman was dressed in purple and scarlet and adorned with gold and precious stones and pearls, holding in her hand a golden cup filled with abominations and the filthiness of her whoring…”

Yirmeyahu (Jeremiah) 7:16 “And you, do not pray for this people, nor lift up a cry or prayer for them, nor make intercession to Me, for I do not hear you. Do you not see what they are doing in the cities of Yahudah and in the streets of Yerushalayim? The children are gathering wood, the fathers are lighting the fire and the women are kneading their dough, to make cakes for the sovereigness of the heavens and to pour out drink offerings to other mighty ones, to provoke Me.”

The Easiest way to avoid lies, "If it's not in the Bible, don't do it, no matter what they say, no matter how many people are doing it, no matter how many people have done it, no matter what any man says". Don't do it!


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Re: The Hidden Truth About Easter. by DaddyGngeess(m): 11:22pm On Apr 11, 2020
I will read later
Re: The Hidden Truth About Easter. by Friendlyjoe: 11:54pm On Apr 11, 2020
Re: The Hidden Truth About Easter. by CAPSLOCKED: 12:19am On Apr 12, 2020
Re: The Hidden Truth About Easter. by OtemAtum: 12:30am On Apr 12, 2020
Eostre, aka Ishtar. She's well documented in the BOOK OF UNIVERSAL HISTORY.


1. In the land where Odin was the god of it, a beautiful goddess named Eostre was there. She was a nephilia whose father was also a nephilim called Eresdis. Now Eostre was very beautiful and generous, and according to the belief of the people, her nature was upon her because she was born in the period of Aries.
2. Now Eostre loved eggs so much, for she would go east, west, south and north to collect them. And whenever it was her birthday, she would share the eggs among many people in her land and beyond.
3. Now Eostre kept birds and fowls and hares and rabbits in her garden. And whenever it was her birthday, she would share them to her guest. Now the fame of Eostre began to spread all about, for she was also good in the act of making garments. And Eostre made garments for many, without demanding anything in return.
4. Now many widows began to worship Eostre because she was good. And many widows came to Deutsch from Grecon and Roma and Salem, for they had come to learn at her feet.
5. Now Eostre said, I have shown much kindness to you, for I am a widow myself, because I have no husband. Now also, whenever you return to your lands, do only those things which are good.
6. Celebrate my birthday also in your lands and do good things in them. Share eggs among yourselves for that is the symbol of fertility. Make peace with whoever has offended you. Argue not in my days, but be happy and keep it alive.
7. Show love to friends because they are friendly and to enemies because they keep you balanced with their hatred. For if you show love to friends alone, the balances shall not be balanced.
8. As death balance life, so also do enemies balance friends. For if no death exist on earth, there shall be no space anymore for they who live on it. And if all are friends, the adventure of the world would be meaningless.
9. Or have you seen in the fables of the scribes where everybody is good and nobody is bad? Such fables would be cast away by those who bought it. For no one prefer a fable where everybody is a hero and nobody is the villain.
10. Now I do not advise you to be a villain. I only said this to bring you to the reality of life.
11. Now the good deeds of Eostre was so much that many began to make temples in her name to worship her. And many who dreamt bad dreams came to her and she gave them solutions to their bad dreams.
12. And Eostre said, life is a story which your memory captures. Go to the scribes and demand of them to write good stories for you. Now before you sleep, read the stories to yourself and sleep. Your dreams shall no more be fearful, for your mind shall give you a dream of that which you thought about before you sleep.
13. An old female homo came to Eostre and demanded, saying, how can I take off all the wrinkles off my face? Then Eostre said, smile in the morning, at noon and at night.
14. Check again, for your wrinkles shall no more be there.
15. Now the old woman did what Eostre had asked her to do daily. Now after about a year did Eostre visit her and said, Erastiscle, why does your wrinkle remain on your face? Did you not smile as I asked you to do every day?
16. Then the old female homo said, I stopped to worry about them since the day you told me to always smile. Now all I care for are my dimples, for I did not remember anymore that my wrinkles are there, because my thought are now on the beauty of my dimples each time I smile.
17. When Erasticle said so, Eostre gave her two dozens of eggs and a hare.
18. Now Eostre loved adventure so much, so she went from one land to another to see those who followed her teachings. And she visited the land of Hindi and of Grecon and Egypt. She also went to Roma and Babylon, teaching them morals.
19. Now in Grecon was Eostre called Dorcas. And in Hindi was she named Pya.
20. Now when Eostre was in Hindi, a female homo came and said, how shall I get married to the love of my heart? He has requested a barn full of maize for the marriage, but I have no shekel of silver of such amount in worth. And he has given me only a year or else he would not marry me, but I love her.
21. Now Eostre said, what then do you have? Then the damsel said, I have only a handful of maize, which I kept in the skin. Then Eostre said, give them to me. Now the damsel obeyed her voice. Now Eostre said, go back to him and say to him, I shall give to you that which you requested. The damsel went and did as Eostre had said.
22. Now After about eight months did Eostre return to the damsel with chariots full of maize. Now the woman was amazed. Then she asked, O Goddess Eostre, where did you get maize as much as this?
23. Then Eostre said, I did that which you did not consider in your heart to do. I gave to nature that which I have, and she gave back to me in a thousand fold. The handful of maize I received from you is what you see here.
24. Give to nature, and you shall receive back in greater measure. Give love and get love. Give joy and get joy. Give hope and get hope. Give peace and get peace.
25. Plant a tree to nature and get the breeze of life. Spare the beasts in the wild and you shall get mammon from those who come to see them.
26. I gave to nature and I received back from her. Now go and give them to your bridegroom and let the marriage take place, for I shall be there to witness it.
Re: The Hidden Truth About Easter. by ArisingStorm: 7:24am On Apr 12, 2020
My purpose is to simply share the Truth. Even if it is rejected by many, even if the world is deceived, The Truth remains the Truth.

Re: The Hidden Truth About Easter. by Lawly: 11:23am On May 12
She looks more like goddess of bweez grin grin

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