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Easter and the Rabbit in the Moon

This story is brought to you by the number Three. Three Mary's at the crucifixtion, thirty pieces of silver, three hours of Darkness, and three nights in the tomb. The number three. It is also brought to you by the goddess Eostare that the east and Easter is named after. Along with her little friend with the basket in the moon. Add one snake dance, a mean Norse head rush, and a potbellied old oriental man.

Happy Easter! Long time ago around Lithuanian there was a goddess named Eostre that was brought to the Norse along with Perkunas by the people of the Historic Odin; being Eostare and Thor. Eostare was a fertility Goddess of Spring and the word east is named after her because of the rise of the sun. Now tonight, look up at the moon and you will see her little friend with an Easter basket. The Moon is tilted just right and is almost full. You will see a profile of a Rabbit with its ears back and a basket in his hand (The right eye of the Moon being the ears and the nose the body). The egg is the soul and the chick is the resurrection. The Snake is in there too, as the moon fades away it could be thought that a snake with his mouth open is swallowing the moon. Only too begin to birth it out again as an egg in three days time. From Crescent moon to full it will labor for the month just to come back around on it from the other side to swallow it once more.

In ancient Mesopotamia, they practiced regicide. On a astrological cycle they would kill the king and his court and partake of the kings blood and body. Christ reenacted the metaphor at the last supper by breaking the bread and passing the wine.

Also in ancient cultures, Men had three births by ritual. Woman had them as well but by nature through life, menstruation, and motherhood. But Men needed the mind. Boys were born of their mothers. Adolescents were initiated into Manhood in caves and pits by Men. Then to reach enlightenment, Men were initiated by three women and a tomb. The womb and the Tomb through willing sacrifice to the universe. To have such powers had to have a commitment to use it for the benefit of all society. So you had to become selfless and an individual at the same time. All for one, one for all. Odin hung from the world tree for nine days giving himself unto himself. He knew when he hung that he was god, as was Christ on the cross, or as you and me when we realize it. "Lift that stone you will find me." Said Christ in the Gospel of Thomas. Buddha sat under the Boddhi (illumination) tree to gain enlightenment. All three sat at the tree of knowledge.

Now Christ hung to be followed by three hours of darkness by the moon eclipsing the sun (Which in reality the jews did a yearly calendar fix of three hours, like fall back and spring forward of our day light saving time, which would of made it evening quick). Also he was in the tomb for three hours. Lazarerous sat in the tomb for the same duration, but for his Manhood initiation. The Moon, the symbol of resurrection and cycles, is vacant for three days in the night sky to be born again by the snake. Christ rose on the new moon, the Crescent, as a gardener. Men might not give birth to children, but give birth to trillions of little lives that think for themselves and swim to lesser or greater degrees. They might be no more intelligent than bacteria, which is also alive. But being the opposite of an egg that is inert and just rolls down hill. So also maybe ten trillion little swimmers might give men some equality to woman in the matter of birth over time? So we see Christ as the sower in the Garden when he finds the Magdalean (The Watchtower one climbs to protect the sheep).

This Easter we have allot to think about with the Da Vinci Code coming out next month and the release of the tossed back and forth between thief and collector of the Gospel of Judas. A Gospel that the Muslims might of known about, for their always was an old tradition of a sacred order from Christ to fulfill his ritual of Crucifixtion, or regicide. From Donkey at Jerusalem to the thirty pieces of silver, reflecting the three women at the tomb , three hours of darkness, three nights of darkness in the tomb. Jesus had said "The man I give this sop of bread to will betray me." He hands it then to Judas and says be quick. Now a man who was the treasurer of the disciples who held their money already, what would he need with another thirty pieces? The new gospel will ask these questions again.

Some speculation, did Judas hang himself by the neck or foot like Odin. Could he have gone through the same ceremony as Odin or Christ?One day we might find out.

Cheers and happy EasterFree Reprint Articles,ChrispsDon't forget to say hi to the Rabbit in the Moon.

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