Meet Easter!

Easter Is Coming, So Meet Easter.

Easter Eggs, easter origins, meet easter, queen of heaven, easter, when is easter, Aphrodite, Venus, Semiramis, Astarte, AshtorethYes, meet Easter! This is Ishtar (pronounced similarly). In Assyria she was worshiped as the goddess of erotic love, new life, Spring, fertility and more. She is also known by other names, such as Aphrodite, Venus, Semiramis, Astarte and Ashtoreth. She is the queen of heaven who is spoken of in the scriptures, the wife of Nimrod / Ba’al, and the mother of Tammuz.

The children gather wood, the fathers kindle the fire, and the women knead dough, to make cakes for the queen of heaven [hot cross buns]; and they pour out drink offerings to other elohim, that they may provoke Me to anger. (Jer 7:18)

But we will certainly do whatever has gone out of our own mouth, to burn incense to the queen of heaven and pour out drink offerings to her, as we have done, we and our fathers, our kings and our princes, in the cities of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem. For then we had plenty of food, were well-off, and saw no trouble. But since we stopped burning incense to the queen of heaven and pouring out drink offerings to her, we have lacked everything and have been consumed by the sword and by famine.” The women also said, “And when we burned incense to the queen of heaven and poured out drink offerings to her, did we make cakes for her, to worship her, and pour out drink offerings to her without our husbands’ permission?” (Jer 44:17-19)

Worshiping this goddess is part of the reason Yehovah (the LORD) kicked us (Israel) out of His land and dispersed us among the nations. Will we ever learn not to be involved in this kind of wickedness?

And He said to me, “Turn again, and you will see greater abominations that they are doing.” So He brought me to the door of the north gate of Yehovah’s house; and to my dismay, women were sitting there weeping for Tammuz. [Tammuz died at 40 years old and this is where Lent comes from.] Then He said to me, “Have you seen this, O son of man? Turn again, you will see greater abominations than these.” So He brought me into the inner court of Yehovah’s house; and there, at the door of the temple of Yehovah, between the porch and the altar, were about twenty-five men with their backs toward the temple of Yehovah and their faces toward the east, and they were worshiping the sun toward the east [This is the sunrise service]. And He said to me, “Have you seen this, O son of man? Is it a trivial thing to the house of Judah to commit the abominations which they commit here? For they have filled the land with violence; then they have returned to provoke Me to anger. Indeed they put the branch to their nose. Therefore I also will act in fury. My eye will not spare nor will I have pity; and though they cry in My ears with a loud voice, I will not hear them.” (Eze 8:13-18)

Easter Eggs, easter origins, meet easter, queen of heaven, easter, when is easter, Aphrodite, Venus, Semiramis, Astarte, AshtorethEvery year, on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the spring equinox, a celebration was made. It was Ishtar’s Sunday and was celebrated with rabbits and eggs. The “Ishtar Eggs” were died in the blood of babies sacrificed to Tammuz with the “cross of Tammuz” emblazoned on them as the children would “hunt” the eggs in the likeness of Tammuz and Nimrod the mighty hunters. Ishtar also proclaimed that because Tammuz was killed by a pig, that a pig must be eaten on that Isthar’s Sunday. At this point we begin to see what replaced the slaughter of our Passover lambs.

Sodom and Gomorrah were involved with this spring equinox worship as well. And we all know how “things” came down as a result of that wickedness.

Here is a portion about the Easter worship in Yasher which you might find interesting.

Yasher 18:9-15
9 And when they had done eating one of them said to him, I will return to thee according to the Time of Life [this is what Passover was called before it Exodus 12], and Sarah thy woman shall have a son.
10 And the men [these are the messengers who to Abraham] afterward departed and went their ways, to the places to which they were sent.
The goddess Easter, Easter Eggs, easter origins, meet easter, queen of heaven, easter, when is easter, Aphrodite, Venus, Semiramis, Astarte, Ashtoreth11 In those days all the people of Sodom and Gomorrah, and of the whole five cities, were exceedingly wicked and sinful against Yehovah and they provoked Yehovah with their abominations, and they strengthened in aging abominably and scornfully before Yehovah, and their wickedness and crimes were in those days great before Yehovah.
12 And they had in their land a very extensive valley, about half a day’s walk, and in it there were fountains of water and a great deal of herbage surrounding the water.
13 And all the people of Sodom and Gomorrah went there four times in the year [Sun worship – summer & winter solstice, and the spring and autumn equinox], with their women and children and all belonging to them, and they rejoiced there with timbrels and dances.
14 And in the time of rejoicing they would all rise and lay hold of their neighbor’s women, and some, the virgin daughters of their neighbors, and they enjoyed them, and each man saw his women and daughter in the hands of his neighbor and did not say a word.
15 And they did so from morning till night, and they afterward returned home each man to his house and each woman to her tent; so they always did four times in the year.

Do you think it is by accident or coincidence that this “Ishtar” celebration and the “Time of life” are spoken of together? Yehovah is even now getting ready to do to the whole world what He did to Sodom and Gomorrah.

Now read the “Time of life.

Here is an illuminating video I have found on this subject. Good videos are hard to find.

Origins of Easter

Now learn about
Yehovah’s Holy Days

We have many false ideas in our minds which we have previously accepted as truth.
Here is the first in a series of articles that will teach you how to read and understand
Yehovah’s word for yourself.
False Images





12 thoughts on “Meet Easter!

  1. This article I hope will wake a lot of people up on Facebook who otherwise might never hear any of this relavent history in any other place, especially churchs in America. It is getting a little late to get the story straight and they don’t seem to be in much of a hurry to believe the truth.

  2. i read both article on this page and about head coverings and tzits tzits . r u saying that women do not have to wear head coverings and are not suppose to wear tzit tzits as well??? just want to understand what i just read shalom maxine

    1. You read it right Maxine! I would encourage you to read all of the articles in the Men & Women” section. Head coverings and Tzitzit are just a small part of a much larger picture.

  3. Hey! First of all, I want to say this is an amazing website, a true website for our Lord. I love how you keep emphasizing that all who are supposed to believe in God, must keep His laws and commandments and not just ”chill and believe”. I’m also what you call a ‘new born believer’, since I only recently found my faith and ever since I’ve been adamant at being able to worship the Lord in the best way I can. I just have a problem.
    See, I’m the youngest of my family (22), and the rest of my family is what you’d call a typical Orthodox family that just believes without actions, don’t study the Bible and they definitely don’t try to keep the laws of God. They just recognize our Messiah as their Savior but that’s just how far they go. Thing is, when I read your article about the correct celebration of the passover, I got upset because even though I’d just LOVE nothing more than to keep ALL the feasts of the Lord to the letter and do the passover the right way, how can I do it when nobody in my family believes or is willing to follow the Torah? And it’s not like I can just persuade them, I’m the youngest and usually they won’t really listen to me lecturing them, plus all of them are used to their own ‘sets’ of life, and I’m stressed about all this because I want to keep the Torah but I can’t just take a lamb on my own, slaughter it (and where would I even do that on my own, people would probably arrest me for animal abuse where I live), and then eat it on my own. It just saddens me so much, I don’t know what else to do other than pray to God to give them the spirit of knowledge and to guide them to the true faith just like He did with me. That’s all I can do right now. But the fact that I still can’t do the ritual of the passover correctly, does it mean it’s a sin against God? An intentional one? :c

    1. Dear Nessie,

      Thank you for the writing to me.

      My goal is always to teach men and women what Yehovah, the Creator, expects of them. I see that you are new to learning Yehovah’s ways, and as such you must first learn what the role of a woman is. Three weeks ago I started teaching Torah once again, and this past week we went through Genesis 3:1-20 about The Fall of ‘the man’; and the week before we went through Genesis 2 The Creation of ‘the man’ and his woman. Both of these chapters are foundational for you to understand the role of a woman and how you can learn to become A Woman of Worth.

      The good news for you is that Yehovah never asked a woman to keep the Passover; it is a feast for Yehovah’s men, NOT a Gentile (and contrary to what you have been taught, practically every “Jew” IS a Gentile). Yehovah has only two kinds of men in His kingdom; The Ezrach and the Ger who dwell with them.

      Yehovah gave His commandments to His Ezrach men AFTER they left the kingdom of their birth (Egypt) and He did not command a single Egyptian to keep ANY of His commandments. And that said, you must understand that only Yehovah’s men are to keep Passover, their woman are not there. So you have no sin in your life for anything related to Passover. 🙂

      I would recommend that you read through several of my writings; especially The creation of the woman and the 6 part series called “Unequally Yoked.” I recommend the latter because you are a woman who wants to live as Yehovah expects and you are living in a house that does not. And since your father is your head (your master), you follow Yehovah will for you by learning to lay down your life in service to your father and his goals, dreams and desires.

      If you like, please feel free to give me a call; I would be very happy to talk with you Nessie.


  4. Thanks for your reply! Just yesterday I started reading those articles you mentioned but I haven’t yet read the one called ”Unequally Yoked”, I’ll read that too 😀
    You can’t imagine the relief I feel now that I know I’m not guilty for not keeping the passover, I spent many hours yesterday and the day before pondering about it and feeling sad. Regardless of me not being guilty though, I soo desperately pray for my family to find the true faith and want to keep God’s laws to the letter so we can all celebrate His feasts from the next year. I trust God’s will so I know what will happen will have a reason, I just wish it will happen and fast lol. It’s hard to live in a place where people don’t share your beliefs (and often will look down on them), and on top of that knowing that your family doesnt share them either.

    Sadly I can’t contact you. I live in Greece and I cannot make calls to other county phones from my phone :l But I can email you if you don’t mind? 🙂

  5. Btw I read the ”Unequally yoked” series 🙂 I just have 1 question.

    Personally I wanna keep the Lord’s days such as the Sabbaths. My father doesn’t observe or read the Torah. I’m pretty sure though that if I ever chose to tell him that I want to observe the Sabbaths and keep the Torah laws, he wouldn’t even care, as long as that didn’t stop or change something of his daily life habits. So if he doesn’t really care to be positive or negative, doesn’t that mean I’m free to observe them? Especially if that means that through me, he might get interested in learning more about his faith and be influenced by my habits?
    Same goes for other Torah laws such as those for the clean and unclean foods. My whole family will most likely not care to tell me yes or no as for observing them, so I think that it’d be good for me if I told them I want to keep those laws, because at some point I think they will actually be influenced by me. What do you think?

    1. Hi Nessie,

      Like I said last time; Yehovah never told any Gentile, and especially not a woman, to keep His Sabbath, eat clean or do any of His laws. By doing so you would actually present a “false image’ to your family. If Yehovah was to command a women to do anything, He would be usurping her man’s, in this case, your father’s authority and own His own created purpose for her. The woman was created to be an aid suitable to her man.

      If you really want to send a clear picture to your family, and especially your father, then strive to serve him. Learn to become A Woman of Worth by discovering what pleases your dad; learn what his goals, his dreams and his desires are and then start to work towards those things. This is perfect preparation for the man that your father will give you to some day.

      I think you may be my first friend from Greece. Skype is free and I talk with people all over the world on it. Please consider adding Skype to your computer and then send me your new Skype name and I will contact you. Typing is very tedious for me and talking is so much easier.

      I hope this helps to give you some better direction Nessie.

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