Easter is an annual celebration, which takes place all through the Christian world. However, there are definitely no verses in the Bible which approve or support the keeping of this custom. There is nothing in the Bible about Easter eggs, bunnies, baskets, or even Lent.
Where did the tradition of Celebrating Easter originate from then?
The name Easter is actually take from Ishtar who was worshiped as the moon goddess, the goddess of spring and fertility. Since she is known by so many other names in different countries and cultures, she is often referred to as the goddess of the thousand names.
John 8:44, II Corinthians 11:14, 1 Dwindle 5:8) Ishtar – the Babylonian goddess – is the one for whom Easter is named. Ishtar is however another name for Semiramis – the spouse of Nimrod. This post-Flood celebration was a piece of the false religion Mystery Babylon and was begun by Nimrod and his wife Semiramis.
They did not just organized the working of the Tower of Babel, they, also, settled themselves as god and goddess to be worshiped by the general population of Babylon. They are the prime supporters of all the simulated religions that have ever existed.
Nimrod was worshiped as the Sun God. He was worshiped in various societies and nations under a wide range of names: Samas, Attis, Uti, Merodach/Marduk, Ninus, Bel/Baal, Moloch, Tammuz – and it goes on[He was also known as Dumuzi by the Sumerians and as RA by the Egyptians.
The Babylonians celebrated the day of Ishtar/Easter as the arrival of the goddess of Spring – the re-birth or resurrection of Nature and the goddess of Nature. Babylonian legend says that every year a gigantic egg would tumble from paradise and would land somewhere near the Euphrates River.
In her yearly re-birth, Ishtar would break out of this egg and if any of those praising this event happened to discover her egg, Ishtar would grant a unique gift to that person. This
Easter has its sources in the realm of the Occult. The Occult/Satanic calender contains from four periods of 13 weeks each. Occulists trust that numbers contain inborn power, and many base their lives in the light of numerology. Numerology is additionally a key segment of astrology – another framework Occulists adhere to. Along these lines the occult calendar is divided into 4 parts of 13 weeks each. Note that 13 x 4 = 52 weeks – our year.