“The ancient sun-worshipers regarded the Great Spirit as a nature-god, identical with nature,” writes H. P. Blavatsky in Isis Unveiled, “and the sun as the deity, ‘in whom the Lord of life dwells.’ The sun is the source of the souls and of all life.”
The celebration of Ēoestre or Ostara is an old pagan festival, and is the origin of the word Easter. She is the goddess who symbolized the dawn, the warm Spring sun, the resurrection of Spirit in Earth, and much more.
“Just as there is a real Christmas—the time of winter solstice, explains the Theosophy School text, The Eternal Verities:—”there is a real Easter, a Sun-cycle, the time of the Vernal Equinox.“
In the legend, when the beautiful Goddess Ēoestre saw all this wonderful work of hers, she said: “Hereafter, every year I will have one day called Easter, after me. That day, all shall celebrate the awakening…
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