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Easter's Holiday and Culture Origins are found back in Pagan times

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When we use the word Easter, we think first and foremost of the Christian festival. But the word itself is not part of the Christian tradition. In the first quarter of the eighth century AD, the Venerable Bede, a Northumbrian monk and scholar, composed a text called On the Reckoning of Time.

This work describes how to calculate the date of Easter – a vexed theological question of the time – and along the way it also gives us some clues to the names that pagan Anglo-Saxons gave to the months of the year, before their conversion to Christianity.

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EASTER is a Pagan hoilday called Ostara
Easter gets its name from the Teutonic goddess of spring and the dawn, whose name is spelled Oestre or Eastre (the origin of the word "east" comes from various Germanic, Austro-Hungarian words for dawn that share the root for the word "aurora" which means " to shine"). Modern pagans have generally accepted the spelling "Ostara" which honors this goddess as our word for the Vernal Equinox.
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Because the Equinox and Easter are so close, many Catholics and others who celebrate Easter often see this holiday (which observes Christ's resurrection from the dead after his death on Good Friday) as being synonymous with rebirth and rejuvenation: the symbolic resurrection of Christ is echoed in the awakening of the plant and animal life around us. But if we look more closely at some of these Easter customs, we will see that the origins are surprisingly, well, pagan! Eggs, bunnies, candy, Easter baskets, new clothes, all these "traditions" have their origin in practices which may have little or nothing to do with the Christian holiday.
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For example, the traditional coloring and giving of eggs at Easter has very pagan associations. For eggs are clearly one of the most potent symbols of fertility, and spring is the season when animals begin to mate and flowers and trees pollinate and reproduce. In England and Northern Europe, eggs were often employed in folk magic when women wanted to be blessed with children. There is a great scene in the film The Wicker Man where a woman sits upon a tombstone in the cemetery, holding a child against her bared breasts with one hand, and holding up an egg in the other, rocking back and forth as she stares at the scandalized (and very uptight!) Sargent Howie. Many cultures have a strong tradition of egg coloring; among Greeks, eggs are traditionally dyed dark red and given as gifts.

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When the Anglo-Saxons were converted to Christianity, the name of the month in which Easter usually fell was transferred to the name of the festival itself

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As for the Easter egg hunt, a fun game for kids, actually has a darker meaning, For centuries pagans were forced to hide thier religion due to Because of centuries of religious propaganda and misinformation, Pagans were once killed For thier Religious belief
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As Christianity rose and the ways of the "Old Religion" were shunned, people took to hiding the eggs and having children make a game out of finding them. This would take place with all the children of the village looking at the same time in everyone's gardens and beneath fences and other spots.

It is said, however, that those people who sought to seek out heathens and heretics would bribe children with coins or treats, and once those children uncovered eggs on someone's property, that person was then accused of practicing the old ways
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Traditional foods play a part in this holiday, as with so many others. Ham is the traditional main course served in many families on Easter Sunday, and the reason for this probably has to do with the agricultural way of life in old Europe. Inlate fall, usually in October, also known as the month of the Blood Moon, because it referred to the last time animals were slaughtered before winter, meats were salted and cured so they would last through the winter. Poorer people, who subsisted on farming and hunting, would often eat very sparingly in winter to assure their food supply would last. With the arrival of spring, there was less worry, and to celebrate the arrival of spring and of renewed abundance, they would serve the tastiest remaining cured meats, including hams. This also marked a seasonal end to eating cured foods and a return to eating fresh game (as animals emerged from hibernation looking for food), and no longer relying on stored root vegetables, but eating the young green plants so full of the vitamins and minerals that all living beings need to replenish their bodies in spring.
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Modern pagans can observe these same customs by eating the fresh greens and early vegetables abundant now: dandelion greens, nettles, asparagus, and the like. There are some Witches who believe that fasting at the Equinox is very healthy and magical: it clears away all the toxins stored over winter, when we eat heavier foods to keep warm, and can create an altered state of consciousness for doing Equinox magic. By eliminating all the "poisons" from our diets for a few days (including sugar, caffeine, alcohol, red meats, dairy products, refined foods), and eating lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, we not only can shed a few pounds and improve the appearance of our hair and skin, but also improve our health over the long term. The overall benefit to health from an occasional cleansing fast helps strengthen our immune system, making our bodies more resistant to illness, and help us feel more alert and energetic. Try it! Be sure to "break" your fast slowly, reintroducing your normal foods one at a time, instead of going from several days of fruits, grains and herbal tea to a feast of steak, potatoes and chocolate cake! The breaking of the fast can be incorporated into the cakes and wine portion of your ritual, or at the feast many Witches have afterwards.
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Speaking of food, another favorite part of Easter for kids, no doubt, is that basket of treats! Nestled in plastic "grass" colored pink or green, we'd find foil-wrapped candy eggs, hollow chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, marshmallow chicks (in pink, yellow or lavender!), fancy peanut butter or coconut eggs from Russell Stover, and of course our Mom always included one of the beautiful ceramic eggs she painted by hand. Like that other holiday where children are inundated with sugar (Hallowe'en), no one seems to know precisely where, when or how this custom began. And why are the baskets supposedly brought by a bunny???

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Everyone knows Peeps, those overwhelmingly sweet little marshmellow critters that appear every Spring in the grocery store. Put your leftover Peeps to good use this Ostara / Easter, and make them into a delicious ambrosia salad! For the most colorful results, use yellow or pink Peeps.


Prep Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients:

1 pkg of 12 marshmellow Peeps (chicks or bunnies)

2 cans mandarin oranges

2 cans pineapple tidbits

1 jar maraschino cherries

2 chopped bananas

2 C. shredded coconut flakes

1 16-oz tub cottage cheese

1 8-oz tub of Cool Whip or other dessert topping

Preparation:

Dice the Peeps into small pieces. Drain the juices from all the fruit. Mix all ingredients together, and allow to chill in the refrigerator for a few hours. Serve as dessert following your Ostara/ Easter celebration



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Hot Cross Buns
Hot cross buns have their origin in the pagan springtime festival honoring the goddess Eostre or Ostara, from whose name "Easter" is derived. The buns, decorated with small crosses to symbolize the quarters of the moon or a bull's horns, were thought to ensure fertility and the goddess' protection in the coming year. These buns were incorporated into Christian tradition. Today the cross represents that upon which Jesus was crucified, and the buns are eaten throughout the Easter season.
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Candy
The Christian tradition of eating candy eggs and rabbits, both symbols of life and fertility, comes from the pagan idea that one could assume the qualities of a given symbol by eating something that represented it. Candy rabbits and eggs are a way of celebrating the essence of spring and the qualities of fertility and life.
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Easter Baskets
According to Witchvox.com, in pagan tradition, baskets full of treats were left out for fairies at different times of the year. This was said to save the basket provider from becoming the subject of fairy mischief. At Ostara, these baskets were filled with sweet things, corresponding to the nectar in new flowers. This is most likely the origin of the traditional Easter basket, filled with real or artificial grass, candy, eggs and other treat
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Eggs
Eggs were symbols of life, fertility, immortality and rebirth in many cultures. Pagans often colored and ate eggs during spring festivals, celebrating the return of the sun after winter and the fertility of new soil. The pagan tradition of including eggs in spring festivals carried over very naturally into Christian tradition, in which the egg symbolizes the resurrection of Jesus and his immortality.
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Lamb and Ham
The tradition of eating lamb or ham at Easter finds its roots in pagan times. Pagans would preserve meat to eat throughout the winter. By the time spring arrived and livestock began to reproduce, people would eat the last of the cured or salted meat, knowing that there would soon be more. Lamb is also directly associated with Jesus, called the "lamb of God."
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  • Racefish 2012/04/07 12:59:19
    Pagans had a spring festival that celebrated the ancient Anglo-Saxon/Germanic...
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    Dancing around the fire pit in the nude tonight.
    Hey, just thought of something. Easter and Estrus could have similar roots too.

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  • Fenris 2012/04/10 13:59:02
    Pagans had a spring festival that celebrated the ancient Anglo-Saxon/Germanic...
    Fenris
    Most hollidays are pagan in origin!
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Fenris 2012/04/10 15:34:27
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    +1
    even passover if you think about it
    oh lets celebrate our freedom when God killed innoncent people instead of just Beaming us out of Egypt
  • Redskin 2012/04/09 22:58:32
    A Tisket a Tasket oh my Goddess its an Ostara egg basket
    Redskin
  • Bear 2012/04/09 02:12:14
    Easter a Christian holiday is really the name of a Pagan Goddess of Spring an...
    Bear
    This is only news to christians.
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Bear 2012/04/09 02:45:14
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    +1
    just like how they proved the shroud of Turin is a fake
    even thou science can prove for a fact its fake people still believe

    i understand to have faith in something but how can you have faith in something everyone knows is a fake
  • JayLynx 2012/04/08 08:01:53
    You Dont Need Facts or Truth you just need Jesus
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    Well, I have JC, I like eggs at breakfast, sometimes; I know that Azthec people made chocolate, Rabitts are very nice pets, so... What's happening here?
    Oh, I do not celebrate Easter.
  • Constitution Believer 2012/04/08 03:10:06
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/08 03:18:51
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    EASTER is a Pagan hoilday called Ostara
    Easter gets its name from the Teutonic goddess of spring and the dawn, whose name is spelled Oestre or Eastre (the origin of the word "east" comes from various Germanic, Austro-Hungarian words for dawn that share the root for the word "aurora" which means " to shine"). Modern pagans have generally accepted the spelling "Ostara" which honors this goddess as our word for the Vernal Equinox.

    Because the Equinox and Easter are so close, many Catholics and others who celebrate Easter often see this holiday (which observes Christ's resurrection from the dead after his death on Good Friday) as being synonymous with rebirth and rejuvenation: the symbolic resurrection of Christ is echoed in the awakening of the plant and animal life around us. But if we look more closely at some of these Easter customs, we will see that the origins are surprisingly, well, pagan! Eggs, bunnies, candy, Easter baskets, new clothes, all these "traditions" have their origin in practices which may have little or nothing to do with the Christian holiday.
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/08 03:30:02
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/08 03:32:11
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
    the same as Christmas was originally called Yule

    here read about yule
    Yule/ Winter Solstice the Pagan Christmas
    http://www.sodahead.com/livin...

    All the major holidays are based on Pagan holidays Valentines day Easter halloween christmas groundhog day ( imbolic ) and others
    mothers day fathers day Even birthdays are pagan in origin
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/08 03:36:38
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/08 03:37:38
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    Early Christians did not celebrate their birthdays. Birthdays had a strong connection with pagan religions. There is no record of birthday celebrations by the Jews in the Bible. Not even Jesus' birthday is recorded or celebrated in the Bible. There are only 2 two accounts of birthdays mentioned in the Bible, both celebrated by Pagan or non Christian individuals, both ending in a negative result

    Birthdays has its origin in astrology. Birthday cakes appears to be related to the Greek goddess Artemis, whose birthday was celebrated with moon-shaped honey cakes topped with candles. The candles with special magic to grant wishes.

    The various customs with which people today celebrate their birthdays have a long history. Their origins lie in the realm of magic and religion. The customs of offering congratulations, presenting gifts and celebrating—complete with lighted candles—in ancient times were meant to protect the birthday celebrant from the demons and to ensure his security for the coming year. . . . Down to the fourth century Christianity rejected the birthday celebration as a pagan custom..
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/08 03:51:58
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/08 03:55:38
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
    well i only offer information and truth

    Well Catholics have Pagan Gods and Goddess as Saints and Angels
    even some Churches are named after Pagan Gods and Goddess

    Bacchus became St. Bacchus, and Dionysius
    became St. Denys or Denis
    Brigid, Became Saint Brigid
    Dazhdbóg became saint Germain
    ERos became SAINT EROS,
    Demeter is now St. Demetrios
    Aphrodite became St. Aphrodite
    The Roman god Mars was originally a god who guarded wheat fields. He became St. Martin (esp. St. Martin-in-the-fields)
    The Roman god Quirinus became St. Cyrinus,
    The Roman gods known as the Lares became St. Lawrence
    The Roman goddess Venus became St. Venera
    The Roman gods known as the Gemini, who were protectors of sailors in Roman pagan times, became the Sanctos Geminos
    The Greek goddess Nike was picked up as Saint Nike and so many others
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/08 03:59:59
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/08 04:03:42
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
    i actually am an ordained pagan minister still doing my studies and teaching others

    tell Linda hello for me and happy easter
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/11 03:51:14
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/11 04:38:52
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
    you believe in a Creator who is good who loves you

    I believe in a Creator who is Good who loves me

    we believe the same thing
    we may call it differant names but its the same idea and philosophy
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/11 04:45:27
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/11 04:50:59
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
    btw you might want to read this the bible admits there already was a human Race long before the bible God created adam and Eve

    http://www.paganlibrary.com/f...

    We can be naked and unashamed! Why, our Goddess even tells us, "as a sign that you are truly free, you shall be naked in your rites." Not being born into sin, we have no need of salvation, and no need of a Messiah to redeem our sinful souls.

    Neither heaven nor hell is our destination in the afterlife; we have our own various arrangements with our own various deities. The Bible is not our story; we have our own stories to tell, and they are many and diverse. In a long life, you may get to hear many of them... May you live long and prosper!
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/12 00:48:48
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/12 01:00:46
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
    what do you think happened before the Abraham Religions began people just sitting around going thum thum de do da thum de do

    there are many Saviors many messiahs

    Krishna from India
    Mithra from Persia
    Horus from Egypt

    the Pagan messiah, Baal Tamar.
    krishna india mithra persia horus egypt pagan messiah baal tamar
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/12 02:31:11
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/12 01:02:01 (edited)
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    In classical literature, Nimrod is sometimes called Ninus, but Ninus was probably, in fact, Nimrod's son, the builder of the city of Ninevah. Nimrod's wife was Semiramis, the Queen of Heaven, and sometimes her husband is called Ninus, while other times, Ninus is said to be her son. The confusion is related to the story of Nimrod's deification. The legend said that Nimrod was killed, but that he was resurrected as his wife's son, a feat which could have been orchestrated only by a god. Thus began the mother/child cult religions. Semiramis, sometimes called Rhea, came to be known as the Great Mother of the gods, while her son, Ninus, or Bacchus, or Tammuz (Ezekiel 8:14) was known as The Lamented One.
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/12 02:35:27
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/12 02:39:59
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
    The young Octavius came into his inheritance after Caesar's assassination in 44 BC. In 43 BC, Octavian joined forces with Mark Antony and Marcus Aemilius
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/12 02:48:10
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/12 03:01:52
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
    an Easter ham and mashed sweet potatoe turnips

    have a good doctors visit
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/13 01:05:33
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/13 01:50:44
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/13 01:53:04 (edited)
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
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    The Tragedy of Life is not Death, But What we let Die inside us while we Live.
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    There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.
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    Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble placeswhere other people see nothing
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    We tend to forget that happiness doesn't come as a result of getting something we don't have, but rather of recognizing and appreciating what we do have
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    A Prayer for the Digital Age:"May our love of information and of ease never exceed our love for one another.
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    Wisdom of the Elders
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    Our Beautiful World
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    Check out my Blogs they will Cheer you up

    The Tragedy of Life is not Death, But What we let Die inside us while we Live.
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    There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.
    http://paganafterlifeandsalva...

    Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble placeswhere other people see nothing
    http://paganafterlifeandsalva...


    We tend to forget that happiness doesn't come as a result of getting something we don't have, but rather of recognizing and appreciating what we do have
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    A Prayer for the Digital Age:"May our love of information and of ease never exceed our love for one another.
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  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/12 01:02:20
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    Tammuz is sometimes called Adonis or Dionysus. Other variations of the Babylonian gods of Rhea and Tammuz included Ceres (or Irene) and Plutus in Greece, Isis and Osiris in Egypt, Fortuna and Jupiter in pagan Rome, Isi and Iswara in India, Cybele and Deoius in Asia, Shing Moo in China, and the Goddess mother and son in Tibet. All of these boast similar stories of their gods, and it is easy to believe that all of the legends were derived from Rhea and Tammuz. In some literature, it is believed that Tammuz was known as Hercules the Lamenter, and he is sometimes confused with the Shem of the Bible, or at least with being his descendent. Some believe that the Crishna of the Hindus and the Budda of Japan are also derivations of these same Babylonian gods.

    shem bible descendent crishna hindus budda japan derivations babylonian gods
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/12 01:03:04
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    Baal-Bereth is the Father of the Yule season and the Yule (xmas) Tree. "The Christmas tree, now so common among us, was equally common in PaganRome and Pagan Egypt. In Egypt that tree was the palm-tree; in Rome it was the fir; thepalm-tree denoting the Pagan Messiah, as Baal-Tamar, the fir referring to him as Baal-Berith."¹
    "The Christmas-tree, as has been stated, was generally at Rome a different tree, even the fir;but the very same idea as was implied in the palm-tree was implied in the Christmas-fir; forthat covertly symbolised the new-born God as Baal-Berith, "Lord of the Covenant," and thusshadowed forth the perpetuity and everlasting nature of his power, not that after having fallen before his enemies, he had risen triumphant over them all." ²
    covenant thusshadowed perpetuity everlasting nature power fallen enemies risen triumphant
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/12 01:04:04
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
    The Writers of the Bible Got thier Ideas from Pagan Religions that existed long before the hebrews ever existed

    Sumerians Phoenicians Cannanites Egyptians Greeks Babylonians and others
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/08 03:56:47
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    Even The Archangels are actually Pagan Gods
    The Archangels
    Gabriel serves as the messenger of God and is referred to as the "left hand of God.
    This is Thor the Norse God of thunder Odins Left hand a warrior god who fought with sword and hammer and had a horn to call other gods to battle Odin was the God of the saxon pagan people.
    Michael The Archangel of Mercy, Repentance and War (or Battle), his name is a battle cry for the host of angels as they battle for mankind.
    This is Pagan god Wotan or ODIN who was the norse god of war and poetry and mercy he cried for all the other norse gods to war and rode a horse and had 2 ravens and 2 wolves to accompany him .

    Urel Archangel of knowledge. He's also associated as the angel of poetry
    Hermes the Greek and Roman Pagan god of knowledge and also he was an acomplished poety who would often come to sing his poetry to mortals

    Araziel. also known as Sariel female archangel ruling over visions and wisdom. She also is depicted with warrior abilities
    Athena the greek pagan god of Visions Wisdom and warriors in battle also shown with a sword and shield for she was born for combat but she was a smart
    goddess one of most loved of all

    Remiel angel of hope he is hope and guidance. Guiding souls of the faithful into Heaven
    Anesidora a pagan god of h...
    Even The Archangels are actually Pagan Gods
    The Archangels
    Gabriel serves as the messenger of God and is referred to as the "left hand of God.
    This is Thor the Norse God of thunder Odins Left hand a warrior god who fought with sword and hammer and had a horn to call other gods to battle Odin was the God of the saxon pagan people.
    Michael The Archangel of Mercy, Repentance and War (or Battle), his name is a battle cry for the host of angels as they battle for mankind.
    This is Pagan god Wotan or ODIN who was the norse god of war and poetry and mercy he cried for all the other norse gods to war and rode a horse and had 2 ravens and 2 wolves to accompany him .

    Urel Archangel of knowledge. He's also associated as the angel of poetry
    Hermes the Greek and Roman Pagan god of knowledge and also he was an acomplished poety who would often come to sing his poetry to mortals

    Araziel. also known as Sariel female archangel ruling over visions and wisdom. She also is depicted with warrior abilities
    Athena the greek pagan god of Visions Wisdom and warriors in battle also shown with a sword and shield for she was born for combat but she was a smart
    goddess one of most loved of all

    Remiel angel of hope he is hope and guidance. Guiding souls of the faithful into Heaven
    Anesidora a pagan god of hope and guidance he guides good souls to the afterlife and is a listener listens to your problems and gives you solutions to help you fix the problem yourself he warned pandora not to open the box that let out the evils of world and she trapped hope inside hope for mankind
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  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/08 03:57:56
  • Constit... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/04/08 04:03:14
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/08 03:58:43
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    im going to go to bed i have to cook an easter ham for my mom

    but you have a good weekend my friend happy Easter/ ostara or happy sunday
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/09 02:46:48
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
    actually the Word Heathen is how Norse/Astrau. Pagans Call themselves they prefer Heathen than Pagan

    just like Wiccans prefer to be called Wiccans than Pagan witch
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Constit... 2012/04/08 03:39:07

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