Ostara

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Endless possibilities of the Goddess Of Spring. OSTARA♥ Hail to the Maiden of Spring, the dawning of the year!

Bring freshness into all our lives.

The natural world is coming alive, the Sun is gaining in strength and the days are becoming longer and warmer. The gentle whispered promise of Imbolc is fulfilled in the evident and abundant fertility of the Earth at Ostara.

Ostara marks the Spring Equinox, which happens between March 19 -23. Ostara is a pagan celebration of the German goddess Ostara, or Eostre or Eastre, is the Germanic Goddess of spring and dawn and the origins of the Christian celebration of Easter. As the beginning of spring Ostara is a good time to literally and figuratively plant seeds for the future.

She is also mentioned in a number of inscriptions in Germany, and the modern holiday of Easter - originally the name for the spring Equinox, but later subsumed to the Paschal calendar for the Christian resurrection holiday - is named for her. The name "Eostre" (Old Germanic "Ostara"), is related to that of Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn, and both can be traced back to a Proto-Indo-European goddess of dawn.

..."Ostara is usually experienced as a young maiden - as Ember Cooke writes, "...old enough to bear children, but not a mother." She is wreathed in flowers or new greenery, and often dances."


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