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The Easter Celebration - History of Its Hidden Origins (Traditions of North America and the Western World Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

J. R. Terrier

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Book Description

Easter is an annual celebration observed throughout the Christian world. However, there are absolutely no verses in the Bible that authorize or endorse the keeping of this tradition. Further – the Bible does not mention anything about Easter eggs, Easter baskets, Easter bunnies, or even Lent! The author includes convincing evidence to show that these very items were part of the pagan rituals of the Mystery Religion of ancient Babylon.

Where did the tradition of celebrating Easter originate? The author exposes the hidden accounts of the original Easter festival which was initiated several thousand years ago - many years before the birth, death, and resurrection of Jesus.


This post-Flood festival was part of the false religion Mystery Babylon and was started by Nimrod and his wife Semiramis (also known as Ishtar). They not only instituted the building of the Tower of Babel, they also established themselves as god and goddess to be worshipped by the people of Babylon. They are the co-founders of all the counterfeit religions that have ever existed.


Nimrod was worshipped as the Sun God. He was worshipped in numerous cultures and countries under a variety of names: Samas, Attis, Uti, Merodach/Marduk, Ninus, Bel/Baal, Moloch, Tammuz - the list is virtually endless.


The name Easter actually comes from Ishtar /Eostre who was worshipped as the moon goddess, the goddess of spring and fertility, and the Queen of Heaven. She is known by so many other names in other countries and cultures that she is often referred to as the goddess of one thousand names. Millions of people are unknowingly worshipping and praying to this pagan goddess today. What is her present-day name?


The Babylonians celebrated the day of Ishtar / Easter as the return of the goddess of Spring – the re-birth or reincarnation of Nature and the goddess of Nature. Babylonian legend says that each year a huge egg would fall from heaven and would land in the area around the Euphrates River. In her yearly re-birth, Ishtar would break out of this egg and if any of those celebrating this occasion happened to find her egg, Ishtar would bestow a special blessing on that person. Does this explain the origin of our modern-day tradition of Easter eggs and baskets and Easter egg hunts?


Other pagan rites that were connected with this celebration and which are part of our modern Easter tradition are Easter offerings to the Queen of Heaven (consisting of freshly cut flowers, hot buns decorated with crosses, and star-shaped cakes); new clothes to celebrate this festival (The pagan priests wore new clothes or robes and the Vestal Virgins wore new white dresses or robes and bonnets on their heads.); and sunrise services (to symbolically hasten the yearly arrival of Ishtar’s egg from heaven - the re-incarnation of the spring goddess). Do we still worship Ishtar today?

From Babylon, this diabolical mystery religion spread to Egypt, Asia, Europe, North and South America, all over the world, and eventually was incorporated into mainstream Christian religion.


Most people accept traditions as fact because they have been part of our culture for so long. This, however, does not mean these traditions are based on Biblical truth. The Easter tradition has been incorporated into Christian churches, but this does not make it Christian! If Easter is not a true Christian celebration, what is it?

The real origins of our Easter tradition/celebration have been purposely hidden and obscured. J. R. Terrier uncovers the truth: The Easter festival has been handed down to us from the pagan worship rituals of the ancient Mystery Babylon religion.


Who are we really honoring and worshipping in the traditional Easter celebration? This book is a must-read for those who want to learn the real origin of the Easter tradition.



Product Details

  • File Size: 181 KB
  • Print Length: 47 pages
  • Publisher: Terrier Texts / NTIS; 1 edition (November 30, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004N62LOK
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