Anonymous ID: 16c13c Easter. The Celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ March 31, 2024, 10:37 a.m. No.20657696   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Easter. The Celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.

The story we are told is that Jesus of Nazareth, around the age of 33, went down to Jerusalem with his disciples during the Pesach Festival, also known as the Passover, which is a Jewish festival celebrated at the Spring Equinox, which according to tradition, occurs on the 14th of the Babylonian month of Nisan, which corresponds to the Athenian month of Elaphebolia, which also corresponds to the period of the Roman March 15th to April 15th, which means that the 14th of Nisan would fall on 28th of March to be exact, although since the Julian Calendar is Solar and the Babylonian and Attic Calendars are Lunar, the dates will vary from year to year. This is also why the dates of Easter and Passover are celebrated on different days of our modern Gregorian Calendars each year, and they mark the date of Easter & Pesach based on the Paschal Moon.


The Spring Equinox, also known as the Vernal Equinox, marks the moment in the year when the Sun crosses the celestial equator from south to north. This event occurs around March 20th or 21st in the Northern Hemisphere and around September 22nd or 23rd in the Southern Hemisphere, depending on the year. The term "equinox" comes from Latin words meaning "equal night," reflecting the approximately equal length of day and night that occurs everywhere on Earth during the equinoxes.


The Spring Equinox signifies the beginning of spring, a time of renewal and growth when daylight begins to increase, leading to longer days than nights. It is a period celebrated in various cultures with festivals and rituals that often symbolize rebirth, fertility, and new beginnings. In the Northern Hemisphere, the Spring Equinox is associated with the warming weather, melting snow, budding plants, and the return of foliage and blooming flowers, embodying the cycle of life, rejuvenation, and the Earth's fertility.


Ancient spring equinox festivals were significant cultural and religious events in many ancient societies, marking the end of winter and the beginning of spring—a time of rebirth, renewal, and fertility. These festivals were often tied to agricultural cycles, reflecting the importance of planting seasons and the growth of new life.


“When, after three days and three nights, Inanna had not returned, Ninshubur set up a lament for her by the ruins. She beat the drum for her in the temple. She circled the houses of the gods. She tore at her eyes; she tore at her mouth; she tore at her thighs. She dressed herself in a single garment like a beggar. Alone, she set out for Nippur and the temple of Enlil”


Ask her only for the corpse that hangs from the hook on the wall. One of you will sprinkle the food of life on it. The other will sprinkle the water of life. Inanna will arise."


The kurgarra and the galatur heeded Enki's words. They set out for the underworld. Like flies, they slipped through the cracks of the gates. They entered the throne room of the Queen of the Underworld.


Ereshkigal said: "Speak then! What do you wish?" They answered: We wish only the corpse that hangs from the hook on the wall." Ereshkigal said: "The corpse belongs to Inanna." They said: "Whether it belongs to our queen, Whether it belongs to our king, That is what we wish." The corpse was given to them. The kurgarra sprinkled the food of life on the corpse. The galatur sprinkled the water of life on the corpse. Inanna arose. .


(Descent of Inanna, Wolkstein and Kramer, 90)


The Hilaria of Attis was a “Holy Week” or the “Passion of Attis.” This was a Roman festival, celebrated in multiple cities in Rome during the same week, and in Egypt was celebrated for Osiris and Isis, without castration, and slightly celebrated differently, but still called Hilaria, which in latin means “Rejoicing”



00:00:00 - Start

00:01:55 - Paschal Moon

00:03:24 - Passover Lamb

00:04:35 - Christ Crucified

00:11:17 - Intro

00:14:39 - Vernal Equinox

00:17:10 - Akitu Festival

00:18:58 - Baal & Marduk

00:21:31 - Descent of Ishtar

00:35:11 - Esther

00:40:40 - Lent

00:44:22 - Zukru Festival

00:48:48 - Dagan of the Garden

00:54:21 - Nowruz Festival

00:56:40 - Ēostre

01:01:19 - Sham al-Nassim

01:05:58 - Osiris Resurrected

01:13:32 - Eshmun

01:23:14 - Theraputai

01:30:55 - Orphic Incubation

01:37:38 - Buddhist Monasticism

01:40:36 - Eshmun-Melqart

01:45:38 - Pyrgi Tablet & Adonis

01:53:42 - Hilaria

01:58:20 - Nasseene Hymn

02:00:53 - Mysteries of Iasios

02:02:13 - Dionysus

02:05:49 - Hyacinthus

02:08:47 - Orpheus' Descent

02:11:46 - Orphic Piety

02:15:14 - Katabasis & Anabasis

02:22:00 - Eleusinian Mysteries

02:25:17 - Earliest Apologists

02:30:33 - Outro