Kaltes by Susan Seddon Boulet

Kaltes by Susan Seddon Boulet

The Hare and the Crow (by Amanda Clark)

The Hare And Crow

The Hare and the Crow (by Amanda Clark)

Ēostre or Ostara  is a Goddess in Germanic Paganism. The Germanic month bearing her name is Ôstarmânoth, it is the namesake of the festival of Easter.  "Little else [...] is known about Ēostre, but it has been suggested that her lights, as Goddess of the Dawn, were carried by hares. And she certainly represented Spring Fecundity, and Love and Carnal Pleasure that leads to Fecundity." ~ John Andrew Boyle.

Ēostre or Ostara is a Goddess in Germanic Paganism. The Germanic month bearing her name is Ôstarmânoth, it is the namesake of the festival of Easter. "Little else [...] is known about Ēostre, but it has been suggested that her lights, as Goddess of the Dawn, were carried by hares. And she certainly represented Spring Fecundity, and Love and Carnal Pleasure that leads to Fecundity." ~ John Andrew Boyle.

"The Sun Wheel, a symbol of perfect balance at the Equinox, is the inspiration for the traditional spring roll known as the Hot Cross Bun."

"The Sun Wheel, a symbol of perfect balance at the Equinox, is the inspiration for the traditional spring roll known as the Hot Cross Bun."

Eostre at Spring Equinox by Wendy Andrew

Eostre at Spring Equinox by Wendy Andrew

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Goddess Wheel of the Year - Ostara/Spring Equinox

Goddess Wheel of the Year - Ostara/Spring Equinox

The Goddess Eostre....

The Goddess Eostre....

Ostara

Ostara

All about Ostara from my favorite Celtic lore/pagan website

All about Ostara from my favorite Celtic lore/pagan website

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