Out with the old, in with the new.
The spring equinox falls on Friday, March 20, in the Northern Hemisphere, marking the moment that the sun passes over the
Ostara may be a contemporary revival of ancient spring festivals. Some pagan authors say Ostara derives from ancient Celtic
Some pagan authors say Ostara derives from ancient Celtic and Saxon spring holidays, later Christianized into the Easter
Some old guy makes up a weird story about a goddess who never existed who turns a bird into a rabbit that lays colored eggs; and it morphs into a mega-watt holiday celebrated the modern world over.