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Eostre / Ostara ~ Germanic pagans named the Spring Equinox after Ostara, their goddess of spring, fertility, and rebirth. In England, among the Anglo-Saxon tribes, Ostara was known as Eostre. The modern holiday of Easter is derived from the name "Eostre".  Repinned by www.mygrowingtraditions.com

Ostara ~ Germanic pagans named the Spring Equinox after Ostara, their goddess of the dawn. Ostara is celebrated with eggs and rabbits.

Spring Equinox: BOS Ostara cover page, for the by Jaine Rose.

Nicola Kantorowicz | Spellbound Nicola Kantorowicz, Stained Glass ‘Love Bears All Things’.

‘Love Bears All Things’ etched, painted, fired and leaded stained glass panel by Nicola Kantorowicz, Reading, UK

Protection from evil eye/gossip-Santeria. One of my favorite paintings.>>>I personally thought it was kind of disgusting, but it represents the religion, so I'm posting it. vkp-s

Protection from evil eye/gossip-Santeria. One of my favorite paintings.>>>I personally thought it was kind of disgusting, but it represents the religion, so I'm posting it. vkp-s

☆ Ostara «The Wheel of the Year» Occurs on or near the Spring Equinox, when day and night are equal. It is a time of balance where unnecessary things, thoughts and habits are thrown away to make room for the new. The Anglo-Saxon Dawn Goddess Eostre, who’s symbols are the rabbit and egg, gained her greatest influence during this time of year .:¦:. Artist Megan Welti ☆

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Contemporary glass artist Deborah Lowe offers a complete service from the initial design through to the manufacture and fitting of architectural stained glass. Her work can be seen in a wide range of historic and contemporary buildings, and includes comm

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