“: The word may come from a word for a spring goddess in German, "Eostre," or it may come from a mistranslation.”
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“Food Timeline states, The pagans worshipped the goddess Eostre (after whom Easter was named) by serving tiny cakes, often decorated with a cross, at their annual spring festival.”
“Easter is a translation of the word, Eostre or Astarte.”
“The name "Easter" comes from the Saxon Eostre (Phoenician Astarte), goddess of the Moon and measurer of time.”
“He says that the Saxon invaders in Britain chomped on buns adorned with impressions of crosses in honor of the pagan goddess of light, Eostre, from whom the name Easter is derived.”
“According to www. godchecker.com: Ostara was very popular with the Anglo-Saxon people, who worshiped her under the name Eostre.”
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“* Eostre - an Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring, perhaps related to Ishtar and Isis”
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