The Occult View of the Spring Equinox:
According the Occult view, the Spring Equinox is considered a Minor Sabbath but still requires human sacrifice. March 21-22 is dedicated German Goddess Ostara (Ishtar, also spelled, “Eostre”), for whom “Easter” is named. March 21 is one of the Illuminati’s Human Sacrifice Night. Ishtar was the Babylonian goddess of fertility, love and war. Her name derives from the words for “Dawn” and symbolizes the “mother virgin”. Easter is the first sunday after the first full moon of the spring equinox—a deception upon Christians. The date of Easter for 2011 is April 24.
Spring Equinox – 13 weeks – Minor sabbath but does require human sacrifice
- March 21-22 – Goddess Ostara – Note: Easter is the first Sunday after the first new moon after Ostara. March 21 is one of the Illuminati’s Human Sacrifice Nights
- April 1 – All Fool’s Day, precisely 13 weeks since New Year’s Day!
- April 19 – May 1 – Blood Sacrifice To The Beast. Fire sacrifice is required on April 19.
- April 30 – May 1 – Beltaine Festival, also called Walpurgis Night. This is the highest day on the Druidic Witch’s Calendar. May 1 is the Illuminati’s second most sacred holiday. Human sacrifice is required
Is it a coincidence that the name of the military operation in Libya is “Operation Odyssey Dawn”? Indeed, another mega-ritual that causes blood that feeds the lower entities with energy.
Libya is Stuck within a Powerful Cosmic Factor—Mars-Sun Conjunction:
The illegal war in Iraq started on March 20 2005, and the War in Libya started one day before March 20 2011, during the SuperMoon on March 19 at hour 2100 under the authority of General Carter Ham, the Combatant Commander of the United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) called Operation Odyssey Dawn.
During February there is a powerful Cosmic Factor that possibly is fueling the protests in the Middle East that set up the problems and the war in Libya. All the problems within the Islamic Middle East started in Tunisia which is almost precisely on the cosmic alinement of the Sun-Mars Conjunction.
- Beginning of the Sun-Mars Conjunction—January 22 2011.
- Exact Conjunction February 4 2011 through February 22 2011.
- The last Sun-Mar Conjunction was 12/05/2008
The Sun and Mars Conjunction are within just a few degrees of the exact alignment for an unusually long time—from January 22 through the exact conjunction on February 4 and on through February 22nd.
The long and the short of it is that the “whiff of revolution in the air” will not soon dissipate – and will expand rather than contract during the January 22-February 22 Sun-Mars alignment, along with the other Red Planet signatures (fires, crashes, clashes, explosions and general mayhem).
Whatever human disturbances are afoot during this long Sun-Mars conjunction, they’re bound to be impacted for better or worse by the storm and seismic potential associated with the February 3 new moon and the February 18 SuperMoon alignment. (It’s hard to take to the barricades in the streets when there’s a storm going on or in the aftermath of a devastating earthquake, for example.)
The current uprising hasn’t even hit its stride yet, if this is any indication – and the immediate crisis won’t be over for weeks. Again, this comes as no surprise to anyone who read my 2011 World Forecast Highlights, where I wrote that “there are a number of Mars alignments in 2011 that up the ante for those ‘if it bleeds, it leads’ headlines. These include the February 4 Sun-Mars conjunction. —AstroPro
March equinox commemorations:
In the northern hemisphere the March equinox marks the start of spring and has long been celebrated as a time of rebirth. Many cultures and religions celebrate or observe holidays and festivals around the time of the March equinox, such as the Easter holiday period.
The March equinox marks the first day of various calendars including the Iranian calendar. The ancient Iranian new year’s festival of Nowruz can be celebrated March 20 or March 21. According to the ancient Persian mythology Jamshid, the mythological king of Persia, ascended to the throne on this day and each year this is commemorated with festivities for two weeks. These festivities recall the story of creation and the ancient cosmology of Iranian and Persian people.
It is also a holiday for Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, India, Turkey, Zanzibar, Albania, and various countries of Central Asia, as well as among the Kurds. As well as being a Zoroastrian holiday, it is also a holy day for adherents of the Bahá’í Faith and the Nizari Ismaili Muslims.
The Bahá’í Naw-rúz is stationary, the new year always starts at sunset March 20, Sham El Nessim was an ancient Egyptian holiday which can be traced back as far as 2700 B.C. It is still one of the public holidays in Egypt. Sometime during Egypt’s Christian period (c. 200-639) the date moved to Easter Monday, but before then it coincided with the vernal equinox.
In many Arab countries, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the March equinox.
The Jewish Passover usually falls on the first full moon after the Northern Hemisphere vernal equinox, although occasionally (7 times every 19 years) it will occur on the second full moon.
The Christian churches calculate Easter as the first Sunday after the first full moon on or after the March equinox. The official church definition for the equinox is March 21; however, as the Eastern Orthodox Churches use the older Julian calendar, while the Western Churches use the Gregorian calendar, both of which designate March 21 as the equinox, the actual date of Easter differs. The earliest possible Easter date in any year is therefore March 22 on each calendar. The latest possible Easter date in any year is April 25.
Tamil and Bengali New Years follow the Hindu zodiac and are celebrated according to the sidereal vernal equinox (April 14). The former is celebrated in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, and the latter in Bangladesh and the East Indian state of West Bengal.
Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharastra people celebrate new year ugadi set by Satavahana on the first morning after first new moon from March equinox. Also the calculations of the great Indian Mathematician Bhaskaracharya proclaim the Ugadi day as the beginning of the New Year, New month and New day.
In the Indian states of Kerala and Orissa, the celestial vernal equinox is celebrated as the new year around April 14. It is known as ‘Vishu’ and ‘Vishuva Sankranti’ (meaning “equal” in Sanskrit).
in Norse paganism, a Dísablót was celebrated on vernal equinox.
World Storytelling Day is a global celebration of the art of oral storytelling, celebrated every year on the spring equinox in the northern hemisphere, the first day of autumn equinox in the southern.
World Citizen Day occurs on the March equinox.
In Annapolis, Maryland in the United States, boatyard employees and sailboat owners celebrate the spring equinox with the Burning Of The Socks festival. Traditionally, the boating community wears socks only during the winter. These are burned at the approach of warmer weather, which brings more customers and work to the area. Officially, nobody then wears socks until the next equinox.
Earth Day was initially celebrated on March 21, 1970, the equinox day. It is currently celebrated in various countries on April 22.
Even though this year of 2011 did not produced an equinox power number—an upcoming Power Number for the Spring Equinox is 2013/20/3 = 11, Time 11:02 = 11:11, Total Occult Date 11:11:11.
Could this be a starting date for the Alien war which is destined to occur?