Easter is Ishtar, often referred to as the "Queen of Heaven" in Scripture. She is also known as Semiramis in Scripture, she was the widow of Nimrod and mother of Tammuz. The bare breasted pagan fertility goddess of the east. According to legend who came out of heaven in a giant egg, landing in the Euphrates river at sunrise on the first Sunday after the vernal equinox, then busting out of the egg and turning a bird into an egg laying rabbit. After that, the priest of Easter would sacrifice infants (human babies) and then take the eggs of easter and die them in the blood of the sacrificed infants.
Easter is always celebrated on the first Sunday after the vernal equinox (paganism). Sunday itself is a pagan day of worship in honor of their sun-god. Passover on the other hand is always celebrated on the 14th of the month of Aviv and Resurrection-Day three days later on 17th of Aviv. The Passover and Resurrection-Day of the Messiah can fall on any day of the week and in some cases fall a month away from Easter.
This happened in 2001 because of adar-veit, the addition of the thirteenth month from the year prior because of the barley not being Aviv (Ripe & Spring) on Hodesh (New Moon & Month) after the 12th month. Because of this Easter fell on Sun-Day the 15th of April while Resurrection-Day fell on Friday the 11th of May almost a full month later.
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