What is Ostara (Spring Equinox)
What is Ostara (Spring Equinox)
Ostara is a pagan holiday that celebrates the spring equinox, which occurs between March 19–22 in the Northern Hemisphere. It is named after the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre, who represents spring and new beginnings. Ostara is a Pagan solar holiday honoring the spring's warmth, light from the sun, and the awakening of the earth. Pagan celebrations during this holiday have themes of balance, renewal and rebirth. The symbols of Ostara are spring flowers, fairies, butterflies, rabbits and eggs.

Preparing for Spring Equinox

Goddess of Dawn and the Spring Equinox

What's your reaction?



0 comment

Write the first comment for this!

Facebook Conversations