German goddess Ostara (or Eostre) is the goddess of Spring and the goddess for whom this sabbat is named. The goddess Ostara is also associated with the dawn.
“Luna Meets Brigid at Imbolc” by Wendy Andrew
Artodyssey: Helena Nelson-Reed The play of form with the source gets complicating to the point of driving one to a climax and through to the gates of crest.
Eostre, Germanic Goddess of Spring and the Dawn--Eoster Easter Eastre Ostara Equinox Moon Goddess Germanic gods and goddesses Teutonic gods and goddesses Anglo-Saxon gods and goddesses
"The Goddess Ostara’s (Eostre’s) celebration day can vary from the spring equinox (circa March to the first full moon after the equinox. The Goddess Ostara
Another beautiful Ostara image
Paulina Stuckey-Cassidy The Christian Easter holiday is derived from the pagan…
Here's a simple ritual that everyone can do to celebrate Ostara or the Spring Equinox! But first, here's a little history on Ostara. Ostar...
Ostara Blessings by Jennifer Galasso
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Eostre at Spring Equinox by Wendy Andrew. (From the Luna Moon Hare series) "It's good to see that you are full of the joys of spring! I am Eostre and your journey has brought you here to Ostara. It is the Spring Equinox.
and the wheel of the year turns to Ostara/ Spring, Vernal Equinox Circa March Eostre, Maiden of the Spring is flushed with youth and vitality. She spreads her seeds of promise. The earth wakens and the wheel turns.
Rhiannon, Welsh Goddess of the earth, fertility, horses and birds, who also has links to the Underworld (artist: Helena Nelson Reed)