The origin of Easter eggs

Update:21 Aug 2019

Regarding the origin of the resurrection egg, the first legend is: describe the virgin Mary Madalina in tears, and suddenly saw two people wearing dazzling clothes standing next to them. When she returned home, The vision that was seen was painted on the Easter egg before it was given to the disciples of Jesus. The disciples also used pigeons to spread the message. The second legend is that Saint Devan was stoned to death by the enemy in memory of his stay.

Another legend is that the man who carried the cross for Jesus was a merchant selling eggs. One day, he saw a lot of beautiful painted Easter eggs in the basket, so he passed on this message to people.

Easter happened on the first Sunday after the full moon and spring equinox. It was a day to commemorate the birth of Yastalu, the half-sister of the Pagan god West Asia, who was also Baal's mistress. According to legend, Baal learned that his sister Yastaru was born in a swan egg, and went to look for it in the bushes; when he found it, he hugged a rabbit in his arms; when the rabbit grew up, he became a beauty, and Ba Ba Li cohabited, and later saved Baal's life during the crisis. The etymology of the English word Easter Easter is Yastalu.

Easter, celebrated today, is actually a fusion of many ancient traditions. It comes partly from the ancient Spring Festival and partly from Christian rituals commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Most people recognize

The word "Easter" comes from the goddess EASTRE, which is believed by the Anglo-Saxons, who is a symbol of spring. In this way, it is not difficult to understand how "the festival of the goddess EASTRE" has evolved into the word "EASTER" today. Easter is an important Christian holiday. After the spring equinox (March 21), the first Sunday after the first full moon is Easter. Its specific time can be as early as March 22, or as late as April 25. Many important dates of the Christian calendar relate to specific dates for Easter. Many customs and legends of Easter festivals have nothing to do with Christianity. Of all the symbolic things related to Easter, the Easter egg is the most important, it symbolizes richness and rebirth. Customs and traditions involving eggs have been part of Easter festivals for hundreds of years. Initially, Easter eggs were painted in bright colors to symbolize the sunshine of spring, and were used in egg roll competitions or as gifts. Lovers and romantic lovers color eggs and paint them in various patterns and exchange each other. In the Middle Ages, owners used to give eggs to servants at Easter. In Germany, adults give eggs to children along with other Easter gifts