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Created Apr 6, 2010

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IF47-EASTER

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ycc2106


ANYTHING EASTER HERE!
ANYTHING dose'nt necessarily mean CL items but also painting, photos, poems... all kinds of creations (same for all IF-words)

This is going to be a short IF-word : From APR 20-25 (RC267-271)


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Easter Postcards + other Vintage Easter Goodies - a set on Flickr
Category:Easter in art - Wikimedia Commons

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ycc2106

Colors Of Easter


Apparently there are easter colors:
atricles don't say exactly the same thing but they generally have these and they each have a meaning:

Red
The color red is symptomatic of the blood that Lord Jesus Christ shed from his forehead, when the crown of thorns pierced into his bones. He shed the blood as an atonement for the sins of humanity. Red color is extensively used to make designs on Easter eggs. Red spring flowers such as tulips are extensively used to decorate Easter eggs and included in flower baskets.
White
Purple
Black
Yellow

Read more...

Gasp365

OstaraOstara

Using comparative linguistic evidence from continental Germanic sources, the 19th century scholar Jacob Grimm proposed the existence of a cognate form of Ēostre among the pre-Christian beliefs of the continental Germanic peoples, whose name he reconstructed as *Ostara.

Since Grimm's time, linguists have identified the goddess as a Germanic form of the reconstructed Proto-Indo-European goddess of the dawn, *Hausos and theories connecting Ēostre with records of Germanic Easter customs (including hares and eggs) have been proposed.

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ycc2106

Colors come from the IF Easter badge:
Hundert_Easter_Eggs

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