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Easter and significance

Easter is a memorable holiday observed by Christians worldwide as a time of renewal, the commemoration of Jesus’ resurrection, and spiritual rebirth. While Easter primarily refers to religious themes, its connection to astrology is also significant. Let’s look at how these two holidays intertwine symbolism and significance.


History of Easter

Easter is the oldest and most significant Christian festival, commemorating Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead, as the Bible recounts. According to Mark’s Gospel, Jesus was crucified on his day of preparation before being buried in a tomb.

On the third day after his burial, Jesus rose from the dead, fulfilling his prophecy before his crucifixion. This event is commemorated as Easter Sunday – commemorated as the resurrection and celebrated on Easter Sunday, which falls on the first full moon following the vernal equinox.

“Easter” derives from the Old English “Eastre,” a festival commemorating spring’s arrival. In the 8th century, Christians adopted this same celebration to mark Jesus Christ’s resurrection, which occurred during the same time of year as its pagan counterpart.


Astrology: Its Importance

Astrology studies celestial bodies such as the sun, moon and planets and their effect on human affairs and natural phenomena. Practised for thousands of years around the world, astrology has had a significant role in many cultures throughout recorded history.

Astrology believes the sun, moon and planets are archetypal forces that shape human behaviour and the natural world. Each celestial body carries certain qualities and characteristics associated with it; their motions and positions are believed to significantly impact our lives.


The connection between Astrology and Easter

Astrology and Easter have a deep-seated connection, as evidenced by the holiday’s date and symbolism. Easter falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equinox according to Gregorian calendar rules that consider the movements of the Earth, Sun, and Moon.

The vernal equinox ushers in springtime, a time of renewal and new beginnings. As days grow longer and sunlight returns to Earth, it symbolises the sun’s rebirth and cosmic cycles. The full moon that follows immediately afterwards serves as a symbol of this renewed energy flow.

Easter’s symbolism is closely connected to Aries, the zodiac sign associated with new beginnings, rebirth and resurrection. Aries is the first sign of the zodiac, and its energy is marked by enthusiasm, courage and vitality. Aries is ruled by Mars – associated with action, passion strength.

The Easter story itself is filled with astrological allegory. Jesus Christ rising after three days symbolises the cycles of the sun, moon and planets; furthermore, three is an auspicious number in astrology as it signifies three stages of transformation: initiation, change and illumination.

Jesus Christ’s resurrection symbolises life’s victory over death and the promise of new beginnings. This message is also echoed in the cycles of nature, where death is followed by rebirth, and endings usher in new beginnings.


Cultural Roots of Easter

Easter has cultural roots that date back thousands of years, with celebrations and traditions that have evolved throughout history. For instance, Easter eggs originated as a pagan symbol representing fertility and new life – they were used by ancient Persians, Egyptians, and Greeks during springtime festivals. Christians then adopted this practice to symbolise Jesus’ resurrection.

An iconic cultural tradition associated with Easter is the Easter bunny, which originated in German folklore. Legend has it that this magical creature would lay colorful eggs inside nests made by children and has since spread worldwide as a famous symbol of Easter celebrations.

Connections to Pagan Origins

Easter has roots in pagan traditions, such as celebrating the arrival of spring. The ancient pagan festival Eostre, held in honour of a goddess by that name, is believed to be the origin of modern-day Easter festivities. This festival marked the start of spring by feasting, dancing and lighting bonfires.

Easter celebrations often incorporate eggs as symbols of fertility and new life, making them appropriate for spring. In some cultures, eggs were painted or dyed bright colours to symbolise the return of light and warmth after long winters.



Easter is a worldwide religious celebration commemorating Jesus Christ’s resurrection. While it primarily follows religious customs, Easter also has deep-seated connections to astrology; its date and significance are determined by celestial bodies such as the sun, moon, and planets’ movements and positions.

Astrology and Easter are intrinsically linked, reminding us of the interconnectedness of all things in the universe. It reminds us how natural cycles reflect in our lives, offering hope and new beginnings no matter how dark or challenging the circumstances.

Finally, the connection between astrology and Easter invites us to reflect on its more profound significance, connecting our mundane lives with our spiritual and mystical dimensions. It encourages us to look beyond surface-level things and ponder greater mysteries within the universe.

Astrology can offer us a valuable framework for comprehending the cycles of the universe and our place within them. It helps us navigate life’s ups and downs, finding meaning and purpose in our experiences.

In conclusion, the connection between astrology and Easter is a powerful reminder of the vast mysteries of our universe and our place within it. By delving into its symbolism and significance, we can gain greater insight into cycles such as life, death, and rebirth and connect with the spiritual dimensions of our lives.

Easter, whether seen from a religious or astrological perspective, is an opportunity to celebrate the promise of new beginnings and all of life’s infinite possibilities.

About Dadhichi Toth, the Author

Dadhichi Toth Vedic Astrologer
Dadhichi Toth Vedic Astrologer and best-selling author. Dadhichi’s the founder of

Dadhichi Toth is a revisionary astrologer who works with both Eastern and Western systems of astrology.

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