Why Easter is Celebrated on a Different Date Each Year

Easter is on a different day every year…it is important to understand why.

An epic battle is being fought in the heavens and in nature. There will be lots of new life and lots of thriving between now and the end of summer. During fall, things seem to die but come back to life in at the end of winter. This story has been told and retold as an epic battle for Ages. Any fair battle starts with a clean battle field. Each army (or professional fighter) stands across from the other and the battle field is as even as possible before the war begins. With pro fighters, everything is as equal as possible – their weight and qualifications nearly identical.

Equal is the key here.

The sun controls life on earth right down to the time of year life begins: Spring. This is when the struggle for survival begins…the battle has begun.

Easter is at the end of a countdown of celestial equality.

To arrive at Easter’s date:

First we wait for the Spring Equinox – This is when day and night are EQUAL.

Next, we watch for a full moon – This is when both the earth and moon have EQUAL light and dark.

Finally, we celebrate Easter on the following SUNday

The Easter celebration is the celebration of the beginning of the sun’s battle in the sky; a battle that affects every living thing on this planet. This is why Easter is celebrated on this day. Today is the day when the slate is cleared and the battle begins.

Happy Easter!


(VIDEO) – Girl Trolls Everyone – Thanks God For The Japan Earthquake

This was an interesting experiment in human behavior. She as joking all along and that fact will add some more fascinating aspects to the whole thing. Christians were so quick to tell her to kill herself, die, go to hell, etc. Death threats were made, her home address and phone number were posted online…all for something she said. I love watching Christians show their true colors.

She took her YouTube channel down but here is the original video:

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