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  1. Default The First Easter

    The first Easter occurred a long long time ago, before there was water, before the earth was and well before Jesus was born.
    The first Easter occurred before the universe was born. And it always begins with The-Hero. You see...
    ...There was a man
    In The Boundless Spirit he dwelt
    He was The Boundless Spirit
    He was One with The-Spirit
    And The-Spirit was One with him
    And then they created
    The next part of Easter is the volunary death of The-Hero.

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    Created H1254 - bârâ’ - baw-raw’ A primitive root; (absolutely) to create; (qualified) to cut down (a wood), select, feed (as formative processes): - choose, create (creator), cut down, dispatch, do, make (fat). 23 ‘Dispatch’ means put to death.
    Vedic/Hindu
    When the gods spread the sacrifice with The Man [Purusha] as the offering, spring was the clarified butter, summer the fuel, autumn the oblation. They anointed The Man the sacrifice born at the beginning, upon the sacred grass. With him the gods, sages and those who are yet to be fulfilled sacrificed 24
    From that sacrifice in which everything was offered, the melted fat was collected, and he made it into those beasts who live in the air, in the forest and in the villages. From that sacrifice in which everything was offered the verses and chants were born, the meters were born from it, and from it the formulas were born. Horses were born from it and those other animals that have two rows of teeth; cows were born from it and from it goats and sheep were born. When they divided The Man, into how many parts did they apportion him? What do they call his mouth, his two arms and thighs and feet? His mouth became the Brahmin; his arms were made into the warrior, his thighs the people, and from his feet the servants were born. 25

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    Mother Earth and her children took counsel together against Father Heaven, and one of his sons, who was bolder than the others, undertook shamefully to mutilate Heaven; nay, he and his brothers stayed not their hands till they had cut the world-giant their father into many pieces. Out of his skull they made the firmament, and the spilling of the blood of his body caused a great flood, which, as it settled in the hollows of the earth, made up the sea. 28
    Chinese
    The emperor Hundun who was at the centre of the universe suffered because he had no eyes ears nose or mouth. The emperors Shu and Hu wanted to make him a gift of holes in his head for breathing seeing hearing and eating. They set to work drilling one hole per day in Hundun’s head. For the first six days all went well but on the seventh day Hundun died with the drilling of the seventh hole. In that very moment, the universe was born. 31
    Pan-Gu (often depicted covered with leaves like a plant) died after having worked so hard creating the universe. His breath became the winds, his voice the thunder, his eyes the sun and moon, his hair the stars, his sweat the rain, his hands and feet the four corners of the earth and his body the mountains. His blood became the rivers and streams his flesh the fields, his body hair the grass and trees, his teeth and bones rocks and minerals, his semen and marrow pearls and jade. 32

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    Odin and his brothers killed the giant Ymir. From his blood they made the sea and the lakes. The earth was fashioned from his flesh and the mountain cliffs from the bones. They made stones and gravel from the teeth, the molars and the broken bits of bone. 36
    “This was before the earth was created”, Third added 37
    They also took his skull and from it made the sky and his brain they threw up into the air and from it they made clouds.38
    From Ymir’s flesh was the earth created, from bloody sweat, the sea, cliffs from bones, trees from hair and from the head, the heavens.39

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    “Verily at the first Khaos came to be, but next wide-bosomed Gaia (Earth), the ever-sure foundations of all the deathless ones who hold the peaks of snowy Olympus. From Khaos came forth Erebos and black Nyx (Night).” 49
    “At the beginning there was only Khaos (Air), Nyx (Night), dark Erebos (Darkness), and deep Tartaros (Hell’s Pit). Ge (Earth), Aer (Air) and Ouranos (Heaven) had no existence. 50
    “Ere land and sea and the all-covering sky were made, in the whole world the countenance of nature was the same, all one, well named Chaos, a raw and undivided mass, naught but a lifeless bulk, with warring seeds of ill-joined elements compressed together. No Titan [Helios the Sun] as yet poured light upon the world, no waxing Phoebe [Selene the Moon] her crescent filled anew, nor in the ambient air yet hung the earth, self-balanced, equipoised, nor Amphitrite’s [the Sea’s] arms embraced the long far margin of the land. Though there were land and sea and air, the land no foot could tread, no creature swim the sea, the air was lightless; nothing kept its form, all objects were at odds, since in one mass cold essence fought with hot, and moist with dry, and hard with soft and light with things of weight.51

 

 

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