EASTER: what it is (the Playboy Easter Cosmic Egg) A multitude of symbolic events are thrown into the night preceding the Passover of the spring equinox, March 21, the most important date in the Egyptian calendar and in all the various sun-based myths. (Christians turnt it out into a myth of a solar eclipse of three incredible hours). The Spring equinox was next to the summer solstice, the single most important cosmic event for all ancient cultures and religions and the Christians ruined it. It’s the supremely symbolic moment when the sun’s returning vigor actually draws equal to and then surpasses the forces of darkness. For the Egyptians, this particular night was symbolic of the dark night of the soul in incarnation, which ended with the soul passing over the boundary at Easter, just three days later. All processes of transformation, purifying, perfecting, glorifying, reach their consummation on the last marge of the night period as it breaks into the dawn of Easter’s spiritual sun. In the Egyptian calendar (we still used today), this would be the night of the Passover of Spring. It was for this reason that the Egyptian drama placed the crowning of every spiritual process on this eventful equinoctial night. And then we have the Catholics taking up the wafer (sun) and swallowing it up. Catholics in part named themselves after the nickname of Ra. All the gods in Egypt were only forms, attributes, or phases of Ra, the solar sun god, who himself was the supreme symbol or metaphor for god. Note; Pope Victor 1, reputed to be a blackman took the papal chair in 189AD. He got tired of some Catholic worshiping Easter on the 14th day of the moon when collectively “the Jews” killed Jesus or the Lamb (or 13th of Nisan/March/April). No more of this it will always be on a Sunday because Jesus=The sun. But if you’re an historical person the memorial or anniversary of your death has to be at the same time not day. Malcolm X was killed on a Sunday February 21, 1965. However February 21 doesn’t fall on a Sunday every year we recognize his life and the day he was cut down.