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Ostara

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By Morningbird

The Goddess Ostara is a Germanic Goddess of springtime and the dawn. Her name is believed to be related to the word East, from which the light of dawn emerges.

Rabbits and eggs are symbols of Ostara. In Wiccan tradition, Ostara is viewed as representative of the Maiden archetype.

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