his wholiness the rev drjon (drjon) wrote,
his wholiness the rev drjon
drjon

"Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but to eat your braaaains."

 
WARNING: Blasphemous Images.
JESUS IS COMING! AIM FOR THE HEAD!!! [PicPost from a different lifetime.]

Happy Easter. I hope you're enjoying your Special Bunny "Chocolate". Not only does it cure scurvy, it's a Zombie Repellant, you know.

Just in case I'm accused of one-eyed-ness, this: (via someone--could have been five or six different peeps, sorry)
Eostre: The Making of a Myth Part 2
http://cavalorn.livejournal.com/568052.html
...there are sound reasons for doubting Bede's statement that Eosturmonath was named for a Goddess called Eostre. (This article is sound and helpful, despite the Christian bias.) Anglo-Saxon days were named after Gods (Woden's Day, Freya's Day and so on) but their months were typically named after calendrical events, seasonal weather conditions, or customary activities.
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