The High Feast of Easter

In the Mythos of the Divine Maid, the Maid is restored to life by the tears of her Mother and walks on the Earth bringing all nature back to life. Flowers spring up as she passes. Easter Day is also the first day of Spring and the first day of the year. You can read more in All About Easter. The association of Easter with eggs is a natural one as they represent new life at springtime, but there is also a deeper symbolism in connection with the creation of the world; in a very real sense, Easter is the re-creation of the world. See Great Dove of the Waters.

The High Feast of Easter

In the Mythos of the Divine Maid, the Maid is restored to life by the tears of her Mother and walks on the Earth bringing all nature back to life. Flowers spring up as she passes. Easter Day is also the first day of Spring and the first day of the year. You can read more in All About Easter. The association of Easter with eggs is a natural one as they represent new life at springtime, but there is also a deeper symbolism in connection with the creation of the world; in a very real sense, Easter is the re-creation of the world. See Great Dove of the Waters.

Kala and Hiatus

Now from the time when the Daughter of Heaven had passed through the first gate of Hell, a barrenness had fallen on the earth; and neither bird had sung nor any flower showed its beauty forth; nor was there joy in any heart. But when the Maid was slain upon the pillar of the world, an awful darkness fell on all the earth. And the rivers of the earth ceased to flow, but drained away into the salt sea, and the sea ceased to move, but stood still in awful stagnancy... And every growing thing began to wither from its roots.

From The Mythos of the Divine Maid

The story-beyond-time of the Maid's journey to the Dark Realm has been expressed throughout history; for some ancient examples see the article on Demeter and Persephone.