Earth's seasons, equinoxes & solstices Season to Season: Earth's Equinoxes & Solstices that awesome graphic that was here on March 20th, is now in Astronomy, & Science & Nature > Earth Science and > Weather.
Eostre is the Anglo-Saxon\Norse Goddess of Spring and of the East. The new Christian religion took the name and direction to make their holiday of Easter. As with many a God and Goddess, she has a special time, Dawn. “The dawning of a new spring day” is a saying that incorporates the Goddess’s time with the reason for the celebration, anew and rebirth. Her symbol is the Egg and her favorite animal is the Hare.
Vernal Equinox Google doodle welcomes the first day of spring
Ohigan お彼岸 (Vernal Equinox Week)March 20th is Spring Equinox day which is public holiday. Ohigan is for one week and Spring Equinox day is in the middle of this week. This day is for praising to nature and being affectionate to animals. We pray to our ancestors especially this week. We made Ohagi for ancestors today. Of course we eat them later. Yum Yum…
The spring, or vernal, equinox is the time of the year when the sun crosses the plane of the earth’s equator, and day and night are of equal length across the entire planet. Description from raw-devotion.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images