why do we eat ham on easter

QUESTION: What is the origin of Easter ham? ANSWER: The Easter ham, and most other "Easter" traditions actually have their roots in Paganism and have nothing to do with Christian commemorations of the Resurrection of Jesus. Although Christianity observes Easter to acknowledge the Resurrection, most know it is not the actual day of this event. Still, Paganistic rituals infiltrated the Christian Church and have become intermingled to the point of misconceptions. The word Easter is in the Bible only once and is used Acts chapter 12. There it tells that King Herod (an evil pagan) was preparing to participate in Easter rituals at the time of Peter's arrest.


So Herod delayed bringing Peter forth for sentencing until the pagan rituals were over. (You can read this miraculous story in verses 1-19)
What were these rituals and where did they begin? Noah's grandson (Cush) and his wife Semiramis had a son named Nimrod. Reports say that after Cush's death, Nimrod married his own mother and became a mighty king. He too was eventually killed. His mother then began the deceit of deifying her son/husband, claiming he had become a "sun-god" (the origin of "Easter Sunrise services), and he was then to be called Baal. (Baal was worshipped as a god of fertility and promoted sexual sin. ) She proclaimed that the people of Babylon should worship him and that he was with them in the form of a flame.


This wicked Queen, doing the work of Satan, was creating a new religion and set herself up as the goddess called "Ishtar. " Hence the root of the pronunciation "Easter. " After she became pregnant, she bore a son named Tammuz claiming he was the product of a sunray, which caused her to conceive.


But Tammuz grew to be a hunter and was later killed by a wild pig. "Ishtar" then designated a forty day period (the source of Lent) to mark the anniversary of Tammuz's death. During this time, no meat was to be eaten. Every year, on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the spring equinox, a celebration was made. Ishtar also proclaimed that because a pig killed Tammuz, that a pig must be eaten on that Sunday. This is of course a condensed version of all pagan beliefs originating Easter.


Satan is a master deceiver, and has filled the world with idolatries, lies, and misconceptions. The Easter Ham and all else promoting the ancient pagan religion of Mystery Babylon (per "Ishtar") are customs of the false god, Baal. I use to eat all pork items. as well as shell fish and possibly other what the Bible calls unclean meat until I decided to look into it from a Biblical potential as well as from a wellness potential. Low and behold there truly was a purpose for why God referred to as some meat clean and unclean. Pork is unclean due to the fact it carries disease within its meat,and even cooking can not kill all of the possible dangers.


But also pigs consume flesh of other animals as effectively as garbage, poop, something. So do all shell fish, and all unclean meat. God knew what he was performing by declaring some meat clean and unclean, and even even though I am not Jewish and am cost-free to eat anything I select to consume as all Christians are. I choose to follow Gods directive to stay with clean meat. As is mentioned. You will know the truth. And the truth shall set you free.