Uploaded on Mar 29, 2009
Legend of the "Easter bunny"
Its origin dates back to Anglo-Saxon pre-Christian holidays, when the rabbit was the symbol of
associated with the fertility goddess Easter, who was engaged in April. Progresses,
This image was included to Easter and from the nineteenth century, began to manufacture the
stuffed chocolate and sugar in Germany, this led to a curious legend
mind that, when put to the tomb that Jesus had given Joseph of Arimathea, in the
Cave had a hidden rabbit, to see how very frightened all the people came, and cried
was sad because Jesus had died.
The rabbit was there watching when the body of Jesus had the stone that closed the entrance
and saw what I saw and wondered who would be the Lord who both wanted all people.
That happened a long time, seeing it, went all day and all night, when suddenly, he saw the rabbit
somewhat surprising: Jesus stood up and folded the sheets with which he had been involved. An angel
removed the stone and Jesus tapaba entry out of the cave! more alive than ever!
The rabbit understood that Jesus was the Son of God and decided she had to warn the world and
all those who wept, who no longer had to be sad because Jesus had risen.
Because rabbits can not talk, they did if they had painted an egg, they
understand the message of joy and life and so he did.
Since then, the legend, the rabbit runs every Sunday from Easter eggs to give
Color on every house to remind the world that Jesus was resurrected and has to live happy
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