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Spring Connection Easter, Passover, and Other Festivals

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ISBN-10: 1484958381

ISBN-13: 9781484958384

Edition: N/A

Authors: Yasushi Nozawa

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Why does the date of Easter change every year? Is there any connection between spring and Passover? If Jesus was crucified during Passover Sunday, why does Easter come before Passover sometimes? What is the relation between Bunnies and Easter or eggs and Easter? Why do Japanese celebrate a secular Vernal Equinox Day? The author has given answers to these questions, based on his research on the origin of spring celebration in different ancient civilizations. For instance, this book explains why gaps between stone pillars in Stonehenge pointed toward the direction of sunrise on the vernal equinox. The author also has presented his discovery on the origin of the Hebrew calendar and a new…    
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Book details

List price: $7.50
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication date: 5/27/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 50
Size: 5.00" wide x 8.00" long x 0.12" tall
Weight: 0.220
Language: English

Dr. Yasushi Nozawa was born in Tokyo, Japan. He came to the United States and received M.S and Sc.D. degrees in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT. After his retirement from engineering, he began writing as a second career. He writes in two different fields: the genre of biographical fictions and memoirs, and science and religions, specializing in the rational explanation of religious phenomena. He has written several dozen articles in both fields for periodicals. He has also published, "Temporary Permanence" subtitled, "My Life in America: Humorous Short Stories Based on Experiences Of a Japanese Engineer," a collection of biographical short stories written under the pen name, Yashi…