Spring Equinix, Passover and Easter

March 20th is Spring Equinox, the Astrological New Years, as well as the Biblical New Year. It is also the beginning of the Persian and Bahá'í calendars. Mother Day is celebrated on this day in many Arab countries, maybe because of the ancient association between the goddess of dawn and the Spring Equinox, but I doubt they will be very pleased with this connection. If you live in Los Angeles, I will be doing a workshop on Spring Equinox, Passover, and Easter the 24th of March.
On Spring Equinox the great feathered serpent of Kukulkan climbs the Chichen Itza pyramid, offering himself for sacrifice, just as Attis, the vegetation god of Phrygia sacrificed himself only to resurrect three days later. Sounds familiar?