Definitions for "Ostara"
Celebration of the arrival of Spring. The days begin to grow longer than the nights. Time of renewed life. One of the eight Sabbats.
See the Spring Equinox
A Wiccan festival occurring at the Spring Equinox (on or around March 21st), which marks the beginning of true spring. A Fire festival celebrating the resurgence of Earth fertility, and an ideal time for magic.
Keywords:  lanz, liebenfels, von, hitler, blonden
A series of anti-Semitic pamphlets published by Lanz von Liebenfels between 1907 and 1910. Hitler bought these regularly and in 1909, Hitler sought out Lanz and asked for back copies.
periodical published by Lanz von Liebenfels in which he claimed his belief that the German Aryans were an exalted group that was destined to dominate the world.
The magazine Ostara (full title: Ostara, Briefbücherei der Blonden und Mannesrechtler, English Ostara, letter collection of fair-haired and male's laws) was founded in 1905 by the mystic Lanz von Liebenfels in Vienna. According to von Liebenfels, the magazine was published in 100.000 exemplares for a time. It appeared 89 times until 1917.It was said that this magazine was read by Adolf Hitler, though upon annexing Austria, he had von Liebenfels' work banned.
Ostara is a music group "described in the musical press as a neo-folk / pop music hybrid", founded by Richard Leviathan (born Richard Levy) and Timothy Jenn as a change of name and stylistic direction from their previous band, Strength Through Joy. Jenn left the band in 2001; current members are Leviathan, Stu Mason, Tim Desmond, and x Bronski Beat/Communards bassist Dave Renwick. Finnish musician Kari Hatakka, known as the singer of the famous band Waltari, plays synthesizers on some Ostara tracks.