God wants us to remember Him by celebrating His feasts. Instead, we celebrate pagan gods and goddesses by celebrating their feasts and incorporating the ugliest symbols of their feasts, and making them our traditions.
Ishtar / Astarte /Ashtaroth (where we got our ‘Easter’) was a Babylonian fertility goddess. The legend was that Semiramis, the widow of Nimrod, died and then came back, as the fertility goddess Astarte, who descended to the Euphrates River in a giant egg, broke out of the egg, and turned a dove into an egg laying rabbit. This happened on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equinox.