I find it fascinating that traditional celebratory days are often tied to what’s happening in the heavens.
Let’s take Easter; it always falls on the weekend after the full moon in Libra. First there is the equinox, on this day it is equal day and night all over the planet; then we have to wait for the full moon, which may fall during the following week (as it does this year) or not for several weeks, this is why the date for Easter varies. Great care was always taken to work out the correct date of the equinox. Can you imagine - the scholars of ancient times didn’t have telescopes, clocks or the measuring devices we have today and their calendars were nowhere near as accurate; they had to do it by observation! How they managed to detect the slight difference in day length from one day to the next astounds me!
The Chinese New Year is another event/ceremony tied to the heavens. It is always celebrated on the new moon in Aquarius.
Have a wonderful Easter.
Wishing you joy,