A Basket of Easter Eggs
Happy Sunday sweet souls,
Happy Easter, Good Sunday and Happy Resurrection Day to everyone. I know some people may not be religious but just like St. Patrick’s Day, this is a day of inclusion and respect for all.
Plus many families use this holiday to gather their family together and enjoy the company and belief in a higher power. Seems like a good reason for celebration to me!
Easter typically falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon occurring on or after the spring equinox.
Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ in the Christian religion.
Eggs have been seen as an ancient symbol of fertility, while springtime is considered to bring a new life and rebirth.
The first story of a rabbit (later named the “Easter Bunny”) hiding eggs in a garden was published in 1680
With Mercury in Aries, communication for the next few weeks will become spontaneous, assertive, and direct- though it can be a little blunt. This is good to keep in mind when you get together with your family or loved ones, to be kind.
I haven’t celebrated an Easter since I was little but it continues to be a big holiday in the states.
One of my favorite things about Easter from my childhood was dying the eggs and putting confetti in them to later crack on each other’s heads, the Easter baskets full of goodies and of course the Easter Egg Hunts.
But being older now… I still love the original in the field Easter Egg Hunts, but now I love finding them in movies and in games! Like spotting Stan Lee in the Avengers Movies. Or opening all the treasure chests in the game, The Avatar the Last Airbender (a personal favorite).
Now, we know an "easter egg" as a hidden secret in a video game, placed there by the people who worked on and developed the project. Easter eggs can be many things, for example, a hidden message, area, item, etc. Easter eggs have been present in video games for nearly fifty years, and have since created a large community around discovering and discussing these secrets in games.
The first Easter eggs in a video game was, implemented by a programmer named Warren Robinett in Atari’s 1979 game, Adventure.
I can spend hours going through games, checking every direction and corner looking for these hidden items. There is just something unsatisfying about not finding all of them and finishing the game... it is not complete. You know what I'm saying? ***
APP Easter Eggs:
To sum it up, we love an Easter Egg Hunt! So I have brought you some hidden treasures to search for while you explore the TwinFlame App.
Natal table screen - Shake to resort
Most text screens - Swipe up/down on edge of screen to adjust
Avatar screen - Hidden shirts
Megachat - Hidden virtual reality solar system
Fun menu - Hidden chase game.
You can also catch some surprises on the app on:
April Fool's Day
Also, an awesome feature that I just discovered with TwinFlame is now you can add TwinFlame as a widget on your iPhone, so you never have to miss out what's happening with the stars.
Stay connected with us through the year, to find all the secret eggs!