Tune in at 12 a.m., Monday, April 1st, and hear the Gypsy Scholar present the Orphic Essay-with-Soundtrack, “The Many Eostres / Easters: A Choice of Rebirth Hallelujahs.” This musical essay explores the pagan origins of the Christian holiday of Easter by looking to the Vernal Equinox/Spring and the Anglo-Saxon goddess Ēostre, which for pagan peoples meant “rebirth.” Be sure to check out the “Eostre-Easter” webpage at revradiotowerofsong.com, so you can literally “see what I mean.”