It’s All About Saturn… (pt. One)

Throughout humankind, our history has been written and rewritten by the few who’ve held power. Ancient cataclysmic events that had instilled a collective fear had been forgotten throughout generations, only to be remembered by the recorded accounts written by priestly rulers. The naming of planetary objects personified them, leaving misinterpreted versions of what had occurred. The priestly rulers took advantage of this, by keeping the actual accounts secret and shaping the misinterpretations to fit the narratives they’d created to better control the masses. The stories that make up the Holy Bible are just that, archetypal stories with moral messages for the simple-minded. However, there lies a subordinate undertone within each message, fabricated as a means of controlling the masses. The stories and characters, particularly Jesus, are actually based, not on pagan deities but planetary objects worshipped and ancient rituals performed by the ancient Mesopotamia.

Worldwide mythologies and esoteric traditions generally speak of a cycle of four ages of man. These are not the scientific community’s demarcations of historical progress either. Rather, these traditions split man’s existence in epochs: the Golden, Silver, Bronze, and Iron. Today, we are said to live within an Iron Age of Industry and Technology. Before that, a Bronze Age of heroic mythology existed, preceded by a Silver Age born out of chaos, which had ended the greatest of ages: the mythical paradise of the Golden Age.

Before the Roman Empire ruled the world, Babylon had ruled. Rome became a newer Babylon after the Babylonians of Mesopotamia went into Syria and some into Egypt. By transplantation many of them flocked further west where land was much more prosperous in Seleucid times than now. There were huge farms all over Syria, from the Mediterranean eastwards even beyond Palmyra. Syria and the Seleucid Empire were saturated with Chaldean and Babylonian teaching. Its religion and philosophies, while using Greek names and Greek cultural words, were nevertheless thoroughly Babylonian. The temperaments of those people who moved to Antioch, Syria, and eventually Rome, were suited to such a religion.

This religion was of a Saturnus cult who worshipped the sun. This was not the Sun we have today, however. The solar system was very different back in what they had called the “Golden Age.” The pagan gods worshipped were massive, electromagnetic objects in the sky, that we now call ‘’planets.’’ Many ancient civilizations tell songs and stories of a primordial ‘age of darkness’ before the Golden Age, and the known existence of the sun. This is not to be construed to be an age that was black as night, but rather, the only available light was subdued and hued with a distinctive color that would come to be associated with what ancient Mesoamericans knew as the ‘great creator god.’ There is not a single race on Earth that has not preserved at least one account of this giant orb positioned above Earth’s north polar region, rotating widely, and immovable.

Also known as the “primordial dawn of eternal twilight,” or the “purple dawn,” the Earth was wrapped in a sea of celestial purple that radiated a dense warmth from a single source permanently stationed at the far north of the heavens. With the Sun that we know today nowhere around, there was no cycle of night and day. No stars could even be seen through the dense atmospheric purple haze caused by the purple hexagonal pole of our first sun, which always faced Earth.

The giant disk or orb was the ‘lord of the rings’ planet Saturn. Today, Saturn may be the cold, central core of what used to be a brown dwarf star, but during this Golden Age, it was our planet’s sun. Even though it’s called a brown dwarf, to the human eye, it had more of a purple or magenta-like appearance. According to our Electric Universe, if Saturn was a brown dwarf star, then it would have produced its own far-reaching heliosphere, or plasma sheath; a type of electric egg-like cocoon, which would have acted like a dull mirror reflecting the star’s warm radiation back to the planet’s surface producing this purplish glow.

To the ancients of the Golden, Silver, and Bronze ages, this dull, moon-like disk from the time of the purple dawn came to be identified as the sleeping form of the god Kronos (Greek), Saturn (Latin), Ra (Egyptian), Enlil (Mesopotamia), Tlaloc (Aztec; later changed to Quetzalcoatl), and Shangdi (China). More names attributed to this planetary deity will follow.

At about this time Saturn’s formerly impenetrable plasma sheath dissipated as it equalised with the Sun’s heliosphere. This now allowed the brightest stars in the galaxy to now be seen from Earth. The brightest by far of these was the Sun, at that time still a distant yet growing light that rose in the East and set in the West. Though Saturn still shone as its own sun, the arrival of the Sun and its ability to shed light through Saturn’s plasma sheath now meant the Earth experienced the phenomenon of day and night.

Up to nine new smaller celestial bodies could also now be seen orbiting Saturn while the planet’s new rings were now illuminated from the side by the Sun’s more powerful light. This made them appear as crescents that spun cyclically around Saturn’s circumference when seen at different times during Earth’s rotation. The result for life on Earth would never be the same again. The Saturnian System was now established, making Kronos king of the heavens and giving man a measurement of time.

Mankind flourished during this period and for the duration of Saturn’s precarious life as Earth’s polar sun–a position threatened by the unstable nature of the newly-born planet Venus and the encroachment of the Sun and its own planetary satellites. With the new ability to tell time and measure, man could now put them to use in surveying a world which would give of its bounty freely due to the continued radiating warmth of the flared Saturn, the god of harvest.

(To be Continued…)