With two “competing” stars in the sky, a rivalry seems to have formed between the Sun cults and the Saturn cults. The Egyptian Sun cult was the basis for Christianity, with “The Son” (Sun) Jesus as its “risen savior” and “the light of the world”; who symbolically "dies" and is "reborn" every year. Part of Christianity pits “The Son” against “Satan” (Saturn). However, the Roman Emperor Constantine—as well as the early Catholic Church—took the Christian doctrine and “Saturnized” it so to speak. They didn’t do this because they were somehow evil, but because they were dedicated to Saturn… then a dwarf star. In other words, the Sun rises every day, and is the light of our world; while Saturn no longer emitted any light, and was now symbolically “dark”… “light vs. dark.” Another thought, perhaps a nova-like reaction from the dying Saturn could have melted the glaciers and caused a great flood. This could have sunk Atlantis and other civilizations, and put an end to The Golden Age?
Islam and Judaism were clearly formed from earlier Saturn cults. The Saturnian hexagram, known today as the Star of David, is a symbol of Saturn. It also represents the divine masculine (upward triangle) and the divine feminine (downward triangle). Even some mosques feature Saturnian hexagrams on the front. The geometric properties of this symbol equal 666. However, this initially wasn’t intended to be “evil” at all. Only later, after Saturn had fizzled out, were these symbols presented as being dark or evil by the church. This nitpicking went both ways as shown in the above link. There were people who in modern times did take on Satanism in a negative form. I’m generalizing, since there are competing camps even within all of these religions. To try to sift through the “good guys vs. bad guys” within these religions would perhaps take me down a rabbit hole that I don’t wish to go down right now. Unfortunately, the positive energy elements tend to cover for the negative energy elements within their own religion. That’s part of human nature.
The people of the pre-Abrahamic Middle East were primarily Mediterranean, not Semitic. So in other words, Indo-European. Also, north of the Himalayas was the original Teutonic homeland. With some of these people migrating southward in ancient times, they were also part of this Sun-Saturn cultural and religious interaction. Their spirituality revolved around the "Black Sun," which could have either been the Sun, or it perhaps could have really meant Saturn. It’s not clear to me. Saturn seemingly would have been their star, long shining in the northern sky, and now “a black sun.” Saturn people always have to be the bad guys, right?; or is this some kind of grand global theater of occultic history? The Germanenorden (Teutonic Order) apparently had great knowledge of at least this early Teutonic history. It’s possible that the two-star system of The Golden Age made it possible for people to live on the North Pole, or part of it. Therefore the mythical Hyperborea could have existed, perhaps without seasons, and possibly illuminated twenty-four hours a day (day and dim). The ancient city of Arkaim likely was a Teutonic settlement. Also apparently there was a Saturnian Society in Germany, which later influenced the National Socialists, and eventually migrated to the United States and helped form NASA. We could probably at least say that it’s very likely that the early Teutonic religion was Saturnian.
We can only speculate on Atlantean civilizations, but Saturnian culture can at least be traced back to Sumeria. Another highly influential culture was the Phoenician civilization. The Phoenician-Caanenite religion and culture was most certainly over-the-top Saturnian! The God Saturn was called “El.” Apparently, during The Golden Age, Saturn emitted a certain subtle “purple haze” of light. The Phoenician priesthood (“the Elders”) wore purple robes. They used the Saturnian hexagram, the Star of Saturn. They were, in fact, “Satanists” using the ancient meaning of the word. The original Hebrew language has a common origin with the Phoenician-Caanenite language. That doesn’t mean they were the same people, but the powerful nation of Phoenicia-Caanen occupied a large area in the Near East.
The Saturnian God “El” as a rootword, is present in many languages, including English. It’s especially present in words dealing with aspects of authority, government, and education. For example, elder, elect, elected, elite, elevator, elevate, temple (tem-pel), bible (bi-bel), bell, steeple (ste-pel), cathedral (cathe-drel), electricity, element, elementary, etc. Phoenician temples featured “two towers” apparently, and are likely related to the Egyptian obelisk (o-bel-isk). The owl (ow-el) was a powerful symbol in the Babylonian (Ba-bel-on) culture, symbolized by their God Molech (Mo-el-ech); and they went on to construct the Tower of Babel (Ba-bel). Along with the Tower of Babel, there were many Biblical words which can be traced back to “El.” Israel (Is-ra-el), Elohim, Eli, Emanuel, Mary Magdalene (Mag-del-ene), etc. The Hebrew-originated Christian name Rachel comes to mind as well. I’m not certain if the Near Eastern God Baal (Ba-el) is another manifestation or name of the God El or not. Then there’s the word for God in Islam… Allah (A-el-ah). The Phoenicians traveled and traded far and wide, including England, so I wouldn't underestimate many other words as well.