Tuesday, March 10, 2015

The Cult of Saturn: Part 1

Years ago, while attending a lecture by Jordan Maxwell, I recall him saying right from the get-go that everything today revolves around “Saturn worship.” Of course we always hear people saying that “this or that” is the main point, but I kept it in the back of my mind afterwards. I can say now that he was correct. Months ago I had wanted to make a series on Saturn, but I quickly found out that the more I learned.. the more I realized there was to learn. It would be a massive undertaking. It’s simply something that one must discover on their own, or not.

In other words, I’m going to make something of a half–hearted attempt at scratching the surface. The subject is so intertwined with other subjects that it’s difficult to cut those connections off; also, facts and unsupported speculation are eerily merged in a way that I have never seen before. Each building block of truth requires much effort to prove just in themselves, which is why this is really more of a personal journey for anyone interested.

I recognize that there are two expressions of interest in Saturn. One facilitated by elites, and one of merely seeking the historical truth about Saturn and Earth interaction.. and accepting whatever findings as part of our collective history. Unfortunately, the loud expressions of the former stands out greatly and form a major distraction from the truthseeking process. Certainly ancient occult Saturn symbolism is overwhelmingly part of popular culture, corporate logos, governments, the court systems, art, and architecture.

If one does a YouTube search for “Cult of Saturn,” there are many full length videos on the subject. The ancient Saturnian code demands that the truth must be put forth “for those who wish to know”… and the clues, coincidences, and connections of this codex are almost endless. I’ll try to outline a small portion of this shadowy world which exists right under the surface of everyday life.
The Saturnian doctrine apparently idealizes something called “The Golden Age.” Not a golden age, but The Golden Age. It’s not entirely clear of even what this really is, but it may be the time of Atlantis, Lemuria, and perhaps other highly advances cultures which could have existed from 11,000 to 15,000 years ago. They were to have been destroyed by natural disasters, an asteroid, sudden Earth changes, or warfare. It must have been something substantial since this was clearly a type of “world culture” due to the common artifacts found all over the world.

Cosmology was seemingly a big part of the Golden Age, which could have existed under a completely different sky. There’s a growing segment of the scientific community—especially as a result of recent plasma research—which is accepting the “electric universe” theory over the mainstream “gravity universe.” Electricity being the force, and plasma the conductor. In this ancient sky, there were probably “two Suns.” Saturn was a star in the northern sky, closer than today. Many of the planets were to have been closer, and dramatic interactive electrical charges between them were to have been visible from the Earth… forming “Cosmic wheels.” These visual patterns could be the basis for many of the powerful ancient symbols. For example, symbols of stick men with two dots originate from ancient plasma discharges in the ancient solar system.

If all this sounds bizarre, then it would not be any more bizarre than the obsession—past and present—with Saturn. The ancients actually knew features on Saturn’s surface which they could not possibly have known under the current understanding. Even the Sumerians, five to six thousand years ago, knew of all of the planets. This seemingly would give them serious credibility, which would seem to give their historical account of extraterrestrial contact and the entire history of the Earth some credibility as well. How did the ancients know of all of the planets, and even features on Saturn’s surface? I will get to those features—which are the basis for much of the ancient Saturnian symbolism—later on.

Saturn, Venus, Mars… these planets were very well known to the ancient civilizations. Some of the theory of the electric universe could explain this, with many of these planets having been much closer than they are today. This gathering of planets so close to the earth, and the electric charges from planet to planet may have been the source of much of the global mythologies. In other words… the planets where the “gods and goddesses.” For example, the ancient goddess Inanna was based on the planet Venus, and likely the “cosmic thunderbolts” which surrounded it. "The Golden Age was when Heaven was close to the Earth.” At a much later point, Islam adopted—not the Moon—but Venus as the bottom rocker “crescent”.. as this is how Venus was to have appeared in the ancient sky during The Golden Age, due to the electrical interaction between Mars and Venus. Christianity and Islam were built upon many earlier religions.


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