Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The Cult of Saturn: Part VI

Roman Temple of Saturn
I should have mentioned that Saturn was a Roman God as well, although that was a latter manifestation with many associations attached to it. Still standing is the Roman Temple of Saturn. The following animated link is of the timeless storm on the north pole of Saturn, circling the hexagram always to the left. This is reenacted when Muslims make their pilgrimage to Mecca and hundreds of thousands circle the "black cube".. always rotating to the left. Islam was born from many earlier Saturnian cults. A "Sheriff" in ancient Egypt was a law-giver and his badge was always a six-pointed hexagram star... just like today.

Filmmaker, author, and scholar Jay Weidner is a good name to search on YouTube.. as he has been a guest on many truthseeking programs, and is a good source of information on Stanley Kubrick. Two other good links are 'The Saturn Myth' and 'Saturn, Satan, and 666'. Another name to search is author Troy D. McLachlan. His website is, and he authored the book 'The Saturn Death Cult'

The electric universe

Immanuel Velikovsky is credited as the chief pioneer of this theory, and many related ideas. He authored the book 'Worlds in Collision' in 1950. The two other names in this subject are David Talbott and Wallace Thornhill. They co-authored the book and DVD 'Thunderbolts of the Gods'. Their great website is The Thunderbolts Project - "A voice for the Electric Universe." Their excellent accompanying YouTube channel is ThunderboltsProject. David Talbott also authored  'The Saturn Myth'. If this theory is ever proven true, the smug mainstream so-called "universe experts" should be run out've town on a rail.

The Giza Death Star

The concept of ancient interplanetary warfare and a "Giza death star" seem far fetched until you start to examine it. The similarities between the 2.8 billion year old "Klerksdorp spheres," the Saturnian moon Iapetus, and the "Death Star" from the movie 'Star Wars' is incredible. One could say that George Lucas merely used Iapetus as a model, except for the fact that the features of Iapetus were not photographed until 2004. Just the fact that the Klerksdorp spheres are 2.8 billion years old should be enough to consider some revisionist ideas. 'Mysterious similarities of Klerksdorp spheres and Iapetus/Deathstar'. There must be an answer to all of this somewhere. [Just in case I lose the image link to the visual comparison of the three]

The main person in this area of study is Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, and that would be another good name to look up on YouTube. He has authored numerous popular books, including 'The Giza Death Star' and 'The Cosmic War', and his website is The video The Ancient Cosmic War is based on a recent Joseph P. Farrell interview on Red Ice Radio. 


I just wanted to drop a few more names who have researched these subjects, and would be great to search on YouTube along with "Saturn." Jordan Maxwell, Santos Bonacci, David Icke, David Wilcock, William Cooper, James McCanney, Norman Bergrun, and Chuck Missler. 

I mainly took the time to put this series together because it was on-subject in that it ties so closely with old pagan traditions, ancient spirituality, and folk traditions. It's just a part that cannot be left out. A person could have a blog entirely devoted to this and related subjects; and just continue to comb through the facts, history, theories, connections, coincidences, and the ultimate breadth of it all. It's the missing puzzle piece of human history.

'Symbols of an Alien Sky' by the Thunderbolts Project (full documentary)


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