SATURN IS THE 6TH PLANET FROM THE SUN
SATURN-DAY IS THE 6TH DAY OF THE WEEK
SATURN HAS A SIXTH SIDED HEXAGON ON ITS NORTHERN POLE
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A hexagram can easily turn into a Star
Oddly enough, the number 6 appears in a hexagram 9 times, and a hexagram itself equals 666
In Sumeria and Babylon, the God of Agriculture was called Ninurta. Ninurta was represented by the planet Saturn and is the same God as the Phoenician EL.
The ancient cuneiform texts are some of the earliest known writing, dating back some 6,000 years and they tell the story of a race of beings called the Anunnaki.
This is a cylinder seal, note the solar system in the top left hand corner with the hexagram encompassing a planet, the scythe next to Ninurta and a ram in the lower right.
Many have credited this system shown in the above cylinder seal to be Nibiru / Planet X. Could this winged planet actually be Saturn ?
The Romans also worshipped Saturn, the God of Agriculture, the Greeks beforehand. Saturnalia occurred near the Winter Solstice when the sun enters Capricorn, which is the astrological house of Saturn.
The ancient name of Saturn was, EL
In Hebrew, EL is a generic word for God that also can be used for
It is also the reason why those that were chosen by EL, were called Elites. In fact the words, ELect, ELder, ELevated, ELohim, TempLE, CircLE, GospEL, ApostLE, DiscipLE, EvangELlists, etc., all derive from the Cult of EL.
The Phoenicians regarded El-Saturn as their chief deity; Eusebius informs us that EL, was a name used in the Bible as the name for God, thus being Saturn.
I often wonder if the followers of Yahweh\Baal\EL ever really consider that they may be worshipping something that maybe masquerading as GOD? or perhaps they are ‘chosen’ or ‘special’, they are blinded by the light?
Saturn Statue Switzerland.
EL ‘the bull God’ Elohim, Baal/Yahweh and Moloch, are often represented by a HORNED hand sign, representing a BULL or RAM. The Catholic Church have adopted this., so too have Presidents of the USA and the entertainment industry.
The following subject matter refers to Saturn, the Roman name for Cronus (a.k.a. Kronos, Κρόνος), King of the Titans and the personifican of Time in ancient Greek mythology. Having dethroned his own father, Uranus (Ouranos), he took his sister Rhea as his wife and queen and ruled over the Golden age when no laws were needed. However, after hearing that he would also be dethroned by his own son,
The Mutilation of Uranus by Saturn: fresco by Giorgio Vasari and Cristofano Gherardi, c. 1560
Chronos was imagined as a god, serpentine in form, with three heads – those of a man, a bull, and a lion. He and his consort, serpentine Ananke (Inevitability), circled the primal world egg in their coils and split it apart to form the ordered universe of earth, sea and sky.
Saturn (Cronus) is often depicted carrying a sickle like Father Time. (See below, reference to Grim Reaper)
Cronus devours each of his children as they are born to prevent his downfall. Still, Rhea deceived him by handing him a stone wrapped in a blanket, and thus Zeus was saved and later able to overthrow Cronus.
Saturn from a medieval book of hours.
This medieval illustration shows the Roman god Saturn in the traditional guise of an old man. The Zodiacal signs under his influence, Aquarius and Capricorn, are depicted on his left and right, respectively. He holds the sickle with which his Greek counterpart, Cronus, castrated his father. Saturn was the god of agriculture, justice and strength.
The Children of Saturn from a late 15th century astrological treatise
Boccaccio, Des cas des nobles hommes et femmes, Paris ca. 1410
Bibliothèque de Genève, Ms. fr. 190/1, fol. 11v
Peter Paul Rubens’ more Baroque-style Saturn Devouring His Son (1636) may have inspired Goya.
Saturn Cutting off Cupid’s Wings with a Scythe (1802) by Ivan Akimov
Saturno devorando a su hijo (Saturn devouring his son) 1819-1823 Francisco Goya
The World Tarot card is associated with the planet Saturn, which rules over Saturday, also known as Saturn’s Day
The other way in which Saturn’s imagery exists in modern society is as the Grim Reaper / Father Time
This article presents evidence of the ways humanity represents Saturn through the arts.