Judaism, Islam and Christianity are all based upon the worship of Saturn, which is clear within Judaism and Islam but not so clear in Christianity. Both Judaism and Islam use the symbolism of the Black Cube of Saturn within their religion, and the Christian Cross is a cube opened out to form this unequal-armed cross. Since the fish was the earliest symbol of Christianity this suggests a distortion at a later time when the cross replaced the Fish of Pisces.
The so-called 'Star of David' represents the Black Cube of Saturn as can be seen from the above. The Black Cube represents matter and in certain representations of 'The Devil' of the Tarot Cards the figure sits upon a Black Cube.
There is a problem here, since Saturn was, according to Roman Mythology, the God of the Golden Age. How can such a figure be the same as the figure of the 'Lord of Misrule'? The name 'Saturn' seems to be rooted in the same as 'Satya', the Hindu name for the Golden Age of Perfection, the Root *sat forming both names. The term refers to Being. Saturn is the Greek Kronos who is said to be the 'God of Time', and Kronos is said to be chained on an island, awaiting his time to awaken again. Originally, it would seem, Kronos was more like the Egyptian Osiris and a God of Grain. Things seem to have been somewhat mixed up here.
The planet Saturn has always been seen as a planet of doom, especially in astrology. In the Icelandic Rune Poem the Thurisaz Rune is equated with Saturn, this being the Rune of the Thurs or Joten. This is interesting in that many of the moons of Saturn are named after Norse Joten, this being unusual in that Greek and Roman names are usually used.
Planets are not inherently 'evil' in any way, and this applies as much to Saturn as to other planets. They are all part of the Natural Order. Miguel Serrano suggests that the planet Saturn has been 'enslaved' (chained?), awaiting to be freed again in order to rule the coming Golden Age. Maybe this has something to do with the Rings of Saturn which I believe are made of ice. Saturn is the 'Lord of the Rings'! If Saturn is the "Lord of the Rings' then the only way that this power can be ended is by Fire which is the means to destroy the rings - Surt's Fire! Is it a coincidence that one of the moons of Saturn is named after Surt?
It would seem obvious that the term 'Satan' derives from 'Saturn'; this may also stem from the Egyptian Set-Anubis, but in any case Set or Seth, as well as the Greek Apophis, relate to the planet Saturn. It should be remembered that the Hyksos who invaded and ruled Egypt (or rather misruled Egypt) worshipped Apophis who was the anti-god of the Egyptians, the polar-opposite to their Goddess of Order and Justice, Maat.
Saturn appears to have a hexagon at one pole and an 'eye' at the other pole; the hexagon is connected to the Number 6. As I have pointed out in the last Sword of Wayland magazine this also relates to the Hagal-Rune and to the 'Seed of Life'. It would seem that the Dark Powers are using the 'matrix', via the 'Seed of Life' to spread their growing darkness across the worlds.
Miguel Serrano suggests that Saturn has been 'imprisoned' -
"SATURN: Also Kronos, Time, God of Time. He is an Aeon imprisoned by the Demiurge, condemned by the fact of being immortal, to eternally circle the Eternal Return."
The planet Saturn is here transformed into 'Satan' or 'Jehovah'; this is the problem with the god Loki, the only god chained to matter, and working through matter. Serrano suggests that Saturn is the 'Aryan Sandur or Sandar' who is 'Lord of the Ancestral Light at the Pole', which suggests, as others have done, that Saturn was once the Light of the North Pole. We are also told that Saturn was the 'God of Atlantis'. Saturn is also connected to Surt whose fire will regenerate the Nine Worlds.
In regard to the role of Loki this seems to be fully recognised by the Dark Powers that rule over us today. They are not exactly shy about what they do, and the Black Cube can be found in so many modern 'logos' and throughout this society that it has to be no coincidence. In The Avengers (2012 significantly) we find Loki arriving upon the Earth on a Black Hexagon, the two-dimensional version of the Black Cube!
Wulf Ingessunu, Inglinga 11 Comments
[7/17/2017 9:49:02 AM]
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