Saturn saturation. We’re surrounded by it.

Saturday was the holiest day of the week for all ancient cultures, the day of Saturn.  By tradition the world was ruled by a Planet-God, Saturn, enjoying a golden age.  That age ended violently.

Why are so many of the symbols in our current age symbols of Saturn?  From Microsoft to Islam and Christianity, most makes of car and so on.  

Are we still ruled from Saturn, hidden out of sight, harvesting a crop on earth, that crop being humanity?

The obelisk isn’t a phallic symbol, in my opinion.  It’s a replication of ancient space travel.  The rest is very interesting.

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26 Responses to “Saturn saturation. We’re surrounded by it.”

  1. Saturn represents limitations. Its existence could actually be the reason why we have aging & death.

    Saturn returns to the sign it was in when you were born every approximately 28 years. This is when Saturn shows you what you have reaped. This means what you have done but also who you have become.

    The symbol of the grim reaper has been hijacked.

    Saturn isn’t a murderer or a war criminal.

    Saturn isn’t evil.

  2. Tapestry says:

    Ok, Nooka. What then is Saturn’s agenda? Agenda 21 seems pretty evil to me, talking as a mere human being.

  3. Saturn doesn’t have an agenda.

    It’s a planet.

    The people who have hijacked it as a symbol because they see themselves as the controllers of your destiny are the ones with the agenda.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Nooka’s two posts seem to be at total odds with one another. Saturn means everything… and Saturn means nothing – just a planet. WTF?

  5. Look at this way: The weather affects you, but it doesn’t have an agenda. It can be devastating, but it isn’t evil.

  6. Tapestry says:

    Our understanding of the nature of planets could be amiss here. Planets can have personalities according to many, and influence, and even agendas.

    The Sun, the earth and the moon were constructed as one system mathematically. Saturn has hijacked the moon, according to many sources, and is harvesting on human misery. There is much to understand, which we don’t as yet.

  7. Psychopaths harvest human misery.

    My understanding of planets will do for me.

  8. Tapestry says:

    The kind of thing that changes your outlook on such things would be the Voyager pictures of the Rings of Saturn. The Rings are created by intelligently-controlled entities, cylindrical in shape and 3000 miles in length. As Norman Bergrun says they are not natural.

    The Archons are claimed to be behind these by David Icke.

  9. Anonymous says:

    “Saturday was the holiest day of the week for all ancient cultures, the day of Saturn. By tradition the world was ruled by a Planet-God, Saturn.”

    I’m inclined to agree and disagree in that ancient Israel, that is to say the sons of Jacob (The collective twelve tribes)before their captivity and expulsion to Babylon for breaking God’s true Sabbath and offering blood sacrifices kept a luni-solar calendar with its Sabbaths regulated by the courses of the moon and could be described as a floating Sabbath.

    This calendar was established at Creation and re-established at the Exodus (see Ex. 12.) It used the sun, moon and stars as an unerring clock/calendar, far beyond the reach of Satan to destroy, for establishing the times when God’s people were to assemble together for worship – His mo’edim.

    That said, yes, all other ancient cultures worshipped Saturn which they still do today.

    Please see a couple of very interesting vids on youtube.–679ICiEb0


  10. Anonymous says:

    Re Tapestry 9:34 pm. “Saturn has hijacked the moon.”

    That fits with me in that Satan has hijacked God’s Mo’adim (appointed times) for his (Saturday).


  11. Psychopaths have hijacked the Earth.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Can’t argue with that Nooka.


  13. Anonymous says:

    excellent comments, we may have lost harbinger and a couple of other top intellectuuals, but nooka is doing OK by me as their replacement

  14. Tapestry says:

    Great commenters come and go. Some are warned they have to stop contributing. Others have given what they can for now, but I bet they still check in now and then. The good commenters are the main part of the blog. I have learned copious amounts from comments over the years.

  15. Somewhere in Europe says:

    I don’t have the answers and I’m not sure who has. I’d welcome a discussion with someon e who has! I know that could be a long wait!

    Something to think about during the wait.

  16. 8:51: We all have the answer, you just have to know where to look & have the courage to face it.

  17. Somewhere in Europe says:

    Courage not needed because there’s nothing to fear Nooka. Maybe I should’ve said I don’t have the answers yet.

    This Saturn malarckey is just a distraction imo.

    Archons are mentioned in the Nag Hamadi codices btw.

  18. Somewhere in Europe says:

    Also Nooka – nice to ‘meet’ another member of the less than 1% (INFJ) ;>)

  19. Somewhere In Europe: That’s right, there’s nothing really to fear, but we think there is, because we have been manipulated, that’s why courage needed.

    Beyond the fear of death is the fear of looking into one’s own heart & seeing the true self.

    Archon/the predator/demon/alien etc. are just euphemisms for psychopath.

  20. Anonymous says: New World Order our psychopathic Enemies

  21. In the end, we fear the unknown, so really it’s ignorance, not fear.

  22. Somewhere in Europe says:

    “Ignorance is the root of all evil” (quote from the Nag Hamadi codices.)

    Interesting how that has been altered to “Love of money is the root of all evil” though that too turns into the vice of a psychopath.

  23. Somewhere in Europe: Very indeed!

    Nice to meet you too.

  24. Anonymous says:

    Totally agree with Nooka

    Saturn is a planet

    and we frail and glorious humans still have much to Learn.

    Anyone seen the Lars von Trier film ‘Melancholia’?

    What was he trying to tell us about human relations and ‘scientific knowledge’?

  25. 9:55 I have indeed seen Melancholia. It’s a great film about human relationships, yes. How people behave when the chips are really down & their real character starts to show.

    Kirsten Dunst’s part is particularly complex & interesting. Fantastic.

    Great score for me too. I love Wagner’s prelude to Tristan & Isolde.

    Regarding man & science: Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’ is also wonderful. My favourite.

  26. ‘Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus’ – the book that is.

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