Saturn Death Cults (From The Archive - Reissue)
Saturn Death Cults
Written by Jasen Keplinger
Ever wonder what the next biggest conspiracy is? Ever yearn for a theory that could turn all that you know on its head? Well, yearn no longer because Saturn death cults, and the accompanying parts of the theory, are probably the most shocking views on Earth's history you've never heard of. We will explore the ten biggest and most shocking aspects of this theory.
1) Saturn the Brown Dwarf:
This theory suggests that perhaps Saturn was originally a brown dwarf star and that Earth was locked in a polar orbit with Saturn. (Link 1) The gas giant is referred to as the original sun, the primordial sun, and the best sun.
The conjunction between Saturn and Earth was a celestial polar configuration in which Saturn, as a brown dwarf, was locked at the northern pole with Earth. (Link 2) They moved in a spiraling nature upwards while traveling through space moving in and out of our current solar system. (Link 2) Eventually, Saturn would be pulled out of its conjunction and locked in its current position.
2.) The Electric Universe:
Ever wonder if the universe is alive? Well, according to this theory the answer, in a sense, is yes. The idea is that plasma sheaths emanating from some celestial bodies, such as the brown dwarf Saturn, interact with solar heliospheres and electrical space currents. (Link 2) The result is discharged electrical activity that often strikes celestial bodies. Under this theory, the Earth's moon is pointed out as having been struck many times. The claim is that the craters we see there are from electrical strikes mostly instead of meteors.
The intense invisible electrical plasma currents spanning between two bodies is known as the "Birkeland Effect". (Link 4) Under the electrical plasma interactions of a Saturn-Earth conjunction, the gravity would have been different and lesser than today's gravity. This may be why animals and plants in Earth's history were so large and flew easily. (Link 2)
3.) The Early Ages:
The planetary history of Earth has experienced and documented the fossil records with several extinctions. This theory takes this into account and divides Earth's history into several ages. (Link 1) The "Purple Dawn" is the original age in which large dinosaurs roamed our planet. We were still in our original conjunction with Saturn which emitted radiation frequencies that would have given the sky a lowly lit purplish hue. This was before our modern sun graced our skies.
The "Golden Age" saw the rise of mankind on Earth and this was after our modern sun began to shine in our skies. (Link 7) This was the age of civilizations such as Atlantis and Mu which are alleged lost continents in our modern culture. The nasty interactions between Saturn's plasma sheath and the sun's heliosphere would cause worldwide natural disasters which would result in the great deluge or great flood that would end this golden age. (Link 8) The "Silver Age" would follow when the survivors would pull humanity together again. This age saw the rise of priests and priest-kings who would eventually become the churches and blue-bloods respectively. (Link 9) A fascination with monitoring the astronomical movements of bodies became mainstream, as they hoped to foresee any future cataclysms like the great deluge had brought.
4.) The Later Ages:
The modern ages of mankind are called the "Bronze Age" and the "Iron Age". These shouldn't be confused with the historical eras we refer to today. The bronze age of mankind centered on heroic mythology, global commerce, and war. The introduction of money had occurred during the end of the silver age by the priests and priest-kings. (Link 10) The fable of the "Tower of Babel" resulted near the end of the "Bronze Age" with global commerce and war bringing us near destruction. (Link 9)
The "Iron Age" encompasses today and modern society. The rise of industry and technology marks the iron age. The leftover aspects of the silver age's priestly era and the bronze age's war/global commerce era both permeate the iron age's industry/technology era.
5.) The All-Seeing Eye:
Throughout history, the all-seeing eye has been prominent in many cultures, particularly the Egyptian civilization. (Link 2) The origin and source of this eye are addressed under this theory. The "Saturnian" system was originally comprised of three bodies which included: Saturn, Earth, and Mars. (Link 6) These three planets were always in an alignment in which Saturn appeared as a purple-hued sun and Mars appeared in the center of Saturn. This conjunction would have appeared as an eye in the northern skies on Earth.
At this time, the southern hemisphere of Earth was devoid of light and celestial references. The addition of Venus to the Saturnian system, at a later time, would complete the eye by adding what appeared to be the pupil of the all-seeing eye. The newly formed Saturnian system would now include a northern alignment of Saturn as the eye, with Mars aligned as a small iris on the eye, and completed with the small body of Venus as the pupil. This alignment as an all-seeing eye would deeply influence mankind and the memory would become myth and legend, as the "Eye of Horus". The eye even appears on our currency in America. (Link 2)
6.) Plasma-Heliosphere Collisions:
As the Saturnian system moved in and out of our solar system, the plasma sheath that emanated from the brown dwarf Saturn would collide against the heliosphere emanating from our yellow dwarf star we know as the sun. (Link 2) The plasma sheath from Saturn wrapped Earth in an egg-like cocoon and the collisions with the heliosphere of the sun would result in the flaring of Saturn's atmosphere resulting in increased radiation frequencies. These electrical reactions and radiation would scorch Mars atmosphere turning it into today's red planet. (Link 3)
The destructive reactions of these collisions would result in the ripping apart of Saturn and the torn pieces would become Venus (Link 2) and the rings that now surround Saturn. (Link 5) These celestial reactions and results would result in several extinction events on Earth, as well as the great deluge or flood. (Link 8) The reactions of Mars and Venus now orbiting closer to one another would result in a pillar-like stream of light stretching from Mars to Venus and appearing as a bright cross in the skies. (Link 10) This celestial event would be remembered and incorporated into religions, such as Christianity. (Link 9)
7.) Brown Dwarf to Yellow Dwarf:
As the Saturnian system was slowly absorbed into our solar system, the Earth would cycle through having two suns and then just one. (Link 4) We slowly merged from having a brown dwarf star to having a singular yellow dwarf star. During the rise of mankind in the "Golden Age" the Earth was absorbed in light from both suns and thus had two suns. (Link 7)
During the brown dwarf dominance, the Earth was covered in red vegetation and had a much denser atmosphere. The oceans would have been at a much lower level which resulted in more land being available to settle. (Link 2) The flares from Saturn would have initiated several extinction events particularly the dinosaurs. During the yellow dwarf dominance, mammals began to come above ground and evolve, which would lead to the rise of human beings. The vegetation began to turn green and the blue skies we know today began to emerge.
8.) Creation of Venus:
The ancient cultures speak of a "chaos monster" in the skies and the perpetual destruction of parts of Saturn, amongst the creation of Venus, would certainly qualify as a chaos monster in the skies. (Link 2) The Greeks called Saturn, which is the Latin, by the name Kronos, who after being castrated by his son Zeus, would be responsible for the creation of Aphrodite or Venus. This knowledge has passed down to us through legend and folklore. (Link 10)
The creation of Venus would have resulted in many "Birkeland Currents" and much electrical plasma activity. (Link 4) This resulted in the pillar of light emanating from Venus and Saturn, as well as between Venus and Mars. This formed the familiar cross shape in the heavens. The remaining pieces of Saturn would later form the Earth's moon and the rings of Saturn. (Link 9)
9.) Religion and Mythology:
The Saturnian system's metamorphosis from the "Golden Age" into the "Silver Age" deeply impacted mankind, particularly the great deluge that divides the two ages. The post-apocalyptic society of the silver age saw the rise of priests and religion. The Saturn death cult arose during this era with the main purposes of preserving the golden age's knowledge and monitoring the skies for hints of any new disaster. (Link 9) They did both of these through the building of large construction sites such as the pyramids of the world and even Stonehenge.
Religious symbols also arose from the events of the Earth's early history. The eight-pointed star and Jacob's ladder are prime examples.(Link 9) The eight-pointed star emanated from the newly formed Venus in the original Saturnian system. The star would have been seen high in the early skies. This star has made its way into virtually every religion on Earth today. Jacob's ladder could have easily been the pillar of light that connected the electrical fields of Venus, Saturn, and Mars. The cross also came from these light streams and Jacob's ladder was this interaction of lights.
10.) Solar, Lunar, and Stellar Cults:
Early mankind began to form various types of cults centered around various celestial bodies. The creation of the moon and subsequent absorption into Earth's gravitational field inspired the creation of lunar cults where the moon was the center of worship. Goddess based fertility magic was practiced. Solar cults were based around the new yellow dwarf sun and were typically God based and many practiced bloodletting or even sacrifice of humans and animals. (Link 9) The slow takeover of today's sun deeply impacted these cults and the addition of priest-kings and currency pushed the solar cults into the forefront. (Link 9)
Stellar cults were based around the stars in the sky and were typically God and Goddess based. The movement of the stars in the sky deeply drove the stellar cult development. Priests and the earliest astronomers came out of the silver age. During the "Purple Dawn" and "Golden Age" much of the sky was dark and the stars were hidden behind the dense, dark, and purplish atmosphere of Earth. (Link 1) As today's sun took dominance, and Saturn pulled away, the skies were brightened and the night skies were filled with stars. This change impacted human society and stellar cults. The Saturn death cult arose during this era and was later absorbed and imitated into and by other varying cults.
The Saturn death cult theory is a revolutionary way of looking at Earth's history. There are many components to this complex theory and this list is just ten of the most fascinating aspects of the theory. I will go further into this theory and its aspects in subsequent articles. For more interesting theories and blogs check out www.eprmuisc.com