To the ancient Egyptians, the sun god Atum-Ra, the model ruler, reigned over the fortunate era for a time, then retired from the world. The Sumerian An, ruling with “terrifying splendor,” was the central luminary of the sky, but not our sun, and later departed to a more remote domain.
As to the original solar character of the Greek Helios, Latin Sol, Assyrian Shamash, or Egyptian Ra, scholars have maintained an unwavering confidence. And surely you can see why: could it really be doubted that Helios, radiating light from his brow, is our sun? – David Talbott
Shiiizzz, SATURN isn’t like Earth or Mars or Venus since it’s made of sun like gases.
The same mosh-pit of chemicals creates our yellow sun (Helium and hydrogen).
Saturn’s more like a sun or a mini-sun.
But regardless of its composition, the ancients consider planets celestial god giants (When they were close to Earth).
A co-linear model of the Saturn / Venus/ Mars / Earth system is shared by a several researchers, including David Talbott, and Dwardu Cardona. Fred Jueneman has jocularly described it as a ‘planetary shish kebab’.Talbott describes:
“the polar configuration as I have come to visualize it.. involves three planets – Earth, Mars, and Saturn – rotating on a common axis extending “out” or “down” from Jupiter (or “up”; the ideas are relative).”
The Saturn theory states Venus, Mars, Saturn and our secondary yellow sun were in alignment once upon a time.
Earth was a moon orbiting of Saturn’s during the golden age of solar migration.
Saturn, Isis, Mars are the archetype Ra, Isis, Horus (Other incarnations archetypes/incarnations).
The so called polar planetary model, developed mainly by Talbott and coworkers publishing in the journal Aeon, but going back to still unpublished work of Velikovsky ref. Ed assumes that during man memory the planetary system passed from a previous configuration, related to the golden age, where Sun, Earth, Mars, Venus and Saturn revolved in an aligned configuration, to the present one via a catastrophical collapse of the previous configuration.
Ancient Egyptian Sun Gods: Saturn, Ra Celestial Father Of Time
Saturn has 53 MOONS parading in orbit. Saturn has the most out of any planet in our solar system.
Historians, cosmologists, astrotheologians etc. conclude Saturn was a giant celestial ball turning the wheels of time in our ancient skies.
In Egypt, countless hymns to the god Ra extol him as the divine power opening the “day.” “The lords of all lands praise Ra when he riseth at the beginning of each day.” Ra is the “great Light who shinest in the heavens. Thou art glorious by reason of thy splendours.
The expression “star of Helios” or “star of Sol” was applied to Saturn! Of the Babylonian star-worshipers the chronicler Diodorus writes: “To the one we call Saturn they give a special name, ‘Sun-Star.'”
Similarly, the Greek historian Nonnus gives Kronos as the Arab name of the “sun,” though Kronos meant only Saturn and no other celestial body. Hyginus, in listing the planets, names first Jupiter, then the planet “of Sol, others say of Saturn.” A Greek ostrakon, cited by the eminent classicist, Franz Boll, identifies the Egyptian sun god Ra, not with our sun, but with the planet Saturn. This repeated confusion of the Sun and Saturn seems to make no sense at all.
Ancient Egyptian Sun Gods: Babylonian Archetype Of Ra, Baal, El, God of Time
Saturn’s the popular cheerleader everyone gossips about.
Saturn’s archetype was NO secret to any of the worldwide ancient civilizations.
You got a giant celestial wheel in the sky that even a blind bat can see.
Campfire tales of Saturn echo through the ages before and after ancient Egypt.
Natives of Mexico recall that prior to the present age, an exemplary sun ruled the world, but this was not the sun of today. His name was Quetzalcoatl. The Maya maintained essentially the same idea, calling the primeval sun god Huracan. The Incas of Peru spoke of a former sun superior to the present sun. To the ancient Egyptians, the sun god Atum-Ra, the model ruler, reigned over the fortunate era for a time, then retired from the world. The Sumerian An, ruling with “terrifying splendor,” was the central luminary of the sky, but not our sun, and later departed to a more remote domain.
The Babylonian God Baal has a variety of archetypes like Baal-Kammon of the Canaanites.
They’re Saturn’s other archetypal stylish dress suits he wears (Along with his reaper sickle).
According to the best authorities on Babylonian astronomy, the god Anu was mysteriously linked to *the planet Saturn*. The association was stated most bluntly by the renowned expert on Babylonian astronomy, Peter Jensen, in *Die Kosmologie der Babylonier*: Anu was Saturn.
Apart from a few experts on Babylonian astronomy, historians and mythologists as a whole seem to be unaware that in Babylonian astronomical texts, the sun god Shamash and the planet Saturn merge in a most unexpected way. Where one would expect references to the Sun, one finds instead the name of the planet Saturn!
So was the seventh and most sacred day of the Babylonian and Phoenician weeks. For the Romans this commemorative day was Saturni dies, “Saturn’s day.” The same day passed into the Anglo-Saxon calendar as the “day of Seater [Saturn],” which, became our own Saturday.
Ancient Egyptian Sun Gods: Greek/Roman Archetype Of Ra
The Roman Saturn is the Greek God Kronos (Cronos) of time, cycles, death.
The father of the great Zeus in Greek myths.
Sometimes the Gods become syncretic myths, which cause a lot of drunk fill confusion.
The myths recycle, repackage (Or reboot), and UPS deliver the same ol theme time after time!
Cronus was the god of time in its sense of eternal duration. He married Rhea, daughter of Uranus and Gæa, a very important divinity, to whom a special chapter will be devoted hereafter. Their children were, three sons: Aïdes (Pluto), Poseidon (Neptune), Zeus (Jupiter), and three daughters: Hestia (Vesta), Demeter (Ceres), and Hera (Juno). Cronus, having an uneasy conscience, was afraid that his children might one day rise up against his authority, and thus verify the prediction of his father Uranus.
El – Babylonian (Akkadian, Phoenicians, Canaanites)
Borr or Ndjoin – Norse mythology. Both have ties to Saturn.
Yahweh – Judaism
Mithra – Ancient Persian Sun God
Shani – Hindu God
Kala – Japanese mythology
Ancient Egyptian Sun Gods: Isis – The Flaming Comet Venus
The ancients call her the Goddess of beauty, war, anger.
She’s the white golden sun, falling star, morning star.
Her rays or Ra shines the brightest out of the 3 sun giants in the sky.
The ancients held Venus in awe because of her glowing rays that shining across the world.
Isis is one of the great deities of the Egyptian pantheon and, with Osiris, probably maintained the most universal appeal outside Egypt Greco- Roman culture was particularly enamored of her and called her the Stella Maris (star of the sea), represented in the heavens by the north star. An offspring of Geb and NUT in the Heliopolis genealogy, Isis is the mother of the god kings of Egypt and both elder sister and consort of Osiris.
She’s the heavenly mother sky goddess known to rule the celestial skies.
Mythological tales from all over the world describe the planetVenus as a goddess, possessing both a beautiful and a terrifying aspect. Venus has been called “creator” and “destroyer” over the ages, leading several Electric Universe associates to publish books and videos about the influences it has had on past civilizations.
At some point in the recent past, Venus, Earth, Mars, and probably most other rocky bodies, experienced an increase in their electric fields, as well as in their magnetospheres.
Ancient Egyptian Sun Gods: Egyptian Goddess Isis Other Archetypes
Ishtar or Innana – Babylonian mythology
Juno – Roman mythology (Daughter of Saturn
Taibai Jinxing – Chinese mythology (White Golden-Star)
Nok Ek – Mayan mythology
Persephone – Greek mythology
Aphrodite – Greek mythology
Athena – Greek mythology
Medusa (When enraged) – Greek mythology
Ceres – Greek mythology
It’s her aurora rays between Saturn and Mars, colliding gases of electrical discharge.
Battle of the Gods?
In the earliest writings from Mesopotamia the planet Venus is denoted by a pictograph which shows a spiraling “comet-like” image. A very similar form is attested in the earliest religious texts from ancient Egypt—the so-called Pyramid Texts—wherein it is employed to denote a comet-like celestial phenomenon, one associated with Venus.
The planets emit this aurora like the NORTHERN lights, but on a cosmic scale!
Men turn into stone statues upon gazing the rays of light, when she turns into fiery Medusa.
We find the same medusa archetype in ancient Mesoamerica.
Or she mighty morphs into a dragon like figure in the sky told in ancient Chinese myths!
More than fifty years ago, Immanuel Velikovsky claimed that the planet Venus, in the form of a comet, devastated the ancient world. Velikovsky had noticed that identical images and stories were attached to comets and to Venus—not just in one land, but in virtually all of the major cultures. The comet was a hair-star, a beard-star, a torch or flame star, and a cosmic serpent or dragon. But these very words and images were also attached to Venus from China to the Americas, from Egypt to Mesopotamia. All told, the evidence is too specific and too consistent to be ignored.
Or if she’s in a place of serenity, glorified as Aphrodite.
She has a hermaphroditical nature, hence the bearded goddess when in tight conjunction with Mars.
Ancient Egyptian Sun Gods: The Red Sun God Mars
Ancient Egypt paintings of the sun are mostly red, but why?
Did they see a red haze during certain weather conditions of the yellow sun?
If our primary’s sun was YELLOW, then I would obviously make most Egyptian sun paintings yellow.
And our yellow sun won’t turn permanently red until it becomes a red gas giant.
Star Deities – By the time of the Middle Kingdom (2040-1782 BCE) the Egyptians had identified five of the planets which they referred to as “Stars That Know No Rest” and associated with gods: the called Mercury ‘Sebegu’ (a form of the god Set); Venus (“The One Who Crosses” and “God of the Morning”); Mars (“Horus of the Horizon” and “Horus the Red“)
Notable for his “falcon” wings, ascending the ladders of celestial heavens.
The Egyptian God Montu was Mar’s war archetype. Montu is the Aries of the Greek myths.
Motif #2: Winged Thunderbolt/Winged Disk. Lightning appears as a radiant disk or sphere in the sky, with heaven-spanning wings. It is a great “thunderbird,” or it is launched from the wings of such a bird, or bursts forth as a flash of fire from its eye.
The archetype gives a new image, formed from electric discharge between the planets gravitating back/forth in conjunction.
Motif #3: Axis Mundi. Lighting streaks along the world axis, acquiring the form of a towering column that is said to have “separated heaven and earth” in primeval times. This same pillar is the hero’s staff, rod, or scepter, and through metamorphosis it passes into other, more complex forms as well.
A famous Egyptian emblem of the pillar was the Tet LI, the special symbol of Osiris. The Tet sign denotes the support of the Cosmos. “The idea of the Tet column,” writes Clark, “is that it stands firmly upright.” 914 In the ritual these emblems serve as “world pillars holding up the sky and so guaranteeing the world in which the king’s authority holds good.” 915 Tet means “stability,” “permanence.