The Saturn cult is ingrained into nearly every aspect of our life, yet the true significance of Saturn can be found within secret societies and in the deepest underpinnings of religion.

Did you ever wonder…

  • Is it possible that the reality we experience has been hijacked by creator gods who keep us living in subservience, control, and conformity?
  • Why do we look forward to the weekend (when we are weakened)?
  • Why does the word Saturday mean “Saturn’s Day”?
  • Why do we exchange rings when we marry?
  • Why is there so much Saturn symbolism in religion and in the corporate world?

Saturn is named after the Roman God Saturnus. It’s not a coincidence that Saturn is called, “The Lord of the Rings”. If Lord = God, then is it possible that during a wedding ceremony, we are giving our energy to Saturn through the exchange of rings? Is it a coincidence that most people get married on a Saturday (Saturn’s Day)? It’s also more costly to marry on Saturday, so we also give away the energy of money to the Saturn cult.

Semitic civilizations referred to the god Saturn as “El” who is the supreme deity and represented by a black cube.

“That is why today, when you get married, you get married before God. And the symbol of that God is the ring that is put on each other’s fingers. The ring of Saturn. In the marriage phrases, one also begins to see what that has to do with Saturn.” 

Jordan Maxwell, Matrix of Power: Secrets of World Control

Each day of the week has its own meaning and significance. For example, the most obvious day is Sunday, the day many people worship the sun/son of God.

But what about Saturday? Why is Saturday associated with Saturn worship?

The Romans named Saturday dies Saturni (“Saturn’s Day”) no later than the 2nd century for the planet Saturn, which controlled the first hour of that day, according to Vettius Valens. For Jews, Messianics and Seventh-day Adventists, the seventh day of the week, known as Shabbat (or Sabbath for SDA), stretches from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday and is the day of rest. Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches distinguish between Saturday (Sabbath) and the Lord’s Day (Sunday).

Saturn is also known as Kronos, aka Father Time. Kronos, in Greek mythology, was the leader and the youngest of the first generation of Titans, the divine descendants of Uranus, the sky and Gaia, the earth. He overthrew his father and ruled during the mythological Golden Age, until he was overthrown by his own son Zeus and imprisoned in Tartarus.

As Father Time, Saturn keeps us locked into linear, sequential time. It seems we never have enough time to get everything done but this is only a myth in the physical existence because as divine souls, our lives are eternal.

On the back of a U.S. One dollar bill, you’ll find the phrase, ” ANNUIT COEPTIS – NOVO ORDO SECLORUM” which means “agreed to undertakings; a new order of the ages”. While many believe this means “New World Order,” it actually means a “New Order of the Ages”.

The Great Seal of the United States was first designed in 1782 and has been printed on the back of the U.S. one dollar bill since 1935. You’ll also find this phrase on the coat of arms of the Yale School of Management, Yale University’s business school.

The phrase ” NOVO ORDO SECLORUM” is taken from the fourth Eclogue of Virgil, which contains a passage (lines 5-8) that reads:

(Latin; English) Ultima Cumaei venit iam carminis ætas; Now comes the final era of the Sibyl’s song; Magnus ab integro sæclorum nascitur ordo. The great order of the ages is born afresh. iam redit et Virgo, redeunt Saturnia regnaAnd now justice returns, honored rules return;

iam nova progenies cælo demittitur alto. now a new lineage is sent down from high heaven.

You’ll also find Saturnia Regna in Virgil’s Eclogue IV:

“Iam redit et virgo, redeunt Saturnia Regna” (Astraea returns, returns old Saturn’s reign).

On the back of a Unites States one dollar bill, you’ll also find the words, “In God We Trust”.

When people flip a coin, they will ask, “Heads or Tails?” If Pan is the God of Saturn, then could this be rephrased as “The head of a man or the tail of a goat”?

Which God(s) do we trust?

If you look at the etymology of the word Kabbalah, Kabba = cube and alah (allah) means God, so you get the Cube of God.


  • Saturn is the Cult of EL
  • the Kabbala is the Cube of God
  • Saturn is the Lord of the Rings
  • there is a hexagonal cube on the north pole of Saturn
  • Pan is the God of Saturn
  • Saturn is Satan in astrotheology

… then who are we truly giving our energy to?

We unknowingly see and use symbols of Saturn in our every day lives:

In astrotheology, Saturn is Satan, the cult of EL, so who are we really giving our energy to?

The truth about the Saturn cult has been hidden for millennia. Now is the time of the great awakening when this material is coming to light. We’ve all been tricked. Our educational systems will never teach us the true meaning of Saturn because our culture has been hijacked in order for us to unknowingly give our collective energy to Saturn.

Mirrored from:

This is my Soul Painting by Kali-Ma. Notice Saturn above my head with the mountains beneath representing the challenges of the Cult of Saturn. The first section of Mountain represents my challenges in Family Court and the second journey through court and the cult of Saturn/Satan is not as extreme.