Saturnism VS Satanism

 

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We The Sons Of Saturn

Have you ever wondered why Satan was just referred to as the Prince of Darkness not the king? Is it because the greater spiritual minds of the world knew very well that he is a Fall Guy *pun intended*, so if Satan is not the King of Darkness, who is the King of Darkness, Tim Curry? 841ef307e71c8c4d7ee2d50e999ad81aWell think about this, Hell is said to mean means God’s judgment, which is straight forward, and you cannot enter God’s kingdom without first passing through his judgment. Also think about El meaning God, Hallel being a name of a sun God, so it is no stretch of the language to say going to Hell is going to God, and God is Hell. Granted Hell is the rathful side of God in this vantage point, but didn’t we just loop the Sun God Jesus into this, because the son is also the father, in…

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Hello Redding The…

"Hello Mister Redding how are you? " Everything is still fussy and it's like you're coming to waking up after a big smack on the head, and passing out. "The pain of waking is Lovely affirmation of a life isn't it?"  A horned crown deity starts to come into focus, he takes a dramatic pause... Continue Reading →

A Viking Christ

How could there be Viking Christ? Well I would say it is easy as accepting that *Anointed One = Christ*, then the Viking  AO is positioned to bring back a modernised version of the Old Saxon Tribal Ways, who is also a representative of a Father/King God (An Archetype), and the Christ must be honorable... Continue Reading →

Saturday aka Saturn’sDay = Loki’sDay

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We The Sons Of Saturn

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Before the day of the Sun, we have the day of the darksun Saturn, the other brother, the other son of the creator God, the lesser light, but greatest light in the darkness, Saturn aka Loki.          Jacob Grimm, in his 1835 treatise Teutonic Mythology, gives a solid explanation why Saturday is named essentially for Loki. While the other days are clear translations from the Roman days of the week into their Germanic pagan equivalents, Saturday does not fit the pattern. Every other weekday is named for a god or goddess from the Norse mythology: Sunday/Sol, Monday/Mani, Tuesday/Tyr, Wednesday/Odin, Thursday/Thor, and Friday/Freya. Grimm asserts that the Saturday does not retain the name of the Roman Saturn, but is named for Sæter (“insidiator” or “one who lies in ambush”), a name that he connects with Loki and suports with Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse sources.

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