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The moons of Saturn are numerous and diverse, ranging from tiny moonlets less than 1 kilometer across, to the enormous Titan, which is larger than the planet Mercury. Saturn has 62 moons with confirmed orbits, 53 of which have names, and only 13 of which have diameters larger than 50 kilometers.[1][2][3] Saturn has seven moons that are large enough to be ellipsoidal due to having planetary mass, as well as dense rings with complex orbital motions of their own. Particularly notable among Saturn's moons are Titan, the second largest moon in the Solar System, with a nitrogen-rich Earth-like atmosphere and a landscape including hydrocarbon lakes and dry river networks, and Enceladus, which emits jets of gas and dust and may harbor liquid water under its south pole region.

Twenty-four of Saturn's moons are regular satellites; they have prograde orbits not greatly inclined to Saturn's equatorial plane. They include the seven major satellites, four small moons which exist in a trojan orbit with larger moons, two mutually co-orbital moons and two moons which act as shepherds of Saturn's F Ring. Two other known regular satellites orbit within gaps in Saturn's rings.
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- ? Nus.

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_Alive, therefore life itself.
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Good morning everyone.

:)


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Good morning everyone.

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good morning

welcome to a brand new day
- ? Nus.

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_Alive, therefore life itself.
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Good morning everyone.

:)


coffee4
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good morning
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Sumerian myths say that the rites and standards of "kingship" descended from the central luminary An, founder of the Golden Age. In Babylonian myth the Sumerian An appears as Anu, first in the line of gods and kings. And as cuneiform experts began to decipher archaic tablets in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the specialists on Babylonian astronomy began to notice curious associations of the god Anu with the planet Saturn. The connection was stated most bluntly by the renowned expert on Babylonian astronomy, Peter Jensen, in Die Kosmologie der Babylonier: Anu was Saturn.

What makes this identity stand out is the degree to which one nation after another repeated the same connection. It's an interesting fact,not often noticed, that the ancient Hebrews regarded their race as having been "Saturnian" in the beginning, when they lived under the rule of the creator El. That is, the Hebrews honored the same ancestral tie to Saturn as did the Romans.

Indeed, the consistency with which early astronomies identity Saturn as the former creator-king is extraordinary. The Zoroastrians of ancient Persia knew Saturn as the heaven-sustaining Zurvan, "the King and Lord of the Long Dominion." The Iranian god-king Yima, a transcript of the Hindu Yama, founder of the Golden Age, was also linked to Saturn. The Chinese mythical emperor Huang-ti, first in a great dynasty of kings and mythical founder of the Taoist religion, was identified astronomically as the planet Saturn. Even the Tahitians recall of the god Fetu-tea, the planet Saturn, that he "was the King."
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 Quoting: aether


Do you see how the illuminati thread tied in, as the primary idea was that of crowns.

The primary cause curtailing the free flow of information to create cyclical monolith.

Primary offshoot of fertility cults and the major change come Egypt was the worship changed from the fecundity of the feminine to the 'awe inspiring power of the phallus'.

The regulatory moon given over to the dessicating, yet lifegiving, ejecta of the sun.


Hope that helps

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Sumerian myths say that the rites and standards of "kingship" descended from the central luminary An, founder of the Golden Age. In Babylonian myth the Sumerian An appears as Anu, first in the line of gods and kings. And as cuneiform experts began to decipher archaic tablets in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the specialists on Babylonian astronomy began to notice curious associations of the god Anu with the planet Saturn. The connection was stated most bluntly by the renowned expert on Babylonian astronomy, Peter Jensen, in Die Kosmologie der Babylonier: Anu was Saturn.

What makes this identity stand out is the degree to which one nation after another repeated the same connection. It's an interesting fact,not often noticed, that the ancient Hebrews regarded their race as having been "Saturnian" in the beginning, when they lived under the rule of the creator El. That is, the Hebrews honored the same ancestral tie to Saturn as did the Romans.

Indeed, the consistency with which early astronomies identity Saturn as the former creator-king is extraordinary. The Zoroastrians of ancient Persia knew Saturn as the heaven-sustaining Zurvan, "the King and Lord of the Long Dominion." The Iranian god-king Yima, a transcript of the Hindu Yama, founder of the Golden Age, was also linked to Saturn. The Chinese mythical emperor Huang-ti, first in a great dynasty of kings and mythical founder of the Taoist religion, was identified astronomically as the planet Saturn. Even the Tahitians recall of the god Fetu-tea, the planet Saturn, that he "was the King." [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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 Quoting: aether


Do you see how the illuminati thread tied in, as the primary idea was that of crowns.

The primary cause curtailing the free flow of information to create cyclical monolith.

Primary offshoot of fertility cults and the major change come Egypt was the worship changed from the fecundity of the feminine to the 'awe inspiring power of the phallus'.

The regulatory moon given over to the dedicating, yet lifegiving, ejecta of the sun.


Hope that helps
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


when it was all over (realignment) we had to explain what we were left with

a little shiny thing (girl)
a big shiny thing (boy)
and
lots of tiny shiny things that had all gone away (previous big shiny things)

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Good morning everyone.

:)


coffee4
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good morning

welcome to a brand new day
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Hello Nico.

:)


We have said goodbye 3 of our guests. So there is just 4 of us here now. I am hoping no one else shows up and we can just have a quiet, and relaxing next several days.

The clouds have parted again and I am greeted by the blue sky and a shining sun.

sun

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what do you guys think of this video?


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the prerequisite to know thy self
is
know what you are within that enables you to express that which you know (self)
the 2
something is alawys within something to express being something within

the know thy self was conceived in an era when it was believed only god (any god) and people possessed consciousness

thus it encourages people to express themselves as the god they believe in
and
no other way but that way because all things other than people are devoid of conscious thus are lifeless matter (inconsequential)
and
all people whom do not know the way of your god are ignorant because they have forgotten your way

this is the archetype of order local tradition style of most orders

while they seek the correct structure to fit their structure of order to make their order the universal order
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 Quoting: aether


are they changing that or still believe that?
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Good morning everyone.

:)


coffee4
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good morning
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Good morning aether.


Everything feels smoother today...do you feel similar?

Bioluminescent

:)
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what do you guys think of this video?


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the prerequisite to know thy self
is
know what you are within that enables you to express that which you know (self)
the 2
something is alawys within something to express being something within

the know thy self was conceived in an era when it was believed only god (any god) and people possessed consciousness

thus it encourages people to express themselves as the god they believe in
and
no other way but that way because all things other than people are devoid of conscious thus are lifeless matter (inconsequential)
and
all people whom do not know the way of your god are ignorant because they have forgotten your way

this is the archetype of order local tradition style of most orders

while they seek the correct structure to fit their structure of order to make their order the universal order
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 Quoting: aether


are they changing that or still believe that?
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in the past few years the overview picture has become accepted as true
changing what is now believed true into living truth is the ongoing process we discuss on this thread
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Cheers, taking the day off to browse seed catalogues and plan for the coming season.

May the neurons titter joyously.
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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Good morning everyone.

:)


coffee4
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good morning
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Good morning aether.


Everything feels smoother today...do you feel similar?

Bioluminescent

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


smoother is how i feel to

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Good morning everyone.

:)


coffee4
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good morning

welcome to a brand new day
 Quoting: 1908247


Hello Nico.

:)


We have said goodbye 3 of our guests. So there is just 4 of us here now. I am hoping no one else shows up and we can just have a quiet, and relaxing next several days.

The clouds have parted again and I am greeted by the blue sky and a shining sun.

sun
 Quoting: Seer777


Interesting numbers!
good morning btw

while driving this morning there was a dead skunk in the road and to my right was 3 black vultures/buzzards on the ground and then on my way back there was added one more which made 4 vultures on my leftscratching
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Cheers, taking the day off to browse seed catalogues and plan for the coming season.

May the neurons titter joyously.
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tounge


The thought of you joyfully leafing through a seed catalog is lovely.

Thanks for that.

RainbowSeed

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Interesting numbers!
good morning btw

while driving this morning there was a dead skunk in the road and to my right was 3 black vultures/buzzards on the ground and then on my way back there was added one more which made 4 vultures on my leftscratching
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lol.

I am happy to say the reconciliation with the friend I mentioned went well.

The subject was never brought up and I am glad to have put it behind me.

I feel greeted by the new day. Fresh and clear.



:)
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During the past century several authorities noticed that Greek and Latin astronomical texts show a mysterious confusion of the "Sun"--Greek Helios, Latin Sol--with the outermost planet, Saturn. Though the designation seems bizarre, the expression "star of Helios" or "star of Sol" was applied to Saturn! Of the Babylonian star-worshippers 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. Can you imagine any difficulty in separating the two bodies, or distinguishing the one from the other?

One fact beyond dispute is that the word Helios did become the Greek word for our Sun, just as the Latin Sol gave his name to our Sun. The same can be said for the older Shamash and Ra: the names of these gods became the names for the solar orb. But that's where the connection with our Sun ends and the mystery of Saturn, the Universal Monarch, begins.
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 Quoting: aether


ra=saturn=yaldaboath
sol=saboath
imo
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Interesting numbers!
good morning btw

while driving this morning there was a dead skunk in the road and to my right was 3 black vultures/buzzards on the ground and then on my way back there was added one more which made 4 vultures on my leftscratching
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lol.

I am happy to say the reconciliation with the friend I mentioned went well.

The subject was never brought up and I am glad to have put it behind me.

I feel greeted by the new day. Fresh and clear.



:)
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sounds greathf

Bird symbolism of vultures also deals with renewal. Specifically, the solar aspect of the newness brought about by the dawning day.
[link to www.whats-your-sign.com]

must be a new day, lol
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During the past century several authorities noticed that Greek and Latin astronomical texts show a mysterious confusion of the "Sun"--Greek Helios, Latin Sol--with the outermost planet, Saturn. Though the designation seems bizarre, the expression "star of Helios" or "star of Sol" was applied to Saturn! Of the Babylonian star-worshippers 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. Can you imagine any difficulty in separating the two bodies, or distinguishing the one from the other?

One fact beyond dispute is that the word Helios did become the Greek word for our Sun, just as the Latin Sol gave his name to our Sun. The same can be said for the older Shamash and Ra: the names of these gods became the names for the solar orb. But that's where the connection with our Sun ends and the mystery of Saturn, the Universal Monarch, begins.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


ra=saturn=yaldaboath
sol=saboath

imo
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yes
i said earlier "you go into it"
altered field state "pinch" and you are here and there within memory field
you feel what is right while you are there and match it to evidence here to prove you are right in your "feelings"

multi tasking zen nurse tounge

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sounds greathf

Bird symbolism of vultures also deals with renewal. Specifically, the solar aspect of the newness brought about by the dawning day.
[link to www.whats-your-sign.com]

must be a new day, lol
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I had great synch with vultures once...


I just thought I would share this.

A few minutes ago I was out on my deck watching the water when I saw these two huge birds a few houses down.

I thought they were bald eagles because of their size and eagles are prevalent on the Bay.

I watched them for a bit trying to figure out what they were, when one of them drifted toward me.

It came to a comeplete stop right above my head, showing me the full magesty of it's wings.

It hovered there for at least 20 or so seconds in pretty breezy conditions.

It was then I realized I was looking at a vulture.

At first I thought, uh oh...vulture, this can't be good..


But when I came back inside I decided to look up the totem animal significance of the 'vulture'.

This area use to be settled by Native Americans.

When i looked up the meaning I was pleasantly surprised.

I think some of you might be as well.

Vulture-Buzzard:
[link to www.starstuffs.com]

"Buzzard or Vulture teaches the power of purification of the mind, body and spirit.

Vulture aids accomplishing tasks through great patience and vision, using your sense of smell and discernment, and how to glide and soar with your own energy.

He teaches efficiency in actions and promises that changes are imminent.

He shows how to restore harmony of thoughts and feelings so one can reach new heights with little effort.

Buzzards will aid in uncovering truths, clarifying previous conceptions, and allow to see and hear subtle hidden qualities using intuition and awareness.

Buzzard can teach confidence and the ability to stand with dignity and soar with clarity and purpose. He shows how to seek a new and heightened vision while increasing sensitivity.

It is time to soar above your perceived limitations. Are you currently undergoing an internal death and rebirth cycle? Are you ready to assert your actions from your ideas?

Buzzard will aid in transforming knowledge to bring the unconscious to conscious and teach how to soar above it and bring the transformation you are needing at this time.

Are you ready for these lessons of awakening?"


tounge

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I like your writing style its like riding on a roller coaster water bed , everything moves around you but you still laying comfortable listening ....

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happyheart

That is a really nice compliment to wake up to.

Thank you for your kind words.

Perhaps you will like this I wrote last night as well.

hugs





Just wanted to share...


After our exchange I went outside and noticed something.

A 'hole' had opened up in the clouds.


A ring of blue.

It the midst of the wall of grey.

Right in front of me.


Miracles can happen at any time.

One just need to take notice.


And, be grateful for the gift.

So simple.


Hole1

Hole2

This place is Magic.

And by Magic I mean Beautiful.

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During the past century several authorities noticed that Greek and Latin astronomical texts show a mysterious confusion of the "Sun"--Greek Helios, Latin Sol--with the outermost planet, Saturn. Though the designation seems bizarre, the expression "star of Helios" or "star of Sol" was applied to Saturn! Of the Babylonian star-worshippers 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. Can you imagine any difficulty in separating the two bodies, or distinguishing the one from the other?

One fact beyond dispute is that the word Helios did become the Greek word for our Sun, just as the Latin Sol gave his name to our Sun. The same can be said for the older Shamash and Ra: the names of these gods became the names for the solar orb. But that's where the connection with our Sun ends and the mystery of Saturn, the Universal Monarch, begins.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


ra=saturn=yaldaboath
sol=saboath

imo
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


yes
i said earlier "you go into it"
altered field state "pinch" and you are here and there within memory field
you feel what is right while you are there and match it to evidence here to prove you are right in your "feelings"

multi tasking zen nurse tounge
 Quoting: aether


ok, your hard to understand sometimes, lol
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nice seer! they are also guardians
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ok, your hard to understand sometimes, lol
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which is good because it gets me to understand the language of math and science
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nice seer! they are also guardians
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:)

Yes.

I think some come and go. And others are for life...Just depends where you're at.





The Native American animal symbolism of the bat comes from a keen observation of this magnificent animal. These people recognized that the bat was highly sensitive to their surroundings and so therefore was considered a symbol of intuition, dreaming and vision. This made the bat a powerful symbol for Native American shamans and medicine people. Often the spirit of the bat would be invoked when special energy was needed, like "night-sight" which is the ability to see through illusion or ambiguity and dive straight to the truth of matters.

It is a symbol of communication because the Native Americans observed the bat to be a highly social creature. Indeed, the bat has strong family ties. They are very nurturing, exhibiting verbal communication, touching, and sensitivity to members of their group.

Here is a quick-list of bat animal symbolism:

Illusion
Rebirth
Dreams
Intuition
Initiation
Journeying
Inner Depth
Communication

The bat is a symbol of rebirth and depth because it is a creature that lives in the belly of the Mother (Earth). From the womb-like caves it emerges every evening at dusk. And so - from the womb it is reborn every evening.

If you have the bat as your totem you are extremely aware of your surroundings. Sometimes you can be overly sensitive to the feelings of others. Additionally, you are quite perceptive on a psychic level, and are prone to have prophetic dreams.

[link to www.whats-your-sign.com]


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During the past century several authorities noticed that Greek and Latin astronomical texts show a mysterious confusion of the "Sun"--Greek Helios, Latin Sol--with the outermost planet, Saturn. Though the designation seems bizarre, the expression "star of Helios" or "star of Sol" was applied to Saturn! Of the Babylonian star-worshippers 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. Can you imagine any difficulty in separating the two bodies, or distinguishing the one from the other?

One fact beyond dispute is that the word Helios did become the Greek word for our Sun, just as the Latin Sol gave his name to our Sun. The same can be said for the older Shamash and Ra: the names of these gods became the names for the solar orb. But that's where the connection with our Sun ends and the mystery of Saturn, the Universal Monarch, begins.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


ra=saturn=yaldaboath
sol=saboath
imo
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ka,, ra,, ya,, sa,, ta,, ha,, la,, creations seven core vibrational sounds,,

interesting indeed,,

much love,,

much love,,
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Hi everyone.

So would you say the reality I experience, there is an increase in novelty?
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During the past century several authorities noticed that Greek and Latin astronomical texts show a mysterious confusion of the "Sun"--Greek Helios, Latin Sol--with the outermost planet, Saturn. Though the designation seems bizarre, the expression "star of Helios" or "star of Sol" was applied to Saturn! Of the Babylonian star-worshippers 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. Can you imagine any difficulty in separating the two bodies, or distinguishing the one from the other?

One fact beyond dispute is that the word Helios did become the Greek word for our Sun, just as the Latin Sol gave his name to our Sun. The same can be said for the older Shamash and Ra: the names of these gods became the names for the solar orb. But that's where the connection with our Sun ends and the mystery of Saturn, the Universal Monarch, begins.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


ra=saturn=yaldaboath
sol=saboath
imo
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ka,, ra,, ya,, sa,, ta,, ha,, la,, creations seven core vibrational sounds,,

interesting indeed,,

much love,,

much love,,
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These as well nobody :)

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Solfeggio tones

In Gnosis I, Boris Mouravieff corresponds the solfege to the descending scale of the Ray of Creation from esoteric cosmology:

DOminus (God)
SIdereus orbis (Starry sky/Ensemble of all Worlds)
LActeus orbis (the Milky Way)
SOL (the Sun)
FAtum (Fate: the Planetary World, with direct influence on human destiny)
MIxtus orbis (the Earth, under the mixed rule of Good and Evil)
REgina astris (the Moon, ruler of human fate)


He also corresponds UT to the uterus in the birth of flesh, and SI as representing "the door of the second Birth, according to the Spirit".[16]

In all of Hindustani music and Carnatic music (two major branches of Indian classical music), a form of solfège called swara or sargam is the first lesson. In Indian classical music the corresponding sounds of solfege are sa, re (ri), ga, ma, pa, dha, ni and back to sa. The Sanhita portion of the Samaveda (Hindu holy verses), that date back to 1300-1000 BCE[dubious – discuss] were later set to music using this technique. This is the earliest known origin of the solfège.

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Octaves of light throught sounds for creation

One can only begin to imagine what the symphony of creation sounded like hf


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Sabaoth is known as Sabbath. It could be Saturday or Sunday depending on your intellectually accouterments.

Saturday, a day of communion (thus hosts).


Sabaoth is also the material emanation of Yaldabaoth on this plane.


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Hello, my first post here.
The Bible states 'that in the beginning was the word!'
but were there any words? or the predated pictures? or sounds?
Shouldn't it be that in the beginning there was sound!
I read a channeler somewhere and it said 'God sighed!'
Isn't that more obvious to create the matter?
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To take it a little further. Is the 'neutrian' the anti sound or antimatter???
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True Dion depends on which side of the fence you are viewing things from... Lunar(from sundown to sundown)
or Solar (from sunup to sunup)

Sabbath / Sabbatu ( day of rest for the soul)


Saturday / Saturns Day

Sunday / Sols Day


However, may I ask, how did you come to the conclusion that Saboath is Sabbath?

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Sabaoth
early 14c., from L.L., from Gk. Sabaoth, from Heb. tzebhaoth "hosts, armies," plural of tzabha "army." A word translated in O.T. in phrase "the Lord of Hosts," but originally left untranslated in N.T. and "Te Deum" in the designation Lord of Sabaoth; often confused with sabbath (q.v.).
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"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"

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