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Is getting married 'the one ring' saturn ritual?

 
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Is getting married 'the one ring' saturn ritual?
Is getting married 'the one ring' saturn ritual?
by masonfreeparty on Thu Dec 24, 2009 7:06 pm

Probably why every fucker that ends up getting married is sentenced to a life long prison sentence..we now know why they put so much emphasis on a bloody ringl saturn the planet of restriction that feeds off sighs and tears..or am i talking bolox?

“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. So when you get married, you get married with a ring and the symbol of that God is the ring, the ring of Saturn. You're wearing God's ring. And the yarmulke was the round ring that you wear on your head, for Saturn your God. Even in the middle ages, in the temples, Catholic monks would shave their heads in a round circle, and the Hebrews, instead of doing that, would wear the yarmulke. But it all had to do with the round rings of Saturn.” -Jordan Maxwell, “Matrix of Power”

“The ancient name of Saturn was, as mentioned, EL. It is the reason why those that were chosen by EL, were called Elites. In fact the words, Elect, Elder, Elevated, Elohim, Temple, Circle, Gospel, Apostle, Disciple, Evangelists, etc., all derive from the Cult of EL. Angels are messengers of god. But god was EL, which is why we have the names of the Archangels bearing the ‘el,’ suffix - Raphael, Michael, Uriel, Gabriel, etc,.” -Michael Tsarion, “Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology”

“The plural term Elohim appears over 2500 times in the Old Testament but is falsely translated in most versions. This fact of plurality explains why in Genesis ‘Gods’ said, ‘Let us make man in our image.’ As stated, Elohim refers to both ‘gods’ and ‘goddesses,’ and its singular form, El, served as a prefix or suffix to names of gods, people and places, whence Emmanu-El, Gabri-El, Beth-El, etc. Even ‘Satan’ was one of the Elohim.” -Acharya S., “The Christ Conspiracy” (67)

The gods of EL-o-him are ang-EL-s, the messengers of god. When witches cast a spe-EL, they put the “Hex” (6) on someone, and when chefs deep fry something, they “Deep 6” it. It is the EL-ites who run the world today. El-ite comes from the “Isra-El-ites” which came from the Egyptian worship of the Moon (Isis), the Sun, (Ra), and Saturn (Elohim), hence Is-Ra-El.


In Islamic tradition, the “Rock” is where Muhammad ascended to Heaven accompanied by the ang-el Gabri-el. The Dome of the “Rock” was built in the 600 AD era and was won back by the Israelites on 06/07/67 after the “6 day war.” The Dome’s outer walls measure 60 (6x10) feet wide and 36 (6x6) feet high. The Knights Templar claimed the Dome of the Rock was the site of the Temple of Solomon and set up their “Templum Domini” adjacent to it during the 12th century.


“Saturn is an important key to understanding the long heritage this conspiracy has back to antiquity. The city of Rome was originally known as Saturnia or City of Saturn. The Roman Catholic church retains much of the Saturn worship in its ritual. Saturn also relates to Lucifer. In various occult dictionaries Saturn is associated with evil. Saturn was important to the religion of Mithra, and also the Druids.” –Fritz Springmeier, “Bloodlines of the Illuminati
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The Best Man

The Best Man in weddings originated with the Germanic Goths. Around 200 C.E. it was customary for a man to marry a woman who lived in his town or village. But if there was a shortage of women then the man would take a trip to a nearby village and "steal" a wife. The person he would most likely take along for this would, of course, be his best friend, i.e. the Best Man. During the marriage ceremony the Best Man remained at the side of the groom, armed in case the bride's family had ideas of trying to take her back by force. [Back]


Carrying the Bride Over the Threshold

Carrying the Bride Over the Threshold originated as a symbolic act for the above mentioned abducting a bride from which "The Best Man" tradition originated. [Back]

Bride Standing to the Left of the Groom

This tradition has it's origins from the same area as the origins of the Best Man. When a groom abducted his bride, he would have her stand to his left so that he could protect her, i.e. keep his sword hand free. [Back]

The Honeymoon

The Honeymoon has two sources. In Germanic and Scandinavian lands when a groom was forced to abduct his bride they would have to hide out for a time until the brides family tired of looking for her and returned home. The second source was the tradition that the bride and groom would share a cup of honey mead every day for the first month. Hence the honey part of the name. The moon portion of the name comes from the moon which is the origin of the word month.



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Re: Is getting married 'the one ring' saturn ritual?
the custom of wearing rings on the fingers in general was based in mythology... it is meant to honor the chains/shackles of Prometheus, who was punished for giving fire to humankind and sentenced to be shackled to the top of a cliff... an eagle ate his liver from his body each day and a new one grew back to be eaten the next day

so you could say they symbolize neverending torture... LOL

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DITCH ALL YOUR RINGS...NOW!
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Re: Is getting married 'the one ring' saturn ritual?
funny, i ditched my rings long ago. really nice information here with a lighthearted twist. thanks OP.
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Its honey no the moon look its here ...
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Re: Is getting married 'the one ring' saturn ritual?
"one ring to rule them all."

5 stars OP, bang on! Iv'e been saying this for years but people just give you strange looks and laugh...

ever heard of a cult of a black cube? this is also the cult of Saturn, the symbolism is all over the place.

“You might not know it, but the entire world has been worshiping Saturn for thousands of years. The cult has never stopped and its rites are still present to this day. Saturn, dubbed the “Lord of the Rings”, is the reason why we exchange rings at weddings or put halos on the heads of godly people. This article exposes the attributes of the god Saturn and the perpetuation of his cult through in pop culture."

here is a post I did on the cult of the black cube on my blog:

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When you make the two into one, and when you make the inner like the outer and the outer like the inner, and the upper like the lower, and when you make male and female into a single one, so that the male will not be male nor the female be female, when you make eyes in place of an eye, a hand in place of a hand, a foot in place of a foot, an image in place of an image, then you will enter


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