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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EL by mistertrece EL by mistertrece
Aerosol spray and kleenex on canvas, 2 coffee, 1 cigarette.
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watching and reading the text.

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.

As strange as it may seem, early astronomical traditions identify the "primeval sun" as the planet Saturn, the distant planet which the alchemists called the "best sun" and which the Babylonians, the founders of astronomy, identified as the exemplary light of heaven, the "sun"-god Shamash. ("Shamash is the planet Saturn", the astronomical texts say.) In archaic copies of Plato's Timaeus, the word for the planet Saturn is Helios, the "sun" god. Popular Greek traditions identified Saturn as Kronos.

The Greeks called it the god "Helios". The Romans called it "Sol". These familiar figures have a long history, and the more one learns about their links to the earlier cultures, the more a mystery of origins comes into focus. Long before Greek and Roman times, the Egyptians worshipped the luminary Atum or Ra, just as the Sumerians honored Utu and the Babylonians the god Shamash. Astronomers and priests celebrated this light of heaven as the "Universal Monarch," the "father" of civilization and the celestial prototype of kings.

There is no mystery as to the present astronomical associations of these figures. But more archaic traditions, coming from many and diverse cultures, identify the great "sun" gods with the motionless center of heaven, the celestial pole. They speak of a primeval sun, an exemplary or "best" sun, ruling before the present sun.

Saturn always had a negative, if not evil significance. In ancient times, it has been called “The Greater Malefic” which was opposed to Jupiter, “The Greater Benefic”. Saturn is esoterically associated with man’s limitations, restrictions, death and decay. His Greek name was “Kronos”, the ruler of time, time being the main factore inevitably leading to the death of mortals.Traditional representations of the “grim reaper” originate from the attributes of the god Saturn, who held the sickle with which he slain his father.

It is interesting that Saturn’s symbol is the 6-pointed star, Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun, Saturn-day is the 6th day of the week, and now NASA is receiving images of “the Saturn Hexagon” (6-sided) atmospheric formation at Saturn’s poles. The 6th chakra of the human energy system is the 3rd eye/pineal gland (6, 3 times = 666). When your 3rd eye chakra opens you develop your 6th sense of intuition and spirituality. From a consciousness perspective, the 6th sense, your intuitions/hunches, are messengers of god, your guardian angels. Is interesting that angels have haloes/rings around their heads and Saturn is the only planet with a halo/ring around it.

Saturn has also been associated with Satan and this, for numerous reasons. First, many authors argue that the word Satan is derived from the word Saturn. Second, Saturn is associated with the color black as well as Satan. Third, Ancients considered Saturn to be the farthest planet from the sun, the latter being associated with the principle of Good. (Note that Pluto never was considered a planet). Saturn is consequently the celestial body that is the less exposed to the sun’s divine light and thus associated with the coldness of the principle of Evil. Finally, the “great god Pan,” the horned deity, represented Saturn in ancient paganism. This half-man half-goat creature is considered the ancestor of our modern depictions of Satan.

Despite acknowledging its association with Evil, secret societies find the veneration of Saturn necessary to obtain illumination. It is the necessary counterpart of the principle of Good. Masonic authors clearly associate Saturn with Satan.

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,.

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.

The city of Rome was originally known as Saturnia or City of Saturn.

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.

The black holy bible tells us Satan is 666. Saturn is the 6th planet, its symbol is a 6-pointed star, it supposedly has hexagon weather formations, and Saturn-day, the 6th day, is “Black Sabbath.”
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Babylonia666 Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  Professional
Amazing work from the most scary and lovely artist... lol :D (Big Grin) 

Brotherhood of Saturn are very interesting for sure :) (Smile) 

 
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mistertrece Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You really know how to make my day.... scary and lovely dont usually fit and you made it sound so cool :D Glad you like it, you´re amazing as usual Heart 
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Lordm0th Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Professional General Artist
Holy Hell.... by night and day... i love it!
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mistertrece Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you bro!! glad you like it!
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Lordm0th Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Professional General Artist
...I was listening an horror piano theme with a boy that you've made... i'm on and i liked. El is special.. but the All of your art is greater ;) (seriously hard to find a fav in your gallery).
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mistertrece Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow bro, thanks for that words. I try to create something different into the spray stuff, and people like you are the best fuel for to be better. I really appreciate it, thanks!
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MadKreem Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
 Coffee and cigarettes is a god combination ;) 
I love emotions in this work and the description which is really interesting!
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mistertrece Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hahahaha woithout coffee and cigarettes, my art never will be the same!!! :D Glad you like it, like i said coming from you is a honor, and thank you for to read the text, the words and the music are the 50% of my art!
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MadKreem Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
music = inspiration
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mistertrece Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No doubt, is cool because when i make music, it inspires me to paint, and when i paint, sometimes it inspires me to create music, so is really amazing.
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