David Icke is pushing a his theory in a new direction, and it includes Saturn worship. I’m fairly new to this aspect, but when you Google or Youtube search for Saturn worship, you’ll find plenty to read about. Long story short, it appears that there is in fact Saturn worship on many levels in our Earthly world here.
Logos from companies that depict rings of Saturn or black cubes are only symbols with the hidden meaning of what Saturn really means to the insiders in the Illuminati. There’s also symbolism found in the north and south poles of the planet, as the winds form hexagons and even an all seeing eye. It seems to backup a lot of conspiracy theory, so I feel that Saturn is important to keep an eye on.
I barely glossed over some stuff about Saturn worship in a couple of articles where I broke down a Lil Wayne video (the infamous one that shows the Batman shooter symbolism) http://illuminatiwatcher.com/?p=2924, and also an old Duran Duran video: http://illuminatiwatcher.com/?p=3053
That being said, I saw a news post today where an astrobiologist claims there is life on Saturn’s moon- Enceladus.
Something else I’d like to rabble on about before I post some quoted takeaways from the Saturn article; one of the people in this article is Professor Charles Cockell, who is ironically teaching a free online course on how to search for alien life. I posted about it, if you’d like to read more about it and a link to the website: http://illuminatiwatcher.com/?p=2912
The cause of this unexpected interest in Enceladus – first observed by William Herschel in 1789 and named after one of the children of the Earth goddess Gaia – stems from a discovery made by the robot spacecraft Cassini, which has been in orbit of Saturn for the past eight years. The $3bn probe has shown that the little moon not only has an atmosphere, but that geysers of water are erupting from its surface into space. Even more astonishing has been its most recent discovery, which has shown that these geysers contain complex organic compounds, including propane, ethane, and acetylene.
Nasa astrobiologist Chris McKay. “It has got liquid water, organic material and a source of heat. It is hard to think of anything more enticing short of receiving a radio signal from aliens on Enceladus telling us to come and get them.”
Cassini’s observations suggest Enceladus possesses a subterranean ocean that is kept liquid by the moon’s internal heat. “We are not sure where that energy is coming from,” McKay admits. “The source is producing around 16 gigawatts of power and looks very like the geothermal energy sources we have on Earth – like the deep vents we see in our ocean beds and which bubble up hot gases.”