By. Dynamo Jakk
Dating as far back as 10,000 BC, history has uncovered and produced an abundance of ancient scribes and carvings belonging to many of the ancient kingdoms. Personalized recordings reflecting people’s love, respects, and adoration for the Sun, and it’s quite simple, why! Just as every morning the Sun rises bringing with it vision, warmth, and security, delivering man from the cold obscure predator-filled darkness of night, in many other ways the ancestors, depended greatly on the Suns magnificent power to guide them, protect them, as well as provide for them. While some of the elders held this magical playful expression of love and adoration in their hearts for the marvelous star that ruled the dark skies, others were not so generous and forthcoming, drafting among themselves instead tales of ghoulish looking entities and hideous looking dark lords of the night, each one representing an evil principle or a personified description of its wickedness. For instance, the Greek god Hercules, the strong Phoenician sun whom had his good and bad side, the one who was known for tormenting the land of the people with his flaming fire and heat in the hot countries of the Levant, was also proof in itself that the ancestors had developed personal relationships through the personifications of those cosmic bodies that ruled over the heavens.
The ancient cultures clearly understood without a shadow of a doubt that without the sun, crops would not grow and that life on the planet would not be able to thrive, or survive for long. These many different forms of realities experienced by these star gazers and planet worshipers made the Sun the most adored and sought-after object of all time. Take the story of Jesus Christ, born in Bethlehem on December twenty fifth through miraculous conception and a virgin birth. The mother of Jesus is identified throughout the bible as one, the virgin Mary. The birth of Jesus is recorded to have been announced by a star in the east from which the three kings or the magi were purported to have followed in order to locate and bask with love and adoration, the new found savior of man, the messiah.
After being betrayed by Judas and sold for thirty pieces of silver, which was a referrencing to the thirty day lunar cycle, he was crucified, placed in a tomb where after three days was then resurrected and ascended into heaven. First of all, the birth sequence is completely astrological. The star in the East is the star Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky which on December 24th aligns with the three brightest stars in Orion’s belt. The three bright stars in Orion’s belt are literally called today what they were called in ancient times, the three kings. The three kings and the brightest star, Sirius, all point to the place of sunrise on December 25th, this is why the three kings follow the star in the East in order to locate the sunrise, the birth of the Sun.
The Virgin Mary is the actually highlighted by scholars to represent the constellation Virgo, also known as Virgo the virgin. Virgo is also referred to as the house of bread, and the representation of Virgo is a virgin holding a sheaf of wheat. This house of bread and its symbol of wheat represent the months of August and September, the time of harvest. Bethlehem, translates to house of bread. Bethlehem is merely a reference to the constellation Virgo, a place in the sky, not on the actual earth.
Let us also consider another point by taking into account the fact that there is another very interesting phenomenon that occur around December 25th, (winter solstice). From the summer solstice to the winter solstice the day’s become shorter and colder, and from the perspective of the Northern Hemisphere, the Sun appears to be moving south and seems to get smaller and scarcer. Because the shortening of the days and the dying of crops when approaching the winter solstice, it was symbolized by the elders as the process of death. It was, in a sense a death, it was the death of the Sun, and by December 22nd the suns demise was fully recognized. The Sun, having moved south for six complete months, arrives at its lowest point in the sky. Once making it to its final resting place a very peculiar thing occurs. The Sun stops moving south, at least perceivably, for three whole days and it is during this phenomenal three-day rest that the Sun resides in the vicinity of the Southern Cross, or crux.
At this time, on December 25th, the Sun starts its journey again but moving one degree north this time, bringing about longer days, warmth, and spring. Thus, it was accurately stated that the Sun had died on the cross, was dead for three whole days, only to be resurrected, or born again. This is why Jesus Christ and so many of the much older Sun gods share the same crucifixion three-day death and resurrection stories.
The ancestors were also aware of the Stars and the role they played in the cosmological scheme of nature. Infact, it was there tracking of the Stars that allowed them to recognize and anticipate upcoming events such as eclipses and full moons. With reverence, profound love, and adoration for the solar forces of nature the ancestors even went so far as to catalogue these celestial groups into what we know today as constellations.
Below is an image of the cross of the zodiac, one of the oldest and most conceptual images in human history, it is a reflection of the Sun as it figuratively passes through the twelve major constellations of the zodiac over a course of one calendar year. It also represents the twelve months of the year, the four seasons, as well as the solstices and equinoxes.
The term zodiac itself highlights the fact that the ancients had anthropomorphized or personified the constellations as either figures or animals. The early civilizations did not just follow the Sun and stars, though. They personified them with elaborate myths and tales involving their movements and the effects of them.
Since antiquity, the Sun, in all its splendor, with all of its life-giving and saving qualities, has always been personified as a representative force of the unseen prime creator. The sun was seen as God’s own sun, the light of the world was the savior of man. The twelve constellations represented places Gods son had traveled which were represented by many names usually representing the elements of nature that occurred during that period of time. For example, Horus, he is the Sun God of Egypt of around 3000 B.C. he is the Sun anthropomorphized and his life is a series of allegorical myths involving the sun’s movement throughout the sky from the ancient hieroglyphics in Egypt. We have been taught a lot about this solar Messiah and the realms of his existence. For instance, Horus being the Sun or the light had an enemy known as set and Set was the personification of darkness or night.
Metaphorically speaking every morning Horus would win the battle over Seth by conquering the horizon and sending him back into the underworld. It is important to highlight that dark versus light, or good versus evil is and has always been the most ubiquitous myths concerning the forces that are responsible for creating a dual nature.
In Egyptian texts, Ra, represents the sun at its most high position in the sky. Horus was represented, as was Jesus Christ, as the “rising sun,” or sunrise. Set/Satan/Saturn, was the “setting sun,” while Osiris/the black sun/Saturn, was the name of the sun as it traveled far beneath the earth back into the abyss/Sheol/hades/, or simply put, the halls of Amenti taking with it it’s splendorous light, leaving only darkness in its trail.
Stay tuned for part.3 of Saturn: the Hidden God, as we explore the connections of the stigimatized personifications of the once revered cosmic diety, and his connections and influence throughout all ancient religions, up until today’s modern day religions.
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