Days of the week Prove Mysticism – eating

Named after contemporary god/deities of the Sumerians during the Dagon, Nimrod, Enki, other deities, Chaldean and Atlantean periods. After a few civilizations rose and fell, it was adopted by the Babylonians. A few more rise and fall civilizations go by. Then stolen by the Roman Empire, who stole many mystical arts from their predecessors and then renamed them in their own honor. Romans perfected the Hermetic art of Social Alchemy.

At some point in history, covered by ‘spaces’, the deities our days of the week are named after – became luminaries or permanent residents of the sky/heavens. Their powers were still recognized on Earth as we see from the days of the week and hundreds of examples. In Greek times planets meant wanderer.

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The seven classical planets or seven luminaries are the seven moving astronomical objects in the sky visible to the naked eye: the Moon, Mercury, Venus, the Sun, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. Saturb is the sixth, the sexth and seth. Also Saturnus/Satan/Jesus/Ba’al/Saturday/Saturnalia. Also six and sex. Also the god of wealth and harvest.

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