Let it be known, that Venus is not the only morning star in our galaxy. Not many people are aware of the fact that the planet Jupiter and VenusJupiter (Latin: Iuppiter, Iūpiter) is also called the morning star, and it is this morning star that is spoken of in the bible. Hence, Venus is NOT the true morning star of mythology, and when the bible says that there fell a great star from heaven, they are simply referring to Jupiter who is also known as Jove, the supreme ruler God on high, to whom the ancient Greeks had called Φαέθων, Phaethon, “blazing.”

Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. It is called the son of the Sun, and has been known since the most ancient of times to astrologers. It is on average the third-brightest object in the night sky after the Moon and Venus. It is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest planet in the Solar System. It is visible to the naked eye in the night sky, and can occasionally be seen in the daytime when the sun is low.

Jupiter near starAncient astrologers have always associated Jupiter with the birth of kings and Venus with fertility. This is why Jupiter is called in ancient mythology, the King planet, Father of the Sky, Father of the Gods, and Lord of Heaven. This fact is paramount in understanding that the planet Jupiter, for thousands of years, has always been associated with the birth of kings, and it is the star in the bible of the Magi and Star of Bethlehem.

In Sumerian texts,  Jupiter is called mulu babber – “bright sun-like star” and is also called Nibiru (Neberu) which simply means “ferry boat or to cross.”  The child-bearing Jupiter was a common subject of the artists of that Hittite people, the Etruscans.


Lidzbarski notes that the lord of the heaven’ is mentioned in the treaty between Ramses II and Hetasira, the Hittite chief. It was therefore a very ancient title known to the Hittites, and from them may slight trace of a monotheistic tendency among the Phoenicians and Aramaeans; so far as it existed at all it belonged to the religion of the few, just as it did among the Babylonians and Assyrians.


Jupiter is not only the King planet and Lord of Heaven in the AS ABOVE, it is also the morning star, blazing star, and the Star of Bethlehem of the bible. The brightness of this morning star can be best seen in December and January, right around when we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, who in the King James bible, both Jesus and Lucifer are called the morning star. For example, we see Jesus call himself the “bright morning star” in Revelation 22:16 “I, Jesus, have sent my angel to give you this testimony for the churches. I am the Root and the Offspring of David, and the bright Morning Star,” and it is also applied to Lucifer, where we see the term appears in the context of an oracle against a dead king of Babylon, who is addressed as הילל בן שחר (hêlêl ben šāḥar), rendered by the King James Version as “O Lucifer, son of the morning!” and by others as “morning star, son of the dawn“.


You will also find that Jupiter is also symbolized in Egyptian mythology as Osiris who is the God of water and heaven, and also after the Roman conquest of Egypt by Augustus Caesar where Osiris had morphed into the God Jupiter Ammon. Osiris is the later Egyptian successor to the Bablylonian God Marduk (Merodach, Amar-uduk, and Marudulc) whose original character is also connected with water, vegetation, judgment, and magic. As I stated in my previous article, What is Nibiru?, Marduk is just a code name for the planet Jupiter and is also called Nibiru (Neberu) by the Sumerians, which simply means “ferry boat or to cross.” In Babylono-Assyrians, the star of Babylon is detailed in inscriptions as the star of Marduk, or Jupiter. As the planet Jupiter does every year, it “crosses” the winter solstice in a ferry boat like manner, in which the Gods of Osiris and Marduk had died, only to be resurrected, representing continuity and stability.

prometheusThe Greeks had named their greatest of all Gods, Zeus, which also represents the AS ABOVE of the planet Jupiter. The son of Zeus, (Jupiter), Prometheus is the SO BELOW savior son.  In Greek mythology, ‘Prometheus (Ancient Greek, Προμηθεύς, “forethought”) is the Titan chiefly honored for stealing fire (knowledge) from the gods in the stalk of a fennel plant and giving it to mortals for their use. Also, it was from the giant fennel, Ferula communis, that the Bacchanalian wands of the god Dionysus and his followers were said to have come.

In Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Jupiter told Prometheus to make a new race of people “in godlike image” from clay and then call upon the winds to breathe life into them.  The Father of man-kind in the Sky,  Zeus (Jupiter) had denied this new creation race of men the secret of fire, and his son Prometheus feeling sorry for his creations,  stole fire from Olympus and took it to man.

Like what had happened to Jesus Christ, Prometheus was crucified for teaching man the secret hidden knowledge known only to the Gods. He was crucified by his father, Jupiter (Zeus) who nailed him to an upright beam of timber, to which were affixed extended arms of wood, and this cross was situated near the Caspian Straits. In the end days, Prometheus seeks the recall the curse of his Father Zeus because he is a symbol (Seal of Solomon or Star of David) for passive resistance, forgiveness, and love.

Today in the occult and in secret societies such as Freemasonry, Prometheus would be akin to Lucifer or the son of Cain, Tubal Cain. meaning we can find in the Hebrew spelling of Adon (plural- Adonai) meaning “Lord, Lord, LORD, master, or owner, and this is why in masonic lodges there is always a Grand Adonai; AKA Grand Master presiding over lodge activities. Hence, this is why there can be found a blazing star in every masonic lodge for it represents the Lord of Heaven and King of the Gods. These names you will find under such spellings as: Adonis, Adonai, Adoni, God, Od, Gott, Goth, Gothin, Wodan, Woden, Odin, (Gododin), Edin, Eden, Edon, Ed, Weden, Wedne, Aden, Adon, Aton or Aten, Gaden, Dan, Titan, Danaus, Dianus^ Ianus, Adonis, Poseidon, Cot, Cotta, Khoda, Chudai. Gaid (Gaid-El), Gad, Ad, Adad, Cuth, Cush, Gath, Ath, Aith, Guth, Gud, Gude, Gudan, Guodan, Othin, Oth, Ouvin, On, Oud, Weda, Gautama, Pagod, Bod, Bud. Buth, Budh, Budha, Budhu, Boodh, Bhood, Buddin, Boutta, Poota, Poth, Pot, Fo, Foo, Fohi.

The Chinese, Korean and Japanese referred to the planet as the wood star, Chinese: 木星; pinyin: mùxīng, based on the Chinese Five Elements.Chinese Taoism personified it as the Fu star. ” In Vedic Astrology, Hindu astrologers named the planet after Brihaspati, the religious teacher of the gods, and often called it “Guru“, which literally means the “Heavy One.”In the English language, Thursday is derived from “Thor’s day”, with Thor associated with the planet Jupiter in Germanic mythology.

saint_peter_statueThe Romans had named  Jupiter yēu-pəter (Pater/Father or the nominative: *Dyēus-pətēr, meaning “O Father Sky-God”, or “O Father Day-God”) and he was the ruler of the lower world, AKA Earth. Hence, this is where we get the name Saint Peter in Roman Catholicism, and the Pope who is supreme Pontiff sits on the chair of Peter (Ju-Piter), which our Lord delivered to him the keys of heaven, in a grand festival, held at St. Peter’s at Rome for they await the prophetic return of the Lord or Lords.

Like Prometheus and Jesus, let us not forget that the Father of the Planets, the son of the Sun, and Lord or Lords, Saint Peter or Jupiter was crucified on the cross, but instead crucified upside down and Prometheus seeks to recall the curse of his Father Zeus because he is a symbol (Seal of Solomon or Star of David) for passive resistance, forgiveness, and love.

In Daniel 2:47 the king said to Daniel, “Surely your God is the God of gods and the Lord of kings and a revealer of mysteries, for you were able to reveal this mystery.”


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