|Saturn's diminutive moon, Mimas, poses as the Death Star - Scientists first noticed Mimas's resemblance to the Death Star when the twin Voyager spacecraft flew past Saturn in 1980 and 1981.||
2/27/2005 8:55:20 AM Pacific Standard Time
It is interesting and correct that you linked the photos of Iapetus and their image metal balls found on earth. If you have also read David N. Talbott's book, "The Saturn Myth" you can see why he wrote it. Billions of years ago people were linked to Saturn as a midnight sun. It is no accident that Sabbath is on Saturn's Day for the Jews. Another guy wrote a book about how our own moon was a spaceship. And you have heard I suppose, that the two moons of Mars are also spaceships. But, why didn't the pilots want to return to their parked travel devices and leave? Did stargates make them obsolete? This is just a small solar system in a small galaxy, and there is a black hole out there that sucked in one just like it over the last few million years, but we are far from black holes. Even galaxies collide. And when we get old enough to think about things like this we soon die.
According to 2 Esdras 14:9-18 - - There are cycles for a creation and they have a whole of time of 12 divisions (1000 years each) and we are at the end of the 11th it seems. So, there are 6000 years of secret happenings and 6000 years of interviews and 1000 years of final review, before turning into something like "light beings" maybe. But, over all is Yahweh God forevermore, who knew the beginning from the end.