In this session, we explore the mysterious reaches of the planet Saturn. Your 30 Minutes of Diabolical begins now…
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– Show Notes –
Saturn’s Hexagonal Storm
Of all the fiendish visuals that have been observed by the vigilant Cassini satellite, the Hexagonal Storm on Saturn’s north pole rattles the mind as much as anything it will ever encounter. A tornado raging for decades, possibly even hundreds of years, able to swallow roughly four Earths in it’s chaos. The creepy multiplier of this vortex is it may amplify the eerie frequencies escaping the planet that have been caught by NASA recordings. The Hexagon is a prevalent shape in our everyday world; you may have seen a “stop” sign… is Saturn trying to warn us to stay away?
If conspiracy theories are your cup of tea, chances are good you’ve heard of David Icke. Probably best known for his theory of humanity spawning from a reptilian breeding experiment, it’s David Icke’s ideas on the planet Saturn that caught our attention. Is Saturn a giant transmitter beaming sinister messages to the masses here on Earth? Doubtful, but it’s definitely fun to think about. Mr. Icke expounded on the research and ideas of Norman Bergrun, proposing that an ancient reptilian race built the Rings of Saturn as a means to subliminally imprison mankind. Sounds to us like something straight out of Kenneth Johnson’s V television series… which begs the question, can you get more diabolical than that? To learn more about the fascinating mind of David Icke, hit the links below.
In Saturn’s Rings: While Team Diabolical knows a thing or two about passion projects, Steven van Vuuren is, quite frankly, on another level with his quixotic pursuit to introduce Saturn to IMAX and ignite our synapses. We could drop specs on you, but to be honest, this is a no-brainer for any lover of the cosmos. Prepare your mind to be immersed In Saturn’s Rings coming soon to an IMAX screen near you. Mad props to those involved. Cheers.