posted on Feb, 25 2004 @ 11:43 PM
Zeus(Jupiter) represents the god of sky and heaven.
Poseidon(Neptune) represents the god of the sea.
Hades(Pluto) represents the god of death.
Cronus(Saturn) represents the current ruling oppressive power on earth, with the other Titans in subjection to him.
To end Cronus' and the other Titan's kingdom reign on earth, the gods of sky, water, and death joined forces to defeat these enemies.
The skies fell (in some way), the seas were displaced somehow along with the earth flooding with water, and millions upon millions were killed by this
Sky, water, and death.
But what about Cronus and the Titans? The legend goes on to say that Zeus(Jupiter), Poseidon(Neptune), and Hades(Pluto) banished the Titans(of which
Cronus is also) into Tartarus. A place of dense darkness only for these fallen gods.
Cronus(Saturn) represents the leader of the fallen gods, namely, Satan. He and the other fallen angels or gods are thrown into a place that limits
their powers and perception.
The early Christians contributed to this line of thought in the account of 2 Peter 2:4-5
"Certainly if God did not hold back from punishing the angels that sinned, but, by throwing them into Tartarus, delivered them to pits of dense
darkness to be reserved for judgment; and he did not hold back from punishing an ancient world, but kept Noah, a preacher of righteousness, safe with
seven others when he brought a deluge upon a world of ungodly people."