Saturn-Jupiter Monoliths and Obelisks

The big talk the last few weeks was the “monoliths” that allegedly started popping up in certain areas. The first one was in Utah, the second in Romania and a third just popped up a few days ago in Atascadero on Pine Mountain. But it didn’t stop there. There was one found today (12/5/20) at Joshua Tree. I knew this was all a hoax bit the symbolism of this should not get thrown out with the bath water.

“The community of artists known as The Most Famous Artist posted a photo of the monolith on their Instagram account Friday saying only “” The photo of the three-sided metal monolith included specs of the artwork noting: “Authentic dimensions and museum quality materials; edition of 3+1 artist proof; delivery and installation included; Blockchain certification of authenticity, signed and dated ‘The Most Famous Artists 2020’” – and added delivery would take 4 to 6 weeks.” (

They are selling these 2001’esque monoliths for $45,000. 4+5=9, the magic number. The first one showed up in Utah on November 18th (which happens to he National Occult Day and the 3 year anniversary of Saturn leaving the restrainer, Ophichus). 33 days from November 18th happens to be December 21st, the day of the Saturn-Jupiter Great Conjunction.

Even though this is a hoax, why would someone put up these ritualistic 3 sided Egyptian monoliths known as a pyramid shaped obelisk? And why now, just 33 days from 12/21? Well before we look at that I want to point out that the Atascadero story actually called this an obelisk ( It wasn’t called this the first 2 times it was seen. So why?

Well we know these obelisks represent the missing phallus of Osiris/Nimrod in this mythos story. Remember that I said the Great Cleaving or Conjunction is playing out this mythos story in the stars with the “father dying and the son rising from the ashes”. This being set up now is more of this mythos being played out and nothing more of an esoteric invocation. Here is the interesting thing, we have the dying Saturn handing over his reigns to his son Jupiter. This is parallel to the feminine aspect of Satan (Sophia) coming into his own through the earthly terrestrial man, what the world knows as the Antichrist or man of Sin. If there is a physical man to come about as the son of perdition line Judas, it should happen around this time.

So I want to point out Stephen’s history lesson to the Sanhedrin in Acts 7:43 where he quoted Amos 5:26. Amos said, “But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves.” Stephen says, “Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them: and I will carry you away beyond Babylon.” He is showing them the contrast to the 2 Tabernacles. The tabernacle of Moloch and the tabernacle of witness represented by GOD.

He then goes onto to mention the “star” of Remphan/Chiun. These are the same gods but with a different Greek and Hebrew name. Now what is interesting is that Chiun (kı̂yûn) is a “statue or pillar” and comes from kûn which means to be form or stable or properly, “to be erect”. This is giving you the definition of what an obelisk is. A Chiun or the star of their god is an Egyptian obelisk. Remphan (i.e. Kijun), an Egyptian idol, is a transliteration of Chiun and means “the shrunken (as lifeless)”. This is in my opinion a pocket teraphim in the form of a obelisk that could be carried in their pockets.

And who is Remphan? Saturn. You will see over and over in scholarly commentaries that this is the “star of Saturn”. Ironically the monolith in the movie 2001 was connected to Jupiter. So with those “artists” setting these things up, in is an conjuring of both Saturn and Jupiter. It was a floating black monolith that led them in the movie. “The phrase “My God, it’s full of stars” was not a part of 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), but was a part of the original novel. In it, the “stargate” monolith was found not floating in space near Jupiter but on the surface of Saturn’s moon Japetus (also known as Iapetus).

“Rompha, Rephan (RV), one of the names of Seb, the Egyptian Saturn. “The star of the god Rephan (το αστρον του θεου Ρομφα). Spelled also Romphan and Remphan. Supposed to be Coptic for the star Saturn to which the Egyptians, Arabs, and Phoenicians gave worship. But some scholars take the Hebrew Kiyyoon to mean statues and not a proper name at all, “statues of your gods” carried in procession, making “figures” (τυπους) with both “tabernacle” and “star” which they carried in procession.” (RWP)

“the “object” of worship called “Chiun” in Hebrew was called “Remphan” in the language of Egypt. It is generally agreed that the object of their worship was the planet “Saturn,” or “Mars,” both of which planets were worshipped as gods of evil influence. In Arabic, the word “Chevan” denotes the planet Saturn. Probably “Rephan,” or “Remphan,” is the Coptic name for the same planet, and the Septuagint adopted this because that translation was made in Egypt, where the Coptic language was spoken.” (Barnes Notes)

“Remphan or Raiphan is meant the planet Saturn, which the Copts call ρηφαν, Rephan. It will be seen above that instead of Remphan, or, as some of the best MSS. have it, Rephan, the Hebrew text has כיון Chiun, which might possibly be a corruption of ריפן Reiphan, as it would be very easy to mistake the כ caph for ר resh, and the vau shurek ו for פ pe. This emendation would bring the Hebrew, Septuagint, and the text of Luke, nearer together;” (Clarke)

“Chiun is indeed, by Kimchi and Aben Ezra h, said to be the same with Chevan, which, in the Ishmaelitish and Persian languages, signifies Saturn; and so does Rephan in the Egyptian language: and it is further to be observed, that the Egyptians had a king called Remphis, the same with Apis; and this may be the reason why the Septuagint interpreters, who interpreted for Ptolomy, king of Egypt, put Rephan, which Stephen calls Remphan, instead of Chiun, which they were better acquainted with, since they both signify the same deity, and the same star; and which also was the star of the Israelites, called by them שבתאי, because supposed to have the government of the sabbath day, and therefore fitly called the “star of your god”.” (Gill)


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