If you have been reading my blog for any length of time, you will notice that I talk about the planet Jupiter, A LOT. The Jupiter near star reason that I spend so much of my efforts on Jupiter and the mythology surrounding it, is because my family happens to descend from this same planet. I AM what some people would call a descendant of the Elohim, the Anunnaki, the Nephilim, or the Atlanteans. You know of these people today as the Ancient Israelites, Greeks and/or the Phoenicians.

Many of my ancestors were called the sons of Jupiter, such as Alexander the Great who was crowned the Son of Jupiter Amon at the Temple of Jupiter Ammon, in the Egyptian Desert of the Siwa Oasis. At a later date in the Roman Empire, two of the most famous Roman Dictators who ever lived, Julius and Augustus Caesar had also claimed Jupiter as their father.

Author Max Heindel of the Rosicrucians had written in The Rosicrucian Cosmo-conception about these advanced beings from Jupiter;

Jupiter was differentiated shortly afterwards, when the nebula had become ignited. The heat of Jupiter is not so great as that of the Sun, Venus or Mercury, but on account of its immense bulk, it is capable of retaining its heat and thus remains a suitable field of evolution for very advanced beings. It corresponds to the stage which will be reached by the Earth itself in the Jupiter Period.

Proclus had written about the Father Jupiter in one of the verses of Orpheus:

“Jupiter is the king, Jupiter himself is the original source of all things; there is one power, one god, and one great ruler over all. But we have seen that Jupiter and all the other Gods were but names for the Sun; therefore it follows that the Sun, either as emblem or as God himself, was the object of universal adoration.”

The meaning of mythology is, “A body or collection of myths belonging to a people and addressing their origin, history, deities, ancestors, and heroes.” Hence, when you read the mythology or study the symbols of the Ancient Hittites, Egyptians, Israelites, Greeks, Romans and the Christian religion, you are reading “their stories” about their origin, history, deities, ancestors, and heroes. You will find that much of this same mythology is all based on the solar system, and that each country, tribe or race mentioned above, are all connected with one another through this same mythology.

The greatest of all Gods in Ancient Greece was Zeus who represented Jupiter, and his symbol is the eagle.

Jupiter Image

In Rome, Zeus had morphed into Iuppiter, Iūpiter – Pater/Father or the nominative: *Dyēus-pətēr, meaning “O Father Sky-God”, or “O Father Day-God”) and this is where we get the modern English spelling of Jupiter. He was the ruler of the lower world or Jove, which is the king of the gods and the god of sky and thunder.

jupiter statue

The most famous hero of Greek Antiquity, Hercules was the son of Jupiter. Hercules is represented on the celestial globe holding a club in his right hand, the three-headed dog Cerberus in his left, and the skin of the Nemsean Lion thrown over his shoulders.


Dionisys was the son of Zeus who was also known as Bacchus (/ˈbækəs/ or /ˈbɑːkəs/; Greek: Βάκχος, Bakkhos), the name adopted by the Romans.


Perseus was also the son of Jupiter and is the legendary founder of Mycenae and of the Perseid dynasty of Danaans. He is often represented on the globe with a sword in his right hand, the head of Medusa in his left, and wings at his ankles.



Corona Borealis;

is a beautiful crown given by Bacchus, the son of Jupiter, to Ariadne, the daughter of Minos, second king of Crete. Bacchus is said to have married Ariadne after she was basely deserted by Theseus, king of Athens, and after her death the crown which Bacchus had given her was made a constellation. Ctonus is fabled by the Greeks to be the swan under the form of which Jupiter deceived Lcda, or Nemesis, the wife of Tyndarus, king of Laconia. Leda was the mother of Pollux and Helena, the most beautiful woman of the age ; and also of Castor and Clytemnestra. The two former were deemed the offspring of Jupiter, and the others claimed Tyndarus as their father.

Here is an image below, of Alexander the Great at the Temple of Jupiter Ammon, being crowned with the Corona of oak leaves by the High Priests as the Son of Jupiter Amon.

Alexander at the temple of Jupiter Ammon

A symbol of Jupiter is the ram and ram’s horns, such the ones displayed on this coin below of Alexander the Great.

Jupiter alexander the great

Here is an image of Augustus Caesar, who had also claimed Jupiter as his father. Notice the corona of oak leaves on his head just like Alexander the Great above, and to his side an eagle, a symbol of Jupiter.

Augustus as Jupiter Vatican

In a previous article, “Jupiter: Father of Men & Lord of the Heavens“, I had explained the etymology of Jupiter over the last few thousand years;

Throughout the course of written history of our world in many cultures and all throughout mythology, Jupiter was called by many different names, but one thing is for sure, they had all considered Jupiter as the God of the sky and father to human kind. Over the past 5,000 years, this giant gas planet has been known by many various ancient names, such as Zeus, Titan, Osiris, Ham, King David, Jesus, Jupiter-Ammon, Jove, Yahweh, Jehovah, Adonai, Saint Peter, Buddha, Aten (Aden or Adon), Gaden, Dan, Odin (Woden), Nibiru, Marduk, and Jedi (Jeudi or Djedi), just to name a few.

In The Cyclopedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature, Volume 19 By Abraham Rees;

The various names by which this deified Jupiter, who was the great divinity of the Pagan world, and who was universally worshipped from Egypt to the centre of Spain, was distinguished, were derived from the places where he was worshipped, or from some circumstances that gave rise to the temples, chapels and altars that were consecrated to him; but it is needless to recount them.

Many of them occur in the sequel of this article, and make separate heads in they were derived from the elements of nature or from some eminent persons, who were raised to this rank, the Jupiter seems to have been pre-eminent, and of course his worship was the most solemn, and attended with the greatest variety of ceremonies. god were the she-goat,the sheep, and the white bull, whose horns ‘they took care to gild.

In several cases they had no victim, but made him an offering of flour, salt, and intense, especially at Rome; at Athens, they sacrificed an ox ; and when he represented Jupiter the avenger, the sacrifice of atonement presented to him was a she-goat. _H\e had a’ temple at Rome, under that name, near the Capitol, where he was represented with arrows in his hand, to denote that he was ready to execute vengeance upon crimes. Among the trees, the oak and the olive were ‘consecrated to him. None worshipped him more religiously, if we may believe Cicero, than the Roman ladies; 44 A Matronis Romanis castiffima cultus” ‘says that author. (De Nat. Deor. l. i.) Jupiter’s three oracles, that of Dodona, that of Trophonius, and that which he had in Libya, were famous. See ORACLE. ‘ As mankind are directed by an internal spirit or mind, the universe also is.governed by an over-ruling intelligence; which, as the cause and preserver of all animal beings, was called Zaugfi Zoog. See GOD.

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