Satan Pt 2: Faces of the Storm God

ET Visitors become Sky Gods

For millions of years, extraterrestrial visitors of all kinds were known to humans and many were greeted as friends. Both positive and negative visitors were called ‘sky gods’. After the fall of Lemuria, more negative groups came and through their manipulations, the frequency of the planet dropped very low. Eventually these beings retreated to the astral plane but their influence continues to be felt throughout the human experience to this day.

The Invasion of Pidkozox and Oppisheklio

One particular group came to Earth under the leadership of the Sirian traitor of Galactic Federation named Oppisheklio, also known as the Sumerian god ‘Enki’, and his father-figure mentor from Uranus, Pidkozox, also known as ‘Enlil’. They genetically modified a bloodline of “chosen people” to be rulers over the existing humans races created by Galactic Federation. This invasion and interference is the basis for the book of Genesis, however the true creation of the human species by Galactic Federation happened millions of years prior.

This group became the Titans and Greek pantheon, the Egyptian Ogdoad, the Sumerian anunnaki, the fallen angels in Abrahamic religion, and the archons in Gnosticism. They are sometimes called creators, but they don’t really create anything. When these beings walked on the Earth in physical form, they demonstrated great powers. They had spacecraft and could fly in the body. Some offered knowledge and appeared to be benevolent, but they divided humans and caused great suffering.

Stories from mythology are often based on the memories of visiting sky gods, with details that have changed in retelling them over long periods of time. By looking at the primary gods of all world myths, definitive personas begin to emerge.

Uranus in Mythology

In Greek mythology, Uranus is the personification of the sky and is one of the “primordial deities”. The name Uranus comes from Ouranos father of Cronus, who was the father of Zeus. The word Ouranos is symbolic of their origin. Zeus originates from Ouranos, while the entity Pidkozox originates from the planet Uranus. The planet itself was not officially discovered until long after the Greeks associated Zeus with Uranus, but the eventual naming of the planet synchronizes perfectly with the storm god’s true origin.

In higher dimensions, many seemingly uninhabitable planets and stars can be lush worlds with civilizations and advanced life. The primary group that invaded Earth lived on the planet Uranus (Nebulac) for millions of years, and there are still many living there now. Every planet in our own solar system is inhabited, including our sun.

The Storm God and The Sun God

At the top of the Greek Pantheon are a storm god and a sun god, Zeus and Apollo. They have many parallels around the world. Sometimes they have a father-son relationship, and sometimes they are brothers. In Sumer, the storm god was called ‘Enlil’ or ‘Ilu-kur-gal’ (Ruler of the Mountain), and his brother was called ‘Enki’. The Canaanites called them ‘El Elyon’ and ‘Baal’ (‘Lofty Mountain’ and ‘Lord’). The “mountain” equates to Mount Olympus, where the gods reside in Greek mythology.

Pidkozox (Enlil, Zeus, Odin) “God the Father” to the elites, leader of the dark forces on Earth, primary adversary of humans, always watching with his all-seeing eye. He embodies the inversion of God-Source and manipulates humans to worship him through fear.

Oppisheklio (Enki, Apollo, Prometheus) “God the Son” to the elites, a false-light trickster hiding behind a mask of righteousness. He manipulates people by using their good intentions against them. Pleiadians call him the greatest deceiver of Earth. He is the brother of the benevolent Sirian leader Ashtar.

Pidkozox Across Cultures

From Paganism to Monotheism

The Abrahamic religions (Christianity, Judaism, Islam) exist today as systems of doctrine that mix empowering spirituality with aspects of ancient pagan worship. Each religion originated with teachings from prophets and contactees, at a time when blood sacrifice to negative entities was common. In the ancient world, the primary deity to receive worship through sacrifice was the father storm god (Pidkozox).

As the collective consciousness expanded as a result of teachers such as Yeshua, people began to reject public blood sacrifices. The elites were forced to change strategies and appear to adopt popular new ideas while continuing their old ways secretly. They used beloved holy prophets to repackage their own beliefs. With Christianity, much of this was organized at the First Council of Nicaea under the direction of Constantine the Great. Before Constantine converted to Christianity, he worshiped the sun god Sol, (Oppisheklio).

The Abrahamic religions are a perfect reflection of our duality-based existence. There’s defined ‘evil’, defined ‘good’, and evil that pretends to be good. We live through these stories every day, with each of us having the ability to make our own personal choices between good or evil.


The story of Moses is a retelling of the life of Akhenaten, the pharaoh who opposed the elite pagan priesthood to introduce monotheism. The ‘Aten‘ proposed by Akhenaten very close to the ‘God-Source’ that Yeshua would later teach using the word ‘Abwoon‘ from Aramaic.

Akhenaten was banished from Egypt along with the tribe of Hyksos people. In the elites’ retelling, “Moses” is a follower of Yahweh, a fictionalized amalgamation of Enki and Enlil. Islam follows a similar pattern in which a prophet introduces a monotheistic system which is later used by elites to conceal worship of a different god. In Islam, the the god Hubal was reintroduced under the name of ‘Allah’.

Names like YHWH and Allah change meaning in scriptures depending on the context they’re used in. Both words mean ‘God’. They were titles which became names. The confusion is intentional. Elites tricked the masses by giving their pagan gods the names that certain tribes used to mean ‘God-Source’, or ‘Prime Creator’.

Storm God Symbolism


Perun is the chief god in Slavic mythology, a god of storms. He’s symbolized by a hexagon (2-D cube), a 2-headed ax, and an eagle. His name is based on the root per- meaning “to strike, to slay”. The hexagon symbol, called “thunder marks”, were engraved on roof beams or over entries of village houses, to protect them from storms.

A 2-D hexagon in 3-D space becomes a cube. The cube is another symbol of storm god worship, used throughout religion, finance and entertainment.

Saturn Cube

In Roman mythology, the god Saturn is the father of the storm god Jupiter. Instead of seeing them as two distinct entities, we should see them as two incarnations of the same entity. Caelus (Uranus) is the origin, and the Titan Saturn (Cronus) becomes Jupiter (Zeus). The synchronicity of symbolism is revealed again through the hexagon-shaped storm seen on the planet Saturn. The cube-shaped Kaaba in Mecca was originally built in pre-Islamic times to worship the storm god, Hubal, another connection to Saturn.


Tefillin are a pair of black leather boxes containing Hebrew parchment scrolls that devout Jews bind around their arm and head for prayer. According to biblical scholars, the word meant “headband” and was derived from a root meaning “to encircle”.

Baalbek: Temple of Jupiter, Hexagonal Court

The Temple of Jupiter in Baalbek, Lebanon has a “Hexagonal Court” where it is believed visitors gathered before proceeding to the Great Court in the shape of a cube. Inside the cube is the altar to Jupiter was located. Animals or humans would be sacrificed at such altars, and canals were built to funnel the blood. The temple is decorated in mythological creatures connected to the storm god, Poseidon.

Washington D.C.

The Freemason planners of D.C. had an understanding of occult principles that were used to plan layouts and architecture that could align with elite rituals. Freemasonry isn’t necessarily evil, but occult knowledge of sacred geometry and energetic archetypes can be used for positive or negative intent. The owl represents Moloch, another alias of the storm god.

The Eagle of Zeus

The ‘Eagle of Zeus’ is one of the primary symbols of the storm god. The eagle came to be used as an emblem of several rulers, from the Achaemenids to Alexander the Great and the Diadochi, and finally of the Roman emperors. The eagle holding Jupiter’s lightning was the primary symbol of the Roman legions, and the eagle became the primary symbol of the United States.

Fasces and Labyrs

The ‘fasces‘ symbol originates with the Etruscans, and equates to the word ‘Labrys‘ from Anatolia and Minoa. Labrys is a double-headed ax used as a symbol of Zeus. The bundle of sticks is combined with the ax, creating a symbol with 2 connections to the storm god. ‘Labrys’ is the origin of the word ‘labyrinth’, the place described in Greek mythology where children were taken to be sacrificed to a bull-headed ‘minotaur’, a symbol of Moloch, another storm god persona.

Trident of the Storm God

The weapon of the storm god is represented in several ways, from Zeus’s lightning, to Perun’s ax, to Thor’s hammer. The trident is another representation of the same weapon, used by Poseidon in Greek mythology and by Neptune in Roman mythology. In Hinduism, it’s called the trishula of Shiva. The trident is the basis for the cross used in human sacrifices to the storm god, which became the symbol for Christianity. The idea of the devil’s pitchfork also comes from the trident of the storm god.