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First of all, you will recall the story cited earlier, which was reported on the day of Fawcett's and Jackson's death: "Saturn's icy moon Enceladus harbours a salty ocean under the surface, astronomers have discovered, making it a favourable place for alien life." In Saturn 3 we have a small experimental food research station on one of Saturn's moons containing a hydroponics system, which is maintained by (Douglas) and his colleague / lover Alex (Fawcett). Hydroponics is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions, in water, without soil, directly resonating with the aquatic moon story recapped above, and in doing so, connecting us back with Sirius. We should also note at this juncture, Fawcett's name, as the word Faucet is defined as 'a device for regulating the flow of a liquid from a reservoir such as a pipe or drum' I.e. her name relates to water. She actually plays the character 'faucet' (her character is a tap) in the animated movie 'The Brave Little Toaster Goes To Mars', again trying in with the aquatic - outer space theme that has come up so much in this post..

Douglas and Fawcett's existence is, as noted in the wikipedia write-up, portrayed as 'Edenesqe', something reinforced by the fact that Douglas' character is called 'Adam'. It is the arrival of the 'demi-god series' android that changes this, just as it is the monolith in the film 2001 that forever transforms the 'edenesque'-like existence of the apes and triggers the beginnings of human evolution. The resonance of the android with the monolith is further enhanced by the tagline for Saturn 3: 'Some thing is watching... waiting... and wanting on...' This can be interpreted in various ways in the context of the film, but in the context of thinking about the robot resonating the monolith, then the idea of some 'outside force' watching over humanity and 'willing us forward' seems very apt. We should also remember that this robot arrives at the moon base during an eclipse. As noted earlier, the appearance of the monolith in 2001 is always proceeded by an eclipse.

Leading on from this, another point of note is the manner in which this robot connects with the various aspects of Michael Jackson we have thus far examined. In 'Moonwalker' Jackson transforms into a robot and in 'The Wiz' he is portrayed as the Scarecrow, 'without a brain'. In Saturn 3 the robot is given a 'living brain' and is also 'reprogrammed', taking us back to ideas about mind control. Lastly the robot is a 'demi god series', an archetype which resonates strongly with Jackson by virtue of affinity / identification with Peter Pan and E.T: The Extra Terrestrial, etc.

In Saturn 3, Douglas and Fawcett maintain the hydroponics system along with their dog Sally. The inclusion of the dog here may also be significant, as Sirius is known as the 'dog star'. Furthermore,'Sally' and Sally is a nickname for Sarah, which is Hebrew for 'princess'. 'Sally' can also be derived from a Celtic word meaning 'brightness' and Sirius is the brightest star in the heavens. There was a 'Princess Isis' in history - the daughter of Pharaoh Amenhotep III, who was named after the 'goddess Isis', who as we know, was identified with Sirius by the ancient Egyptians.

"Princess Isis, the second or third daughter of Pharaoh Amenhotep III and Queen Tiye. She...was named after the Goddess Isis, the Mistress of Magic and the Goddess whose name means 'throne.' Like her sister... Isis was one of the wives of her father.. She is specifically referred to as a 'King's Wife', and her name is inscribed in a cartouche, a perogative of high ranking royal consorts."

Bearing in mind that both Jackson and Fawcett died on the 25th of June, we may imagine that they are symbolically linked in some way - i.e. that they are somehow 'consorts' of one another. The most obvious 'consorts' that spring to mind, given everything we have examined so far, are Osiris and Isis. This would make Fawcett herself a representation of 'Princess Isis' - 'The Kings Wife', and Jackson, who of course was famously known as the 'King of Pop', a representation of our dying / rising 'god', Osiris. Fawcett's death also occurred in the month of June and June is derived from Juno, the 'Queen of Heaven' one of Isis' many epithets.

We are also told in the film that Fawcett's consort, Adam (Douglas) is close to his "abort time" according to the government on Earth, which, if we subscribe to the idea that Trauma Based Mind Controlled Slaves are 'killed off' once they reach a certain age, very much ties into Jackson's death. We may also note Fawcett's starring role in the film 'Somebody Killed Her Husband', - for if we think of 'husband' in a symbolic sense, then this resonates strongly with the 'death', of her 'symbolic consort' in this drama, Michael Jackson. The plot of Somebody Killed Her Husband takes place in Manhattan, New York City, which as we have seen resonates with 'Oz


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