Well, Saturn is the miracle planet and the start/recycle point for generation, destruction, and transformation. So going through Saturn removes a lot of limitations. If you guys really want to go into WHAT the planets are, maybe we can start a whole long thread on it.
To answer somebody’s question from earlier that got ignored - Saturn’s the first link/node in what’s called the “Golden Chain” - this is the “refresh sequence” that generates and regenerates our universe from moment to moment. The sequence from top to bottom is –
SATURN - JUPITER - MARS - SOL - VENUS - MERCURY - MOON
The other planets are known about and acknowledged to exert an influence, but aren’t considered part of this sequence. Ancient civilizations were aware of distant stars and constellations we only very recently developed equipment sensitive enough to detect, and if you think “scientists” are responsible for finding and naming celestial bodies, you haven’t been paying close attention.
On to the Saturn/Jupiter/Sol issue – good old Alpha-Omega. I’m not an expert on Greek and Egyptian mystery religions, but it usually goes like this - the creator god (Saturn) - who is all powerful but chaotic and has no use for structure or permanence, and tends to devour his “children,” gets usurped by his son who reigns as a king and asserts law, order, and structure, bringing order and prosperity to his empire, but winds up getting murdered (Mars is ALL about assertion of individual identity and power against the common mass) because power and freedom resent being bottle-necked by rules and authorities. He’s put back together (by Venus) in the underworld, which restores the Saturnian magical powers he repressed while alive, and turns him into the Great Magician (Mercury - another miracle planet). The Magician reincarnates into his Sun/Son who is more individualistic and self-expressive - the “best” of both planets. He’s got Jupiter’s sense of structure, development, and assertiveness, but Saturn’s passionate hatred of restriction and drive to create, transform, and destroy.