[Same as Jupiter.  Brother: Poseidon. Shapeshifter & Human sacrificeReptilian.]

Altar of Zeus

Father of Helios

Cornucopia/Horn of Plenty,

[2009] President Obama: A 'Nod' from the craft and the altar of Zeus By Thomas R. Horn  
In the Greek, the phrase "where Satan’s seat is" literally means, "where a throne to Satan is." Scholars identify this throne or ‘seat’ as the Great Altar of Zeus that existed in Pergamos at that time. So important was the worship of Zeus in ancient Pergamos that perpetual sacrifices were offered to him upon the towering and famous 40-foot high altar. Antipas, the first leader and martyr of the early Christian church is believed to have been slain on this altar, slowly roasting to death inside the statue of a bull, the symbol and companion of Zeus. The phrase in Revelation 2:13 "wherein Antipas was my faithful martyr, who was slain among you, where Satan dwelleth" is considered a citation of this event. Approximately two-thousand years after Revelation 2:13 was written, German archeologists removed the massive altar of Zeus from the ruins of Pergamos and took it to Berlin, where it was restored as the centerpiece of the Pergamon Museum. It is here that Hitler first adored it, later building an outdoor replica of it from which he gave a series of speeches that mesmerized many Germans.
....Obama’s stage was a dead ringer for the Great Altar of Zeus [6] that Obama’s campaign managers tried to explain away the design as being a conglomeration representing the portico of the White House with the U.S. capital building. "But experts agreed with Richardson," Gallo wrote, "it was a replica of the Great Altar of Pergamum

Saturn was the father of Ceres, Jupiter, Veritas, Pluto, and Neptune, Juno, among others. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn_%28mythology%29

Animal sacrifice ZEUS was the king of the gods, the god of sky and weather, law, order and fate. He was depicted as a regal man, mature with sturdy figure and dark beard. His usual attributes were a lightning bolt, royal sceptre and eagle.  The eagle, the oak, and the summits of mountains were sacred to him, and his sacrifices generally consisted of goats, bulls and cows. (Hom. Il. ii. 403; Aristot. Ethic. v. 10, ix. 2; Virg. Aen. iii. 21, ix. 627.) His usual attributes are, the sceptre, eagle, thunderbolt, and a figure of Victory in his hand, and sometimes also a cornucopia. The Olympian Zeus sometimes wears a wreath of olive, and the Dodonaean Zeus a wreath of oak leaves

Zeus the Greek god, holds the symbol of thunder, a ligntning bolt. His position of chief god and holder of the thunder originated in Mesopotamia. He is called Marduk in Babylon, Baal in Canaan, Adad in Assyria, Jupiter in Rome, and Enlil the hoofed, horned, lord of demons (from which we get the symbolic figure of the devil) in Sumeria. http://www.mindserpent.com/American_History/religion/pope/rc_images.html



Zeus seduces the Spartan princess Leda in the guise of a swan.

Shapeshifter  C.A. Holland (American, 19th-20th century)

Altar of Zeus [2009] President Obama: A 'Nod' from the craft and the altar of Zeus By Thomas R. Horn