Presentation of this planet and its moons, including ring and creatures

Table of Contents

1. The actual name and description of Saturn. The double ring and moons of Saturn. The magnificence of divine revelation.
2. The water-rich surface of Saturn. The continental islands. Great glacial zones at the poles. The mild and pure central zone. Intense light atmosphere, light and temperature conditions. Saturn's ring as a regulator and reflector. The splendor of the starry sky.
3. The land Herrifa. The healing mountain Girp. The Sun Tree, The Rain Tree. The Hair Tree, The Broad Tree and the Ray Tree.
4. The Funnel Tree, the Pyramid Treeand the Mirror Tree
5. The Hotchpotch Tree. The Fire Tree and Oil Bush. The physical form of human beings on Saturn. Their real property and domesticated animals.
6. The herbs and the useful plants of Saturn. Corn. The Flowing Barrel and the Walking Bottle Gourd.
7. Saturn's wealth in the vegetable kingdom. Saturn's Primary Color: blue. Aromatic healing herbs. The gold shrub, Metal plants, blue grass. Form-changing meadow flowers, Fragrant algae moss. Saturn's mountains and plains.
8. The Ship Plant, Chaiaba.
9. Additional information about the Ship Plant. The streams of Saturn and their even descent. The sphere shell structure of Saturn and all the other celestial bodies. The wealth of forms of creation. The four main streams of Saturn.
10. The people living adjacent to the Morning Stream. The tree dwellings of Saturnites. How the willpower of the Saturnites controls nature. Saturnite communication with the spiritual world. The useless missions of Earth spirits to Saturn.
11. The beautiful Riparian landscapes. The North Stream. The Evening Stream. The Midday Stream.
12. The inland lakes on Saturn. The magnificent countryside andthe large population at theshores. Links between rivers, streams and lakes. Stone cone groups as places ofentertainment. Swan rides.
13. The shores of the oceans. Danger through storm floods. The moons and the rings as the originators of floods. The lower species of ocean animals. The giant blue mussel.
14. The Stick Snail. The Pyramid Snail. The Disk Snail that produces ointments and Garden Ornaments for the patriarchs' coats.
15. The Seven Snail. Practical utilization of its shell. Weight ratios on Saturn.
16. The giant, illuminated Ray Snail. Its appearance during ocean storms.
17. More information about water animals. The largest whale-like fish Bisorhiohiohio. A transformer of the spiritual astral of water animals to animals of the air.
18. Flying insects. The Saturn fly. The flying star. The giant butterfly corn and the utilization of its plumage.
19. The different kinds of bats. The Flying Cow. The flying ribbon. The jewelry trade on Saturn.
20. The host of flying animals without plumage. The kingdom of birds. The water hen, Behor: A large species of Heron. Heaven's messenger. The flight-tone accord of these birds. Song and music of the Saturnites.
21. The singers above the rivers and lakes. The masters of the art of the fugue. The northern singer of the air, The most effective music.
22. The domestic hen. The golden sphere. The giant goose. The nature and benefits of these domesticated birds.
23. The largest and most important land animal: the Mud. The teachings of the wise about the Mud. The purpose of its creation.
24. The Saturnian elephant, Sisterkihi. Its structure and habits. Hunting this animal and its purpose of creation.
25. The Blue Bear, Ihur. Its structure, character and nourishment. Its usefulness as a cultivator of the soil.
26. The Saturnian lion, Horud, serves as a hunter and lumberjack. Method of catching the young Saturnian lions.
27. The Saturnian antelope, Zigst. Its purpose and creation hints. The reasons for hunting Zigst. Fraud with secret remedy.
28. The one-eyed Bauor. Hunting the animal. The skin as a coat for the patriarchs.
29. Harmony of the celestial bodies. Examples of the art of music. The secrets of the teachings of sound and creation. Correspondence of the wild animals on Saturn and on Earth.
30. The tame animals of Saturn. The most beneficial animal, the cow, Buka.
31. The Blue Goat. Bartering with its milk. The goat thanksgiving festival. The connection of the Saturnites with the spiritual world. The wool of the Blue Goat and its use.
32. The Saturn house servant, Fur. A species of tame ape. Concerning the Saturn dog, horse, sheep and other animal species.
33. The Saturnian human beings. Their origin, population density and housing conditions.
34. The household constitution of the Saturnites. The planting of a temple. The most important law: emigration love your neighbor or charity.
35. The main law of life: the will of God. Treatment for offenders.
36. The metal industry and other crafts or trades. True socialism of altruism in a trade and commerce.
37. The manufacture of woven material. No unnatural utilization of natural products. The clothing order.
38. The stature of a man and a woman. Procreation, pregnancy and birth. The constitution of the children.
39. The cognizance of God by the Saturnites. More respect than love. Knowledge of God's incarnation on Earth.
40. Law against arrogance. The law of cleanliness. Aversion to everything dead. Funeral services. Marriage.
41. The inhabitants of the lowlands visit the mountains. Their reception by the mountain dwellers. Half-heathens and their conversion. Courting in the lowlands.
42. The innermost spiritual religion of the Saturnites. The significance of the number seven. Sunday celebration. The baptism or blessing of a newborn child. The temple meal. The sermon of the elder supported by spiritual visualization. The wisdom of the Saturnites.
43. Profound spiritual observations of nature. Communication with angels and the Lord Himself.
44. The spiritual aspect of the Saturnian religion. Spiritual rebirth through teachings and practice.
45. More details regarding the path of rebirth and becoming one with God.
46. The inhabitants of the lowlands. Their construction and housing and their more worldly way of thinking.
47. More about the inhabitants of the lowlands. Commerce and trade. Banishment of dishonest people. Mode of life, matrimony, procreation and burial.
48. The vast northern and southern polar regions. The enormous coldness serves to temper the destructive impulse of the primary spirits of this planet. How Saturn affects the Earth.
49. Saturn's ring has a planetary character. Axis rotation and its intended purpose.
50. More about the various purposes of Saturn's ring. An example of glass-blowing and the cooling oven. The delicately material ring inhabitants. Their way of life and their communication with the inhabitants of the planet. Absence of the animal world and seedless fruit trees.
51. The Saturn moons without any axis rotation. Natural life exists only on the opposite side of the moon. The moons as post-schools of Saturn and pre-schools of the Ring and the purely spiritual life. Closing words.