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Clairvoyant astronomer - telltale fountain

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Enceladus is a moon of the planet Saturn, it bears the name of the giant Enceladus from Greek mythology. As we only know today, its South Pole is equipped with massive geysers of ice and water vapour that shoot up hundreds of kilometres from its interior. Scientists consider it to be the most probable place in the solar system that could offer potential for microscopic life. The Moon was discovered on 28 August 1789 by the German-British astronomer Wilhelm Herschel, who gave it the name ENCELADUS.

 

Complex Organics Bubble up from Ocean-world Enceladus

 

In diesem Bild versprüht eine "Wolke" Wassereis und Wasserdampf aus der Südpolregion des Saturnmondes Enceladus. Cassinis erster Hinweis auf diesen Strahl kam während des ersten nahen Vorbeiflugs des Raumschiffs an dem Eismond am 17. Februar 2005. Ob dieses Bild wirklich authentisch ist, mag sich jeder selbst beantworten. Bildnachweis: NASA/JPL/Raumfahrtwissenschaftliches Institut


A leap in time to the present: Since March 2005, the Cassini space probe has literally come close enough to the Moon to see what could not be seen before. It discovered a magnetic field and a thin water vapour atmosphere there. Since the gravity of Enceladus is too weak, this fact pointed to a permanent source on the moon itself. "The gases come either from the surface or from inside the moon. It was assumed that they could be emitted by volcanoes, geysers or other activities. Enceladus is therefore, besides Titan, the second moon of Saturn to have an atmosphere. However, the Enceladus atmosphere seems to be restricted to the geologically active southern polar region, as further data from the Cassini mission revealed". (Source). The source of energy and heat at the south pole of the otherwise ice-covered moon is not known, but it is only since the new millennium that it has been known "that images of Cassini suggest liquid water in the south polar region of Enceladus. It could be in chambers, possibly only a few metres below the surface, and then erupt to the surface like a geyser. The geyser-like fountains in the Antarctic region could be observed up to a height of 500 kilometres. (same source).


Time jump back into the past


How else can one explain the fact that in Versailles, Louis XIV commissioned the garden architect Le Nôtre to immortalise a giant, writhing in pain, with the name Enceladus as the figure of a fountain from which a rather high fountain shot out. "The importance of Louis XIV's fountain can be seen once again in the height of its fountain: at 25.75 metres, it is the second highest in Versailles Park after the Dragon Fountain. The two fountains are thus two unmistakable exclamation marks and warning signals: "Any rebellion against divine authority and, accordingly, against that of the Sun King will be severely punished...".

 

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Picture: Gaspard Marsy artist QS:P170,Q18511858, Gaspard Marsy, Fontaine de l'Encelade, Musée national des châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon, Versailles, France (1675–1676) - 20100601-02, CC BY-SA 3.0

 

How else can one explain the fact that in Versailles, Louis XIV commissioned the garden architect Le Nôtre to immortalise a giant, writhing in pain, with the name Enceladus as the figure of a fountain from which a rather high fountain shot out. "The importance of Louis XIV's fountain can be seen once again in the height of its fountain: at 25.75 metres, it is the second highest in Versailles Park after the Dragon Fountain. The two fountains are thus two unmistakable exclamation marks and warning signals: "Any rebellion against divine authority and, accordingly, against that of the Sun King will be severely punished..."(Source).


Conclusion: Herschel was thus the clairvoyant eponym of a Saturn moon, which can shoot fountains up to 750 km into space. Louis XIV had already previously used a mythological giant with the same supernatural powers as a fountain. Who copied from whom or who was the first to know that this moon had these qualities? Did both parties access knowledge that was already known at that time? Or is everything just coincidence? Perhaps you have an explanation ...


At this point I will not go into the role and symbolism of Saturn.

 

 

 

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