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|title = Saturn
 
|title = Saturn
 
|alias = Cronus
 
|alias = Cronus
|origin = Roman mythology
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|origin = Roman Mythology
|powers = *Can transform into a human
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|powers =
*Abilities of all the gods
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|relatives = * Uranus
|relatives = *Uranus
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* Gee
*Gee
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* Jupiter
*Jupiter
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* Pluto
*Pluto
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* Multiple Children
*his children
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|occupation =
|occupation = God
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|race =
|race = Titan
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|species =
|species = God
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|first = ''[[Simplicity: A Poem]]''
|first = Simplicity: A Poem
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|created by = [[H. P. Lovecraft]]|affiliations = The Roman Pantheon of Gods}}{{alt|''This is an article about the god. For the planet, see [[Solar System#Cykranosh (Saturn)|Saturn]].''}}
|created by = H.P.Lovecraft}}{{alt|''This is an article about the god. For the planet, see [[Solar System#Cykranosh (Saturn)|Saturn]].''}}
 
   
'''Saturn''' (also known as '''Cronus''') is a god in a human form, firstly appearing in an H.P.Lovecraft poem. He is a god in Ancient Roman mythology and is known for devouring his children.
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'''Saturn''' (also known as ''Cronus'') is a god in a human form, first appearing in the [[H. P. Lovecraft]] poem ''[[Simplicity: A Poem]]''. He is a god in Ancient Roman mythology and is known for devouring his children.
   
 
{{quote|Etherial spirits of celestial grace;<br>
 
{{quote|Etherial spirits of celestial grace;<br>

Latest revision as of 21:26, November 19, 2019

🔀 This is an article about the god. For the planet, see Saturn.

Saturn (also known as Cronus) is a god in a human form, first appearing in the H. P. Lovecraft poem Simplicity: A Poem. He is a god in Ancient Roman mythology and is known for devouring his children.

Etherial spirits of celestial grace;

And he, unspoil'd, may childlike bask again
Beneath the beams of Saturn's golden reign.

~ H.P. Lovecraft , Simplicity: A Poem


Cronus, a son of Uranus and Ge, and the youngest among the Titans. At the instigation of his mother, Cronus unmanned his father for having thrown the Cyclopes, who were likewise his children by Ge, into Tartarus. Out of the blood thus shed sprang up the Erinnyes. The Romans identified their Saturnus with the Cronus of the Greeks.
~ Sir William Smith , Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology


Men believe that Zeus... put his father Kronos in bonds because he wickedly devoured his children, and he in turn had mutilated his father for similar reasons.
~ Plato , Euthyphro


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