The Chariot of the Sun
The idea of the Sun being moved in a chariot is probably as old as the world. The Sun and its chariot have been the center point in the mythology and theology of every ancient society. The list of solar deities that have been worshiped throughout history is so long that it would take up the rest of the page, but we're going to stay focused on the most prominent Sun gods, namely, Nimrod and Helios, who were believed to have ascended to the Sun after their death , and to have become Sun gods riding the Sun's chariot. The question is, how did every single ancient society come up with the crazy idea that someone could ascend to the Sun and operate its “chariot”? The truth is that the entire ancient world, without exception, believed that the Sun is being actually, physically, non-metaphorically, carried by a chariot from East to West, over a flat rectangular surface. The ancient concept of celestial chariots carrying the luminaries is accurately described in The Book of Enoch :
“... And I saw chariots in the heaven, running in the world, above those portals in which revolve the stars that never set.”
Enoch 75 : 8 - 9
“... Uriel showed to me, whom the Lord of glory hath set for ever over all the luminaries of the heaven, in the heaven and in the world, that they should rule on the face of the heaven and be seen on the earth, and be leaders for the day and the night, i.e. the sun, moon, and stars, and all the ministering creatures which make their revolution in all the chariots of the heaven. In like manner twelve doors Uriel showed me, open in the circumference of the sun's chariot in the heaven, through which the rays of the sun break forth: and from them is warmth diffused over the earth, when they are opened at their appointed seasons.”
Enoch 75 : 3 – 5
“Lord of the whole creation of the world hath subjected the host of heaven. And he has power over night and day in the heaven to cause the light to give light to men −sun, moon, and stars, 9 and all the powers of the heaven which revolve in their circular chariots.”
Enoch 82 : 8 – 9
The verses above refer to “circular chariots”, which carry the luminaries across the heaven. The belief in a “Sun chariot” is generally seen as primitive according to the modern worldview, but if we read through the verses above once again and try to imagine that these are the quotes from a science fiction movie … “Circular chariots?” “Ministering creatures moving in their chariots?”... Just in case you still don't see the parallel to a “science fiction” scene - firstly, a chariot doesn't have to be a bronze-age wooden cart pulled by horses - a “chariot” means nothing other than “carrier” or “vehicle”. In other words, a chariot is a vehicle which carries something or someone. And secondly, wheels don't have to be vertically aligned circles. Wheels can be horizontal. The chariot of the Sun is said to have “wheels of fire”. So what are these mysterious chariots with their fiery wheels??..
Enoch unequivocally describes flying circular vehicles with shining horizontal wheels. This is a picture of the Sun's chariot, as seen from below. It's a circular vehicle with horizontal “wheels”. The difference between conventional wheels and these is that conventional wheels roll over a surface thus pushing away the surface beneath. The fiery wheels in the picture create aethereal repulsion which sets the vehicle in motion.
“And I saw that the sun has a light seven times greater than the moon and I saw his circle and his wheels on which he always goes, going past like the wind with quite marvelous speed...”
“In like manner twelve doors Uriel showed me, open in the circumference of the sun's chariot in the heaven, through which the rays of the sun break forth: and from them is warmth diffused over the earth, when they are opened at their appointed seasons.”
The Sun is fixed in the center of the chariot. Around the Sun are twelve additional openings in the vehicle to provide extra warmth, as described in the verse above.
On the left is one of the oldest pagan Sun symbols, called the Sun Wheel. Doesn't the Sun Wheel strongly resemble the twelve openings in the Sun's chariot?
In the following picture, we see the same chariot from above. The Sun has a “crown” which gives him light, since the Sun doesn't shine on its own.
“And when the sun goes out from the western gates, he takes off his light, the splendor which is his radiance, and four-hundred angels take his crown and carry it to The Lord. For, since his shining crown is with God, with fourhundred angels guarding it, the sun turns his chariot around and goes back under the earth on wheels, without the great light which is his radiance and ornament.”
The Second Book Of Enoch
The crown of the Sun is essentially a battery. It's an extremely huge and powerful battery which has a fixed position in the chariot of the Sun. When the Sun enters the western gates of heaven, it stays in the chambers for several hours. Fortunately, we don't notice the Sun's temporary absence, since the chambers in which the Sun remains have their own time-flow. However, as soon as the Sun enters our space-time through the eastern portals, it starts to enter at the exact point in time at which it started to exit, which makes its path appear seamless. During the several hours that the Sun spends in the chambers, four-hundred huge and powerful angels take off the crown/battery and take it to The Lord. When the battery is removed, the Sun does not shine. Hours later, the fourhundred angels return with a renewed “battery” and “crown” the Sun for another race from the eastern end of the heaven all the way to the western end, after which the whole procedure is repeated – day in day out - into eternity.
One last detail: The chariots of the luminaries and all ranks of the Leaders of The Stars are made from Light, the element. Down on Earth, we cannot see the chariots because there is a veil put between Light and Darkness in our realm, instead, we see the Sun, Moon and planets apparently move on their own.