This is Pan, the innermost moon of Saturn, discovered the year I was born (1981), hidden within its rings. It acts as a "shepherd", and keeps the gap in Saturn's rings open. It is also known as Saturn 18 (666).
I am at a loss for words. Meta-logically, it makes perfect sense though.
When in myth the god Saturn was bound with chains and cast into the abyss, in reality the planet Saturn was surrounded by rings and cast into the frozen depths of the solar system. But Pan is keeping the gap in those rings/chains open, just enough so that Saturn may set himself free one day.
That picture above was taken by the Jesuit Cassini space probe, the same space probe that shall enter Saturn's atmosphere through its south pole vortex in August 2008, and detonate its nuclear reactor, causing a planetary chain reaction that shall turn Saturn into a second sun (that's their plan anyway).
The return of the Golden Age, ladies and gentlemen, starting with tremendous waves of nuclear radiation from a newborn star/resurrected god bombarding the Earth for several weeks, just long enough to lower the world population to more manageable numbers.
I wonder if they sell "Apocalyptic Celestial Event" insurance?