Will the real planet Venus please stand up?

NASA describes Venus (based on their spacecraft’s findings and the findings of Russian spacecraft) as:

At first glance, if Earth had a twin, it would be Venus. The two planets are similar in size, mass, composition, and distance from the Sun. But there the similarities end. Venus has no ocean. Venus is covered by thick, rapidly spinning clouds that trap surface heat, creating a scorched greenhouse-like world with temperatures hot enough to melt lead and pressure so intense that standing on Venus would feel like the pressure felt 900 meters deep in Earth’s oceans. These clouds reflect sunlight in addition to trapping heat.

Because Venus reflects so much sunlight, it is usually the brightest planet in the sky. Sulfur compounds, possibly attributable to volcanic activity, are abundant in Venus’ clouds. The corrosive chemistry and dense, moving atmosphere cause significant surface weathering and erosion. Radar images of the surface show wind streaks and sand dunes. More than 1,000 volcanoes or volcanic centers larger than 20 kilometers (12 miles) in diameter dot the surface of Venus. Volcanic flows have produced long, sinuous channels extending for hundreds of kilometers.

John Lear (heir to the Lear Jet fortune and ex CIA pilot) however, begs to differ with NASA.

Based on information John has accumulated, including data from George Adamski who was afforded a ‘bird’s eye view’ of Venus and several remote viewer friends of John’s he believes Venus is more like this: (The following are quotes from “Inside The Flying Saucers” by George Adamski):

“A beautiful planet similar to earth with seven oceans, all connected by waterways both natural and artificial. Magnificent mountains, some white-topped with snow, some barren and rocky, very similar to earth. There are many Venusian cities, some large, some small following a circular or oval pattern.

The structures are beautiful, with no monotonous lines. Many had domes radiating in prismatic colors. At night the colors cease and the domes become luminous with a soft, yellowish light. There is much uninhabited territory. People on Venus are very similar to those on earth. Cars and buses used for transportation vary in size as do those on earth. The only difference is that they appear to ‘glide’ along the surface using an energy system much different from ours.

The beaches on the lakes have sand that is very white and fine like on the finest beaches on earth. The tropical sections of Venus have vegetation similar to earth but are much lusher because of an atmosphere than is much more moist than earth. The people on Venus rarely see the stars as we do on earth because of the constant cloud cover. ”

The following is based on information from friends of John’s who are remote viewers:

“Venus has a constant cloud cover which is a pale yellow color and the reflection makes the oceans and the lakes yellow in color.”

Now, based on NASA’s record of reporting, what sounds more plausible? The Venus described by NASA or the Venus described by John Lear (using George Adamski’s quotes, and descriptions from John’s remote viewer friends)?

Hmmm…to quack or not to quack.

The surface of Venus as seen by a very short lived probe:


One Response to “Will the real planet Venus please stand up?”

  1. I liked your post. I’m fascinated by Venus and especially its surface

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