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THE TRUTH ABOUT VENUS
IS THE PLANET VENUS INHABITED?

SESSION 22/OCT/02
Medium: Jorge Raul Olguin.

Entity that came to dialogue: Master Ruanel.
Interlocutor: How many inhabited planets are there in our Solar System? As far as I know, besides of Earth, Mars, Venus and a satellite of Jupiter, Ganymede are inhabited.
Ruanel: You have wrong information about Venus, because this planet is not inhabited. It might have bacteria maybe, but Venus has such temperature and such irritable atmosphere that life would be impossible in the physical plane as we know it.
Interlocutor: But Does Venus have spiritual planes?
Ruanel: Spiritual planes are independent of planets. Spiritual planes can be in the inner space. Spiritual planes do not occupy a physical place. For example, me, Ruanel disincarnated, I don't have obligation of being in planet Earth. I can, perfectly move with the speed of thinking to the center of the Sun. And nothing will happen to me because I am in another plane, an ultraluminous plane and the 15 or 20 million degrees of temperature the Sun has won't affect me at all.
Interlocutor: Then Venusians don’t exist?
Ruanel: No, not at the present time, but millions of years ago they existed. At this time, the atmosphere of Venus is composed of sulfuric acid and life it is impossible there.
Interlocutor: Was Venus inhabited millions of years ago then?
Ruanel: Don't forget that Sanat Kumara, before being Earth’s Logos was the Logos of Venus.
Interlocutor: In what age did Venus have a civilization?
Ruanel: A lot before the Lemurian age on Earth. The atmosphere of Venus has increased enormously in solar gases, because Venus is less than 100 million of kilometers from the Sun, and at this time it has 90 atmospheres of pressure. It is as if we were - I mean if we were incarnated - at 8000 meters of depth.
Interlocutor: Could we say that Venus already completed its cycle and now it’s a dead planet somehow?
Ruanel: One cannot be so conclusive in appreciation, because always exists the possibility that tomorrow its atmosphere could be modified with technology and make it inhabitable. But at the present time, Venus has corrosive acids in its surface, 460 degrees Celsius and an atmosphere of sulfuric acid. A human being, as well as any terrestrial living being, has three factors to die: First, the high temperature... Even lead would melt with the temperature of Venus! The second are the tremendous amount of acid in the atmosphere, in this case sulfuric acid. And the Third, the high atmosphere that reaches at 90 atmospheres, it’s a great pressure in the case of Venus so high that it would squash a submarine as if it were an egg shell.
Interlocutor: Then there would be, as inhabited places, Earth, Mars and Ganymede?
Ruanel: Titan, satellite of Saturn is also inhabited.
Interlocutor: What kind of life does it have?
Ruanel: Aquatic life. [1]
Interlocutor: Animal?
Ruanel: No, intelligent life.
Interlocutor: Are we speaking of beings with gills like fish?
Ruanel: Yes, and they are thinking beings, much more evolved than dolphins. They can build sub aquatic constructions and all those things to modify or improve their habitat. Besides, they are also biologically prepared to resist the low temperatures of the satellite.
Interlocutor: But are they humanoids or animals?
Ruanel: They are humanoids, but don't forget that humans are also animals. If we say they have reason, yes they have it. If we say they have abstract thinking that is definitely correct. They can build sub aquatic constructions just like terrestrials make constructions on the surface.
Interlocutor: Could we say that they are some kind of specie between a humanoid and an animal?
Ruanel: I would not make that classification. I’d Rather classify them as aquatic humanoids.
Interlocutor: Could we converse telepathically at some time with some of them? I mean to their Thetans.
Ruanel: Yes, of course.

SESSION 20/JAN/04
Medium: Jorge Raul Olguin.

Entity that came to dialogue: Master Ruanel.
Ruanel: In most of the stellar systems, there is, due to the closeness of the star, the possibility of two inhabited worlds. Three would be an exception. In our Solar System, for example and I am only speaking about planets, not satellites, there are only two worlds at the present time with possibility of life, Earth and Mars.
Interlocutor: We have the data from you that Venus was inhabited also.
Ruanel: Correct.
Interlocutor: And we also have the knowledge that life exists in Ganymede.
Ruanel: Not only Ganymede shelters life, but also Titan and Europe - in this satellite under its surface -, and in many other worlds. In some there are also microorganisms.
Interlocutor: How many worlds would have life in our Solar System, excluding those that only have microorganisms?
Ruanel: There might be around eighteen worlds inhabited in the Solar System and with logical decoder.
Interlocutor: I am quite surprised. I think that this is a topic to develop extensively in another session.
[1] The term “aquatic” is related to the habitat of liquid methane

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