Venus is the second planet from the sun, and while it may look like a bright star in the night sky, it is much more than that. In fact, despite its intense surface temperatures and pressure, many believe that there are physical entities living on or below the surface of our closest neighbor’s planet. These colonies can range from human to reptilian and even exist in an alternate universe.
Here we delve into what makes Venus so mysterious, and what could be living there.
The Surface Colonies
Some believe that human colonists from Earth have managed to survive on the surface of Venus by generating their physical bodies’ molecular structure into a fourth-dimensional existence which allows them to remain unaffected by the extreme conditions. Additionally, other civilizations have built biodome cities on the surface, although these are not yet confirmed.
The Koldasian Alliance
Contactees allege that a 12-planet alliance known as the Koldasian Alliance exists in an alternate universe where Venus is a part of this alliance and has been colonized. Although no concrete evidence has been found to support this claim, it adds another layer to this mystery which has yet to be uncovered.
The Pleiadian Colonies
The Pleiadians allegedly colonized an antimatter universe in which Venus is located. This ‘antimatter universe’ could explain why no one has been able to prove any of these claims; if it does exist then any evidence collected from our universe would not match up with anything from theirs. This would make understanding any data collected virtually impossible for us here in our own reality.
No one knows for sure what lies beneath the thick clouds of Venus — or above them for that matter — but one thing is certain; it remains one of our solar system’s greatest mysteries and will continue to captivate us until we can find hard evidence that proves or disproves all current theories about what could be living on or below its surface.
Until then, we can only speculate about who or what might be inhabiting this distant planet in our own backyard!