For me Venus was more difficult to visit than
Mars.  I tried and tried without success until I was
inwardly told that it required the company of a
spiritual master to get me there.  Naturally I  asked
my spiritual guide to take me to Venus at once,
but it turned out I had to be patient for a few more
weeks until the time was right.  Then my patience
and persistence were rewarded, for my first trip
resulted in attending the wonderful lecture on
Love at the Golden Wisdom Temple on Venus, an
adventure recounted on the
Divine Love page.

Following my initial visit in the master's company,

I was fortunate to be able to go to Venus on
several further occasions, using the technique
described on the
Visited Planets page.
In one of his books, Paul Twitchell mentions the fact that Venus is inhabited on a
vibratory frequency level than earth.  He points out that at Venus’ higher level
matter doesn’t break down into the same small particles of dust we see here on
earth.  Indeed, one of the first things I noticed about Venus was that it seemed like a
sparkling clean place at its lifebearing level.
During following visits I discovered that a large
part of the planet’s surface was overgrown by
trees similar in appearance to banana trees,
with broad, slitted leaves.  Several times I
descended through Venus' thick atmosphere
and flew across vast areas of this type of
forest, the green fronds swaying in the breeze
as I whipped past.  Once I even plunged
through the canopy into what turned out to be
seawater at the bottom.  Rotating my viewpoint
up to observe the plants' interlocking root
system, I received the information that these
trees grew on the oceans as well as on low-
lying land.  They were a vital part of the climate
control system on Venus -- a planet that turns
only once a year.   During the six months of
daytime and the six months of nighttime, the
trees swiveled their large fronds to trap or
release heat and moisture as needed.  

As I swam around in the murky seawater, I saw
that its greenish color came from the prolific
growth of algae which served as food for
Amazon Banana Plantation
myriads of fish and other creatures.  I was also quite surprised to find that the water
wasn't salty.
On another occasion I journeyed to Venus to
find out about their state of technology.  I met
with several inhabitants in the soul form and
was given the information that they had a
monorail system consisting of individual pods  
that could be hitched together into trains for
long-distance travel.  The elevated monorails
were made of some kind of superconducting
material on which the pods sped along very
swiftly.  The rail system connected all
continents and islands via the ocean-spanning
forests of interlocking trees.  Occasionally
forest fires would bring down the rail lines
which would then have to be rerouted around
the newly created areas of open water.  I was
told by my contacts that the transportation
system's design was a gift from Jupiter
hundreds of years ago -- advanced technology which enabled Venus to bypass the
combustion engine stage and its attendant pollution.  Nuclear plants and solar power
fulfilled most of the planet's energy needs.  Thanks to the temperate climate across
most of the planetary surface, little energy was needed for heating and cooling.

Curious about the Jupiter reference, I asked my contacts about space technology on
Venus.  I was told that, similar to earth, Venus does not have physical space travel
capabilities of its own yet, but on a supra-physical level there is a large spaceport
near its capital, Retz.  Spaceships from other planets arrive and depart there at a
vibrational frequency level marginally higher than is visible to the inhabitants.  
Visitors at this higher level are transported to the Golden Wisdom Temple in the city's
center, where knowledge is exchanged with locals capable of operating at that level.
During another trip I learned that not all
inhabitants of Venus are enthusiastic
about technology.  Many villages in the
plains around Retz and in other areas of
the planet refused to be connected to
the transportation and power grids,
preferring instead to live in the same
bucolic tranquility of a thousand years
ago.  Often the villages could only be
reached by boat via rivers and canals.  

The sky on Venus looked light green, like
milky jade, and the air was very humid.  
Once or twice when I was there it rained.
The planetary capital, Retz, is located on a fertile
plain in the center of the largest continent.  As I
flew towards it over widely scattered ranches
and farms, it appeared like a compact fairy-tale
city in the distance, with soaring towers and
arches made of white and cream colored stone
with gold trim.   Closer up it became apparent
that the city's architecture was a mixture of
older-style  buildings with gables and spires
interspersed with modern high-rises and
skyscrapers.  The local Golden Wisdom Temple,
called House of Moksha, occupies one side of
the central square.  It somewhat resembles an
ancient stone cathedral with a single tower.  The
Venusians I encountered were generally fair
skinned and light haired.  Like Martians,
Venusians look much like humans on earth.  In
fact, in my travels I found all inhabitants of the
other planets, except on Pluto, were human with
small variations from our earthly norm.  
Overall, my impression of Venus is that of a pleasant, civilized world where wars are
rare and conflict is carried out mostly in the political arena.  The population density
seems to be fairly low, which I suspect is not because of violence but because of
voluntary birth control.  It is said many of the people are involved in music and the
arts, and that study of the spiritual principles of Light and Sound is widespread.
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