Today we will be showing you proof of life on Venus.
again, just like what NASA does with their Mars images, we see the fake yellowish color tint and an extreme dust-storm in the distant background.
The quality of all NASA images available to the public are always downgraded, so it's more difficult for us to find anything clear enough as concrete proof, and for people to actually believe what we find is not just pareidolia or rocks.
let's enhance this image and get a close look at what they are trying to hide.
after enhancements, I can see that this is not a dust storm. it's a cover-up.
in the upper right corner, it's very blurry, but try to see what I'm seeing, there are many beings in the background, but one stands out where we could kind of see from head to toe. let's get a close look.
this other life form looks like some kind of animal, we can see it's head.
here we can see its ears, eyes. and snout.
is it really as hot on Venus as they say it is?
The average temperature on Venus is 864 degrees Fahrenheit (462 degrees Celsius). Temperature changes slightly traveling through the atmosphere, growing cooler farther away from the surface. Led would melt on the surface of the planet, where the temperature is around 872 Fahrenheit (467 Celsius).
Temperatures are cooler in the upper atmosphere, ranging from (minus 43 Celsius) to (minus 173 Celsius). so they say 🙂
November 17, 2013
The image initially shown is from the 1982 Soviet Venera lander. There are a number of Soviet images that look untampered with and are available on the internet. The enhancement shown here does not help it at all. In a number of frames of these images at other sites, a winged scorpion like animal can be seen. It is not in all of them. Either it landed or flew away between shots. The "experts" claim that they have higher resolution versions of the same images that do not show the scorpion, but so far they have not put them up to see. And there is another contradictory explanation.
After remote viewing of Venus and from information supplied by ET, I have the following to report about the planet: the air pressure is 428 lb/sq.in., temperature at the equator is 135 degrees F. and 74 degrees F. at the poles, average humidity is 39%. The atmosphere consists of 3% oxygen, 5% nitrogen and the rest CO2. There is no sulfuric acid. It rains once in a while but there is no standing water. Due to the high pressure there is actually more total oxygen and nitrogen on Venus than in earth's atmosphere. The clouds consist of micro-organisms that can transmute carbon into nitrogen. The ET. cosmic engineers will speed up this process soon and change all the excess CO2 into nitrogen and oxygen.
Some of the excess gases will be sent to Mars to replenish its atmosphere. They will use worm hole technology to do this. The worm hole works like a pipeline. Gas moves from the higher pressure planet to one of lower pressure. In the same way hydrogen will be imported from Jupiter and combined with excess oxygen to make more water. When complete, there will be a higher atmospheric pressure than on earth, but also a lower percentage of oxygen. The engineers also must increase the planetary rotation. But they will reduce the pressure first. Rotation causes wind which would be a problem at very high pressure.
When you can go out and see the universe, who wants to go look at a Russian submarine? (Melvin C. Riley, US Army Remote Viewer)