Michelle Walling – Titan (a moon of Saturn) is not as cold as we were led to believe. It has water and water-ice and abundant life forms. It has an oxygen-nitrogen atmosphere similar to our own. It has hundreds of times more liquid hydrocarbons than all of the known oil and gas reserves on earth. It is the “Persian Gulf” of the solar system.
Iapetus is the outermost Moon of Saturn. It resembles a space station right out of Star Wars; it has less mass than expected; it has a metallic-like reflective surface; it has a massive equatorial ridge 6 miles high with three ridges imbedded in it; it has rectilinear geometry on the surface consistent with a truncated icosohedron; it has a dark side and a light side which are so different, the planet can’t be seen on one side; its rotation and orbit are perfectly synchronized and is outside the planetary ecliptic. It also resembles the properties of our Moon in many ways. It is reportedly the base of the Galactic Federation in this solar system.
Venus was once known as the Destroyer. It was placed in orbit to stabilize the solar system. When Earth and Venus are at their closest positions to each other, the same side of Venus is always facing us. It has no clouds at its poles. Lightning emanates from the planet surface. It was recently found to have oxygen in its atmosphere. In 1985 NASA discovered three pyramids and a sphinx in a complex that looks like those in Egypt. It is called the Cytherean complex. More than 200 photographs have been taken of it. Venus is being terraformed.