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Reviewed by Tammy Ruggles for Readers' Favorite
Lady Columba Venus Revelations by the accomplished Raymond "Cosmic Ray" Keller is an intriguing work of non-fiction on the existence of extraterrestrials and the role they play in the universe. It's written in an as-told style from Annabell Krebs, aka Lady Columba: a social activist, artist, and contactee in Southern California in the 1950s and 60s. Krebs wrote her book in 1961, so this is a wider release to the general public. Though this is number 5 in the award-winning Venus Rising series, it works as a standalone read as well. Krebs explains that the experiences of advanced ETs visiting Earth aren't fictional, and she isn't trying to make anyone believe that they can transport people through space with them. She just hopes that people will have an open mind about these kinds of ideas. She makes a point of stating that supernatural occurrences are on the rise, and "the portals to the Infinite are flung open!"
Regardless of your beliefs in the paranormal, especially intelligent life on other planets, Keller's book is interesting to consider, and explains the experiences and ascension of Lady Columba, who says she received spiritual revelations about the planet Venus and its inhabitants, and their interactions with humans. The book also details the nature of angels and how they minister to us all the time, even when we aren't aware of it. The book's message is to unite people all over the world, bringing beliefs and technologies together as one to understand life and better it for all. Columba describes what she feels lies beyond our superficial understanding and sees the future as a Paradise here on Earth. Though some parts of the book are a little challenging to grasp, you will get a significant understanding of what Columba is saying, and it is informative and enjoyable. It's a very positive book, with descriptions of the planet Venus's elders, the moons of Mars, and Lunarians, and there is a level of entertainment that sparks the imagination, with chapters on psychic connections with ETs, Earthlings who live on the moon, penal colonies in space, the mysteries of Mercury, and even a warning from space people. If all of this sounds intriguing to you, or you're a New Age thinker with an interest in this subject matter, jump in and read Lady Columba Venus Revelations by Raymond Keller.