Planet Mercury is so close to the Sun that it is heavily influenced by the solar weather system. The Sun ‘deities’ colonized Mercury hundreds of thousands of years ago. It is not the hottest planet (that honour goes to Venus) and at night-time (which lasts for about one earthly month) temperatures drop to minus 180 degrees Celsius. It has a thin atmosphere and is the only other planet besides Earth to have a magnetic field… and, according to findings from NASA’s Messenger Spacecraft, holds “at least 100 billion tons of water ice” (they add that as much as 1.1 trillion tons of ice could lie on or just beneath Mercury's surface in the nooks and crannies of craters that never see sunlight) [See http://rt.com/news/scientists-mercury-water-claim-965/ ]. As noted by respected writer, the late Dr Paul Brunton, the closer to the Sun a planet is, the more advanced are its inhabitants. Blogger Scott Waring says he has detected signs of artificially built structures on Mercury’s surface ]See http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/ufo-alert-structures-mercury-nasa-photos-evidence-alien-life-1437313]. Even beings who have ethereal light-body structures rather than physical flesh-and-blood bodies, tend to congregate around Orbs that correspond with stars and planets, although they generally dwell under, rather than on top of, the surface. The great Hermes returned to Mercury after leaving Earth; the tribes of the ancient Celtic Pantheon are said to reside there, including Lugh, Artaios, Arvernus, Cissonius, Moccus and Visucius.
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Paul V Young is a freelance writer based in Brisbane, Australia. His articles appear in magazines such as New Dawn and Atlantis Rising.