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What Life Is Like On Other Planets: A Guide To Extraterrestrial Civilizations

Updated on July 15, 2012

Civilizations In Our Solar System

All humanoid life forms originate from Lyra and were seeded throughout the universe in galaxies such as Andromeda and Milky Way. The universe itself was created 17 billion years ago and was designed by the same advanced extraterrestrial intelligence responsible for seeding human life in these various galaxies. Some of these advanced extraterrestrial civilizations are commonly mistaken by their humanoid creations as 'Gods'.


Beneath it's harsh outer atmosphere, life on the planet Venus is very similar to that on Earth. There are man-made houses, roads and vehicles although their street-lamps are made from ultra-strong titanium and actually use fiber optics resulting in a very colorful public view of the world. Visitors to the planet Venus often claim that, due to the colorful street-lamps, it's like Christmas is every day on Venus. The houses on Venus have outer defensive shells to protect them from gas and electrical storms which are fairly common on Venus. Although vehicles are used on Venus, they are used much less often than cars are on Earth and are actually an advanced anti-gravitational technology capable of inter-stellar travel. Communicating with other civilizations in the universe via the use of these vehicles is prohibited on Venus and is illegal.


The planet Mars, although dry on the surface, is hugely abundant with life inside it's underground cavernous tunnel systems. There are many openings or 'windows' on the surface of Mars that lead down into this underground system (seven of which are on one of the three mountains located at Arsia Mons). Several extraterrestrial species currently inhabit the interior of Mars including two species of 'gray' alien. Life on Mars is much more advanced than it is here on Earth, technological advances on Mars have been integrated with normal humanoid functioning and therefore the aliens could be considered to be a basic form of cyborg or android. Whilst these grays have full control over the technology, they wear it just as a soldier would with their equipment. They have night-vision equipment attached to their heads which wraps around their eyes, they wear all-in-one protective metallic clothing to protect them from bacteria and the only work they do is to program the technology to do all the work for them.


Mercury is the closest planet to the sun and therefore it's very hot. However, it's not quite as hot as Venus. The difference is that Venus's peculiar outer atmosphere actually protects Venusians from the excessive heat. There is no humanoid life on Mercury. However, there are worms that live beneath the surface which are estimated to be aproximately between 250-300 metres in length.


Up until two million years ago Jupiter was a hollow planet, just like Earth and the moon. Then the Jupiterians decided it would be beneficial to set up an advanced hydroponic system and reservoir inside the hollow interior of the planet and utilize the space to consistently purify their water and grow their vegetables and crops. Jupiter has plenty of water and vegetative growth in it's hollow interior although the Jupiterians have been known to planet-hop to Earth or even Venus to collect other types of resources not available on Jupiter.


Saturn is a magic planet. Although Saturn is not inhabited by humanoid life or any other form of life, the planet is in itself a life-form which communicates with many other planets in our solar system via the use of subliminal messages masked within the galactic radiation that the planet emanates. Saturn has a consciousness and therefore uses these powers to have a lot of control over many of the other planets in our solar system. Some extraterrestrial civilizations believe that Saturn is a rogue planet that was placed in our solar system two million years ago in order to establish master surveillance and control of the Milky Way galaxy. Others believe that Saturn was spat out by the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy because of the foul taste!


There is no life on Uranus.


Neptune is a very strange planet indeed. It's atmosphere gives the illusion that everything is just a different shade of orange. However, humans on Neptune are given a special set of contact lenses when they are born which turns the various shades of orange into varying colors as we would perceive on Earth. Chocolate is used as a form of currency on Neptune and for that reason the Neptunians love to commonly visit Earth to check out on our various chocolate delicasies. There is actually a secret chocolate exchange program happening now between Earth governments and Neptune governments. Some of the more expensive brands of chocolate on Earth actually originate from Neptune.


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    • sparkster profile imageAUTHOR

      Marc Hubs 

      7 years ago from United Kingdom

      There really are underground caves on Mars you know?? Check it out:

    • sparkster profile imageAUTHOR

      Marc Hubs 

      7 years ago from United Kingdom

      That's the problem Bedbug, chocolate on Neptune is expendable in several ways!

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      Melody Collins 

      7 years ago from United States

      I think I might move to Neptune. There would only be one problem, if chocolate is a form of currency, I might always be poor!

    • Teresa Coppens profile image

      Teresa Coppens 

      7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Very funny and engaging hub. You got me reading from beginning to end. What a great way of presenting the extraterrestrial mythologies of our solar system!

    • Window Pain profile image

      Window Pain 

      7 years ago

      Well, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is more about the foibles of human silliness, painted on the backdrop of the Galaxy.

      Like the spaceship full of accountants who crashed on an uninhabited planet covered by one huge forest. Being accountants they started using leaves as currency. Then, recognizing that the abundance of leaves was devaluing their currency, they set fire to the planet. Douglas Adams was a comic genius.

    • sparkster profile imageAUTHOR

      Marc Hubs 

      7 years ago from United Kingdom

      Hmm sounds like Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy!

    • Window Pain profile image

      Window Pain 

      7 years ago

      Which is the planet where the girls wear go-go boots, hot pants and bikini tops all made of silvery foil? I saw that in an old movie once and I definitely want to go there!

      I'll bet the really big Toblerone bars are from Neptune, but the small ones are probably made here on Earth, under license of course.

      Ironically, it's illegal to 'talk-like-a-pirate' on Maarrrrrsss.

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      Caitlyn Cook 

      7 years ago from Columbus, OH

      Nice job, I am not much into this stuff but you had me keep reading till the end!

    • sparkster profile imageAUTHOR

      Marc Hubs 

      7 years ago from United Kingdom

      Haha thankyou!

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      7 years ago from USA

      Excellent parody of bad science fiction! Voted up and funny!


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