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Dr Raymond A Keller-11/18/18-Hosts Janet & Sasha

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Dr. Raymond A. Keller, II, a retired history professor currently serving at In Touch and Concerned, a United Way agency providing accessible and affordable transportation options for persons with disabilities, seniors and veterans in Monongalia County, West Virginia, has recently come out with his second and third books in the Venus Rising trilogy.  The two new books are Final Countdown:  Rockets to Venus! and The Cosmic Ray’s Excellent Venus Adventure.  Dr. Keller's books explore various facets of conditions and life on Venus in many dimensions from a perspective of conspiracies, history, theosophy, ufology and current events, especially space research.   

To date, the first book, Venus Rising: A Concise History of the Second Planet, has won wild card awards at both the Southern California and London, United Kingdom, book festivals.  Paranormal investigator and reporter Ariel Crawford wrote the introductions to Final Countdown:  Rockets to Venus!; and Michael La Riche of the Coast-to-Coast A.M. Radio Discussion groups in Northeast Ohio wrote the foreword for Dr. Keller's book.  Dr. Keller has lived and worked in 44 different countries and has been writing about UFOs and paranormal activity since 1967.  He was the founder and director of the Outer Space International Research and Investigations Society (OSIRIS) of Hilmar, California, as well as the publisher and co-editor of the New Millennial Star, a monthly pre-Internet tabloid newspaper with a circulation of 7,500 copies.  He received his doctoral degree from West Virginia University in 2011, focusing on various aspects of the Basque settlement of Venezuela; and his master’s degree from the same institution in 2004, majoring in foreign language with an emphasis on magic realism in Latin American literature.