Next time you're out during the day and the moon is full (its a lot brighter than Venus), tell me if you see two shadows. Better yet, take a picture and post it here so that we can all see.
Actually, you just proved we landed on the Moon. If Venus can produce shadows, then that explains the non-parallel shadows on the lunar surface. Imagine what the bright Earth could do too. During the right time of the year Jupiter and Mars can be brighter than Venus. Wow, by my count we've four sources of light.
Everyone else, I'm joking.