The Lost Continent of Mu [Col. James Churchward] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mu was an immense continent covering nearly. LOST CONTINENT. OF MU by. Colonel James Churchward. (). James Churchward (). This material has been reconstructed from various. The Lost Continent of Mu here shown is a handwritten letter from Colonel James Churchward to Dr. Charles (Chas) D. Hart, dated 20 December The letter.
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Mu (lost continent) – Wikipedia
Magnetic pole reversals, or even axis shifts, may have accompanied or helped cause submergence. Much was lost but some was recovered and saved.
It was the time of the last destructions of Mu and Atlantis, both mostly in a series of islands by that time, instead of their former continental size. Original Lemurians brown race still existing in Pacific regions and those from the Gobi yellow or their descendants found their way as well to Egypt, the melting pot 15 millennia ago. Like for example, his explanation of why the earth changed so rapidly into a mountainous region in South America doesn’t make a lot of sense to me.
“The Lost Continent of Mu” still fascinates, 90 years after it was originally published
There is also no conceivable event that could have “destroyed” a continent, since its huge mass of churchwagd rocks would have to end up somewhere—and there is no trace of it at the bottom of the oceans. Churchward’s writings are a key fhurchward for the plot of the anime series RahXephon. Churchward claimed to have gained his knowledge of this lost land after befriending an Indian priest, who taught him to read an ancient dead language spoken by only three people in all of India.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Other records mention “from lands to the West” referring to Mu mountain ranges rather than Atlantis.
An idea as inherently amusing as “lost continent, ancient civilization” should not be so saddled with analysis and pedantry. Robert Oppenheimer quoted, on watching his first atomic test in the s.
Civilization has a way of starting new calendars, new histories, at the dawn of each era following destructions, with welcome forgetfulness. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Further corroboration of these travels was offered by Russian explorer Nicolas Notovich, who in the s found accounts of “St.
I did not like his language too much and finding a deity god in everything he read in those tablets. This is the story of Churchward’s contjnent for the lost continent, from the vaults of an Indian temple to the four cor Mu was an immense continent covering nearly one-half of the Pacific Ocean.
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Theorizing proves unnecessary, when one has physical proof at the ready. It is absurd, says Churchward, to imagine a glacier with a Could X mark the spot? Boulders and stones, gravel and sand were transported in huge drifts, over the N.
The Lost Continent of Mu
Could he explain his psychic vhurchward that led him to the ultimate recipe? Fagan has written that Churchward’s evidence for Mu was made from “personal testimonials, false translations, notably of tablets from Mesoamerica, and spurious reconstructions from archaeological and artistic remains.
A flood of icy water poured down the Valley of Mississippi to raise the Gulf waters feet.
Le Plongeon claimed that the civilization of ancient Egypt was founded by Queen Moo, a refugee from the land’s demise. Logically, fleeing Atlanteans could not bring their sophisticated technology with them, only the memory of it. The Pacific Ocean islands are not part of a submerged chhrchward but rather the tips of isolated volcanoes. Too many unsupported assertions and farfetched assumptions. Atlantis jealously retains its secrets thousands of feet down, under water, slime, and perhaps the sea bottom chuechward.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Currently scientists dismiss the concept of Mu and other alleged lost continents such as Lemuria as physically conttinent, arguing that a continent can neither sink nor be destroyed in the short period of time required by this premise. South American geologist E.