The Lost Continent of Mu [Col. James Churchward] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mu was an immense continent covering nearly. 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. The Lost Continent of Mu has ratings and 30 reviews. Ruth said: Wow, how to rate this one? On the one hand, it’s a terrible book with terrible motive.
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But the Colonel had over a quarter million equivalent to about 28 million millennium bucksand by had re-embarked on his original pursuit, Mu. It is logical that most records and traditions refer to the most recent flood or destruction; inscripted histories of extreme antiquity were doubtless destroyed with the next set of earth changes, down the line.
By the s explorer Nicholas Roerich also reported viewing such records while touring Tibet.
Mu (lost continent) – Wikipedia
If James Churchward was alive today he’d be working for the History channel. Gordon Stein in Encyclopedia of Hoaxes has noted that Churchward’s claims have no scientific basis.
Many factors led to the diversification of tongues, one of which may have been earth changes, in which continents were broken up into island chains.
Everything came from him and will return to him. He claimed that according to the creation myth he read in the Indian tablets, Mu had been lifted above sea level by the expansion of underground volcanic gases. By a Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. It was the time of the last destructions of Mu and Atlantis, both mostly in a series of islands by that time, instead jqmes their former continental size. Labna, with its unusual Mayan arch, could hold secrets. Intriguing at times but not only controversial, extremely contentious and basically unreliable.
According to the Bible Acts 7: Wikimedia Commons has media related to James Churchward. Although he amassed an instantaneous cult-following among his leadership, he also managed to um off members of the conservative scientific community, religious leaders, and literary jmes with his emphatic losy. This civilization was at its peak before the mountains were raised, when according to Charles Darwin, man was still closely related to the monkey Currently scientists dismiss the concept of Mu and other alleged lost continents such as Lemuria as physically impossible, arguing that a continent can neither sink nor be destroyed in the short period of time required by this premise.
He does h Wow, how to rate this one? Flat-topped guyots sea-mounts are formed above water, and these are numerous throughout the Pacific, now submerged. There is no “right” answer; they came from everywhere! How to Save the Future?.
I was more than pages into it, and realized I’m not remembering anything I read, and I was not engaged at all. Only the formula for constructing mega-ton temples, pyramids and complexes could be duplicated.
Mu (lost continent)
Will read more on Mu when I have the time. Three decades ago, W.
Recent translations of the Troano Codex have shown it to be a treatise on astrology. This is the date given by Cayce, Churchward and others for the last destruction of Atlantis and Mu: Had there been ice accompanying the water wave, the bodies and bones of the animals would have been ground to a pulp, as they were in Europe and N. Other books in the series. Geologist William Hutton believes even a 9 degree sway from the axis norm would be enough to cause crustal displacement and geological events.
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Return to Book Page. I highly doubt, for example, that anyone has ever observed a Mexican person speaking indigenous languages in conversation with a Japanese person without need for a translator.
Nina Kole rated it liked it Aug 22, There was a large land mass in the Pacific that was submerged during prehistoric times: Retrieved 1 January University of Hawaii Press. Many of these belch steam and rocks from time to time: The hilarity of reading his conclusions while knowing discoveries since or things he was ignoring at the time makes it a bit of a trip.