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Ever hear of MU?

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posted on May, 24 2009 @ 07:10 PM
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I recommend reading a book by Gordon-Michael Scallion called Notes from the Cosmos. In this book, he says much about Mu. For example, before it was known as Mu and Lemuria it had the name Lumania. The Atlanteans were more advanced scientifically, metaphysically, and spiritually than we are today, and the Lemurians were more advanced spiritually than the Atlanteans.

Look at the right-hand column of this website for a link to order the book.

MatrixInstitute.com




posted on May, 24 2009 @ 11:42 PM
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Thanks for reminding me of that Pacific based lost continent whose name I incorrectly recalled as Poseidonis. It is Lemuria.

Churchward's Lemuria has a grand old history going back to the 19th Century.

But the name was installed in the modern public consciousness by Richard S. Shaver who supplied the Science Fiction pulp AMAZING STORIES with running accounts based on his knowledge of an ancient proto-language only he could understand.

As the story goes an ancient advanced race of extraterrestrials came to Earth and left eventually, leaving their offspring in underground caverns.

All sound a bit familiar?

The so-called Shaver Mystery was popular in print for a few years as the stories got wilder and wilder. No ordinary SF writer, Shaver claimed to have been prisoner of the subterranean vestigial race of planet visitors. Committed he was to his story.

His introductory entry of this now lost episode of our planet's was called "I Remember Lemuria"

Just possible a young Mr Sitchin read it and took mental notes.

Mike



posted on May, 25 2009 @ 02:11 AM
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Originally posted by mmiichael
Thanks for reminding me of that Pacific based lost continent whose name I incorrectly recalled as Poseidonis. It is Lemuria.

Churchward's Lemuria has a grand old history going back to the 19th Century.

Lemuria is in the Indian ocean... And from what I remember, Churchward was talking about Mu, not Lemuria.



posted on May, 25 2009 @ 03:27 AM
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Originally posted by merka

Lemuria is in the Indian ocean... And from what I remember, Churchward was talking about Mu, not Lemuria.



You're right I'm sure. Read all this stuff ages ago and reluctant to brush up on it.

A quick look online regarding the continent Mu that disappeared at the dawn of human history, says it

"stretched from the Hawaiian Islands to Fiji and from Easter Island to the Marianas"

Lemuria is describe as an

"ancient land that tied India and Australia"

Then WikiAnswers claim

"The Chumash people of southern California have told stories of the 'First People.' They speak of a land called Mu, often referred to as Lemuria"


So obviously some conflict on what is supposed to be where.

My guess is in imaginations.


Mike



posted on May, 25 2009 @ 03:54 AM
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The Sacred Symbols of Mu

Written by Col-James-Churchward. One of the best books/authors on the subject, and the guy is extremely smart. He has other material... I might be able to dig it up. The library will be able to find everything he's put out though, so would a google search i suppose.

IMO the recently discovered ruins off the coast of Japan points to a civilation being in that area of the water in a time before a flood. Many symbols that we recognize as prehistory could really be actual history taken from a time lost to man.

I forget what book i read this in but a legend exists that there was once two great societies on Earth. Both posessing a great knowlege and technology including weapons that flashed brighter that 1000 suns and roared with enourmus thunder (Nukes?). They may have also posessed satalite mapping technology(perry reise map?). I've looked into this and found out information about a satalite known to NASA and the Russians as "The Black Knight" . It was originally spotted by Sputnik and later confirmed by NASA. It's supposedly about 22,000 miles from earth and was located in a polar locked orbit, or something like that.

These two great countries were in agreement that neither would ever use the awsome weapons that they posessed. A treaty one could imagine. But the agreement was broken and one country unleashed the weapon not knowing it would kill almost the entire planet.

One theory I like to entertain is that that story is about Atlantis and Mu. Both existing in modern day pre-history. But both have enough legend and barely enough tangable evidence to be thrown aside. And both existed in a time before a great flood took the planet.. thus further destroying any evidence of these civilizations.



posted on May, 25 2009 @ 04:08 AM
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The issue when talking about Atlantis is, we have one source, Plato.
Who talks about it being defeated by the Athenians.

The ruins off of Japan are far from ruins, they have all of the marks of being natural, and nothing about them shows any indication of being artificial.

The issue with Churchward is that there's doesn't exist anything to back up his statements, in fact the geology of the Pacific does not show the existence or destruction of a large continent. Nor is it likely that the Hawaiian islands were part of the continent.
He also apparently completely fabricated the existence of the Naacal.



posted on May, 25 2009 @ 04:33 AM
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I've always thought this whole topic to be highly speculative. I think thats the way Churchward went about things too. He said that the eastern tip of Mu would be close to California and the western reaches influenced Japan.



I can't tell if that real or not. It sure looks cool though.

I think Plato wrote stories that were passed on from oral tradition from several generations before him self and recorded what he knew as Atlantis in Timaeus and Critias. Theres really no way to conclusively prove either way though. Any exact location has since been swallowed by the seas perpetual movement.



posted on May, 25 2009 @ 04:58 AM
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Originally posted by felonius
lemuria+mu.

Where atlantis was more corporeal, lemuria was still very etheric.

If you are familiar with kaballah, you know about the 4 worlds. each sequential one becomes more "dense".

the top is absolutely etheric, the last is physical.

Not going to hijack this thread for a metaphysical dissertation.


lemurs were once thought to have been descendants of LEMURia. I think darwin was one. dont hold me to that though


If memory serves, Lemuria got it's name due to a zooilogical discovery. They found the same species (or family?) of Lemur, spread over a good few islands in the Pacific, they concluded that at some point, they must have all been the same island, connected via 'roots', which they named LEMRUia.

Could be wrong.

EMM



posted on May, 25 2009 @ 10:06 AM
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The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu were around in the early 90's:

en.wikipedia.org...

www.youtube.com...

www.youtube.com...


MR


[edit on AMMon, 25 May 2009 10:08:42 -050042America/Chicago by Marlborough Red]

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posted on May, 25 2009 @ 10:35 AM
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Back in the 70s or 80s, I remember reading a book talking about Mu. It was a continent that was in the Pacific Ocean. Easter Island, as one example, was a remenant of this civilization. I also remember the author talking about the theories that the people of Mu were harvesting natural gas, and that the continent was destroyed during a very large explosion. This was rationalized by evidence of depleted natural gas deposits found at the sea bed.

At the time, I thought oooh, ahhh.... Now I am wondering how the heck some of this allegeded "evidence" was even gathered. Interesting ideas, but I don't think there is anything substantial behind them.



posted on May, 25 2009 @ 02:17 PM
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Originally posted by W3RLIED2


I can't tell if that real or not. It sure looks cool though.


I *can* read hieroglyphics. It doesn't say that. In fact, it's a bunch of random symbols (does not show any pattern indicating language.) I read and liked Churchward when I was young... liked him up until the point when I decided I wanted to try to find some of those places and find out more about what he wrote about.

The lies he told turned me off on the whole thing.


I think Plato wrote stories that were passed on from oral tradition from several generations before him self and recorded what he knew as Atlantis in Timaeus and Critias. Theres really no way to conclusively prove either way though. Any exact location has since been swallowed by the seas perpetual movement.


He says that the land was turned into a vast mudflat that ships couldn't pass, which would indicate a continental shelf of some sort. They don't sink THAT much in 9,000 years (the length of time he gave).

There's no indication it was a common tale in oral tradition or any other tradition (since Greeks, Egyptians, Babylonians, and Romans were all writing long before Plato was born.) No such tale (and no similar tale) shows up in any writing before his time.



posted on May, 25 2009 @ 02:19 PM
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Originally posted by TLomon
At the time, I thought oooh, ahhh.... Now I am wondering how the heck some of this allegeded "evidence" was even gathered. Interesting ideas, but I don't think there is anything substantial behind them.


Mostly channeled, I think, or simply the author taking two facts and stretching them into something new.

There isn't any substantial evidence of a continent in the Pacific, and there wasn't a time that you could have ever walked to Hawaii... that's new land, actually, created by volcanoes along a moving hot spot in the mantle.



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