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Friday, May 16, 2014

The Legendary Lost Continent of Mu

In the records of the old Buddhist Temple at Lhasa there is to be seen an ancient Chaldean inscription written about 2,000 years B.C. It reads:

"When the star Bal fell on the place where is now only sea and sky the Seven Cities with their Golden Gates and Transparent Temples quivered and shook like the leaves of a tree in storm. And behold a flood of fire and smoke arose from the palaces. Agony and cries of the multitude filled the air. They sought refuge in their temples and citadels.
 
And the wise Mu, the hieratic of Ra-Mu, arose and said to them: 'Did not I predict all this?'
 
And the women and the men in their precious stones and shining garments lamented: 'Mu, save us.' And Mu replied: 'You shall die together with your slaves and your riches and from your ashes will arise new nations. If they forget they are superior, not because of what they put on, but of what they put out, the same lot will befall them!' Flame and smoke choked the words of Mu. The land and its inhabitants were torn to pieces and swallowed by the depths."
 
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Below is the translation of a Maya manuscript which is part of the famous collection of Le Plongeon, the Troano manuscript. It can be seen in the British Museum.
 
"In the year of 6 Kan, on the 11 Muluc, in the Month Zac, there occured terrific earthquakes which continued without interruption until the 13 Chuen. The country of the hills of mud, the Land of Mu, was sacrificed. Being twice upheaved it disappeared during the night, being continually shaken by the fires of the under earth. Being confined these caused the land to sink and rise several times and in various places. At last the surface gave way, and then ten countries were torn asunder and scattered. They sank with their 64,000,000 of inhabitants 8,000 years before the writing of this book."
 
How account for these two stories - one from Tibet, the other from Central America, each mentioning the same cataclysm and each referring to the land of Mu?
 
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6 comments:

  1. Samoans always existed as the mightiest warriors of Mu

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  2. Nan Madol was one of the stone temple cities of Mu, on the island of Ponape.

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    1. Yes your interpretation is completely correct I totally agree

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  3. 6400000 people woww and how long ago? Amazing how we have been lied to ! WAKE UP PEOPLE!

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  4. Fascinating and am reading your book.

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  5. Contrive to someone arrive at Shambala (Akasha) land?

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