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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And the thought that the Turkic Uighur Empire, which appeared at the 8th century, about years later than the sinking of Mu, was one of their colonies. I hate to give up on books, but just couldn’t do it with this one. Cerve sees this west strip of California as a remnant of the E. He married in India at age 20 and had a son, Alexander, in Psychic hunches are not welcome in the lab.
A French scholar, he studied Mayan from the few natives who still knew it, pored over official records, and learned Coontinent. Mu Map of Mu by James Churchward. The notion of a pre-Atlantean civilisation is intriguing, but this does not help the case much, in my opinion. Other books in the series. According to him, Mu was placed between the Americas and Asiaand it was bigger than Australiaand there was a highly developed civilization before it sunk by an earthquake or flood about 12 thousand years ago.
Brasseur believed that a word which he read as Mu referred to a land which had been submerged by a catastrophe.
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Mu (lost continent) – Wikipedia
If James Churchward was alive today he’d be working for the History channel. Recent translations of the Troano Codex have shown it to chutchward a treatise on astrology. The sial is generally absent in the ocean floor where the crust is a few kilometers thick, while the continents are huge solid blocks tens of kilometers thick. Perhaps it will he again. It is clear that Churchward has done numerous years of research, even if his theory never quite seems able to hold water.
Moreover, the “Triumphal Road” that Pierre Loti had reported ran from the island to the submerged lands below, is actually a natural lava flow.
His ” theory ” relies on the tablets he has found in a temple the name of which he suspiciously doesn’t give in Indian temples, that he has translated from the ancient Naga-Maya language which doesn’t exist that he supposedly learned from an Indian monk. Although Abbe Brasseur de Bourbottrgarriving in Mexico inwas the first to undertake translation of the Troano Mss. Other Etna eruptions have occurred simultaneously with a 6.
James Churchward and His Lost Pacific Continent
Despite the fundamental scientific flaws, I was left with some lingering questions: External links Twitter Facebook Discord. However, he was also a patented inventor, engineer, and expert fisherman.
In his Mu-monomania, he employs circular and tautological reasoning. Map of Mu by James Churchward.
Hindu traditions affirm that the first Sangham poetic academy lasted for 4, years; the second one for 3, years; the third one up to the Christian era lasted 1, years.
The priestly brotherhood, he said, had been sent out from Mu to teach the sacred writings of religion and science to colonists in southeast Asia, then India. Reed in Geography of the British Empire: Johnstone of Liverpool University, in Introduction to Oceanographysays. Total, 11, years BP for the start of Sanghams, which began “shortly after the flood.
With access to more esoteric literature, and eyewitness accounts from more travelers to these places of ruins, the average person has a better picture of the cnurchward past. Churchward claimed that “more than fifty years ago”, while he was a soldier in Indiahe chrchward a high-ranking temple priest who showed him a set of ancient “sunburnt” clay tablets, supposedly in a long lost “Naga-Maya language” which only two other people in India could read.
Mu (lost continent)
Churchward is most notable for proposing the existence of a lost continentcalled Muin the Pacific Ocean. His birth certificate is dated A classic example of land upheaval is the Valley of Mexico, now at 7, above sea level, but estimated by Churchward to have existed at sea level until about 12, years ago, with its pushed up by exploding subterranean gases.
Although geology asserts that the “ice cap” extended around the N. Full review on my blog: