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The Stone Tablets of Mu by Jack Churchward
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The Stone Tablets of Mu

by Jack Churchward

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"In the 1920s famed researched and occultist, James Churchward, wrote a series of groundbreaking books about the lost continent of Lemuria which he called the land of Mu. His basic premises were that the Garden of Eden was not in the Middle East, but on a sunken continent in the Pacific Ocean and the Biblical story of creation came from this now sub-merged continent of Mu. In this book, James' great-grandson, Jack Churchward, presents an examination of previously "not publicly available" portions of James Churchward's booklet Copies of Stone Tablets Found by William Niven at Santiago Ahuizoctla near Mexico City (1927). He also discusses James' early ideas and interpretations of the "Valley of Mexico Tablets" and reveals nine of the twenty-two tables for the first time. James Churchward's research into the subject spanned several decades, starting from his time in India where he was taught to read the ancient Naacal tablets, a repository of wisdom from a time before our own and his recognition that the Naacal Brotherhood, also, composed the tablets William Niven discovered, places their ancient wisdom and knowledge in our laps and offers the opportunity to impart the same to the reader. "--vendor website.… (more)

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