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The Sacred Symbols of Mu by James Churchward
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The Sacred Symbols of Mu (1933)

by James Churchward

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According to this installment of the unwritten history history of "MU," "MU" was the origin of "ancient and modern religions". Would a Colonel lie? I don't think so, even if you do.
  JNagarya | Apr 3, 2008 |
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According to Churchward, Mu was a lost continent in the Pacific Ocean, which was destroyed in a global cataclysm tens of thousands of years ago; Mu was the original home of mankind, and all subsequent civilizations descended from it. The Pacific islands and their inhabitants are supposed to be the last survivors of this primordial motherland. Churchward's Mu was a huge continent, which stretched from Micronesia in the West to Easter Island and Hawaii in the East.
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According to Churchward, Mu was a lost continent in the Pacific Ocean, which was destroyed in a global cataclysm tens of thousands of years ago; Mu was the original home of mankind, and all subsequent civilizations descended from it. The Pacific islands and their inhabitants are supposed to be the last survivors of this primordial motherland. Churchward's Mu was a huge continent, which stretched from Micronesia in the West to Easter Island and Hawaii in the East.

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