The Lost Continent of Mu
Mu was an immense continent covering nearly one-half of the Pacific Ocean. When she sank during volcanic destruction, fifty million square miles of water claimed her place. This vast continent and culture was the center of civilization some 25,000 years ago. This is the story of Churchwards search for the lost continent, from the vaults of an Indian temple to the four corners of the world.
Below is a handwritten letter from Colonel James Churchward to Dr. Charles (Chas) D. Hart, dated 20 December 1932. The letter is from my personal archives having reemerged 79 years to the day that it was first written. Read Churchwards magnificent treatise: The Lost Continent of Mu.
In the letter, Churchward writes, “the Delaware Indians Chief, simply continues a symbol that was brought to this country from Mu by his forefathers …”
The 8-rayed star, known as the Sacred Symbol of Mu, was part of the Royal Escutcheon of Mu whose worldwide appearance appears cross culturally worn by the tribes of the Delaware Indians, carved in stone at Machu Picchu, etched in the Palpa sands of the Nazca Starglyph, embedded in the rock face of the Monument to Humanity at Markawasi and symbolically related to the hypercube, and tesseract.
The last vestiges of Mu (the Mother Land) are present today, reawaking in our consciousness, within our hearts.