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Many of today's spiritual teachers make mention of Mu, a lost continent that most of us know very little about. That all changes with this timely re-issue of the 1926 classic by James Churchward, The Lost Continent of Mu: Motherland of Man
, now supplemented with fresh research and new material by the author's great-grandson.
In the 1920s, James Churchward wrote a series of ground-breaking books about the lost continent of Lemuria, which he called the land of Mu. The basic premises are these:
- The Garden of Eden was not in Asia but on a sunken continent in the Pacific Ocean.
- The Biblical story of creation came not from the peoples of the Nile, but from this now submerged continent of Mu--the Motherland of Man.
- Mu was an advanced civilization of 64 million inhabitants.
The elder Churchward obtained the information by living with monks and translating unknown manuscripts. Over the years, his books have come to be considered occult classics. Now his great-grandson, Jack Churchward, has resurrected this valuable work and added his own research.
About the Author
Jack Churchward spent six years in the United States Navy and went on to earn his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of South Florida. Jack has over thirty years experience in the Aerospace and Defense industry, having worked on both manned and unmanned Space programs as well as many military platforms. His research into the life and theories of his great-grandfather James Churchward (1851-1936), author of the series of books about the Lost Continent of Mu, is conducted using his technical expertise and access to a portion of James' original source materials.