Mu: the Lost Continent
Mu: the lost continent of Mu was originally cited in the writings of Augustus Le Plongeon, a 19th century traveler, but it was James Churchward, who popularized the story of Mu with a series of books in the 1930s. Located in the Pacific Ocean, Mu was thought to possess a great civilization that thrived tens of thousands of years before any of the ancient civilizations we know of today. As with Atlantis, the days of Mu came to an end with a cataclysmic natural disaster that sank the continent into the sea. These online resources examine the myths and realities of the story of Mu, the lost continent of the Pacific.
Ancient Mu Resources
The Lost Continent of Mu and James Churchward
Atlantis, Mu and the Maya
The Lost Continent Of Mu: Journey into the Theoretical Past
Sacred Symbols of Mu
Is the Lost Continent of Mu in Okinawa?
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