The Children of Mu – James Churchward

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Children of Mu

The Children of Mu
Volume II In The Churchward Lost Continent Of Mu Series

 

Churchward, in The Children Of Mu, tells the story of the colonial expansion of Mu and the influence of the highly developed Mu culture on the rest of the world. Her first colonies were in North America and the Orient, while other colonies had been started in India, Egypt and Yucatan.

The children of Mu became the most influential people on earth…America was one of the first colonies of Mu… Mu had an incredibly sophisticated government, flowering of culture and scientific technology.” Much of the Lemurian civilization lived in homes with transparent roofs.

They were free from stress and disease lived to be hundreds of years old, developing their E.S.P. abilities through nearly 40,000 years of societal practice and experimentation. With that many centuries of evolution, the Lemurians gained their reputation or telepathy, astral travel and teleportation – making land vehicles unnecessary. They were primarily socially a vegetarian, agricultural, outdoor, organic culture that worked in harmony with nature and the land, having little use for scientific technology.

During that time, they had to build their shelter, make their own clothing, gather their own food, make their own tools, and provide for each other without getting into any argument or projecting any negativity toward each other.

 

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