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Lemuria The Lost Continent of the Pacific

Wishar S. Cerve

Lemuria The Lost Continent of the Pacific

by Wishar S. Cerve

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Published by Amorc .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8318878M
ISBN 100912057092
ISBN 109780912057095
OCLC/WorldCa10789993

  Buy a cheap copy of Lemuria: The Lost Continent of the book by Wishar S. Cerve. Beneath the rollings seas lie the mysteries of forgotten civilizations. Swept by the tides, half buried by the sands, worn away by terrific pressure are the Free shipping over $ The Lost Cities of Lemuria & The Pacific: Childress, David Hatcher: The Lost Continent of MU, Brotherhood of Life also known as The Lost Continent of MU - The Motherland of Man: Churchward, Col. James: The Lost Land of Lemuria: Sumathi Ramaswamy: The Lost Lemuria - .

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  David Hatcher Childress's book looks at the Lemuria story, the lost continent of the Pacific or maybe Indian ocean, with great imagination and intellectual curiosity. For the first time since the s he approached the subject in detail, and he is not afraid to take on many aspects of the story, however quirky, with an open mind/5(4). Mu, or Lemuria, was the lost continent of the Pacific, which, according to the findings of James Churchward, archaeologist and author of The Lost Continent of Mu, extended from north of Hawaii three thousand miles south to Easter Island and the Fijis and was made up of three areas of land stretching more than five thousand miles from east to west.


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Where the mighty Pacific now sweeps majestically for thousands of miles, there was once a vast continent. This land was known as Lemuria, and its people as Lemurians. In this book you will learn the incredible truth about the Lemurian race, their civilization's high development, their advanced technology, their deep comprehension of psychic and /5(11).

Where the Pacific now rolls in a majestic sweep for two thousand miles, there was once a vast continent known as Lemuria. This book presents scientific evidences of this lost race and its astounding civilization with the story of the descendants of the survivors and present a cyclical viewpoint of rise and fall in the progress of civilization.

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which is highly recommended. I know I have to give it a read. And I’m. Swept by the tides, half buried by the sands, worn away by terrific pressure are the remnants of a culture little known to our age. Where the mighty Pacific now sweeps majestically for thousands of miles, there was once a vast continent.

This land was known as Lemuria, and its people as Lemurians. In/5. This land was known as Lemuria, and its p Swept by the tides, half buried in the sands, worn away by terrific pressure, are the remnants of a culture little known to our age of today. Where the mighty Pacific now rolls in a majestic sweep of thousands of miles, there was once a vast continent/5.

The Lost Continent Of Lemuria Lemuria is the lost land, the first continent of the Pacific. She is the exotic paradise of the East, the intoxicating, mystical land of magic. She is the Lost Continent of the Pacific, what others may refer to as Mu. Lemuria and Mu are one and the same. The lost civilisation of Lemuria / Mu was brought dramatically back to public attention in with the publication of Colonel James Churchward’s bizarre The Lost Continent of Mu, the first in a series of five books by Churchward about the lost continent.

In the book he claimed that the lost continent of Mu had once extended from an area. Back in the mids, a few scientists working from scant evidence decided there must have been a lost continent in the Indian Ocean and they called it Lemuria.

On this lost continent, some even thought, there once lived a race of now-extinct humans called Lemurians who had four arms and enormous, hermaphroditic bodies but nevertheless are the Author: William Delong. LEMURIA: THE LOST CONTINENT OF THE PACIFIC — 8 — There are certain facts that are self-evident regarding Lemuria, and its people, and these few or many, as the readers may discover them, constitute a selection or framework throughout the present volume that is sufficient foundation upon which to build a firm belief in the entire Size: 2MB.

These questions can be answered by looking at the nature of these peoples’ legends. In the north and south, east and west of the Pacific, they all tell the same tale: there once existed a great land, a continent that sank into the sea a long, long time ago.

The highest mountain peaks of this lost continent still poke above the water. Book Description California, Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 5th or later Edition.

Where the Pacific now rolls in a majestic sweep for 2, miles, there was a vast continent known as scientific evidences of this lost race and its astounding civilization with the story of the descendants of the survivors present a cyclical viewpoint of rise and fall Price: $ Lemuria (/ l ɪ ˈ m j ʊər i ə /), or Limuria, is a hypothetical lost land located in either the Indian or the Pacific Ocean, as of now-discredited 19th-century scientific idea was then adopted by the occultists of the time and consequently has been incorporated into pop Tamil writers have associated it with Kumari Kandam, a mythical lost continent with an ancient Type: Hypothetical lost continent.

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 s years.

It is said that Lemuria flourished until ab years ago when it was destroyed by natural disasters including a volcanic eruption, tidal waves and earthquakes. What is left of this so-called lost continent are rocky islands scattered about the Pacific Ocean.

Lemurians. Lemuria - lost civilization. likes. Atlantis and Lemuria. They had methods, technologies, since lost to us. And in our modern arrogance, we have denied the possibility of other advance Followers: OCLC Number: Notes: "The spirituality of the Lemurians, by Dr. James W. [sic] Ward": pages Description: pages illustrations 20 cm.

Lemuria: The Lost Continent of the Pacific: Cerve, Wishar S.: Books - (11). : Lemuria The Lost Continent of the Pacific () by Cerve, Wishar S. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(31).

Lost Pacific Continent Of Mu Or Lemuria: What Is The Evidence. Although not as famous as its counterpart in the Atlantic Ocean, as in “Atlantis” much has been written and speculated about a continent in the Pacific that usually goes by the name Lemuria or Mu, which supposedly sunk below the waves several thousand years ago.

Virtually every society around the Pacific Rim has a legend that states that there was a huge continent that sank to the bottom of the sea and that there was a great flood. Many islands in the.OCLC Number: Notes: "The spirituality of the Lemurians, by Dr. James W.

Ward": p. Description: pages illustrations (including maps) 20 cm. It was about 12% larger than the continent of Australia and actually joined Japan in several places before Atlantis sank and the seas around the world rose feet.

Here are the longitudes and latitudes for Mu. Northern edge: Lat 37°- 38° N South.