Sunday, January 18, 2015

Another 'Empress of Mu'...

Another 'found on the internet' reference to Mu.

In the 1963 Japanese movie entitled, Atragon (review here,) a powerful shipping magnate (a former WWII Admiral) and his daughter are kidnapped by the agents of the Empire of Mu that sank 10,000 years previously, but this empire is still alive at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.

Mu Empire Submarine

Due to the help of two photographers, the kidnapping plot is foiled. Shortly, the Admiral receives a package with a message on an 8mm film reel.
'Message from Mu'

Very soon thereafter the forces of the Mu Empire attack a Japanese ship and sink an America submarine and the war begins.

Eventually, we meet up with the evil and beautiful 'Empress of Mu.'
Empress of Mu

I know that everyone wants to know who won the war and what happened to the Empire of Mu, but I will not spoil it for those want to view the movie.

Have a great day.

Sunday, March 02, 2014

Sunday, May 19, 2013

The Search Continues for William Niven's Buried Cities; Part 1

When William Niven closed up shop of his archaeological discoveries in Mexico City to move back to the United States, the entire contents of his store was carefully placed in wooden boxes for the trip. Niven had excavated in Guerrero and the Valley of Mexico for three decades and been allowed to keep duplicates of everything he had found. Literally thousands of relics were found by Niven, including the 2600 tablets that were made famous through James Churchward's books.

From 'Children of Mu' (facing page 41)
 From 'Children of Mu' (facing page 41)

According to Buried Cities, Forgotten Gods, William Niven's biography, he had an arrangement with the Mexican government that he would give them the best example of any relic, but he was permitted to keep duplicates. Niven donated thousands of relics to the National Museum and rightly felt that he was entitled to maintain possession of his collection. Referencing Buried Cities, Forgotten Gods again, Ramon Mena, head of the archaeological division at the National Museum, estimated that Niven had excavated 40,000 tons of earth and donated more than $10,000 worth of material to the Museum at no cost to the Mexican government. In addition to the material donated to the Mexican National Museum, he also contributed items to the Peabody Museum. These artifacts are known, however the whereabouts of his collection from his Mexico City storefront remains a mystery.

In the past decade, fellow researchers have approached various Texas institutes of higher learning about his discoveries to no avail. Needless to mention is that they were not the first to search for the artifacts. In Part 2, we'll examine one such earlier attempt.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Another Lost Sunken City Found

In an article entitled, "Lost city of Heracleion gives up its secrets," the details of another ancient sunken city have been reported. Uncovered off the coast of Egypt and initially rediscovered in 2000, the city of Heracleion has slowly been revealing it's treasures from 150 feet beneath the Bay of Aboukir. Also known as Thonis to the Greeks, the artifacts recovered from the site have amazed archaeologists.

The city disappeared some 1200 years ago and was known in the present era only from a few ancient texts and some inscriptions. It was originally built in the eighth century BCE. The site is now 6.5 kilometers off the coast and occupies an area of 11 by 15 kilometers.

This is another example of sunken features that have arisen from obscurity and/or legend to change our understanding of history. Here are some other examples:
Sunken Landmass(es) Found
Another Submerged Civilization Rises
More Talk of Sunken Continents in the Indian Ocean
James Churchward’s Western India Discovery?
Baltic Sea Discovery Reveals Ancient Construction?
More on Doggerland…

Have a great day.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Ancient Siberian Rock Formation - Evidence of Great Uighur Empire?

According to Professor Vitaly Larichev, of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography at the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Sunduki site in Siberia is a 16,000 year old astronomical observatory. These statements are recorded in the Siberian Times article, "Is this the oldest astronomical observatory in the world dating back 16,000 years?."


According to my great-grandfather, James Churchward, the Great Uighur Empire (see map above) was the principal colony of the lost continent of Mu and was thousands of years old at it's height some 17,000 years ago. The fact that artifacts of such age have been discovered in the vicinity provides hope that evidence of the Great Uighur Empire has been found.

Of course, further study and research is necessary to show a link between the ancient Uighurs and the people that inhabited this area and many patiently await the confirmation.

Have a great day.

Monday, May 06, 2013

Another Example of the Paradigm Shift

Originally there were many explanations for the great structures found by the Conquistadors in Mexico. Some said they were built by people from Atlantis, James Churchward said the Pacific Ocean continent of Mu, others pointed to a lost tribe of Israel, or maybe what is now known as Libya.

Until recently, it was believed by some that the Olmecs were responsible for the advances in Mayan culture and for others, it arose independently.

Now further evidence indicates that it was neither. Findings from Ceibal, the oldest Mayan ceremonial site discovered so far predates the Olmec site known as La Venta by 200 years. In the article, "Oldest Maya Sun Observatory Hints at Origin of Civilization," the author surmises that the rise in civilization, (i.e., village planning, astronomical observation, etc) came about through the interaction of the peoples in the region.

More research is necessary to solidify the findings and nail down the particulars, but it is evidence that the paradigm is shifting and there are no absolutes.

Have a great day.