The Seven Sacred Inspired Writings of Mu

by Liliana Usvat

James Churchward was a British occult writer, inventor, engineer, and fisherman. Churchward is most notable for proposing the existence of a lost continent, called “Mu,” in the Pacific Ocean. Born: February 27, 1851, Okehampton, United KingdomDied: January 4, 1936, Los Angeles, California, United States

Churchward claimed to have gained his knowledge of this lost land after befriending an Indian priest, who taught him to read an ancient dead language (spoken by only three people in all of India). The priest disclosed the existence of several ancient tablets, written by the Naacals, and Churchward gained access to these records after overcoming the priest’s initial reluctance. His knowledge remained incomplete, as the available tablets were mere fragments of a larger text, but Churchward claimed to have found verification and further information in the records of other ancient peoples.

Underneath an ancient Hindu Rishi temple there may be found complete copies of the Seven Sacred Inspired Writings of Mu.

The seventh writing or chapter tells the tale and gives the history of man from his advent upon earth.

These writings tell us what what life is, how it originated and the forces  which the scientists call it election its orivin how it works what it does a d itsnfinal disposition.

There are remains of highly civilized men in North America which date far back into Tertiary era and anteater the geoligical Glacial Period tens of thousands of years.

Our note : Tertiary Period, interval of geologic time lasting from approximately 66 million to 2.6 million years ago. … It is the traditional name for the first of two periods in the Cenozoic Era (66 million years ago to the present); the second is the Quaternary Period (2.6 million years ago to the present).

The Sacred Mysteries of Egypt tell us what the So called Glacial Period was what caused it and give a scientific description of everything concerning it.

From “The Lost Continent of Mu” by James Churchward

Here is a sample of the translation of the language of Mu from James Churchward.