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Lemuria: The Lost Continent of the Pacific

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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 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.

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Paperback, 197 pages
Published October 28th 1997 by Amorc Funds (first published June 1982)
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Where would I be without crazy people writing earnest books? Here's a quote:

"In fact, the average forehead of the Lemurians must have been about six or seven inches in height. In the center of this forehead, about an inch and a half above the bridge of the nose, there was a large protrusion much like the size and shape of a walnut. We would look upon this sort of growth in the center of the forehead today as a disfigurement, but with them it was perfectly natural..."

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Andrew Stohler
To make it clear to people this book was written Spencer H Lewis. He was a Rosicrucian that wrote many books on the occult. For those who may think he is crazy or making this stuff up must realize these books were meant to remain secret like the organization. They are a higher degree of the masons putting them below the skull and crossbones. This is why he does not cite his information or divulge many details on how he knows what he knows. Such a fun read though. I suggest one learns a bit about ...more
Gary Fowler
I read the second edition (1935). It's been on my shelves for a while, in a section I refer to as "alternative history." His premise was/is that even before Atlantis disappeared beneath the surface of the Atlantic, there was a huge continent, Lemuria, stretching almost from South America to Asia. The Lemurian culture, thousands of years before ancient Egypt, had boats propelled by water-repelling stones, "airships," and other technology, some of which was at least as advanced as our own of the e ...more
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