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The Children Of Mu

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In this, his second book, Churchward 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.
Published January 15th 1988 by Brotherhood of Life (first published 1931)
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Jul 08, 2009 Charles rated it did not like it
Shelves: fantasy
Pretty much a complete fabrication, which is why it goes under Fantasy rather than what it claims to be, which is nonfiction.

I don't see the need to try to pull the wool over people's eyes like this. Well, of course there's the "money" aspect.
Dec 05, 2013 Spz0 rated it liked it
A precursor to "The Lost Continent of Mu".
See my description on that book.
Köksal Kök
Kayıp Kıta MU'nun Çocukları (1931)

The Children of Mu.

James Churchward

Omega / Bilim Dizisi

Çevirmen : Ferit Burak Aydar
İstanbul, 2010
ISBN : 9789754689112
280 s.

MU'nun Çocukları;

-mayalar (orta amerika uygarlıkları)
-batı avrupada;

..irlandalılar. (bunlar aynı zamanda türk soydaşlarımız)

-yunanlılar (karyalılar, heleg-lelegler, ki bunlar da türk.)
-batı hatları, batıya gidenler, mu nun batısı, pasifiğin batısı;

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James Churchward is best known as a British born occult writer. However, he was also a patented inventor, engineer, and expert fisherman.

He was the elder brother of the Masonic author Albert Churchward (1852–1925.) He was a tea planter in Sri Lanka before coming to the US in the 1890s. In James' biography entitled My Friend Churchey and His Sunken Continent, he discussed Mu with Augustus LePlongeo
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