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The fourth book in the internationally acclaimed series, explains the sciences as they were taught in Mu: the Universal Laws at work, as an Orderly Procession of powers creating the Universe and the Earth and whichever cause change.
Paperback, 264 pages
Published February 15th 1992 by Brotherhood of Life (first published 1992)
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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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