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STUDY REVISES TIMELINE ON ARRIVAL OF HUMANS, blared the headline on page one of The San Diego Union-Tribune. We knew it would happen! So it’s great to have Lemurian tradition verified by scientific proof that people actually lived on a continent where the Pacific Ocean lies now!
Understandably, the scientific community is not quite ready to make that quantum leap from the evidence recently reported in the news. They have to take things a careful step at a time, we know. But as a start, at least some are willing to say that a recent discovery in San Diego pushes back their estimates of when early man first showed up on the American continent by many thousands of years.
In case you missed it, all the excitement is about mastodon bones found at a construction site during freeway expansion here in San Diego. The bones were broken in a way that early humans used to get to the nutritious marrow, and then were made into useful tools. Surprisingly, this discovery happened 25 years ago, but only now have tests of uranium decay in the bones dated the site to 130,000 years ago – much before the 14,000 year estimate generally believed to be the earliest humans had been present on the American continent.
Those who have studied the Lemurian Philosophy, or taken a careful look at the Map of Mu the Fellowship has made available to the public, realize that the ancient Lemurian continent included much of the western United States including California. So the present site of San Diego was part of the Rhu Hut Plains of Mu 130,000 years ago as well as 50,000 years later, closer to the time when the world’s first civilization got its start on those rolling plains.
Until this fact is more generally accepted, the mastodon bones, which show evidence of damage by human tools, will seem to indicate that early humans lived on, or at least visited, North America all those millennia ago. (The tribal chairman of the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation said “It’s an exciting surprise and definitely does fit in line with the traditional creation story of the Kumeyaay people.”)
But the question may well arise, how did those very primitive people manage to get here? It has long been assumed that the North American continent looked then as it does now, and the earliest people came from Asia, across a land bridge believed to have existed between what is now Siberia and Alaska. But as we know from Lemurian Philosophy, until the sinking of Mu, much of our present North America was mud flats. So rather than having to cross a trackless ocean or trek thousands of miles over frozen land bridges, these ancient hunters could simply have killed and dined on their shaggy prey on the eastern edge of their own homeland – Lemuria!
Daniel Fisher, a professor of paleontology, said “This is San Diego’s chance to contribute to the knowledge of human history.” We can hope the researchers will be inspired to probe beyond the appearance of their find, to the reality of the great continent that was home to the first and greatest civilization on this planet.
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10 thoughts on “Lemurian Tradition Verified By Discovery!”
Interesting find regarding the mastodon + accompanying dates & yet i have heard/seen nothing about it until now.
Though it is to be expected if tests on artefacts from the site are resulting in data radically different from the current mainstream narrative/theories.
Have to forgive my skepticism regarding many of the ‘sanctioned’ narratives of academia & science…when one discovers that when the exact same scientific tests/methods + ‘accepted’ formulae, that produced the accepted mainstream data + defines that data as scientific, consistently produces results that do not line up/fit in with certain dominant paradigms and is not accepted but suppressed, censored or destroyed it can cause one to become a little suspicious
Shakespeare said “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy,” and I believe it’s premature to decide there aren’t forces to do that which includes sinking a continent. A massive volcanic release could conceivably relieve enough pressure to allow sinking as well as pole shifting, which are theories in their infancy.
While this is interesting that this mastodon discovery apparently confirms that ancient humans were living in our modern San Diego area about 130,000 years ago (thereby humans were on the North American continent earlier than was previously thought), in no way is this any absolute concrete confirmation in the existence of ancient Lemurian continent in the Pacific. Your headline and opening paragraph overstates your case. My personal theory is that there may have been ancient advanced civilizations such as Mu or Lemuria, perhaps superior to our current global culture in many aspects, but it is doubtful, under current geologic thought, that such an advanced civilization existed geographically in the Pacific Ocean area. (Likewise, it is scientifically doubtful that a new continent will arise again in the Pacific at some future time.) An advanced civilization may have existed, just not in the Pacific area. From wikipedia “Mu (lost continent)”: “Modern geological knowledge rules out “lost continents” of any significant size. According to the theory of plate tectonics, which has been extensively confirmed over the past 40 years, the Earth’s crust consists of lighter “sial” rocks (continental crust rich in aluminium silicates) that float on heavier “sima” rocks (oceanic crust richer in magnesium silicates). The sial is generally absent in the ocean floor where the crust is a few kilometers thick, while the continents are huge solid blocks tens of kilometers thick. Since continents float on the sima much like icebergs float on water, a continent cannot simply “sink” under the ocean. …
“Over the scale of history (tens of thousands of years), the sima under the continental crust can be considered solid, and the continents are basically anchored on it. It is almost certain that the continents and ocean floors have retained their present position and shape for the whole span of human existence.
“There is also no conceivable event that could have “destroyed” a continent, since its huge mass of sial rocks would have to end up somewhere—and there is no trace of it at the bottom of the oceans. The Pacific Ocean islands are not part of a submerged landmass but rather the tips of isolated volcanoes.”
What means most to me as a Lemurian student are the Philosophy’s excellent program on personal development and concrete plan to build a new society. At the same time, any evidence supporting the past existence of the continent of Mu is exciting and significant!
That’s why it’s so important that we except the evidence of et life, I believe with everything that I am. That we have never been alone!! Once you except that , then everything will fall in place like dominoes. I have been in lightened, by unlocking my own mind threw the teachings of everything that’s happening around us. We have lost the knowledge or it has been kept from us in so many ways…I now have new meaning in my life, thankyou with all my heart. The new world order is here.
Modern science is one of mankind’s greatest achievements with its rigorous system of authentication that has led to a far better understanding of the cosmos. That understanding is not yet complete and there are many examples where the scientific method by its very nature takes a great deal of time to arrive at the truth. Patience is essential for the actual facts to be gathered, examined, tested, debated, reviewed until our human history is accurately displayed.
That day will come, but until then we are reminded by Carl Sagan: “If we ever reach the point where we think we thoroughly understand who we are and where we came from, we will have failed.”
I find it very interesting that this discovery that may lead to the verification of the existence of Lemuria is close to the present day base of the Lemurian Fellowship and Gateway. Is it coincidence that this was the ancient site of mastodons, hoogwars and Plains Dwellers?
Recently, I had the good fortune to experience a short break in Rome, and to see some of the wonder of what was (materially) achieved, in terms of the ancient buildings and structures there. Whilst the exciting discovery of bones in San Diego may not yet confirm that something magnificent existed in the past – it does remind us (the world at large) – that there is much more about our human history waiting to be rediscovered, beyond what is popularly accepted.
I truly agree