Re: The Island of Mu.

Alfonso Hermida (
11 Jan 1995 03:48:31 GMT

In article <> Anshuman Pandey <> writes:
>I ran across a few books, namely the "The Island of Mu," "The Children
>of Mu," and "Symbols of Mu." I forget the authour's name, but he claims
>that he's found a lost island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean between
>Oceania and South America.
>In the preface to his books, he mentions that he learned this information
>from a Hindu priest who kept hidden the secret tablets of the Naacals,
>which detailed the history of this island of Mu.
>I was curious to know if any of you have come across these books, and
>what your opinion of them are?
I have the whole set of 5 books. The author claims that he was given access to certain information only available to priests. It seems that the author repeats the same info thru all of the books. I also read a book from a guy named Wishar Spenle Cerve that was written in the 1930's (I think) that also mentions the author of the Mu books (James Churchward). It seems he made the front pages in some newspaper. In Cerve's book, he also talks about a certain demotic document found inside a an egyptian dude
's tomb. This document allegedly describes a story of a guy that was sailing near India and the boat sunk. The guy then finds this island where he stayss for 3 months and then returns to Egypt with some interesting knowledge. It doesn't reference the document, the name, or where it is kept. Basically, you're on your own. Cerve suggests that this island was Mu.

>Anshuman Pandey
>University of Washington