Re: Q: Did the lost continent of Mu really exist?
3 Jan 1997 04:00:46 GMT
In article <32CC25AC.2B1E@ucsd.edu>, Vladimir Vooss <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> am, myself, very interested in this subject, and had studied it to the
>point of coming to the following conclusions:
> The Earth is far older than we think, and with that the age of the
> The Creation Story in the Bible is as mythological as is the
> We didn't just experience other civilizations whose temples and
>heaps we can scientifically study and argue
over. There have been
>millenia of other human
> experience, but so far buried and even recycled by Earth that there
>is no hope
> for sites and citations.
> All the above conclusions have been reached by methods of thought
> blessed by contemporary science and education.
The same thing used to happen to me when I smoked marijuana.