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Danielle Gorree
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« Reply #15 on: April 27, 2007, 03:34:51 am »


Subtitle:Colonel James Churchward: A Biography

Author:Percy Tate Griffith,
Joan Griffith

A great account of the fascinating world traveler, inventor of "stainless steel," millionaire and author of the controversial "Mu" books. In 1920, the British-born Churchward came out with his first in a series of five hooks, THE LOST CONTINENT OF MU: "There was once a flourishing continent in the middle of the Pacific Ocean called Mu... The greatest tragedy of mankind occurred when Mu sank, carrying down with her 63,000,000 people and a civilization approximately 200,000 years old. This civilization was at its peak before the mountains were raised, when according to Charles Darwin, man was still closely related to the monkey... South America at that time had an inland sea comparable to the Mediterranean today. The Incas and the Mayas of prehistoric times were the dying embers of an earlier civilization. The oldest records of mankind are right here in our own country, which was one of Mu's first colonies... Records in Tibet over 70,000 years old, show communication with South America, as well as with China. Egypt, India and Africa... Man did not 'evolve' after the Glacial Period because there was no Ice Age. When Mu sank and the mountains were raised, man degenerated into the savagery out of which our own civilization emerged." Before the shock waves had settled, the Colonel followed quickly with his companion editions, THE CHILDREN OF MU (1931), THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU (1933), and COSMIC FORCES OF MU in two parts, 1934-35. Churchward not only invented stainless steel as we know it and made millions of dollars, but Bethlehem Steel tried to kill Churchward to avoid paying him royalties! Tons of interesting stuff. Color illustrations. 

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