Thursday, April 10, 2008
Do You Think Lemuria Was Sexy?Some Say No.
As mentioned earlier,there are those who believe that Lemuria suddenly appeared with a full-blown culture. This has spawned many interesting theories, including visits from extraterrestrials who introduced a new species of genetically engineered humans to replace their slow-witted ancestors. This too links with other creational theories about humans being seeded by gods or aliens.
Some believe that Lemurians were much more like early humans, living in a sort of idyllic paradise, largely agrarian with lush forests and an abundance of flowers and fruit trees. Feminine principles of sharing, cooperation, and creativity produced a society virtually free of crime, strife, and warfare. They were vegetarians and lived in harmony with nature and other creatures. They had a highly developed psychic and telepathic abilities which were applied in everyday life - giving them manifestation and other reality creating techniques.
In fact, Wiki]edia tells us
"Though Lemuria has passed out of the realm of conventional science, it has been adopted by occult writers, as well as some Tamil writers of India. Accounts of Lemuria differ according to the requirements of their contexts, but all share a common belief that a continent existed in ancient times and sank beneath the ocean as a result of geological change, often cataclysmic"
That could not be more evident than from Madame Helen Blavatsky, a woman of world wide fame in the late nineteenth century.Wikipedia indicates that her works entered Lemuria into the occult, yet was accepted by many famous scientists of the time.
She claimed in the 1880s to have been shown an ancient, pre-Atlantean Book of Dzyan by the Mahatmas. Within Blavatsky's complex cosmology, which includes seven "Root Races", Lemuria was occupied by the "Third Root Race",
So what? You may ask.Well,they were claimed to be from 7 to 10 feet tall. Yes, you may say but many skeletons of "giants" have been found in those areas and even in the Southwest and California.That is true,but Madame Blavatsky said they sexually hermaphroditic, egg-laying, mentally undeveloped and spiritually more pure than the following "Root Races .They had a third eye and communicated telepathically....OH; After the subsequent creation of mammals, Mme Blavatsky revealed to her readers, some Lemurians turned to bestiality. The gods, aghast at the behavior of these "mindless" men, sank Lemuria into the ocean ...
From literature not science comes an idea around that time.I do not know conclusively if this author is Madame or a relative. but it was stated that in the works of H.P. Blavatsky, notably in The Secret Doctrine (1888), where she writes of "Dragon-men" who once had a mighty civilization on a Lemurian continent, until their rampant use of black magic brought about the end of their civilization, and their continent sank. Blavatsky in turn claims to have obtained this information from The Book of Dzyan. However, many consider that Blavatsky invented the book herself. Blavatsky believed that the terms "Dragon-men" or "Serpent-men" used to describe the Lemurian Lizard Beings in the Book of Dzyan were symbolic, intended to symbolize their advanced knowledge and magical powers
Churchworld a scientist and researcher of the time gives his theory.The Children of Mu is the story of the pioneers of Mu. Sixty-three million people lived on the now lost continent of Mu over 200,000 years ago. The children of Mu became the most influential people on Earth. Mu had an incredibly sophisticated government, flowering culture and scientific technology. Much of the Lemurian civilization lived in homes with transparent roofs. They built shelters, made clothing, food, and their own tools. They were free from stress and disease, living in peace for hundreds of years. Their psychic abilities were highly developed - telepathy, astral travel and teleportation making traditional communication devices unnecessary. They were primarily a vegetarian, agricultural, outdoor, organic culture that worked in harmony with nature and the land.
The following explanation appeared but I am unsure who brought this out or whether or not it was related to Blanvatasky or Churchworld.It is interesting.Sounds like theirs.
L emurians had pliable, jelly-like bodies and slowly developed physical forms. [Movement from higher to lower frequency - above the physical into solid matter].The first Lemurian subraces allegedly were apelike, egg-laying hermaphrodites who communicated by mental telepathy through a third eye This atrophied after Lemuria's fall and became the pineal gland still found in modern humans.
.Finally, the ever-increasing density of matter helped usher in an era of sexual reproduction, and two distinct sexes emerged from one being. This marked the fall of man, and henceforth male and female would strive to reunite as one body through sexual intercourse.
The first theory of the people of Lemuria is far more appealing after reviewing the others.I take it.
There is one more thing that has a number of believers in the United States.
In 1894, Frederick Spencer Oliver published A Dweller on Two Planets, which claimed that survivors from a sunken continent called Lemuria were living in or on Mount Shasta in northern California. The Lemurians lived in a complex of tunnels beneath the mountain and occasionally were seen walking the surface dressed in white robes.
Several sightings have been reported of these white clad group in the area.A crowd of citizens of the area took explosives and used them in an attempt to dislodge these folks but no one came out.(Except the police?)
Popular novels have also repeated the belief that Lemurians inhabit Mount Shasta. Among such novels, Vin Smith's The Outrageous Views of Professor Fogelman links Lemurians to Ancient Egypt, UFOs and a method of travel called vortex portals--essentially a pathway to sacred places on Earth as well as points unknown in the universe.
It is said that the Mount Shasta area has a high number of UFOs.
The lovely earrings pictured are "Columns of Atlantis" found in her shop at