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    "The Lost Continent Lemuria is in Pacific Ocean. Most prominent Islands such as Tonga Islands, Easter Islands, Lelu Island, Malekula Island, Palau’s Babeldoab Island, Mu’a Island, Tahiti, Fiji, Hawaii, Samoa, Cook Islands, Line islands - Republic of Kiribati, Society Islands, Marquesas Islands, Leeward Islands, Gilbert Island and others were part of the largest continent in the World - Lemuria. Most of the inhabitants were Giants 12 feet in height. Megalithic stones,... ~ H.P. Blavatsky"

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La raza Lemur (tercera raza) eran más físicos, hasta esta época ya habían pasado gran cantidad de años. esta raza también era muy espiritual aunque con menos poderes que los hiperbóreos. aun así ellos tenían contacto con el edén. esta raza como las dos anteriores eran andrógenos - hermafroditas. ellos eran gigantes de 2 a 6 metros. su país estaba cerca de Australia y se dice que eran aproximadamente 64 millones. vivían en una región muy poblada de volcanes, en el océano pacífico.

Lost Pacific Continent Of Mu Or Lemuria: What Is The Evidence?

Lost Pacific Continent Of Mu Or Lemuria: What Is The Evidence? -


Lost Continent of Lemuria - Lemuria is the name given a hypothetical continent that sank beneath the sea due to some huge geological upheaval. The Lost Continent of Lemuria was originally a theory put forth by scientists in the 19th century as an attempt to explain strange patterns of species distribution on the continents bordering the Indian and Pacific Oceans. It is also associated with the lost city of Atlantis. Lemuria is also referred by some as "MOO"

Cook Islands. I had the most amazing two week vacation doing absolutely nothing on an atoll in the Cook Islands.

This underwater platform was found recently during a Sonar Survey in the waters off of American Samoa this is right in the area claimed to be lost Lemuria and Mu and Atlantis.

Mu, Mayan, Egyptian alphabets The similarities are uncanny. Did these three civilizations communicate with each other?

Mungo Man, discovered in 1974, was an early human inhabitant of the continent of Australia, who is believed to have lived between 68,000 and 40,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene epoch. The remains are the oldest anatomically modern human remains found in Australia to date.