I was made aware the Peabody Museum at Harvard University was holding a number of the ‘tablet‘ discoveries of William Niven from the Valley of Mexico. I have obtained permission to include images of three unnumbered ‘tablets‘ in the My-Mu.com blog.
Incised stone tablet (modern forgery). (c) President and Fellows of Harvard College, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, PM# 28-1-20/C10585 (digital file # 45090033)
The catalog description reads:
Inventory Description: Ground stone, architectural element, rectangular, highly porous conglomerate?, two perforations, carved zoomorphic design, reptile?, painted orange & red
Please note the image is protected by copyright by The Peabody Museum at Harvard University
This is the first tablet I have seen with holes, apparently for mounting.
More to follow…
Photo by Carolyn MacDonald Manning / Merrell Fankhauser and friends on stage, Tiki Lounge
Merrell Fankhauser, legendary guitarist, is still going strong after 50 years in the music industry.
In the 1970s he was a member of the band named “Mu” and moved to the island of Maui to study the Lost Continent of Mu for many years.
Merrell recently sat down for an fascinating interview.
Quantum Mindfulness Radio
Joel Ayala Ayapana of Quantum Mind Radio
Episode #10: Guest Jack E. Churchward
I sat down with Joel Ayala Ayapana on Quantum Mindfulness Radio on RealRevolutionRadio.com for an interview on my research into the life and theories of my great-grandfather, James Churchward.