Images Surface from Mu Lecture part 3

I recently received an email from Tim Walsh of the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut concerning some lantern slides being held in their collection. Apparently they are from a presentation on the Lost Continent of Mu, but whether or not they were used by James Churchward is unknown.

List of names for each section of the presentation
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT

Here are the slides in the third section entitled:

Trip to Tibet Disguised as a Prayer Pilgrim

Section 3 Title Slide
Trip to Tibet Disguised as a Prayer Pilgrim
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Great Uighur Empire
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


My Route to Tibet
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Mountain Trail to Tibet
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Route to Tibet
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Prayer Wheel – Tibet
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Prayer Wheel – Tibet
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Leiper’s Bronze
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Images Surface from Mu Lecture part 1
Images Surface from Mu Lecture part 2

Images Surface from Mu Lecture part 2

I recently received an email from Tim Walsh of the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut concerning some lantern slides being held in their collection. Apparently they are from a presentation on the Lost Continent of Mu, but whether or not they were used by James Churchward is unknown.

List of names for each section of the presentation
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT

Here are the slides in the second section entitled:

Part 2: Ruins of Ancient Civilizations

Section 2 Title Slide
Ruins of Ancient Civilization
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Photo of Niven ‘Tablet’
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Niven’s Tablet #0150 “Dual Principal of the Creator”


“Tonga Tabu Arch”
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Ruins Mariana Group
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Symbolic Figure
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Hindu Ruin
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Mex Pyramid
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Xochicalo Pyramid
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Mex Pyramid
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Stella ‘Quirigua’
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Images Surface from Mu Lecture part 1
Images Surface from Mu Lecture part 3

Images Surface from Mu Lecture part 1

I recently received an email from Tim Walsh of the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut concerning some lantern slides being held in their collection. Apparently they are from a presentation on the Lost Continent of Mu, but whether or not they were used by James Churchward is unknown.

Here are the slides in the first section entitled:

Part 1: Maps
Ancient World
South America

List of names for each section of the presentation
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Section 1 Title Slide
Maps
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Map of Ancient South America
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Mu Map
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Mu Map
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Ancient Migration Routes
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Migration to Western United States Map
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Map of Ancient South America – Amazonian Sea
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Sketch Map of the Pacific Ocean
Courtesy of Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT


Images Surface from Mu Lecture part 2
Images Surface from Mu Lecture part 3