Readers of the blog may remember previous postings about the Amazonian Sea and the supposed migration of ‘Negros’ and ‘Negroid’ people from Mu to Atlantis and on to Africa. In summary, James wrote the ‘Negroes’ transited the Amazonian Sea (never settling in the Americas) to land in Atlantis and then finally journeying on to Africa.
Colorized map seen by Churchward in Tibetan monastery – with closeup on Amazonian Sea
Curiously, he wrote in the Children of Mu (page 101):
As is shown by various documents, Atlantis had a colored population in the south…
From “Children of Mu” page 99
I have never able to find these documents speaking of Atlantis having a ‘colored population in the south,’ until now.
In his recent posting, entitled,”The 1911 Controversy Over Whether a “White” Atlantis Civilized Black Africans,” Jason Colavito visited the work of Dr. Leo Frobenius, a German ethnologist who related his theories of ‘Atlantis in Africa.’ While not calling for the genocide of Africa’s population as others had during his day, he still firmly believed in the inferiority of the inhabitants and the superiority of his own (white) race. There are links to Frobenius’ works and media coverage in the linked article.
From “Children of Mu” page 81
While Frobenius’ theories do not explicitly backup James Churchward’s assertion, it is close enough to be one of the documents he cites to state his migration theory.
This week another sighting of the ‘Mu Stones’ was discovered on social media.
The so-called ‘Mu Stones’ were discovered by William Niven in the Valley of Mexico in the 1910s. They are an unique collection of carved rocks in all sizes, shapes, and consistencies. One person offering to translate the ‘tablets’ was my great-grandfather, James Churchward. In James’ 1926, Lost Continent of Mu Motherland of Men, there was an entire chapter on Niven’s Ancient Buried cities (plagiarized from the newspaper,) images of three tablets and one was interpreted, in the 1931 Lost Continent of Mu (a basic re-write of the 1926 book,) there were at least 69 images shown and translated from the Naacal symbols James had seen in India. The 1931 Children of Mu showed Niven as one of his ‘three best friends.’
I have yet to look through my notes to ascertain the corresponding number, any suggestions as to the meaning or identification of the symbols is welcomed.
The owner’s name remains private.