The definition of hyperdiffusionism in archaeology as provided by wikipedia is:
Hyperdiffusionism is a hypothesis stating that one civilization or people is the creator of all logical and great things, which are then diffused to less civilized nations.
Does this really apply to Mu?
According to the writings of James Churchward, Mu was the ‘Garden of Eden,’ the ‘Motherland of Man’ and the well-spring of civilization and culture. An egalitarian society in theory (although white people were in charge) everyone was adequately fed, sheltered and educated with equal rights.
If everyone came from Mu (i.e., the ‘Garden of Eden’,) then there should have been no ‘less civilized nations’…
On the other hand, James also attributes the collapse of the white civilization in central America and Mexico to the Mongols. If so, then James’ narrative has an inconsistency. Also, maybe the opposite of hyperdiffusion would be the case since the ‘less civilized nation’ takes out the ‘advanced’ civilization.
In any case, whenever you hear that some advanced people came and provided culture, technology and a higher civilization to another people, look a little closer. Supposedly, the advanced ‘Moundbuilders’ created all the mounds scattered across the US until the ‘savages’ drove them away, but today we know the Native Americans built the mounds, not some foreign people. The same is true for central America and Mexico, the Maya still live there today and they built the monuments, not some superior white folks.