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Posted 24th of October
There are many versions of the same story throughout history. A great flood. A world wiped away. A handful of survivors reach land and rebuild. But for those who know the Truth, as I’m sure you can guess by now, the flood myth is no myth.The first great civilization of humanity, the Mu, is the source of this mythology that has permeated the world. But who were the Mu? What, if anything, survives of their culture? This is a difficult question to answer, since so many charlatans and quacks have taken up the cause of Mu that this most ancient of the 12 Lines is often dismissed. But the Truth persists, and I can tell you a few things about the Mu with absolute certainty.
For tens of thousands of years, the Mu were the pinnacle of human evolution. Peaceful, and free, the Mu built cities across their vast continent. At the heart of each city sat a great pyramid, and at the center of each pyramid was a white room. Inside this room, the great priests of Mu delved into the secrets of the universe. They were just, they were wise, and they preached a philosophy of love.
Then, around 10,000 BC, something happened. An Event so catastrophic that it wiped nearly every bit of evidence of this great people off the face of the planet. Scientists have spent an enormous amount of energy trying to prove they didn’t exist. Well, they did. And as with all of the Lines, the how and why of their demise is just as important as who they were in the first place.
Regardless, as we will learn in depth: If they had survived, unbroken, this would be a very different world. But the story of their death will make it clear why that never could have happened.