The people of Mu, as it was recorded, had conquered nearly all points of the Pacific. Only the shores of the mythic Skull Lands were said to be barred from them. But even they were not invincible, and now their mere existence was nearly forgotten by the world, gone to the earth. Victims of their own pride and carelessness. Now knowledge on the grandeur of their existence, their culture, their conquests are dwarfed by the consequences of their catastrophic demise. Their lands reclaimed by the monsters they once saw themselves above.
It remains to be seen if we may learn from what the past has taught us and be spared the same fate."
- Excerpt from notes of Monarch consultant Steven Martin, "Before the Gods" (1985)
Some joe named Churchward write at length about alleged idols and artifacts relat8ng to Mu and its satellite colonies - Mayapan, Atlantis, even the Uighur empire, all wildly exaggerated in age.
He also wrote about alleged geological processes on moumtain building and a link bet that and volcanoes
I was deceived for a time, but now ...
He;d have you think that every brick symbolized Mu