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"In our journey westward across the Atlantic we shall pass in sight of that spot where once existed the pride and life of the ocean, the Land of Mu, which, at the epoch that we have been considering, had not yet been visited by the wrath of Homen, that lord of volcanic fires to whose fury it afterward fell a victim. The description of that land given to Solon by Sonchis, priest at Sais; its destruction by earthquakes, and submergence, recorded by Plato in his Timaeus, have been told and retold so many times that it is useless to encumber these pages with a repetition of it".
--Augustus Le Plongeon


Le Plongeon, a 19th scientist, believed he'd stumbled upon a record of a lost continent from which the Maya traveled from. Egypt was supposedly settled by other survivors from the "recorded" catastrophe. Disappointingly, the "discovery" was all based on faulty translation, and Mu, Lemuria, and Atlantis continue to exist only in the realm of fantasy (and Photoshop).

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Abashi76's avatar
Never mind, i see your username Mu

I have an ultimately offended problem, i like this image
BrittBrattStudios's avatar
false again proofs have been found of all 3 in this time that they did actually exist
Abashi76's avatar
Are you still here? What they are you talking about? We can go to outerspace, and we never found either Lemuria or Mu. I support it to exist, but the real world is hell, there is no good reason to support it.  If they existed, Mu people would not be as liberal as Lemurians.
JacksonDaniell's avatar
wow this is so cool
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hewsan's avatar
Could be...
They exist, but have yet to be rediscovered...

Though in an age of satellites, the likelihood does become ever more remote.
But then Troy was found and excavated... hmmm....
Twilight-Aura's avatar
I would love it if they were able to find one of the lost continents. The historical implications alone would be staggering. Even though the odds of finding it become less and less with each new advancement in exploration, there are still too many anomalies to be brushed off. Documented pyramids buried for a century in the Egyptian sands. Evidence of food from China found in South America. The dozens of catastrophic flood myths from every corner of the world.

I know the ancient world was connected in some way, but if that's due to some great lost empire or simple exploration, I don't know.
hewsan's avatar
Even if never found... things like this are valuable to fuel the imagination. And the adventurers, something left to seek.

And as you point out, sometimes, what doesn't seem likely to the majority, is in fact - truth.
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