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CHAPTER VI SYMBOLS RELATING TO MU THE SACRED LOTUS.–The Lotus has always been looked upon as the most sacred of all sacred flowers–why? Because it was selected as Mu’s floral symbol. Why was it so selected? The Lotus was the first flower to beautify the earth. Being the first flower and Mu the land where man first appeared on earth, Mu and the Lotus were naturally symbolic synonyms. As a mark of love and mourning, the Egyptians, after the destruction of Mu, never depicted the lotus as an open, living flower but always as closed and dead. The lotus is a Continue Reading

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p. 118 CHAPTER V SYMBOLS USED IN RELIGIOUS TEACHINGS THE symbols which were used in the religious teachings of early man are popularly known as the Sacred Symbols. When symbols were first used it was to concentrate man’s mind on the Infinite One, so that by keeping his eyes on the symbol no outside sights or sounds might call off his attention from the object of worship. Man was most carefully taught that the symbol itself was not to be worshipped; the symbol was only a picture to keep his mind from wandering. He was carefully taught that there was only Continue Reading

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CHAPTER IV THE CREATION VIGNETTES FROM THE SACRED WRITINGS OF MU.– Fig. 1. Fine, straight, horizontal lines. Symbol for Space. Fig. 2. Symbolizing the Seven-headed Serpent as the Deity moving through Space. The surrounding circle is the symbol for the Universe. Fig. 3. Wavy horizontal lines symbolize Earthly Waters. Fig. 4. The Circle. The monotheistic symbol of the Deity. Fig. 5. The Plain Cross. Symbol of the Sacred Four. The Four Great Primary Forces coming direct from the Almighty. Fig. 6. The full Godhead of Five. The Deity and his Four Great Primary and Creative Forces. Fig. 7. Lahun. The dual Continue Reading

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CHAPTER III SYMBOLS OF THE DEITY AND HIS ATTRIBUTES SACRED SYMBOLS.–To make the Sacred Symbols as intelligible as possible to my readers I am dividing them into classes. I shall start with the highest, most Sacred Symbol of all, the Sun as Ra symbolizing the Deity. It is the collective symbol representing the Deity with all His attributes, and the only symbol that does so. Next will be given symbols of His various attributes. Although I have narrated the Tale of the Creation in my first book, The Lost Continent of Mu, I am repeating it in this one for two Continue Reading

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THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU 2

CHAPTER II RELIGIONS Mu‘s RELIGION.–It is fairly well established that all religions have a common origin. Let us see what that source was. The first records of religion are more than 70,000 years old. They tell us that a body of trained masters from Mu, called Naacals, were carrying to her various colonies and colonial empires copies of the Motherland’s Sacred Inspired Religion. These Naacals formed in each country colleges for the teaching of the priestcraft religion, and the sciences. The priesthoods that were formed in these colleges in turn taught the people. There is a very interesting ancient writing about Continue Reading

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THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU 1

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION I wish particularly to point out in the present volume that I am not giving the meanings of symbols in the vestments in which they are now garbed. I am giving their origin and original meanings. Up to the time of Mu‘s submersion all symbols retained their original meanings. From the time of Mu’s destruction I must pass over about 5,000 or 6,000 years. Those were years when seemingly no history was written except a few scraps in India and Egypt. During this time mankind apparently was reviving and repeopling the earth, after its almost total destruction by Continue Reading

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1933: THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU

The First Man, Dual Principle Courtesy of P. K. Kosloff Over 20,000 years old. From the ancient Uighur Capital, beneath Karakhota, Gobi Desert. THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU BY COLONEL JAMES CHURCHWARD AUTHOR OF “THE LOST CONTINENT OF MU” “THE CHILDREN OF MU” ILLUSTRATED IVES WASHBURN; NEW YORK [1933] This book is dedicated to MARJORIE V. LEA HUDSON whose high ideals are the Four Great Virtues as inscribed in the Sacred Inspired Writings of Mu CONTENTS CHAPTER   PAGE I. INTRODUCTION 15 II. RELIGIONS 27 III. SYMBOLS OF THE DEITY AND HIS ATTRIBUTES 56 IV. THE CREATION 87 V. SYMBOLS USED Continue Reading

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