SACRED SITES AND MILITARY LANDS/ACTIVITIES 2

Missouri The Osage (Matthews 1961) were the dominant Indian nation in Missouri (Figure 4.11) prior to European contact and through astute diplomacy and military prowess were able to maintain themselves as an important influence until statehood. In the southern part of the state some Quapaw and Tunica villages were located and along the western and central areas of the north Otoe and Missouri settlements were numerous. At the extreme northeastern part of the state Sac and Fox peoples claimed lands. During removal of the Five Civilized Tribes and earlier with removals of Indian nations from the Ohio and Indiana areas some sites in this state were used as temporary winter or refurbishing places. The Wyandotte, for example, lived in the Kansas City area for only a short period of time but established a tribal cemetery that is still in existence. The vast majority of potential sacred sites in this […] Read More

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 IN RELIGIOUS TEACHINGS 118 VI. SYMBOLS RELATING TO MU 165 VII. SACRED SYMBOLS CONNECTING NORTH AMERICA TO MU 189 VIII. THE MOUND BUILDERS OF NORTH AMERICA 218 IX. RELIGION IN EGYPT AND INDIA 252 X. THE TWIN SISTERS–RELIGION AND SCIENCE 280 p. ix LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS The first […] Read More