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The Lost Continent of Lemuria  The Strange


According to author James Churchward, Lemuria was about 5,000 miles long and 3,000 miles wide, (Somewhat larger than the United States.) A beautiful tropical paradise like the Garden of Eden. He claimed there were about 64 million people who died in the great cataclysm that caused Lemuria to sink, and that it's destruction dated back over 50,000 years. The Pacific Islands are thought to be the remaining mountain peaks of the lost continent. Precise detailed maps of the lost continent of Lemuria and Atlantis were found on stone tablets from Pre-Inca, Peru, by Dr.Javier Cabrera.

United Nations diplomat Farida Iskoviet came to Maui in 1972 and researched Lemurian ruins and concluded that they were actually Lemurian ruins.

One of the leading authorities on Lemurian research was Sgt. Williard Wannall from Army Intelligence in Oahu. He reported that ruins of a submerged Lemurian city lay between Maui and Oahu. It was a Top Secret project in Naval Intelligence in 1972.

Islands in the Pacific ocean, the Fiji  Islands, Hawaii, Easter Island, and some of the Los Angeles area, are thought to be the last surviving parts of the lost continent of Lemuria. When Lemuria was destroyed its people may have become the Tibetans, the Eskimos, the Mayans and the Native Americans.   




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