DURING my early studies of the prehistoric past South America puzzled me more than any other spot on earth.


There it stood a vast continent of land next door to the Motherland, so to speak, yet not yielding a word about the Earth's First Great Civilization although adjoining lands, Central and North America, were full of records. To think that South America contained no such records seemed to me to be inconceivable, especially when we find both Oriental records and South Sea Island legends telling us that the children of the Motherland sailed all over the world in their ships.


If all over the world, South America being next door, then South America must certainly have been included and remains of the Earth's First Great Civilization had to be found there somewhere. But there she stood with me like a piece of a jig-saw puzzle that did not fit into my checker board of Man's First Great Civilization.


I was thrown off the scent by accepting the scientific reports about the Incas, which when gone into proved perfectly erroneous - the theories of untrained archaeologists.

South America showing the ancient Amazon Sea and canals connecting it with the Pacific Ocean from a tablet 25,000 years old in one of the western monasteries of Tibet.

During my last trip through Tibet, at one of the western monasteries I found some large tablets which on examination proved to contain maps of various parts of the earth. Among these maps was one which I recognized as South America. Its date was marked by the positions of certain stars in certain constellations. Astronomers tell me it was twenty-five thousand years ago that these stars were in the positions given.


This map gave me a clue to many things I had previously failed to understand. South America, although unquestionably one of the richest archaeological fields on earth, has yet to have the first archaeological sod turned on it.

Twenty-five thousand years ago, according to this map, two great streams of colonists were crossing the center of South America in boats; not flying boats, but honest-to-goodness, sit-tight-on-the-water boats; boats propelled with sail and sweep. They were going from the Motherland in the Pacific Ocean to Atlantis and points beyond, even through the Mediterranean Sea as far as Asia Minor.

No scientist or archaeologist appears to have connected South America with an ancient civilization, yet a great civilization existed there before the Motherland was submerged; and tens of thousands of years before those pesky, old monkey men of Europe scattered their bones around very promiscuously to baffle and mystify future scientists.

Before going into the ancient, I shall reverse the regular order of things and review what has been written about the ancient history of South America. The most prominent of these writings are about the Incas of Peru.


Let us see what has been said about them because, instead of being ancient, they are only of yesterday.



Peru is celebrated for her Inca civilization. The Incas were not a prehistoric people, nor can they even be classed as an ancient people.


The name Inca was taken from the name of their king or ruler who was called "The Inca." Previous to their election of a king, they were a mixed people. Among them were Quiches from Central America who emigrated to Peru from Guatemala and settled with the people who were occupying the land, who were called Aymaras.


The influx of the Quiches into Peru was of a friendly character, just as Europeans come to the United States today and settle down among us. The Inca Empire was not prehistoric, nor can it in any way be claimed as such. It was formed by a highly civilized people who had been shut in and unknown to the outer world up to four hundred years ago when they were discovered by the Spaniards through whom this great civilization was wiped out.


The Inca Empire commenced between A.D. 900 and A.D. 1000 and ended with the Spanish conquest A. D. 1532, so that it lasted only about 500 years.

The Inca Dynasty was composed of thirteen Emperors or Incas. The name of the first and founder was Manco Capac. Traditions say he married his sister which was the law so as to preserve untainted the royal blood. As is so well known, this practice also prevailed in ancient Egypt and Mayax. The birth of Manco Capac is surrounded with various myths. One tradition or myth says he was born of the Sun.


This myth intimates that the celestial orb had quite a large and interesting family in Peru. Another myth states that his mother was an unmarried woman of high family. Finding herself with child, she went and lived on one of the islands of Lake Titicaca to hide her shame until her son had reached manhood. She then came ashore with him and presented him to the people as being of divine conception, sent to be their King.


The people believed her tale and elected him Inca.

There is an unpublished Peruvian manuscript in the British Museum, London, written in the beginning of the year A. D. 1631 by a Jesuit priest named Anello Alivo, which states that the ancestors of Manco Capac who founded the Inca Dynasty were colonists from Central America called Quiches. The native language of Peru today is called Quichua from the Quiche branch of the Mayas.

Manco Capac was evidently a descendant of one of the royal family of the Motherland, The Empire of the Sun, for when he ascended the throne he assumed the colonial empire title "Son of the Sun." Out of this came the myth that the celestial orb was his paternal parent.

The Quiche colonists from Central America found the civilization of the Aymaras (the people who owned the country and with whom they settled) so much higher and advanced than their own that they adopted it but retained their own language, so that the great civilization of the Incas was not Quiche but that of the Aymaras. Some writers have stated that the Incas invaded and took Peru.


Where they obtained this idea I cannot imagine. Both traditions and written documents state that it was a friendly colonizing similar to the European settlement of our country. Again, there were no Incas until Manco Capac was crowned; before that it was the Aymaras and Quiches.


When Manco Capac was crowned and called Inca both the Aymaras and Quiches adopted the name of Inca in honor of their new ruler.

The fascinating part of Peruvian history, however, is not the tale of the Incas or the Aymaras but of those who preceded them. Sixteen thousand years or more ago Peru enjoyed a civilization as prominent as the civilization of Yucatan - this was about the time Egyptian history commenced. There was an ancient, now prehistoric, city in Peru the ruins of which are now called Tiahuanaco on the shores of Lake Titicaca, now 13,500 feet above the level of the Pacific Ocean.


This city when built was on a plain but a few feet above the level of the ocean. Since then the Andes Mountains have been raised and the city was carried up with them. There is a remarkable monolith covered with symbolical figures and writing at Tiahuanaco which I deciphered and translated in The Lost Continent of Mu. The characters are all what is called Maya. It shows when it was built.


That it was constructed at or near sea level is shown by various marine shells in the neighborhood.

The mention of this civilization and this city is made in an Oriental tablet with an accompanying map which I have succeeded in getting a tracing of. It will be given hereafter.

When the Spaniards conquered Peru they asked the natives who built the great structures of Tiahuanaco. The answer they gave was: "They were built before the sun shone in the heavens," which means before the country became a colonial empire.


The same expression is used by Valmiki, the Hindu sage-historian; regarding the Naga Empire, he says:

"Before the sun had risen above the horizon."

That the structures around Lake Titicaca were built before the mountains were raised is not my opinion alone, for E.B. Enock, the great South American geologist, evidently has arrived at the same conclusion as is shown in his book on Peru.


If we can judge by what occurred in other parts of the world where mountains were raised, it is reasonable to assume that when the Andes went up nearly all of the people of Peru were wiped out with a few survivors here and there. Probably these survivors escaped to somewhere among the headwaters of the Amazon and there fell into savagery, so that there is quite a possibility that some of the savages who now occupy the headwaters of the Amazon are the descendants of the builders of Tiahuanaco.

When Charles Darwin was in Peru, 1835, he met at Lima a Mr. Gill, a civil engineer, who advanced the theory that the sterility of the country around the ruins on the shores of Lake Titicaca was due to the artificial water courses (canals) which he said were made by the Incas having drawn off the surface water.


The Incas did not build these water courses or canals; they were built 16,000 to 18,000 years before the time of the Incas. They were ruins when the Aymaras first came to Peru, which was long before they became Incas. The present condition of these canals confirms the fact that they were built before the mountains were raised and when Peru was a low, flat country.


Instead of denuding the country of water, these canals were waterways for ships to pass through.

The map referred to above is said to be about 20,000 years old - there is no date on it, however. It shows for the first time the canals referred to which connect the Pacific Ocean to an inland sea which occupied the whole of what is now the Amazon Swamp. On its eastern end a strait is shown, leading out into the Atlantic Ocean.


Tiahuanaco is shown close to the canal. Other cities are shown on the map including Manoa, the Golden City of legend.

The Peruvians practiced ceremonies that have been considered Oriental only and had caused much speculation among scientists. These can be traced as coming through two sources: first, from the Motherland, Mu; second, through their Spanish conquerors. The Spaniards who invaded and conquered South America came from the south of Spain where everything partook of a Moorish atmosphere and they themselves were half Moors in all of their conceptions.


The present-day Peruvians retain many of the ancient customs. Before drinking from a vessel, a few drops of the liquid are poured on the earth, and before eating anything solid a few crumbs are scattered on the ground as they repeat; "to Pacha-Mama," thus acknowledging to Mother Earth that all that sustains life comes from her. Here we have a shadow of the Motherland.


Mama is a word direct from the mother tongue. Mu means Ma and Ma or Mama means earth, depending on where and how used. A Peruvian legend relates that originally there was an empire around Lake Titicaca adjoining the Incas whose people were of another race called Chancas.


They came to Peru about 2000 years ago from the center of South America by way of the Amazon River and one of its branches.

"They were from a country far beyond the forests," a powerful empire whose boundaries were great mountains.

These mountains surrounded the empire. They had a wonderful capital city which they called Manoa (Golden City). It would appear that this Chanca Empire was brought to its end by the Incas conquering and assimilating it.


The full legend appears in notes on Brazil.



When in Central America, I obtained various legends about the Caras leaving Central America and going to the south where they formed settlements on some great rivers. These legends referred to a time more than 16,000 years ago. Let us consult the reports of travelers and explorers in South America.

Leonard V. Dalton in his book "Venezuela" says:

"There are many ancient remains of the Caras in the mountains and forests along the frontier between Venezuela and Colombia.

"Along the Orinoco River and throughout Guiana there are many rock inscriptions representing a very early date of picture writing.

"The Carians still persist in Venezuela. One of their present-day tribes which have come down from the ancient stock is the Godjiros. Each of their villages has its Cacique - headman."

Here is a remarkable coincidence - a number of the Cara words are the same as the Pueblo Indian, intimating that at some ancient date they probably were geographically adjoined either here in America or in the Motherland.


Cacique is a prominent word in the Cara, the Pueblo and other Indian tribes. There is a race named Guaharibo living in the most inaccessible parts of the forests of southern Venezuela that has many of the characteristics of the lost tribe of Central America, those with the misshapen heads.


These people are reported to be fierce and unapproachable, the worst savages of Venezuela.



When the first settlement was made by man in Brazil, the whole of the Amazon basin was an inland sea, a duplication of the Mediterranean.


There were no mountains between the Amazon and the Pacific Ocean. The Amazon basin only became a swamp after the great island of Atlantis was submerged. To fill up the immense hole in the Atlantic Ocean caused by the sinking of Atlantis, all surrounding waters were drawn in until a level was found. Where the waters were shallow the water was drawn off and the land emerged.


The waters of the Amazon Sea were shallow, the waters were drawn off to such an extent that only a huge swamp remained where once the Amazon Sea had existed. Into the great inland Amazon Sea, many rivers flowed which are now the arms and feeders of the great Amazon River.

The Caras from Central America made one of their settlements in South America on one of the southern rivers running into the Amazon Sea.


A present-day Guatemalan tradition as related to me says:

"A company of Caras left Central America from the shores of the Caribbean Sea and sailed south to a great river. They found a fair land and settled on it and became a great nation. They built a great city around fairy-like lakes and erected golden temples and the name of the city was Manoa."

This refers to a time more than 16,000 years ago.


Some time since Colonel Fawcett discovered in the center of Brazil, 1500 miles inland, between the headwaters of the Rivers Huigu and Tapajos, an ancient city. This part of Brazil is an immensely large unexplored region. The Rivers Huigu and Tapajos are the two principal southern branches of the Amazon. A few years ago Colonel Fawcett brought out a small statue across the breast of which was written an inscription. I saw it only for a few seconds.


The inscription, however, was easy to read as it was Cara Maya and not over 2000 years old. I think Fawcett must have run across the ruins of Manoa. Two of my friends who have been exploring this very region returned a short time ago. They found many remains, also the remains of the ancient bridge called Tia Chanca.


They tell me that about 500 to 600 feet remain intact. The roadway is 300 feet above the ground.

The Peruvian Legend

"The Chancas came to Peru from the central part of South America from a mighty empire hidden within a ring of mountains whose capital city was called Manoa - The City of Gold.

"The King of this empire had two sons and when the king died both sons claimed the throne. Civil war resulted, first one brother gained the advantage, then the tide turned and the other brother had the advantage. At last the younger brother drove the elder with all that was left of his followers and their families into the forests. There the conquered people built boats and descended the river that runs through the forests. At its mouth they turned and went up on the big river. After many hardships, trials and wanderings they arrived at Lake Titicaca, here they settled. They grew and became a great nation and called themselves Chancas."

The Chancas were conquered by the Incas and their country annexed.


The time is given from their arrival at Titicaca to the time they were conquered by the Incas, but as the time is computed by generations and the years of a generation are not given, the length of time in years cannot be given, probably about a thousand years.



Some prehistoric ruins are to be found on the banks of the River Platte, Argentina. Some time since a tablet was found in these ruins with an inscription which was discovered to be an exact duplication of one found in Mongolia, Asia.

Here are three confirmations of the Central American legend. There is no smoke without a fire. There is no legend without a fact behind it.


Find the fact and history will be enriched.



And now, to me, comes the most fascinating part of South American history - the distant past.


Strange as it may appear to us today, the fact remains that in ancient times South America played an important part in peopling the world, for she was the road or passageway that two important lines of colonists took going from the Motherland in easterly directions.


The topography of South America today is totally! different from what it was 20,000 years ago, the time when droves of Carians, or Karians, and Negro colonists were leaving the Motherland to find new homes and more room upon the earth. When this exodus from the Motherland commenced we have not as yet been told, but there are various records of emigration some 35,000 years ago and others 70,000 years ago.


Then South America was like the rest of the world - flat and without mountains - for up to less than 15,000 years back no mountains had been raised to protect man from constant destructions by cataclysms and submersions, nor could there possibly be until after the earth went into Final Magnetic Balance.

What is now the Amazon Valley, which is intended to include the Amazon Swamp and the Amazonian watershed, was then an equally large land-locked Sea like the Mediterranean Sea today.


The Amazonian Sea at its eastern end was connected with the Atlantic Ocean and at its western end with the Pacific Ocean by canals. These canals were intact up to the time the mountains were raised. There was an uninterrupted waterway between the Motherland and Atlantis, West Africa, and even as far as Asia Minor at the eastern end of the Mediterranean. The shore lines of this Amazonian Sea are very distinctly marked today: the northern shores were along the foothills of the Venezuelan highlands; along this shore line are some wonderful white quartz beaches.


The southern shores are along the foothills of the Pan Alto Mountains. The eastern shores are along a mountainous spur that runs into the Pan Alto, and the western shores are along the eastern foothills of the Andes.

My attention was first called to this Amazonian Sea by one of the before-mentioned tablet maps in the monastery in Tibet. I discovered that these maps were dated. Their dates were given by the position of certain stars in certain constellations.

Just beyond the outlet of the strait into the Atlantic Ocean a point of land is shown but no name is given to it. This I presumed to have been Atlantis and have so marked it. Various cities are shown, some with names, some without. One to note especially is situated quite close to the canals. It has no name showing but it stands exactly where the ruins of Tiahuanaco are today. The second city is situated along the southwest shore of the Sea.


It bears a name which reads:

"The Jewel City" or "City of Jewels."

The third city was situated about half way along the southern shore but a little inland and was called "The City of Gold," without doubt the legendary Manoa.


Another one lay far south on the sea coast about, I think, where the River Platte is today. No name is given to it. Still another lay to the north of the Sea. From its position I should think somewhere in Venezuela. There is no name given to this one either. The inscriptions at various spots show that these cities were built by Carians or Karas.

The Carians came direct from the Motherland and formed settlements along the Amazonian Sea. Along the southern shore they eventually became a kingdom. For future reference I will call this the Carian Kingdom although there is much reason to believe that they called themselves Chancas. Whether the canals were formed before the Carian Kingdom was established or afterwards, I have found no records to say.


Either this kingdom or a successor was in existence up to within 1500 years ago.

Apparently as soon as their settlements were firmly established along the shores of the Amazonian Sea these Karas or Carians commenced to extend themselves in an easterly direction. They made settlements along the eastern coasts of South and Central America. Maya records state that they were along the coasts of Central America (Mayax) during the time of Queen Moo.


She lived, according to the Troano MS., 16,000 years ago. The Carians still persist along the Central American States. They are not pure-blooded, however; they have been very much mixed with Negro blood and generally are in a degraded state. The Caribbean Sea was named after the Carians.

They made settlements in Atlantis and from Atlantis made their way through the Mediterranean Sea to its eastern end. There they settled in Asia Minor and on the lower point of the Balkan Peninsula. Here they apparently broke up into semi-independent tribes, taking new names from the names of the territories which they occupied.


One tribe or set called themselves Athenians. From Egypt we learn that one of the Athenian capital cities, ancient Athens, was destroyed by earthquakes and submerged 11,500 years ago, about the same time that Atlantis was submerged. The Egyptians further tell us that ancient Athens was built 17,000 years ago. From the time of the destruction of ancient Athens, we hear nothing of the Carians in history until about 1104 B.C. (The First Olympiad.) Their descendants are now known as the Greeks.


Some of their old philosophers boasted of their Carian descent. Herodotus claimed to be a Carian.

Having followed the Carians to the end of their line I will return to South America and see if there are any remains to corroborate the foregoing. On the top of the Andes Mountains, 13,500 feet above the level of the Pacific Ocean on the shores of Lake Titicaca, are the ruins of a prehistoric city called Tiahuanaco. This is at the exact spot shown on the Tibetian map.


Among the ruins of this city there is a wonderful monolith called by archaeologists,

"one of the archaeological wonders of the world."

It is completely covered with inscriptions, most of which are Cara-Maya. The stone, as I have shown by its deciphering and reading in the companion book to this, The Lost Continent of Mu, is about 16,000 years old.

Near the ruins of this city are remains of ancient stone-lined canals, thus again corroborating the Tibetian map. These canals have been the wonder of all who have seen them and much speculation has been indulged in as to who built them and for what purpose. They are now very much out of alignment and broken up. They are up and down like the swells of the ocean.

At many spots west of the ruins of the city and canals one comes across many sea shells, showing that much of the land west of the city was emerged when the mountains went up. It also proves that once both city and canals were at sea level.

The remains of the ancient city of Manoa are known but have never been explored as far as I know.

In the Matto Grosso district, which was a part of the Carian Empire, there is a river, the name of which is spelt Xingu but pronounced Shingu. This pronunciation appears to me as a shadow of the Motherland. In the alphabet of Mu there was a glyph very much like our letter X.


It was formed by crossing the hieratic letter N (Fig. 1.) of the Motherland's alphabet (Fig. 2.).


This was a diphthong pronounced Sh. In the present-day Hindu language, all words commencing with Si are pronounced She. As an example Siva is pronounced Sheva, The brown-skinned savages who occupy this region (the Matto Grosso) today call all whites Caraibas. This certainly comes out of Carib, showing that these savages know the color of the men who occupied the land before them.

The end of the South American Carian Empire was similar to many other ancient empires.


Civil wars so reduced and weakened the people and country that they became a tempting morsel and an easy prey to the surrounding warlike tribes. The men were wiped out by their enemies and the fairest of the women only were let to live and these became the slaves of their conquerors. In Peru I came across an old Chanca legend.


The legend says:

"The Chancas did not always live around Lake Titicaca. They came from a far-off country in the center of the land (Brazil). They came from a great nation surrounded by mountains. They had a wonderful capital city built on the shores of a beautiful lake. The name of the city was Manoa, the Golden. The King died and left two sons.


Each claimed the throne of his father and civil war ensued which lasted many years. Fortune first favored one brother, then the other, and so it went on until both the people and the country became exhausted. When at this low ebb, by a piece of treachery, the younger brother gained a decisive victory. He drove his elder brother with all his adherents and families into the forests and cleared the land of them. In the forests the elder brother and his followers built boats and sailed down the stream until they came to the big river.


Then they went up the big river as far as boats could be taken. Then they landed and after many wanderings, hardships and trials arrived at the shores of Lake Titicaca. Here they settled and appointed their leader, the defeated brother, their King. Here they called themselves Chancas, grew, multiplied and became great."

According to this legend the great war between the two brothers was fought "thirty generations ago." How many years constituted a generation is not said, and the generations have to be counted back from about A. D. 1500.

There are many legends in Central America about the Carians and Manoa, their Golden City, and their final destruction. They are, however, so hazy that it would be futile to repeat them.



It appears to me that to complete the tale about the Carians, I shall have to include that mysterious little speck of land, Easter Island, which stands all by its lonesome out in the middle of the great Pacific Ocean and which apparently was so intimately connected with the Carians in the infinite days that are past.


The history, such as it is, of Easter Island is given in The Lost Continent of Mu. I reserved the following for this work as it appears to me to be a shadow of a connecting link between the Easter Island statuary, the puzzle of the scientific world since the discovery of the island, and the Carians. A little colored boy asked another little colored boy, who was eating a slice of watermelon, to leave a piece of the rind for him.


The boy eating answered:

"Dere ain't goin' to be no rind."

This section is on Easter Island, but like the boy eating the watermelon, I will say:

"Dere ain't going to be no ancient Easter Island" because at the time I am about to refer to there was no Easter Island.

What is now Easter Island was then a part of the great continent of Mu, man's Motherland.

By all who have made a study of the Easter Islanders and the statuary found on the island, the consensus of opinion is that the present inhabitants are not the descendants of the people who carved the images but are inferior to them. This leaves an open and an interesting question.


Who were the people who carved the Easter Island images? And what has become of them?

Hitherto no one has attempted to answer these questions. Upon what I have found in Oriental records and remains on Easter Island and Asia Minor, I am about to offer a suggestion for some enterprising archaeologist to follow up.


First let us marshal what facts there are and lay them out in order and see to whom they point. The Tibetian ancient tablet map shows that in ancient times there were no mountains and that which is now the Amazon River Valley was then a land-locked Sea. The canals referred to in South America lie directly opposite to Easter Island, then Easter point and port.


A tribe of colonists left the Motherland from Port Easter and migrated east as far as Asia Minor. They were called sometimes Karas, sometimes Carians. Their remains and records are to be traced from the western shores of South America, through the Amazonian Sea, on to, and including, Asia Minor. The southeastern parts of the Motherland was the Carian country.


This would have included what is now Easter Island.

In the quarry at Easter Island, there is today an unfinished statue 70 feet long. It is being carved in a pit formed in the side of a cliff. From Easter Island let us go to Baalbek in Asia Minor. Here at Baalbek we find a stone 1200 tons in weight ready to be taken to the building for which it was intended.


The method of quarrying these stones is peculiar to these two stones only, as far as I know, and I might say most unusual; for instead of being brought out in the rough and tooled in the open they are cut, carved and finished in horizontal positions lying in pits out of which they have to be lifted. How did the ancients lift a 70 foot monolith out of a pit? And how did they lift a 1200 ton stone out of a pit and transport it to the top of a hill and there set it up?


These are questions for our mechanical engineers to answer, it's beyond me.

As shown, the original homes of the Carians were in the section where Easter Island now stands. The early people in Asia Minor were Carians. As the two stones mentioned are being quarried in the same identical and unusual manner, it suggests that the people who were quarrying the stones were the same. It may be argued that the Easter Island work is crude and the Baalbek-work par excellence and not to be surpassed today.


This is true, but some thousands of years transpired between the two carvings. The Easter Island statuary was carved before the mountains were raised, and the Baalbek work was done after the mountains were raised.

It has always been an interesting question to be answered : what became of the people who carved the Easter Island statuary? We can only judge by what we find on the Island today. We find unfinished work which means a sudden stoppage of the work, that was not resumed. This indicates a destruction of some sort. One of the Easter Island tablets says that the Island was once a part of a big continent.


The thought impinges itself on me that possibly during the destruction of Mu, when the land was being torn to pieces by earthquakes, great cataclysmic waves rolled in over Easter Island and drowned all the inhabitants.



Two of the most puzzling questions I've had to solve to be the slightest bit satisfied with my work was to tell how Negroes got to Atlantis and how Negroes got to Africa.


Two facts had to be faced: Fact One, all the earth was peopled from Mu, the Motherland. Fact Two, the home of the Negro in the Motherland was at the southwest corner of Mu which is now represented by various clusters of islands called Melanesia and here today are Negroes, descendants of those who were saved when Mu was engulfed. The Tibetian tablet map answers the questions, the inhabitants of the Melanesian Islands prove it.


We must first differentiate between the two typical black-skinned races of Africa.

  • First: the black-skinned, Grecian-featured, straight-haired Ethiopian. He is not a Negro, he is a Tamil who first settled in the lower part of India which he called Dravida. He came from the Motherland to India via the Malay Islands and then from India came to East Africa.


    He called his settlements in East Africa Ethiopia, and he himself became known as the Ethiopian.


    There are Hindu records stating that "companies of Tamils from Southern India migrated from India to a great land in the west. There settled and became a great nation."

  • Second: the black-skinned, kinky-haired, flat-nosed, thick-lipped, coarse-featured Negro pure. The original home of the Negro where he was given his black skin and developed his coarse features was in the southwest corner of Mu.


    The Bismarck Islands, the Solomon Islands, the New Hebrides and intermediate islands are his home today. Here his descendants are pure Negroes and the worst savages among the islands of the Pacific Ocean.

One of the characteristics of the children of the Motherland was that, when they emigrated or went on long journeys, they invariably selected all water routes.


As will be seen by the accompanying map, there was a clear unimpeded all-water route from the Motherland to Africa and Asia Minor by way of the Amazonian Sea. The Negroes and Negroids coming from the southwest corner of Mu would skirt the coast until they came to Easter Island Point. From there they would cross over to the American canals, then through the Amazonian Sea to the Atlantic Ocean.


On arriving at the Atlantic they would make for the lower point of Atlantis. From this point they could go directly east and strike the shores of Africa a little north of Nigeria; or they could follow the coast line of Atlantis as far north as the Canary Islands where they would be only 70 miles from the African coast

In 1878 when in the Caroline Islands, the natives told me that,

"the people who occupied these islands when the islands were not islands but a great land, had very large boats in which they sailed all over the world and were sometimes gone for more than a year before they returned."

Valmiki, the Hindu sage-historian, writing from ancient temple records, said:

"that the children of the Motherland were mighty navigators who took their ships from the eastern to the western oceans and from the southern to the northern seas in days so remote that India was only a colony and had not yet become an Empire."

It was more than 30,000 years ago that India was turned from a colony into a colonial empire.

The South Sea Islanders in their native craft today often make thousand mile trips.

As is shown by various documents, Atlantis had a colored population in the south. I have never come across any documents showing that any Negroes were known in Central and North America. Being in Atlantis and none being in Central and North America, the question was: how did they get into Atlantis?


Subsequently the Tibetian map answered the question - they came through the Amazonian Sea, therefore, never touched Central or North America.

In Africa the Negroes and Negroids spread themselves out, multiplied and prospered up to the time the mountains were raised - then they suffered.


The Zulus have a tradition that,

"they did not always live in South Africa. They only came to South Africa from their home in the north when nearly all the people were destroyed by the raising of the mountains. A company escaped with their lives and came to South Africa. These were the forefathers of the Zulu Nation."



To make the record complete this question should be answered.


The answer is: because the water was drawn out of it by the lowering of the level of the Atlantic Ocean. This necessitates the answering of another question: why was the level of the Atlantic Ocean lowered?


Answer: Atlantis was submerged; this made a great hole in the Atlantic Ocean, thousands of miles from east to west and thousands of miles from north to south and thousands of feet deep.


To fill up this hole and level off the waters again, the water had to flow in from all sides. So much was drawn in that it resulted in lowering the level of the ocean hundreds of feet. The lowering of the level of the Atlantic Ocean drained out the Amazonian Sea, the Mississippi Valley and the St. Lawrence Valley.


It emerged Florida and extended the coast lines on both sides of the Atlantic, and a few other interesting little things that have escaped the notice of geologists.

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