When Mu, the Motherland, became overcrowded, or, among her great navigators, some ambitious and enterprising company found new and available lands, a colonial development was started.


These emigrant children of Mu were called Mayas. All who left the Motherland in any direction were called Mayas. Colonization must have started at least 70,000 years before Mu sank, for there are Naacal writings in the Orient stating that the Holy Brothers carried the religion and the sciences of the Motherland to the colonies "over 70,000 years ago."


One of these colonies was said to "have a population of 35,000,000 people."

From the remains of man of great antiquity found in all parts of the earth, and of which in many cases a fragmentary history is given in the form of symbolic writings, tableaux, tablets and in ancient documents, I am enabled to plot out the courses or lines taken by the colonists from the Motherland.


From these remains it is very clearly shown that two main directions of colonization were followed, with many branches from the main lines, and many independent short lines. The two main directions were east and west from Mu. I have found no records showing which of these directions was first commenced, or the approximate date when Mu's first colony was established.


The date of only one colony is to be found so far, the Maya Colony on the Nile Delta in Egypt, which was set-tied about 16,000 years ago. Records point to the possibility that the first colonies on each of the main lines were started at about the same time. We know definitely, however, where the first colonies were started. In an easterly direction settlements were made on what are now the West Coasts of North and Central America. Westerly colonization first took place on the Eastern Coast of Asia.


A symbol was assigned for the colonies: the sun rising on the horizon without rays. (Fig. 1.)


When a colony had advanced far enough to govern itself under the suzerainty of the Motherland it was turned into a Colonial Empire, and a ruler appointed. Its symbol was the sun with rays rising on the horizon. (Fig. 2.)



The ruler had the title "Son of the Sun" bestowed upon him by the Motherland, which meant that he was a subject or son of Mu, "The Empire of the Sun."


The accompanying map will show the lines taken by the various colonists from Mu in an easterly direction.

There were probably two principal or main lines. One of these has left behind it a blazed trail in the form of many records. It ran from Mu to Yucatan and Central America. From there to Atlantis and from Atlantis through the Mediterranean Sea and Asia Minor, and through the Dardanelles to the southeast corner of the Black Sea.


From the west coast of America a branch ran down the west coast of South America, traceable as far as Chile. From the east coast of Central America a branch ran down the east coast of South America, traceable as far as Argentina. Another branch ran to the north and east, ending in Scandinavian Europe. From Atlantis branches ran to southwestern Europe and northwestern Africa. Along the Mediterranean, branches were thrown out north and south.


The last of these Mediterranean colonies was the Nile Delta, Lower Egypt.

This line I have called the Eastern North Main Line. The other Eastern Main Line has no records, only evidences and an ancient map. It started from the southwest of the Motherland to South America. From the west coast of South America it passed through canals to the Amazon Sea, now the Amazon Swamp. After passing through the Amazon Sea, it crossed to East Africa with probable calls along the southern shores of Atlantis for supplies. The colonists of this line were the black races, the Negroes and Negroids.


They still have distant cousins in the Pacific occupying Melanesia (the southwestern Pacific Islands). In addition to the black line there was a white race known as the Caras or Carians who are the Greeks today.

There were three other very important Eastern Lines from Mu that went no farther than America: First, to about Nevada. Second, the Mexico Valley. Third, to Peru. The canals mentioned above are still in existence but in a broken, wrecked condition.


They are found on the top of the Andes Mountains near Lake Titicaca.


I have drawn a free-hand conventional map of North and Central America showing approximately where remains of prehistoric civilizations have been found.


Single circles show one civilization only; two circles where two have been found, and three circles where three or more civilizations can be seen. Remains of extremely ancient people are found from Alaska to Cape Horn.


One prominent fact stands out boldly:

no very remote remains of man are found close to the shore line.

This I will take up later.

Remains of three or four civilizations are found in our western states.


All but one are shown to have been destroyed by cataclysms and the remaining one was destroyed by the raising of our western mountain ranges. Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Mexico and Central America afford the archaeologist of today one of the most prolific fields to work in.


Nowhere else on earth is there such an abundance of varying material for him to study. Not only this, but some of the oldest records of man are to be found among this archaeological wealth, dating far back into the Tertiary Era with some few cases probably extending back as far as the Miocene Period. These remains are hoary with age.


There they stand awaiting intelligent, sympathetic, believing students who will listen to their tales and truthfully recount what is told.


The student must read the writings on their wrinkled and weathered faces and interpret them intelligently. They are too old and venerable to be bluffed into giving up their secrets. The student must come to them with an open mind, capable of receiving what they tell him. He must come to them knowing their language and their alphabet.


The evidences which tell of these civilizations vary from flint arrow and spear heads to exquisite pottery, jewelry and paintings, even to great cities built of concrete and stone.


The Quetzals, who were the first people to occupy any part of North or Central America, have left nothing but traditions behind them, unless some of the oldest remains of man which have been found belong to the Quetzals without our knowing it, which is quite possible.


In the Lost Continent of Mu, I gave a few out of the many legends about the Quetzals to which an additional note is added here.

Back in the 90's during my trip to Central America, I obtained from Indians the information that far back in the dense forests of Honduras and Guatemala there still existed villages of blond white Indians. One of these Indians claimed to have lived for several weeks in one of their villages. He obtained from them the most authentic account of the Quetzals that I have heard.


Their language is Maya and they claim that they are the descendants of those who fled to the forests when their King Quetzal was conquered and overthrown.


Very few writers on Yucatan have said anything about the Pygmies.


Yet they must have been an important little people judging by what they have left behind, for all along the coast line of eastern Yucatan and on many of the islands lying off the coast are to be seen their houses and little temples. Among the natives of this region are found many legends about the Pygmies who once lived there, and not so very long ago.

At Niscute, Mexico and elsewhere are to be seen many of their stone remains. Everything about them is dwarfed, the rooms are small and the ceilings low. On the island of Cozumet there is a little temple whose doorway measures only three feet in height and eighteen inches in width. This is a typical doorway.


The question is, are they all extinct in America?


I am told not, for when I was in British Honduras I was informed that hunters and explorers occasionally meet them back in the dark valleys of the mountains. They are about three feet tall with dark complexions and an abundance of very long black hair.


It is said that they speak the Maya tongue fluently.

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