VARIOUS important lines of colonization were followed from Mu in westerly directions. There were two main lines, two secondary ones, and some small independent ones.

The lines about which most is known is the southern main line which ran from Mu to Burma, Burma to India, and from India to Babylonia and Upper Egypt (Nubia), and to the White and Blue Niles. The people who conducted this line were originally known as Nagas. Afterwards they took the names which they gave to their various settlements.

A secondary line ran from Mu to the Malay Islands, from the Malay Islands to Southern India which they called Dravida, from India to Africa. They settled south of Nubia. These people were a black race with finely chiseled features and straight black hair - they were called Tamils.

Without question the most important westerly line from Mu was the northern main line conducted by a people called Uighurs, the forefathers of the Aryan races.


The Uighur Empire was possibly the first, and unquestionably the largest, most important, and most powerful, of all the colonial empires belonging to Mu.

A short independent line was carried out to the Malay Islands by a people known as Quiche Mayas.


The color of the Quiches varies more than that of any other race of man, from a white to a dark brown. They appear to have joined several lines of colonists from the Motherland for they are found in Central America, South America, South Sea Islands and the Malay Islands. The Japanese are one of the branches of the Quiches.

Another line, how important cannot be said, was that of the Mongols who settled in the northern parts of Asia. A secondary line of yellow Mongols made their settlement north of Burma, what is now Cochin China. The Chinese coolies of today are their descendants.

Deductions about anything are likely to be erroneous. In the past, archaeology has consisted largely of deductions and every day one or more of these is refuted by newly discovered records that bring the truth to light.


In archaeology a single discovery is only a link and should be treated as such until the next link is found and attached, and so on until the complete chain is forged. Speculations, as such, are not only admissible but valuable, but deductions stated as facts, emphatically no. These errors are prominent in various archaeological writings.

Hindu ancient written history, legends, records and traditions so clearly dovetail into one another that all questions regarding their accuracy are eliminated. Traditions exist saying that settlements were made in the Malay Islands.


The Karangs in Java, through their religious rites and ceremonies, clearly show that their forefathers came from the Motherland.


This is tradition verified.



Very little is known about Ancient Burma.


Apparently it included the whole of the Malay Peninsula and lands to the north and east, of it. Traditions state that when Ancient Burma existed the southern coast lines were not as they are now, that lands have been both submerged and emerged. Burma was the first stopover place of the Naga line of colonists. Burma is composed of two vocables of the mother tongue and means The New Land.


The Nagas took their name from their symbol for the Creator-Naga, the Seven-headed Serpent.

Valmiki, the ancient Hindu historian, who took his facts from ancient temple records, says:

"The Mayas came from the Motherland, one moon's journey towards the rising sun. They first came to Burma where they became known as Nagas. From Burma they came to the Deccan in India.

"The Naacals, Holy Brothers, teachers of the religion and sciences of the Motherland, left their homes in the Motherland in the East, and first went to Burma and from Burma to India."

The name of the ancient city in the Motherland from which the Nagas sailed was called Hiranypura.


The remains of this city are to be seen to this day on one of the Caroline Islands due east from Burma. The first Naga-Maya settlement in Burma was of an exceedingly ancient date. Tablets in the Himalayan monasteries, relating to the first settlement of Uighurs just north of Burma, state that colonization commenced more than 70,000 years ago.


The first history that we know about Burma commences only a thousand or fifteen hundred years ago, but remains of ancient cities are found in Burma and Valmiki's writings confirm a very ancient date.





Modern Cambodia is a part of Ancient Burma.


The great river Meikong runs through the center of it. Along this river and its branches are a great number of remains of ancient civilizations. Whether any of them belong to the first civilization is still an open question. The bulk of them, however, date back only to about 1400 to 1600 years ago. This is fairly well authenticated by research work and excavations by French archaeologists.


At Angkor are some wonderful remains which are now claiming attention from the world, for while the bulk of them are apparently not of a very ancient date, their magnificence is unsurpassed by any architecture in the world. The French archaeologists, who have been studying these ruins, tell us that there have been three eras in their building.


The last one was subsequent to the 7th Century A.D. The preceding one has been called the Khimer architecture which ended during the 7th Century A.D., and back beyond the Khimer is a third erected by an unknown people. These may be the works of the first civilization. I do not know and cannot say without first examining the ruins and reading the inscriptions on the stones, if there are any.


The carvings on these stones, judged from photographs only, seem traceable to the ancient Maya of Yucatan and Central America. The most notable structure is at Angkor Vat. It was built during the time of the Khimers and finished during the first half of the 7th Century A. D.


It is one of the most wonderful structures in the world and contains 1025 yards of sculpture, with hundreds of thousands of figures.


In Hammerton's Wonders of the Past, Vol. 1, appears an article by Edmund Chandler from which the following extracts are taken:

"Angkor is the scene of ancient ruins in Cambodia. The founders of Angkor have passed away from the face of the earth, leaving no trace. There are no traditions in Modern Cambodia of the builders.

"The riddle of these enigmatic ruins so far as being solved is, if anything, obscured by the contradictory conclusions by French archaeologists, sent out by the French government to study early Cambodian architecture and history.

"The style of architecture has been called Khimer.

"The earliest inhabitants of the country were called Campias whose cult was Serpent worship. Later they were known as Khomen.

"Founereau fixes the Aryan invasion from India in the 5th Century A. D. under Prea Thang who was founder of the Khimer Empire. The Khimer Empire ended A.D. 650."

Chandler says, "leaving no trace." While they have left no trace, nature has.


Again Chandler asserts that they were "Serpent worshipers." They were not as I shall hereafter show.

From the very little I was able to see in Angkor, before a shovelful of dirt was removed from the ruins, there is not a particle of doubt but what the Khimers came to Cambodia from India. Authentic history tells us that some of the Malay Islands were, invaded from India about this date and Cambodia is but next door to one of the greatest known Hindu settlements in the Malays.


I will further quote Chandler:

"Among the carvings are seen Rama and Hanuman fighting with the wildest fury the Rakshas. The ferocity displayed in features and gestures of the Rakshas is very realistic."

This comes from the Hindu epic, Rama and Sita:

"Angkor Thorn, which lies three miles north of Angkor Vat, was the capital of the Khimer Empire. The builders here are of a very much earlier date than Angkor Vat. The city is spread over many miles. One creeps through crumbling galleries, scrambles over fallen pillars, and in the struggle to keep one's feet, finds one's self clasping the knee of an elephant, or the waist of some grotesque goddess."

Conditions at Angkor Thorn do not warrant the dates fixed.


Chandler states that Angkor Thom was the capital of the Khimer Empire and that the buildings are of "very much earlier date" than Angkor Vat. The Khimer Empire lasted only about 200 years. There is no margin here for saying "of very much earlier date."


Chandler's "grotesque goddesses" are sacred symbolical figures telling a tale or recounting history.

"Everywhere lifted above the vegetation you meet the cobra's cowl - the seven-headed Naga, - its fan-shaped hood erect, the genius of Angkor. Sometimes it forms an immense horizontal balustrade supported by squat archers, its head the newel, as it rises lifelike from the center of a tank. Rows of them guard the terraces and causeways of Angkor and figure on the friezes."

The serpent rising out of a tank of water is one of the ancient symbols for Creation.

"Right in the heart of this forest is a shrine only less immense than Angkor. It has 37 towers grouped around a pagoda. Each has four Brahminic faces which embrace the four points of the compass."

This is a symbolic building, the four faces point to the four cardinal points - the Sacred Four ruling and governing the material universe. Details of the carvings on this shrine would enable me to give the whole tale.

"The mystery that veils the origin of the Khimers and the manner of their disposition is as mysterious as the waves of migration that established themselves in the basin of the Meikong."

The origin of the Khimers is clearly and accurately told by the histories of nearby lands. Beyond this Fournereau has clearly established their land of origin as India.

The best and most reliable work I have come across describing Angkor is a work called Angkor the Magnificent written by Helen Churchill Candee.


The details given by Madam Candee are so minutely given as to be of the greatest value to the archaeologist. The book is charmingly written.


I shall take only one quotation from this work:

"It is Naga. It is like nothing else. The form is the result of many centuries and belief, the tangible evidence of past religion and story. It is not the fantastic creation of artist or architect but the symbol of a demi-god. His attributes, his history are matters to dig out of inscriptions."

Madam Candee is quite correct when she says Naga is a symbol, only she has not placed the symbol high enough. It is not intended for a demi-god but for the Great Creator Himself.


An inscription in the temple reads,

"This temple is dedicated to Naga, the seven-headed serpent, who by His will created all things."

A close examination of the carvings on all of the structures at Angkor show them crying out:

"Motherland! Motherland! Mu, the Motherland!"

The royal lotus, the symbolic flower of Mu, is profusely used in the decorative carvings.


The trident, the royal scepter of the Empire of the Sun, is prominent. The head dresses of many of the figures carry the numeral symbol of Mu. All buildings except the last at Angkor Vat face the east, the direction of the loved and revered Motherland. Conventional figures, called by the French archaeologists "lions," appear prominently.


They are in rising positions and all face east. Their mouths are formed by the letter M (see page 34) of Mu's hieratic alphabet. M was the alphabetical symbol of Mu.

Now I will try to show the cause of the sudden disappearance of the Khimers and the destruction of Angkor Thorn.



The manner of the sudden disappearance of the Khimers is more than suggested by consulting the geological phenomena around the fallen structures of Angkor Thorn and along the Meikong Valley.


It is shown everywhere that more than one great cataclysmic wave has rolled up the Valley of the Meikong. This feature has evidently been overlooked by the archaeologists who have worked in, or written about, Angkor. To bring this more than possible cause for the sudden disappearance of the Khimers and the destruction of their edifices more vividly before the eyes of my readers, I have prepared a map showing the volcanic condition in and around Cambodia.

The network of gas belts is shown in various lines on the map.


It will be noticed that there are three belts running from north to south through the country itself. There are two other belts running underneath the oceans, one on each side of Burma. All but the extreme eastern belt connect with a huge belt running under Sumatra, Java and to the east. Today, as it has always been, this is one of the greatest volcanic areas on earth. Japan only surpasses it.


Untold thousands of lives have been lost through volcanic workings and upheavals in this region.

The ancient civilization of Burma was wiped out about 12,000 years ago, during the forging of the various gas belts heretofore mentioned, and the raising of the mountains which run down through this area.


The Khimer civilization was wiped out by a great cataclysmic wave that rolled up the Meikong Valley. The marks of this wave are very prominent at spots and around the bases of the ruins at Angkor Thorn. This wave was undoubtedly caused by a belt block, on the belt which runs from near the mouth of the Meikong to Krakatoa.


The gases could not force the blocking material ahead so had to forge a new section of belt around it. In forging this new section the bottom of the ocean was raised, which displaced the water above.


This displaced water took the usual form, a cataclysmic wave, a part of which rolled up the Meikong Valley and wiped out the Khimers.


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