Presented by Kahuna Research group, The Mountaintops of Mu 7-Day Cruise & Conference (aka the Mu Cruise) is a special conference featuring world class speakers and researchers from around the world, including Peru, the United States and Australia. We currently have 12 confirmed experts and speakers as of January 12, 2014. Group members associated with KRG or USOKS will receive exclusive conference updates, first picks on cruise ship rooms, discounts on shore excursions and other events and access to the conference tour itinerary before other attendees.
Prepare to set sail on a seven day, multi-island cruise to take place aboard Norwegian's "Pride of America" cruise ship that sails inter-island throughout Hawaii, the islands formerly known as Mu, and still considered Mu by others. Attend the daily conferences and presentations held aboard the ship in our own private conference room, then as we stop at the ports on Maui, Kauai and the Big Island, go ashore with the group and visit some of the Island's most notable sites, including an active volcano and many sites considered sacred by ancient and modern Hawaiians.
Visit the Mountaintops of Mu page above for more details and to see the current list of speakers.
by Zach Royer
Mu is described as a continent similar to Atlantis, except Mu was also the name of an older civilization, both nearly destroyed by a cataclysmic event at least 10,500 years ago, as was Atlantis. Theoretically, the only remnants left of Mu would be the Hawaii we know today, as well as the islands of Tahiti and Rapanui.
Interestingly enough, the last ice age ended at approximately 10,500 B.C. causing the water level of the world’s oceans to rise by almost 400 feet. If you look at a modern topographical map, you will see that prior to this oceanic rise, the islands of Maui, Moloka’i and Lana’i would have been a single land mass. Not a continent by any means, but still a sizeable chunk of land! So Mu may have in fact been this earlier large land mass.
The Mu people were thought to have been a very peaceful race, highly evolved in the fields of agriculture, astronomy, fishing, navigation, and the fine arts, amongst other disciplines. They had no kings ( Ali'i=king or high chiefly line ) no great war lords, no great armies, and no system of laws. As such, the conquering Tahitians considered these first people as weak and undisciplined, and thereby called them Menehune or Manahune; those of secret or hidden power.
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