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.
But the power that these Mu people did have was of intelligence, practicality, and spirituality. The stories which arose concerning great feats that were accomplished over the course of one night, such as the building of a temple ( heiau ) was because, in reality, the Tahitian overlords demanded that the Mu people, under slavery conditions, complete an undertaking within a very narrow timeframe. If the task was not completed within this set time, all would be slaughtered. But we will delve into the Mu-Tahitian situation in more depth later.
The main social unit in the times of the Mu people was the Ohana ( family. ) The elders of the family were the “rulers” because they were the eldest and therefore considered the wisest; they were ( and are today ) called Kupuna. Also, amongst these elders were to be found the Kahuna ( Ka=the and huna= secret, so they were the keepers of the secrets, or knowledge.) Unlike the depictions in Hollywood and TV, a Kahuna was not a spooky witch doctor, but was ( and is ) the master of a certain discipline. For example, a canoe maker is a Kahuna kalai wa'a ( Kahuna=master, kalai=carver and wa'a is canoe, or a master of Hula is a Kahuna kumu hula. )
The Kupuna handled all disputes within the family, and also any problems that family members had with members of another Ohana. Thus, this was their equivalence to a legal system. The process whereby disputes were handled was called 'Aha, which was a family meeting.
Around the year 1250 A.D. a Tahitian priest ( probably a Kahuna po'o or high priest ) arrived in Hawaii from the island of Raiatea in present day Tahiti. Finding no high chiefs ruling the islands, and or no one who had, in his opinion, the proper royal lineage to rule, this man, named Pa’ao, sailed back to Raiatea ( also known as Hawaii nui or great Hawaii ) and recruited the prince Pili to go with him to Hawaii and rule. Pili was selected because he was of a pure royal bloodline, descended directly from the gods.
In Tahiti, the ruling chiefs or Ari'i ( Ali'i in Hawaiian ) were believed to be descended from the gods, who dwelt on the misty mountaintop of Temehane on Raiatea. The four premier gods were ( Tane ( Kane in Hawaiian, ) Rongo ( Lono, ) Tu ( Ku ) and Ta'aroa ( Kanaloa. ) The central marae ( sacred site, equivalent of heiau in Hawaii ) was and is Taputapuatea ( loosely translates as the most sacred white place, white being the colour of the spiritual system. ) Taputapuatea was not only the religious center of Raiatea, nor even of Tahiti, but of the entire “Polynesian” world. Loosely similar to what the Vatican is to Catholics.
The people of Hawaii call themselves Maoli, just as the people of New Zealand, who are their relatives, call themselves Maori, as do the Tahitians and people of Rapanui. The “l” used in modern day Hawaii is “r” in the other island nations.
The Search Continues
The search for artifacts from Mu should begin in Hawaii. Hawaii's land mass is roughly half that of Taiwan. While Taiwan is somewhat more fertile, it supports over 20 million people. The windward sides of the Hawaii Islands are green since its mountains (Pali) gather first moisture rising from the Pacific Ocean. The ocean surrounding the Hawaiian Islands mitigate its climate making it a virtual paradise. Hawaii is the perfect place to host a fledgling sentient species (Homo Sapiens) establish a foothold in the physical plane. Furthermore, it (Mu) would be ideally positioned to be a seafaring nation, permitting expansion onto all the major continents of Earth.
But a tsunami could sweep this all away and that's what did happen. Around 12,679 BP, massive bombardment of the Earth by celestial bodies was of sufficient magnitude that the weather of the world changed, initiating the Younger Dryas cold period. And it is theorized that this bombardment was the source of the 'warrior wave' that did exactly this to the civilization of Mu located on the Pacific islands. The civilization of Mu was 'washed away', erasing all traces of their culture from history.
According to legend, last humankind (those before the Great Flood) carved four symbols in a Big Island Cave that Master Sun-Don Lee saw in the astral travel. Those symbols represent the creation of amusing myths. KRG is looking for those symbols and we want to uncover the truth of mankind and the universe.
The four symbols are shown in the figure above, and they are thought to still be in existence on the Big Island of Hawaii. They are also thought to be at least a meter in size.
The above photo and the following info was deduced by a 'meditation' or remote viewing' technique,
For more information about the Mu / Menehune people, please visit the Hawaiian Mythology page.
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