Many people come to Hawaii (a.k.a. Mu) to heal – whether they are just getting out of a long relationship, grieving over someone or something lost, or getting over an illness or major life change.
Hawaii is known as a healing place, as explained in the Hawaii Vortex Field Guide and known by Hawaiians for thousands of years. Most people who have experienced healing life changes in Hawaii may also relate their recurring dreams and early childhood memories back to an ancient civilization that they may have been a part of known as the Continent of Mu or Motherland Mu. They often end up moving here as if called back home.
For your information, Lemuria and Mu were two different places. So many "researchers" and self-proclaimed experts can't quite seem to grasp that concept, and continue to spread false information. Some even go as far to say Mu was the previous name of all land masses on earth, with little in the form of evidence. You can only take the story so far, and we at KRG stick to oral histories, legends and traditions that have existed for thousands of years as our resources.
As you should know by now, the same story of Mu can be found in almost all Polynesian cultures, usually known by different names and spellings (et. al. Mu, Hiva, Hawaiki). It's even in the Kumulipo of Hawaiian tradition. An article by Mu researcher Zach Royer shows that before the Tahitian invasion of the Hawaiian Islands, there was already a group of peoples living there. Knows as the Mu People, Mu (also the name of the continent itself) existed across much of the Pacific Ocean, including parts of Japan (Yonaguni) and Easter Island (Rapanui), while Lemuria was located off the southern tip of present day India, known as Kumari Kandam.
The Healing Power of the Pacific Ocean
For many people who come to Hawaii, the ocean “calls” to them and helps them heal. Since the ocean off the Kona Coast is circulated from international waters, and also because there is minimal river run-off on the west side of the Big Island, the ocean offers pure salt water for healing.
Currently, the Natural Energy Lab is farming ocean water for bottled drinking water, as well as using the pure salt water for fish farms, shrimp farms, spirulina products, and also offers a public charter school that specializes in Marine Biology.
The Healing Power of Hawaii Volcanoes, Mountains, and Lakes
Many people are called to pay homage to Pele the Volcano Goddess to help them heal.
Many people have deep spiritual experiences as they bring gifts of flowers, food, gin & cigars to the Goddess of New Earth…it’s their hearts that Pele acknowledges. When you come to Hawaii to heal, come with humility and openness to the etheric healing powers, expecting to heal from the inside-out.
Many people are also called to pay their respects to Pele’s sister Poli’ahu, the Goddess of Mauna Kea – the tallest mountain in the World, located in North Hawaii on the Big Island. Also known as an ancient vortex of the historic Muvian culture, the Hawaiians always paid homage to Poli’ahu as they prayed for the rain waters to keep their crops green and communities fed.
There’s also a healing lake that many Hawaiian Kahuna and World Shaman’s visit near the top of Mauna Kea that offers mystical experiences as well. As part of the prophecy for December 21, 2012 and the end of the Mayan Calendar, Mauna Kea is considered an ancient vortex that is being triggered open for these times. The Maya, Inca, Tibet, Hindu, and Aztec civilizations originated from this large Pacific continent of Mu that sank over 13,000 years ago, back before the times of Atlantis.
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Words such as ‘mutant’, which means ‘Earth-spawned creature,’ and ‘commune’ or ‘community’ have their origins in the language of ancient ‘Mu’.