Mu Symbol (Lemuria)

This symbol was borrowed from Mayan design by James Churchward of “The Lost Continent of Mu” fame, as a symbol of the people of Mu.

In Churchward’s interpretation, it is a representation of the forces of the universe. Mu is elsewhere called Lemuria.

A fanciful Lemurian

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Carole Nervig December 30, 2015 at 1:35 pm

Many universal symbols have Mu or Lemurian sources. Your symbol website is missing a wealth of information that could show the universality of all of these. You might consider looking at Churchward’s book: The Symbols of Mu…..after all this is a symbol dictionary.

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Carole Nervig December 30, 2015 at 1:32 pm

NOT a Lemurian; and NOT fanciful, but perhaps a descendant of the Mu of the Pacific. Actually, is a Rapa Nui Islander (Easter Island). 1774 engraving by W. Hodges, a member of James Cook’s expedition.

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