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.

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.

Bhuman Ishaya May 21, 2017 at 11:42 pm

I agree that Rapa Nui people are descendants of the Pacific Mu race, based on the 2014 cognized material called the Lemurian Teachings of Ha. According to that material, this depiction would not be fanciful, but perhaps more of a shamanic healer.

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