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Was there once a continent in the Pacific? Called Lemuria or Pacifica by geologists, Mu or Pan by the mystics, there is now ample mythological, geological and archaeological evidence to “prove” that an advanced, and ancient civilization once lived in the central Pacific.
Maverick archaeologist and explorer David Hatcher Childress combs the Indian Ocean, Australia and the Pacific in search of the surprising truth about mankind’s past. Contains photos of the underwater city on Pohnpei; explanations on how the statues were levitated around Easter Island in a clock-wise vortex movement; tales of disappearing islands; Egyptians in Australia; and more.
Chapters include: Legends of an Ancient Land; The Ghost Island of Aldabra; Last of the Lemurs; Tales of Ancient Ceylon; Lost Cities & Ancient Megaliths; The Red Center & the World Grid; Moas and Maoris; Firewalkers of the Cannibal Islands; Giants and Mysterious Temples; Search For a Sunken City; Mystery of the Latte Stones; The Pyramids of Paradise; The Lost Continent of Hiva; …And the Statues Walked; At the Gates of Hamakulia; more.
|Dimensions||14 x 2.5 x 21.5 cm|