It is about spiraling consciousness that moves from higher frequencies of thought - a higher harmonic - to slower - lower frequencies as we experiencing many places at the same time.
As with Atlantis - one has to wonder if Lemuria ever existed in the physical realm - or is it just a metaphor - to remind us that out souls are experiencing multidimensionally - some of which we believe are other planet experiences. As is Above, so is Below - ALL being polarity of experience. As we have the Atlantis in the Atlantic region - we must have its Pacific counterpart - Pacifica. All realities are created based on the digits of sacred geometry - the blueprint of all we experience. As an opinion - Lemuria is a grid program that exists parallel to our own. Those who feel linked to it - are more-than-likely experiencing in both realities simultaneously. In truth - Lemuria - from our perspective in third dimension - is theoretical and will not merge with us - until a point at which we expand our consciousness to fully understand all of our multi-dimensional experiences. We are moving to that end now. Stone markers are found in our reality - to remind of of ancient and lost civilizations - in which we coexist. In the end - we awakening to our true nature. The hermetic seals of consciousness, so to speak, are opened with a bang - the 'end time scenario' of an explosive ending. We instantly spiral consciousness back to greater understanding of all. Many see this as the movement into a Golden Age - the gold being a metaphor for Alchemy of consciousness into awareness - the blue and the gold - the blueprint and the alchemy. When we see ourselves back as the Lemurians - we are seeing ourselves in higher frequency. One must not forget that time is an illusion that brings depth to physical experience.
All happens at the same time.
1.- James Churchward
Symbolic drawing made in 1931 by Mayan glyph researcher, James Churchward, depicting a cataclysm of earthquakes and volcanoes that allegedly sank the continent of Mu in the Pacific Ocean.
Churchward's map showing how he thought Mu refugees spread out after the cataclysm through South America, along the shores of Atlantis and into Africa.
James Churchward, in books such as The Lost Continent of Mu (1931), wrote that the Motherland stretched from the Hawaiian Islands to Fiji and from Easter Island to the Marianas. Churchward considered the Nan Modal site on Pohnpei Island one of the seven sacred cities of Mu. Today its ruins sit on a swampy lagoon filled with mangrove trees. Rising about 30 feet in height, black volcanic stones weighing many tons are stacked crisscross like a child's frontier fort.
It's one of the more enigmatic sites in the entire Pacific, yet archaeologists cannot explain how it got there.
Indeed, stone monuments of mysterious origin dot the entire Pacific, from Japan's spectacular underwater site at Yonaguni to cryptic Petroglyphs on Hawaii's Big Island. Menehune Ditch on Kauai is built from dressed and fitted stone slabs like something ancient Romans would have erected, very different from typical Polynesian style. And of course there is Easter Island, centerpiece of many Lemuria theories. Its hundreds of colossal stone statues and written language point to an advanced culture, yet it appeared on the world's most remote spot. Why? The legends of Easter Island speak of Hiva, which sank beneath the waves as people fled, while Samoans called a similar place Bolutu. It was stocked with trees and plants bearing fruits and flowers, which were immediately replaced when picked. On Bolutu men could walk through trees, houses, and other physical objects without any resistance. The Maoris of New Zealand still talk about arriving long ago from a sinking island called Hawaiki, a vast and mountainous place on the other side of the water. There's yet another puzzling piece of evidence. A map of the lost continent published by the Lemurian Fellowship corresponds almost exactly to boundaries of the Pacific Plate. But the map first appeared long before geologists even knew of the plate's existence.
Their detailed map places the capital just north of present day Maui, near the center of a vast continent stretching from Australia to the Rocky Mountains!
2.- Tony Earll
In the 1970s Tony Earll's Mu Revealed (one of countless books written about the sunken civilizations Atlantis, Mu and Lemuria) claimed to be "an astonishing account of the archaeological discovery that proves the existence of Mu".
From the cover:
"When the Hurdlop expedition began excavating, it was with the hope of proving or disproving James Churchward's startling theories about Mu, the ancient lost continent of the Pacific...What they found was beyond their wildest expectation -- the diary of Kland, a young priest who had emigrated from Mu before its destruction! Painstakingly restored and translated, the diary scrolls provide breathtaking glimpses into the everyday life of Mu at the height of its splendid, doomed culture."
3.- David Childress
According to David Childress various esoteric sources, the first civilization arose 78,000 years ago on the giant continent known as Mu or Lemuria and lasted for an astonishing 52,000 years. It is sometimes said to have been destroyed in earthquakes generated by a pole shift which occurred some 26,000 years ago, or at approximately 24,000 B.C. While Mu did not reach as high a technology, supposedly, as other later civilizations, it is, nevertheless, said to have attained some advanced technology, particularly in the building of long-lasting megalithic buildings that were able to withstand earthquakes. However, it was the science of government that is sometimes said to have been Mu's greatest achievement. Supposedly, there was one language and one government. Education was the keynote of the Empire's success, and because every citizen was versed in the laws of the universe and was given thorough training in a profession or trade, magnificent prosperity resulted. A child's education was compulsory to the age of 21 in order for him to be eligible to attend citizenship school. This training period lasted for seven years; so the earliest age at which a person could become a citizen of the empire was 28. Earthquake-resistant walls were important all around the Ring-of-Fire, in ancient Mu. It is claimed that the Elders of Lemuria, known as the Thirteenth School, moved their headquarters prior to the cataclysm to the uninhabited plateau of Central Asia that we now call Tibet. Here they supposedly established a library and school known as 'The Great White Brotherhood'.
4.- Helena Petrovna Blavatzky
In her book The Secret Doctrine (1888), Madame Blavatsky claimed to have learned of Lemuria in The Book of Dzyan - which she said was composed in Atlantis and shown to her by the Mahatmas. However, in her writings she gave Philip Schlater the honor of inventing the name, Lemuria. Blavatsky located her Lemuria in the Indian Ocean about 150 million years ago. She may have obtained her ideas of a sunken land in the Indian Ocean from Sanskrit legends of the former continent of Rutas that sank beneath the sea. But the name Rutas sounds too spiritless and uninspiring to have held such a prominent place in cosmic history. Blavatsky placed her "Third Continent of the Third Root Race" in the Indian Ocean between Madagascar and Malaysia. Surprisingly, many scientists of her day concurred and even came up with the name, derived from 'lemur', the ghostlike primates who supposedly lived there. Blavatsky described the Lemurians as "the third root race" to inhabit the Earth. They were egg-laying beings with a third eye that gave them psychic powers and allowed them to function without a brain.
Originally they were bisexual - their downfall came about after they discovered sex.
[These are metaphors for male and female - polarities and moving from beings of light who have no sexual orientation as they do not exist in the electromagnetic energies of a physical body.]
5.- The Rig Veda
The myths and traditions of India abound with references. The Rig Veda in particular speaks of "the three continents that were"; the third was home to a race called the Danavas. A land called Rutas was an immense continent far to the east of India and home to a race of sun-worshippers. But Rutas was torn asunder by a volcanic upheaval and sent to the ocean depths. Fragments remained as Indonesia and the Pacific islands, and a few survivors reached India, where they became the elite Brahman caste.
6.- Rudolf Steiner
The Austrian mystic Rudolf Steiner claimed that during the sixth and seventh subraces (of the Third Root Race) colonies were established as far away as Easter Island. The continent girdled much of the Pacific near the Equator, and thousands of island peaks remain to mark its former glory.
7.- Edgar Cayce
Edgar Cayce made a distinction between Mu, which floated off the coast of Baja California, and Lemuria, whose location is confusing to say the least. According to Cayce: "The Andean, or the Pacific coast of South America, occupied then the extreme western portion of Lemuria." Either he meant eastern, or Earth's land masses have changed a lot, perhaps due to a pole shift or crustal slippage.
The channeled entity Seth spoke of a civilization called Lumania on the island of Maskara, whose mountain peaks today form Indonesia.
In any case there is no question humanity made a kind of great leap around 40,000 B.C. with advances in transportation, technology, art, and language. In Europe the Cro-Magnons, in the Pacific Lemurians.
What was Lemuria like?
The languages of this culture were thought to be Austronesian, which includes hundreds of related tongues still found today from Polynesia to distant Madagascar.
What happened to Lemuria?
From Hopi legend:
'Down on the bottom of the seas lie all the proud cities, the flying patuwvotas, and the worldly treasures corrupted with evil..."
Faced with disaster, some people hid inside the earth while others escaped by crossing the ocean on reed rafts, using the islands as stepping-stones. The same story of escape to dry land appears in the Popul Vu epic of the Quiche Maya and the Modoc tribe near Mt. Shasta among many others. According to the Rosicrucians of San Jose, California, the disastrous cycle began with volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and collapse of subterranean gas belts. Magnetic waves started moving around the globe, and Lemuria began to go under. Fortunately, there was time enough for small groups to salvage part of Lemuria's precious wisdom, which was stored in crystals. Some colonists reached India and from there Mesopotamia and Egypt, while others migrated eastward on crude rafts to the Americas, forming the racial core of the earliest Indian tribes. In fact, California was home to history's oldest people: pure Lemurians who later became the California Indians. That would explain why America's oldest human artifacts were found on Santa Rosa Island off Santa Barbara, dated around 25,000 B.C.
The same time Lemuria may have slipped beneath the waves.