Part of the highly evolved inner earth civilizations is the remnants of the once great surface civilization that lived on the ancient continent of Lemuria in the Pacific Ocean. Their history and records are preserved in the inner earth city of Telos, built in layers in caverns beneath Mount Shasta in California; which was part of the Lemurian continent all those years ago.
The Lemurians were the original earth civilization, going back millions of years, and much of the ‘great experiment’ that humanity is now bringing back on track was formulated in Lemuria, orchestrated by great star nations. In the later period of this epoch, a rival advanced civilization grew up on the Atlantis continent in the Atlantic Ocean. These two great civilizations disagreed on how to treat the less advanced civilizations of our world. The Lemurians wanted to leave them alone to advance in accordance with their guidance while the Atlantians wanted to control them. This argument escalated and a series of thermonuclear wars were fought between these two highly advanced civilizations. There were no winners.
When the warfare ended, the Lemurians were informed that within 15,000 years their continent would sink due to the damage done in the fighting. Since many lived 20,000 to 30,000 years during those times, people who participated in the warfare would live to see the denouement. They petitioned the Agarthan society, long time inner earth residents, for permission to build an underground city beneath Mount Shasta to preserve their culture and their history. At first this was denied as the warring ways were not welcome; but the Lemurians were able to demonstrate true learning from this nightmare experience and permission was granted by the Agarthans and by the Galactic Federation of Light. The city of Telos was designed to house 200,000 survivors but the deluge came earlier than expected and only 25,000 survived. This has grown to 1.5 million, the present Lemurian population.
The continent sank very quickly one night as most of the Lemurians slept. Members of the priesthood volunteered to go down with the sinking ship and led the population in singing and fearlessness as the continent fell below the waves. The song they sang was to the tune of Auld Lang Syne. As I type this, it feels as though I was a resident of Lemuria on that fateful night 12,000 years ago.
This began a series of cataclysmic events that also saw much of Atlantis sink below the waves and both once great civilizations were reduced to rubble. Earth herself became inhospitable to life as so much debris was thrown into the air that much of the sun’s rays were blocked. Survival became the order of the day.
Lemurians are our ancestors and the blue print for the human body and its DNA. The time is near when we will rejoin our Lemurian ancestors and the singing of Auld Lang Syne will be especially poignant on that occasion.
Freedom for humanity…