Reviews

Lifting the Veil on the Lost Continent of Mu The Motherland of Men
Book review by Riki Frahmann
This 200 page wonder was a definite treasure to review because it was like reading 8 blessed texts in one. With its informative writings, glyphs and pictures I found I needed to take this massive read small chunks at a time. It was fascinating to learn about the symbols of Mu, I felt like I had seen many of them before and I also loved the geological history. The thing I became really excited about was the clear documentation of the material because it helped me to know everything was authentic and in it’s proper place…
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Did Lemuria really exist? Read this book and find out!
Lifting the Veil on the Lost Continent of Mu Motherland of Men
Book review by Sherri Cortland
My love of all things Atlantean and Lemurian is no secret to the readers of this column, so you can imagine my excitement at meeting Jack Churchward, author of Lifting the Veil on the Lost Continent of Mu, at the 2011 Transformations Conference sponsored by Ozark Mountain Publishing. I’ve heard Jack speak about Lemuria twice now, and his talks, as well as his book, are like enjoying a satisfying, delicious meal of your favorite foods. Let me tell you about Lifting the Veil:
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Susan B. Martinez, Ph.D.
Lifting the Veil on the Lost Continent of Mu Motherland of Men
Book review by Susan B. Martinez, Ph.D.
Jack Churchward, Lifting the Veil on the Lost Continent of Mu. Huntsville, AR: Ozark Mountain Publishing, 2011. $19.00
No one who calls himself a protohistorian can be unfamiliar with James Churchward. Few had or have his gift of interpreting the past. Ahead of his time in so many ways, he was the man to point us in the right direction (literally) for unriddling the secrets of gray antiquity. Who were our civilized forefathers and where did they come from? This book, produced by his great-grandson Jack, is an 8 by 11 volume with a striking cover design in well-chosen palest hues. It contains the entire contents of James Churchward’s 1926 classic, The Lost Continent of Mu: Motherland of Man. Amplified by accumulated research since that time, in the form of Notes, the work is also wonderfully enlivened by curious items from James’ own scrapbooks. The excellent annotations by Jack bring us up to date and provide intriguing support of his great-grandfather’s controversial theories.
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LibraryThing
Lifting the Veil on the Lost Continent of Mu Motherland of Men
This 200 page wonder was a definite treasure to review because it was like reading 8 blessed texts in one. With its informative writings, glyphs and pictures I found I needed to take this massive read small chunks at a time. It was fascinating to learn about the symbols of Mu, I felt like I had seen many of them before and I also loved the geological history. The thing I became really excited about was the clear documentation of the material because it helped me to know everything was authentic and in it’s proper place. I would recommend this glorious historian to anyone wanting to learn more about the Lost Continent in all it’s splendor. Thanks Jack, what an interesting legacy you bring to the table.
Love & Light,
Riki Frahmann


Frontiers of Anthropology Blog
Lifting the Veil on the Lost Continent of Mu
I was very graciously sent a complementary copy of the book Lifting the Veil on the Lost Continent of Mu written by Jack Churchward, owner of the My-Mu internet site advertised on this blog’s pages at the bottom. It is a very good book in that it conscientiously documents what James Churchward was drawing from when he originally created the Lost Continent of Mu books, starting in the 1920s.
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The Midwest Book Review, August 2011
The origins of man have taken various spins throughout history. “Lifting the Veil on the Lost Continent of Mu: The Motherland of Men” is a re-issue of the 1926 metaphysical discussion from James Churchward as he presents his own theories of Lemuria, or the Lost Continent of Mu. Bearing the Garden of Eden and many biblical stories with research from Churchward’s grandson Jack, “Lifting the Veil on the Lost Continent of Mu” is a fascinating study of this legend, very much recommended.
Printed in the August 2011 edition of the library newsletter, “Wisconsin Bookwatch”