Where was Mu?
In this attempt to learn about the shape and location of several previous civilizations our questioner gets an explanation from William LePar’s spiritual source as to why this is not an easy task. We also learn about the changing dynamics of the ancient world.
Questioner: I have attempted to make some maps of Mu, Lemuria, and Atlantis, and I will confess that there was a lot of guesswork involved in trying to make these charts, and I would like to ask a few questions. In my first map, I found that the shape of Mu was strictly a guess.
The Council: It would be virtually impossible to be able to make replicas of those continents, because you are not dealing with the same poles as you have now, and also, we really hate to say this, your earth was not quite the same shape that it is now. Now please, do not get too excited with that statement. Simply explained, as masses cool and are spun, there are changes that take place. Your earth was, shall we say, not quite as ball shaped as it is now. It was a slight bit flatter because of the greater, how shall we put it, liquidness of its inner being and as time goes by, this begins to solidify and does not hold its flatter shape but because of the mass, solidified mass, it begins to disperse more evenly and in a more circular ball shape, so the actual positions are not important. An effort, even crude, from our descriptions would suffice. Also, even if you could specifically pinpoint those continents, they were in a state of motion that is far greater than the motion of your continents or plates today, consequently, they were ever changing even to a greater degree. Instead of moving feet per year, you are talking of miles per year, so you see, it is quite a different situation, so although your drawings may be accurate for one time period, in a very short period of time they become inaccurate.