Lemuria, The lost continent
With advent of the Tsunami on the 26th December 2004 I have again brought for you the story of Lemuria. 40000 years ago the last exodus took place from Lemuria or Kumari Nadu. Evolution has now inhabited the island of Ceylon, parts of Southern India which was part of Lemuria.
Today, again there has been a catastrophe which is equally as dramatic and the devastation as profound on the coastal areas. When the lands sank beneath the sea forty thousand years ago the tribes migrated. Now in the new age it is good the to see the world rallying around for reconstruction and rehabilitation. What the stories and myths that may be written about this 40,000 years hence, I would love to hear.
When I was five years old, my mother, showed me the sky. She seemed to be fascinated with Paledies, Orion and many other constellations. At night the stories and myths she told me about “Sapt Rishi”, the seven sages that reside within these stars. It is said that originally 2.5 million years they resided in Lemuria and all knowledge originated from there.
Kanyakumari. This is at southern most tip of India. That ocean fills you with awe. It is distinctively three colored. If you gaze due south, on one side it is emerald green, on the other aqua blue, the center is aqua green. The interplay of colour is almost hypnotic. For hours my mother would gaze out to sea, her expression wistful, sad and with fleeting emotions of joy. I recall that there was something very powerful there.
Years later, as an adult I visited Sri Lanka several times. The whole of Sri Lanka seems to have a powerful energy, similar to that at the tip of India. There are two places in the world that has a vortex of energy , Sri Lanka, and the islands of Bermuda.
Every cell in our body holds memory of what we were. Time does not seem to matter. It could have been a million years ago or now. What triggers this memory? Perhaps a stone, monument, sea, or just a softly spoken word. Needless to say we seem to have many memories within us of ages long gone. There are other methods of retaining and remembering all knowledge of all that has happened on this planet Earth. The meager knowledge known and passed down by enlightened sages is so rich in the sciences. We have perhaps not tapped even an iota of what that is.
I specially dedicate this topic to my mother. It was her myths and stories that I heard as a child that made me search about the Siddhas, and their teachings. My quest in looking for available matter on Lemuria and the Lemurians. It was on the many trips I made to South India, met many a scholar who enlightened me in the writings of the Tamil Sangams. The wealth of knowledge it has is truly awe-inspiring. In fact, the Tamil Sangams are perhaps the oldest manuscripts in recorded history. Myth say that the older versions were washed away in the last deluge…To My Mother…………….. Shana.