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The Legend of Lemuria – Part Five

It is evident that the ruins at Tiwanaku have mystified visitors for centuries. When the chronicler Pedro Cieza de León first arrived in the area with the Spanish conquistadors in 1548, he was told by the Incas that the place had been abandoned long before their arrival, and that they had no idea who built […]

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The Legend of Lemuria – Part Four

In a news article published by the New York Times on October 28, 1921, the famed American automobile magnate Henry Ford made the memorable comment, which has since been repeated innumerable times, when he said: History is bunk! Now Henry Ford’s remark was directed more toward his attitude that events that happen in the present […]

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The Legend Of Lemuria – Part Three

Science is serious business. Those who wish to pursue a career in any of the disciplines of science have to serve a rigorous apprenticeship. Not only do they have to get the necessary academic credentials, but they also have to uphold the traditional protocols of science. And before they can gain the necessary recognition and […]

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The Legend of Lemuria – Part Two

When the sixteenth century English poet John Donne penned the famous words “No man is an island”, he used the image of a tiny island, lost in a vast ocean and cut off from everything else in the world, to convey the idea of complete and total isolation. There is perhaps no better example of […]

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The Legend of Lemuria – Part One

In his written dialogue called Timaeus, Plato described how Solon, the famed lawmaker of ancient Greece who lived 600 years before the time of Christ, had travelled to Egypt where he was honoured for his wisdom and understanding. According to Plato, while he was in Egypt, Solon had asked an elderly Egyptian priest if he […]

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