“There was once a flourishing continent in the middle of the Pacific Ocean called Mu … The greatest tragedy of mankind occurred when Mu sank, carrying down with her 63.000,000 people and a civilization approximately 200,000 years old.” JAMES CHURCHWARD
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This broadcast of On the Brink Radio is an interview with Shelly Mahi-Stephens, a very interesting woman I met at Volcanos National Park in February of 2014 here on the Big Island. My friend Brian and I had gone up to camp out near the rim of the Kilauea caldera in order to see the Southern Cross in the wee hours of the morning. When we were catching the bus the next morning back to Hawi, a woman overheard me telling someone why we had made the trip and she struck up a conversation about ancient Polynesian navigators and her ancestry. I sat next to her on the bus and she shared a wealth of information relating that the story of her family is that they are descendants of people who fled from a lost island-continent they believe to be Mu or Lemuria.
The part I found to be most interesting was that according to their story…which parallels that of the traditional Hawai’ian people…the ‘sea god’ took on the form of a whale crossed with a dolphin and came to warn the two kings of Mu of impending catastrophe that would put them and their entire island at grave risk and that they needed to go to sea to escape certain destruction. I won’t tell the rest of the story but Shelly does, so listen to the broadcast.
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In addition to telling the story of her Ha’I ancestors, Shelly tells about the dangers of the ready to explode threat of deep seabed mining which she’s been researching and opposing since the early 1990’s. According to her, the International Seabed Authority is meeting in Kingston, Jamaica and their headquarters used to be here on the Big Island.
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