History of Human Body Development


     Richard was then asked whether the dating of certain fossils of primates who were the “predecessors” of human beings are correct. He answered that datings done by anthropologists are probably fairly accurate. The questioner then asked how the civilization of Mu could have existed at the dates given in THE ULTIMATE FRONTIER, since the chronology of some of the prehuman life forms would seem to overlap that of the Lemurian Empire. Richard explained that the major life forms that gave rise to man all developed on the Lemurian Continent which is now beneath the ocean. The different types of species evolved by the Angelic Host in other parts of the world were parallel experiments in the continuing development carried on by the Angels to create suitable physical vehicles for the human Ego. Different strains were worked out on different land masses so they would not intermix. Most of these strains were not continued after a certain point in order to prevent their possibly competing with man and other man-like animals being developed. This is why the so-called “missing links” between these man-like creatures and modern man cannot now be unearthed. However, the birthplace of man and the various primates which immediately preceded him in the order of evolution are buried under the silt over a great submerged continent which will one day be available for us to unearth the secrets of man’s prehistory. (07-1970)



Was There Human Species Perfected Off the Island of Madagascar?


Q:      I remember when you were telling us that the human species was actually born and perfected off the island of Madagascar? Is that right?


A:      There is an island that used to be off Madagascar, not Madagascar itself. Madagascar may have been part of it. There is geological evidence that there is a sunken island between—if you’re in Madagascar, you can see part of it, and towards India. There’s a couple of little mountains sticking up, little dots on the map that are still part of it. Incidentally, the reason why they figured out that there was such a place and started to look for it is because biologists, those who go back to what they call paleobiologists, speculated there had to be a place for animals of a common type to have distributed over a wide range of Asia and into Africa, knowing how the land bridges were at the time they speculated, that there was no way for those animals to get from one place to the other. So they actually hypothesized that there must have been a large body of land someplace which was the bridge or the origin of certain species. And they called that place Lemuria, and the reason why they picked that particular name is because it was the lemurs that were the species that they could identify as being at one place or the other. So that’s how they hypothesized that there must have been this sunken continent or sunken island, and they think it was maybe about half the size of Australia. So that’s where the term Lemuria comes from. I think I mentioned to you that the term for lemurs is referred to as being like ghosts because you see them at nighttime; they’re nocturnal. Their eyes shine back any kind of light source. If you have a fire going or something like that and you see a bunch of eyes, they’re lemurs. They’re very luminescent. The ancients thought those animals were ghosts. As a matter of fact, the Latin word for ghosts is lemurs, and so they called these animals, once they realized that here was a connection, they called them lemurs. That’s how that term came about, and where Lemuria comes from is, This must be that place where the lemurs transposed themselves from one place to another to various continents, from that common source. So, they identified that place as being in the West Indian Ocean.


Eventually the term Lemuria became applied to just about any kind of sunken land, so then when people started talking about the place in the Pacific that they speculated had to have been there, they gave it the name of Lemuria along with this other speculative island that sank in the western Indian Ocean. So, the people who lived in Lemuria never heard that name. What the weather was like five million years ago or three million years ago was a lot likely different than today, and things that move up and down relative to the ocean surface, that changes every couple of million years. So, whatever you’re looking at today, like for instance, there was apparently lush territory at one time in eastern Africa, kind of like a Garden of Eden, but now it is just desertous for the most part. So, you never know what you’re going to find when you start digging. (01-????)