The Lost Continent of Mu: The Motherland of Man by Col. James Churchward
The Lost Continent of Mu: The Motherland of Man by Col. James Churchward, published in 1926. Signed and inscribed by the author to Dudley R. Hooper a writer for the New York Times whose article on the discovery in 1921 by archaeologist William Niven of over 100 andesite tablets on a dig in San Miguel Amantla, Azcapotzalco brought the knowledge of the unique find to the world. These tablets were later interpreted by James Churchward to contain proof of advanced lost civilizations in the pacific. Hooper and Churchward first met in 1929 and Hooper became a supporter of Churchwards occult theories of lost civilizations.
In this work Churchward outlines his theories of an ancient advanced civilization in the Pacific ocean. Hardcover with original jacket with light shelfwear to corners and ends of jacket.