In search of Lemuria

In search of Lemuria

The lost continent of Lemuria, the land of Mu, is a place that history has nearly forgotten. Yet it lives on in the mythology of Hindus and Australian Aborigines, Polynesians and American Indians. Its place is likewise secure beside Atlantis in the metaphysical speculations of Occult pioneers Madame Blavatsky and Edgar Cayce, as well as New Age channelers and soothsayers.

While Atlantis is well known, Lemuria has remained a subject only discussed in elite esoteric circles. But did Lemuria really exist? And if so when, and where was it located? Was it home to a gentle race of mystics and dreamers or an advanced society whose technology helped bring it down? And what happened to Lemuria in the end? Can an entire continent sink or vanish? The author's challenge is clear: to find if Lemuria and its lost civilization really existed. Yet during his search he embarks on a metaphysical journey as well, whose outcome is uncertain.

"...takes us around the world, from Mt. Shasta and the Hopi to Sumatra and Easter Island in search of Lemuria." -- Adventures Unlimited, Spring 2002 

"I found myself unable to put this book down, reading about nearly every subject possible. I highly recommend it." -- PlanetLightworker, May 2002 

"In Search of Lemuria is enthusiastically recommended to students of mythology, metaphysics, and paleoarchaeology." -- The Midwest Book Review, February 2002 

"Mark Williams beautifully blends science and metaphysics in this clear account of both his worldwide explorations and personal inward journey." -- Doreen Virtue, Angel 

"Mark Williams’ new book may be the best of its kind so far published." -- Ancient American Magazine, #41

About the Author
MARK R. WILLIAMS is a freelance writer living near San Francisco. In Europe he worked as a contributing writer for the International Herald Tribune (Paris) and senior staff writer for Lookout Magazine (Spain). Later, he was editor of Chevron USA/Odyssey magazine and a contributor to the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and many other publications. Williams' published books include Northern California: Off The Beaten Path and The Story of Spain. He has an M.A. in history from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Williams spent several years researching and writing In Search of Lemuria, including extensive travel in southern Asia, the Pacific islands, South America, Mexico, Arizona and California. Along the way he grappled with evolution, plate tectonics, Quantum Mechanics, holograms, Eastern mysticism, and "New Age" theory on subjects such as channeling and reincarnation; mind power and firewalking; crystal healing and teleportation. All the experiences described in his book are based on actual fact.