The Stone Tablets of Mu is an examination of a previously “not publicly available” portion of James Churchward’s writings. In Copies of Stone Tablets Found by William Niven at Santiago Ahuizoctla Near Mexico City (1927,) James’ early ideas and interpretations of the stone tablets from the Valley of Mexico are presented, and nine of the twenty-two tablets are revealed for the first time. The Stone Tablets of Mu investigates Niven’s tablet discoveries by placing them in historical context, examining the media coverage and detailing the use of the tablets in subsequent works by James Churchward. The appendix contains the entire transcribed text and images from the original, as well as other unpublished works by James Churchward.
James Churchward’s writings presented his stimulating theories and proofs of an ancient advanced civilization in the Pacific Ocean. Churchward wrote that his research into the subject spanned several decades, starting from his time in India where he was taught to read the ancient Naacal tablets, a repository of wisdom from a time before savagery.
Churchward’s study of the Naacal tablets revealed that the Garden of Eden was not in Asia but was the now sunken Pacific Ocean continent called Mu. The Biblical story of creation as well as all civilization originated there. Churchward’s recognition of the Naacal Brotherhood as the author of Niven’s tablets establishes another source of ancient wisdom and knowledge from the continent of Mu.