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2012 and the LOST

2012 and the LOST
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The world has focused on Tibet after the Hollywood film “2012”. But do you really believe it’s Tibet after you read best-seller “Lost Horizon” and “Lost Continent”? They’re published more than sixty years ago, and you could find a lot of 2012’s scenarios are described in the novels similarly.

Mu is the name of a hypothetical continent that allegedly existed in one of Earth's oceans, but disappeared at the dawn of human history. The concept and the name were proposed by 19th century traveler and writer Augustus Le Plongeon, who claimed that several ancient civilizations, such as those of Egypt and Mesoamerica, were created by refugees from Mu — which he located in the Atlantic Ocean.

Lost Horizon is a 1933 novel by English writer James Hilton. It is best remembered as the origin of Shangri-La, a fictional utopian lamasery high in the mountains of Tibet.

With a lot of written evidence and real photos, you’ll find the center of the continent, Shangri-La, is probably the destination for you on doomsday.


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