Saturday, March 17, 2007



The 1939 landmark movie "The Wizard of OZ " starring Judy Garland features the promise land destination known as the "Emerald City". The characters in the film all have one goal in common and that is to reach the futuristic city where every need and prayer can be fulfilled. L. Frank Baum wrote the cult classic "The Wonderful Wizard of OZ" in 1900 along with 13 sequels in the years following. He envisioned The Emerald City as a modern metropolis on a hill where an advanced society dwelled. At the helm of this great and advanced center of technology lives a Wizard. An individual that possesses awesome knowledge and power. This theme has echoed down through our history for thousands of years.

The book of Genesis in the Hebrew Bible opens with the story of how God created the Garden of Eden and placed his ultimate creation Adam within its midst. The Eden was complete and contained all that a prototype man and woman could want or need. Soon, Eve and Adam became dissatisfied with Eden and were expelled for there corrupt behavior. This myth is present at the core of ancient writings from the Sumerians, Babylonians, Indians and hundreds of different cultures from all around the world. The Greek philosopher Plato referred to a great continent in the Atlantic known as Atlantis. He learned of the Atlanteans from the Egyptians who knew of them from the Sumerians. In every version of the ancient stories of our beginnings there is a great city, a very advanced culture, a wizard and a fall from grace. Edgar Cayce the great sooth sayer of the early 20th century described an advanced civilization called Mu meaning motherland that existed 50,000 to 15,000 years ago. Lemuria, Oz, are other names used to refer to Mu which exisited before and then along side Atlantis. Writings and oral records indicate that Mu was a continent that was situated in the Pacific between the Americas and Australia. The story of Mu and Atlantis are the story of Eden. These great paradises were all lost to cataclysm wrought by a wizard, an extraterrestrial or in the case of Genesis God Almighty. A picture is evolving from the ancient record that is being gathered by modern researchers from the four corners of the world. This picture yet fully developed is revelling an astonishing possibility that the Earth was truly an Eden in the ancient past. The ATLANTIUM is the world of Mu and Atlantis, a world host to a global civilization that spanned the entire planet. A world where every technological advance had been realized, a world where inter-planetary space travel was common place, where every need of man had been met. When the Atlantium was destroyed in a worldwide planet level event the few left behind immortalized it. How would a band of randomly chosen people today describe our world to their children if all that we know were lost? There would be no way to recover from that kind of destruction and the world would have no choice but to start over from scratch. Wouldn't we tell of a paradise on earth where the land flowed with milk and honey and men flew in the sky and traveled to the stars? In the ATLANTIUM continuum the answer is YES. We are in the Atlantium continuum, our world is most likely a re-run of the ancient world. We have had only 12,000 years to reorganize and are still potentially as much as 40,000 years behind the first Atlantium. It doesn't take much imagination to realize that if man continues on the track of technological advances that have been achieved in the last 50-100 years we will soon be living in a miracle world. Will our planet be a Garden of Eden in 40,000 years? ATLANTIUM. Roc Hatfield/Author