The mother of the "Super-Continents" named Pangaea/Pangea is a theorized ancient land mass based on "Continental Drift" Theory. Pangea was hypothesized by scientists who theorized "Continental Drift" and later "Plate Tectonics" to explain the hand/glove shape similarities between different continents as well as their pockets of identical species and geology. An interesting feature of Pangea is a large triangular gap between the super continents of "Laurasia" and "Gandwanaland" named the Tethys Ocean as shown in map of Pangea.
The Missing Triangle of Pangaea has been identified as an anomaly which cannot be explained by "Continental Drift", "Plate Tectonics" or any other existing scientific theory. It can however be accounted for in the historical revelations of Oahspe regarding the ancient continent of Pan, which was submerged and lies at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.
The map of Pan, from Oahspe has the same triangular shape as the missing piece called the Tethys Ocean in the hypothesized map of Pangaea. (The name Pangea was coined in 1927 following Alfred Wegener's theory of Continental Drift published in 1915. Oahspe was published first in 1882.)
Some evidence of Pan's existence has been examined in "Oahspe Confirmed" (1999) by M H Jones. Jones indicates that researchers such as Lyn Rose and others believe the Triangular shaped Tethys Ocean is an anomaly. Rose hypothesizes that the formation of an original land mass should take the form of a circular egg shape, yet the map of Pangea is more like a pie with a large triangular wedge missing. "The Anomaly of Pangaea" . Jones also connects the triangular shape of Pan with observations made by Ian Cameron's "Lost Paradise" (page 21) "About 80 percent of all the islands in the world lie within a triangle [in the predicted area of Pan] whose apexes are Tokyo, Jakarta and Pitcairn."
Thus, the submerged landmass of Pan lies as a silhouette in plain sight, like Rubin's vase/face, visible to those to see who can see.
Beginning in the 19th century, the investigations of researchers from various backgrounds including scientific, archaeological, ancient historic and spiritist saw the crystalization of theories around the subject of a lost continent.
Lemuria was first theorized to have been in the Indian Ocean by 19th century biologists and geologists to account for the existence of Lemurs and similarities in geological features in distant places from Africa, India, The Malaya Peninsular and Madagascar. Among such theorists were William Blandford in 1860 and English zoologist Philip Lutley Sclater Schlater in 1864, who gave it the name of Lemuria in a scientific journal article. The same name was later adopted by biologist Ernst Heinrich Haeckel.
The origin of these theories may be attributed to surviving historical and mythical references to an ancient sunken land in various cultures, such as the Popol-Vuh of the Mayan, and Rig Veda of Ancient India. 19th century investigators such as Charles-Etienne Brasseur de Bourbourg and Louis Jacolliot, proposed the existence of ancient sunken lands in various locations based on these ancient accounts. In 1864 Brasseur coined the name "Mu" by using two symbols "M" and "U" from a Mayan manuscript (later disregarded by scholars studying Mayan hieroglyphs) to come up with the name of a lost continent. It seems a coincidence that Lemuria has the syllable of Mu in it, given the diverse origins of each name, in any case the names became interchangeable.
In 1874 Louis Jellicot published Histoire des Vierges: Les Peuples et les Continents Disparus, in which he examined one of the most ancient legends of India, preserved in the temples by oral and written tradition. This legend relates that several hundred thousand years ago, there existed in the Pacific Ocean an immense continent which was destroyed by a geological upheaval, and that the fragments would be found in Madagascar, Ceylon, Sumatra, Java, Borneo and the main islands of Polynesia.
Founder of Theosophy, Helena Blavatsky mentioned Lemuria in "Isis Unveiled" in 1877, suggesting various locations including the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans: "The Pacific also shows signs of having been a populous island-empire of Malays or Javanese--if not a continent amid the North and South. We know that Lemuria in the Indian Ocean is a dream of scientists; and that the Sahara and the middle belt of Asia were perhaps once sea-beds." Expounding further in her book "The Secret Doctrine", published, 1888 she claimed the existence of Lemuria was revealed to her by the Indian mahatmas and the "Book of Dzyen". This also included the existence of Atlantis, which was supposed to have been a peninsula of Lemuria that extended from the Indian Ocean into the Atlantic Ocean. According to Blavatsky, Atlantis was supposed to have not sunk until many thousands of years after Lemuria.
The more widely read references to Lemuria or Mu being located in the Pacific came much later, Churchward articulated the Pacific location in 1928 and published, in 1931, "The Lost Continent of Mu".
Churchward's account is similar to Blavastky's in many respects, Neither of them included Japan as a remnant and they both describe partial sinking of the continent and the remainder sinking later. Churchward locates Mu in the South Pacific extending from Fiji, to Hawaii and South Pacific Islands, and in his version, however, there were no mountains in Lemuria. On the other hand, Oahspe was clear about the mountains of Pan, particularly those in the north where Japan, the northern remnant remained above the ocean. "Zha’Pan [in the original Pan language]…is the same country that to this day is called Japan, signifying, relic of the continent of pan, for it lay to the north, where the land was cleaved in two." Oahspe, Bk of Aph, 11/1.55.
Oahspe's Pre-Flood map of the world showing the location of Pan indicates mountains in places where there are now islands. For example where the Hawaii Islands and undersea ridges are found on modern day maps, on the map of Pan we find mountain chains. (See other articles on Pan, the Submerged Continent, in the index.)
This, of course, again, shows that Oahspe independently revealed, for the first time in 1882, substantial facts that are only now being proved by modern day technologies such as seismology detecting large quantities of water under the eastern Asian land mass and discoveries of manmade structures off the coast of Japan.
In 1985, off the Island of Yonaguni, an ancient pyramid structure was discovered and consequently, more structures in the area, as well as tools used to hew the rocks. (See other articles on Pan, the Submerged Continent, in the index)
In response to the 19th century notions of Lemuria to explain similarities in species and geology, scientists declared that a continent cannot be sunk (which would be true if it were only geological forces at work, Oahspe, however, reveals the intervention by ethereans, progressed souls from the unseen etherean worlds beyond the earth's vortex, capable of wielding enough force to sink a continent).
The scientific knowledge today proves that Pan could only have been sunk by other than geological forces. And these forces had to be wielded purposely by intelligent beings with sufficient power, such as the Ethereans which Oahspe describes. The subducted plates and the deep trenches and fracture zones surrounding the triangular shape of the sunken continent and surrounding the area are not yet properly understood by scientists, but do accord with the description of the sinking of the mighty continent. (See Book of Aph extracts below).
OAHSPE, Book of Aph, 10/3.16-20, 10/6.1-9.
|| Quickly, now, the ships of fire formed in line, extending from my place down to hada, where Neph and his Lords of the earth rested, whose hosts extended to all the divisions of land and water, embracing the various heavenly kingdoms previously built by the Lords.
And in the line of the etherean ships the plateaus of rank were stationed; and the hosts of Gods and Goddesses took their places, according to the rank of wisdom, power and love manifested in the etherean departments from which they came; with the two Orian Chiefs at either extremity.
And I divided the line into sections, each with two hundred and fifty ships, and there were one thousand sections. And every ship was contracted ten thousand fold, which was the force required to break the crust of the earth and sink a continent.
Along the line I stationed sentinels and talesmen, and inexhaustible numbers of messengers so that Jehovih’s voice and His sons’ voices could traverse to every part in a moment of time. And after that I formed the tube of transit, which extended in front of the ships, and from the earth to beyond Chinvat; and I filled it with the earth’s atmosphere even up to the high end, where it joined Io’sank, where I planned to deliver the drujas and fetals of those who were to perish in the ocean of the earth.
For every ten sections I appointed one hundred marshals and one God, and for every ten Gods one Chief in Emuts; according to their rank in the heavens from which they came, so I appointed them....||
|| And now Aph, Son of Jehovih, said: When the etherean hosts were arranged in due order, I called out to You, O Jehovih, saying: In Your Strength and Wisdom, O Father, join the heavens above with the earth below!
And the end of the etherean column that extended to Chinvat, on the border of the vortex of the earth, was made secure by the pressure of Your wide heavens.
Again I said: In Your Strength and Wisdom, O Jehovih, join the heavens above with the earth below!
And the end of the etherean column that extended down to the earth was made secure around the borders of Whaga, by the sea and the high mountains to the north.
Again I said: O Jehovih, deliver the earth from evil, for Your glory, forever!
And the vortex of the earth closed in from the rim, and lo, the earth was broken! A mighty continent was cut loose from its fastenings, and the fires of the earth came forth in flames and clouds, with loud roaring. And the land rocked to and fro like a ship at sea.
Again I said: O Jehovih, deliver Your heavens, which are bound like a chain, to a rotten carcass.
And again the vortex of the earth closed in on all sides, and by the pressure, the land sank beneath the water, to rise no more. And the corporeans went down to death; and the fetals and familiars gave up the battle; neither did they have anywhere to stand, nor did they know how to go to any place in all the heavens, but were lost and crying out for help.
And my hosts hastened in all directions with their birth‑blankets, and received the druj, fetals and es’yans, in the millions and millions; gathered and delivered them to the fountain of light, where I had provided atmosphere for them; and they were placed within. So great were their numbers, that even Gods had scarcely seen anything like it before; and in order to attest before You, O Jehovih, I had them numbered, using the sections of the divisions of my Gods and Goddesses in order to do so. ||
|| References to the lost continent of Mu can be traced back to 1864 and a French archaeologist named Charles-Etienne Brasseur de Bourbourg. He had become fascinated by hieroglyphics found on Mayan ruins that dated back several centuries. By the time Spanish explorers had reached the New World areas of Mexico and Central America in the 1500s, the great centers of Mayan civilization had long been abandoned and were being reclaimed by the rainforest. Brasseur traveled to Spain to look at artifacts of Mayan civilization. In a library in Madrid he discovered a purported guide to Mayan hieroglyphics. Using the guide to decipher a rare Mayan manuscript, he learned about an ancient land that had sunk into the ocean after a volcanic eruption. Figures corresponding to letters "M" and "U" were connected with the lost land, and Brasseur determined that the lost continent was named Mu. Using that same guide, however, later scholars were unable to decipher such a story, or to even make sustained and meaningful text from the hieroglyphics. It was not until the mid-twentieth century that a thorough guide to interpreting Mayan hieroglyphics was established.
Nevertheless, Brasseur's version of a lost continent won some favorable attention. An archaeologist named Augustus Plongeon (1825-1908) used a similar key to decipher hieroglyphics at one of the first excavations of Mayan sites. He allegedly uncovered a story about two brothers who vied for a queen named Moo (which he connected with Mu). One of the brothers was killed, and the other took power just before a catastrophe struck Mu. Queen Moo fled before the catastrophe. Speculations quickly added that she had reached Egypt, became revered as the goddess Isis, founded Egyptian civilization, and directed the building of the Sphinx.
In the mid-nineteenth century, Charles Darwin's (1809-1882) theory of evolution, Origin of the Species, was published. Although the theory became widely accepted among scientists, it was also extremely controversial. One point of contention concerned an animal and layers of sediment found in South Africa, the island of Madagascar, and India, all of which are in the same region but separated by expanses of water. The lemur, a predecessor of monkeys, had the same traits in each locale. According to Darwin's theory, the animal should have developed some unique traits respective to the different environments. Similarities in sediments in each of the areas also raised questions. Scientists began to speculate that a land bridge once existed in the Indian Ocean that connected the three areas.
English zoologist Phillip L. Schlater proposed the name Lemuria after the lemur for this former land now sunk in the Indian Ocean. The land bridge idea was supported by noted scientists, including German naturalist Heinrich Haeckel (1834-1919) and Alfred Russell Wallace (1823-1913), who had developed a theory of evolution similar to Darwin's. Seas and continents were thought to be immobile in those days before the theory of continental drift, and no fossils of early humans had yet been found. Haeckel used Lemuria, which had sunk into the sea, to explain the absence of early human fossils. Lemuria became a respected term among educated people in Europe and America.
In the 1880s, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-1891) formed the Theosophical Society with psychic investigator Henry Steel Olcott. In her book The Secret Doctrine (1888), she claimed to have learned of Lemuria in The Book of Dzyan, which she said was composed in Atlantis and shown to her by survivors of that lost continent. Her source may have been Sanskrit legends that tell of the former continent of Rutas that sank beneath the sea.|| Extract from unexplainedstuff.com
||.....the Pacific Ocean, on the bed of which is supposed to be the remains of Mu, which originally stretched from north of Hawaii to Polynesia and the strange Easter Island in the South Pacific. Perhaps the most definitive work on Mu was the book, The Lost Continent of Mu, written by James Churchward and was first published in 1926 - a book, incidentally, which is invariably referred to by other Mu-minded writers. Churchward, who had served with the British Army in India, claimed that his main source of information about Mu came from the inscribed `Naacal tablets' which were shown to him and translated by a Hindu temple priest. There were only two sets of these tablets (in the shape of flattened human figures) - the set which he saw in India and another in Mexico, discovered by a colleague, William Niven, an American engineer to whom Churchward dedicated his book.|| Extract from Mysteries.pwp.blueyonds.co.uk
All Oahspe references are from the Standard Edition Oahspe of 2007