Is Telos, the Lemurian Underground City on Mount Shasta, an Interdimensional Portal?

According to Hopi legend, Mount Shasta, an extinct volcano, is the home of the Lizard People. Some California Indian Tribes considered the mountain forbidden because it was the city of the invisible people. Others later claimed it was a gateway to Lemuria, a 15,000-year-old civilization thought to have lived in dead volcano tunnels after their land was destroyed.


Lemuria, An Ancient Lost Continent

An ancient lost continent that preceded known civilizations such as the legendary Atlantis. There is controversy over exactly where Lemuria is in the Pacific Ocean and whether it predates or contemplates Atlantis.

After publishing Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution in the 1800s, British zoologist Philip Scatler proposed that there was a land bridge connecting the coasts of Southeast Asia and Madagascar to the Malay Archipelago during the Eocene Age. He wanted to explain why lemurs were found in these places and named the land Lemuria.

In 1870, Colonel James Churchward claimed that a Hindu priest had told him about ancient tablets that he called Mu and which contained information about a continent destroyed by a volcanic eruption, tidal waves, and earthquakes.

Some suggest that Lemuria was founded by aliens known as the Lemurians, a kind and peaceful people.

Strange Events on Mount Shasta

The mountain is believed to be one of the seven sacred peaks in the world. Legends of Shasta include those about UFOs, aliens, angels, spirit guides, and masters. Some people claim that the Lemurians lived in the underground city of Telos, an interplanetary and interdimensional portal. Here are a few recorded cases of claiming to have encountered them:

1904: JC Brown, the explorer of a British mining company, reported that he had discovered a cave on the side of the mountain, on the walls of which was a giant skeleton with hieroglyphic inscriptions.

1932: Edward Lanser saw a clan of people living in the high reaches of Shasta, dressed in white robes with large amounts of gold.

1934: Abraham Mansfield says he met a tribe of Lemurians who had dug tunnels connecting Mount Shasta to the Bluff Creek area.

1972: A San Jose man spotted a reptilian hominid. Others saw dwarves, hairy hominids, and white-robed giants.

The domed city is claimed to have five floors. The first level, with a temple housing 50,000 people, is the center of education, administration and trade. Other structures include government buildings, entertainment facilities, schools, the palace for the King and Queen, the spaceport, circular houses, production facilities, and hydroponic gardens where plants are grown in water and hydroponic nutrients.

According to some theorists, Telos has 1.5 million technologically advanced residents. They allegedly speak Solar Maru, the root language of Sanskrit and Hebrew. The average height of humans is between 1.90 and 2.30 meters and they live up to thousands of years.

Telos is ruled by King Ra, Queen Ramu Mu, and a council of six men and six women. There is no monetary system as basic needs are met. The trade is used for luxury goods. The main spiritual activity is Ascension, which specifically involves visiting different dimensions from the third to the fifth.

History of Lemuria and Telos

According to one theory, the Lemurian Age lasted from 4,500,000 BC to 12,000 BC. Aliens from distant universes came to create a paradise. About 25,000 years ago, nuclear weapons were used in the war over ideas between Atlantis and Lemuria. The Lemurians believed that less developed societies should be left to develop in their own time; however, the Atlanteans believed they should be controlled by higher civilizations.

Before the war that destroyed Lemuria, the priests wanted to save their people and their archives and petitioned Shamballa, the capital of the underground civilizations, to build a city under Mount Shasta. Before Lemuria was destroyed, they were allowed to build a city under Mount Shasta, and their records and sacred fire were carried to Telos.

Telos and Lemuria – Science Fiction or Unknown Reality

Much of what has been written sounds like a work of science fiction by Jules Verne or HG Wells. Meetings between aliens, Lemurians, and humans? A domed underground city? The list goes on… But according to some Lemurians, the remains of an underwater Lemurian city were discovered in 1972 in Hawaii between the islands of Maui and Oahu and were covered up in a top secret US Navy Intelligence project.

Japanese divers found the remains of what is believed to be part of Lemuria, off Okinawa, in 1995. Scientists, archaeologists and Lemurians have been studying the find and have concluded that the structures were made by people of an ancient, unknown civilization.

Thomas Edwin Castello, a former head of Dulce Base Security, allegedly a top-secret military operation, claims that Telos and Mount Shasta are a place where Lemurian leaders, aliens and humans meet.

Some people believe that the US Government is keeping important information about Lemuria secret. There have been recent reports of UFOs being covered up, so why not do the same for Lemuria? Is the Telos legend fictitious, real, or some combination of these?

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