Lemurian Scrolls


Piles of gold and silver

brought by the inhabitants of the surrounding communities to the Lemurian monasteries served as destination markers for the devas and Mahadevas, as these glowing substances were easily visible from the Third World. Along some of the walls inside of the monastery were holes bored in which the Lemurians slept and left their physical bodies while traveling on inner planes of consciousness at night. At these times, they gathered before their guru to receive instruction and inner knowledge. During the day, they disseminated the revelations to family men by speaking through other holes in the wall. The senior minority group was calculated by the youngest among them all, known as the Vadivel, by studying the wooden sticks on which monastics kept track of their seniority age. Aum.§