Maui, Lemuria, Mu

Maui, Lemuria, Mu

Geology and Topography

Maui’s diverse landscapes are the result of a unique combination of geology, topography, and climate. Each volcanic cone in the chain of the Hawaiian Islands is built of dark, iron-rich/quartz-poor rocks, which poured out of thousands of vents as highly fluid lava, over a period of millions of years. Several of the volcanoes were close enough to each other that lava flows on their flanks overlapped one another, merging into a single island. Maui is such a “volcanic doublet,” formed from two shield volcanoes that overlapped one another to form an isthmus between them.

 
The older, western volcano has been eroded considerably and is cut by numerous drainages, forming the peaks of the West Maui Mountains (in Hawaiian, Mauna Kahalawai). Pu’u Kukui is the highest of the peaks at 5,788 feet (1,764 m). The larger, younger volcano to the east, Haleakala, rises to more than 10,000 feet (3,000 m) above sea level, and measures 5 miles (8.0 km) from seafloor to summit, making it one of the world’s highest mountains.

The eastern flanks of both volcanoes are cut by deeply incised valleys and steep-sided ravines that run downslope to the rocky, windswept shoreline. The valley-like Isthmus of Maui that separates the two volcanic masses was formed by sandy erosional deposits.

Maui’s last eruption (originating in Haleakala’s Southwest Rift Zone) occurred around 1790; two of the resulting lava flows are located at Cape Kina’u between Ahihi Bay and La Perouse Bay on the southwest shore of East Maui, and at Makaluapuna Point on Honokahua Bay on the northwest shore of West Maui. Although considered to be dormant by volcanologists, Haleakala is certainly capable of further eruptions.

Maui is part of a much larger unit, Maui Nui, that includes the islands of Lana’i, Kaho’olawe, Moloka’i, and the now submerged Penguin Bank. During periods of reduced sea level, including as recently as 20,000 years ago, they are joined together as a single island due to the shallowness of the channels between them.

Source: Wikipedia

Metaphysical Insights
“The Hawaiian Islands are energy receivers and transmitters. They act like condensed chakras for the planet, bringing in energy, transmuting and transducing that energy. And then, they put it back out in a new form that is accessible to the ones living here on these islands that participate in this transmutation. Some do that unconsciously and some consciously.”

We [Haleakala] take in energy that comes from the Cosmos, the One Being, and we absorb it into the mountain… and then we push that energy into your world. That energy is like a beacon… going out like out of a fountain up and then it rains down. Bringing in very powerful energies that cannot be absorbet by the ones on the planet nor by the planet as a whole. Haleakala acts like a receiving station much like a very large magnet.

Haleakala Entities channeled by Lisa Hamilton

Lemuria – Mu

magical place 2“Lemuria was an ancient civilization which existed prior to and during the time of Atlantis. Physically, it is believed that Lemuria existed largely in the Southern Pacific, between North America and Asia/Australia. Lemuria is also sometimes referred to as Mu, or the Motherland (of Mu). At its peak of civilization, the Lemurian people were both highly evolved and very spiritual. While concrete physical evidence of this ancient continent may be difficult to find, many people “know” that they have a strong connection to Lemuria.”

Source: Lemuria.net

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