The Zu are a kind and loving, family-oriented people, who live by the sea in a large colony. Beautiful gardens dot the landscape, and children everywhere are engaged in a game using long, thin stick and a hard ball made for the sap of large tress found in the surrounding hillsides.The sport is to hit the ball into a ring fixed on a pole at the center of each game site. Compared to the harsh terrain of the At-el homeland,this is a lush land.
Om and Un Towee find between themselves and instant kinship, and plans are quickly made for the journey ahead. While six full cycles of the moon come and go, the Zu–experienced seafarers and boat builders–construct a large sailing vessel for Om and his tribe. The ship, a yawl by today’s definition, can carry all of Om’s people, plus a contingency of 13 Zuleans–one for each month of the year. These 13 are chosen to accompany the At-el as navigators and sailors, and to discover with them this still unknown New World.
On the first new moon, at the exact moment the darken moon reaches its highest point in the sky, Om and his shipmates set sail for the narrow body of water we now call the Red Sea. At this point, it must be understood that the world of Om’s time is geographically much different than our own. From the Red Sea, it is possible to navigate directly into what we call the Mediterranean, and then on into the great Atlantic Ocean, where the land that is the final destination of his vision inspired quest lies waiting.
Six lunar months after their departure, the explorers pass into the straits, today called Gibraltar, and head due west. With the sun rising behind the ship in the morning of the next full moon, the Zulean lookout sights land and calls out to those down below.
Om and his people crowd to the railing to behold the distant shore of a mighty continent. Today all that remains of this great land are the tiny islands we know as the Azores. When the ship reaches its destination and drops anchor some 500 yards from the shore, all aboard–Zuleans and At-el alike– await the next high tide so that they may disembark. They prepare themselves for landing in this new uncharted land by praying, and by purifying themselves with smoke and oil-baths.
At high tide, they put shore in long boats. On the beach, they conduct a ceremony in reverse to the element water; and as Om and his people are from the land of the At-al, they name this new land At-el-an.
Ec-Kar of Atlantis
Ec-Kar is a fifth-level initiate, High Priest of the Educational Presidium, and teacher at the most famous University of Atlantis – Ata-Ruumn. It located on the coast of the city of Poseidia. Poseidia is one of the five large island kingdoms of Atlantis. It is known for its riches, culture, and temples of wisdom. Thousands arrive daily to but, sell, and trade goods, and to attend cultural activities.
He is a man in his eighteenth cycle – each cycle consists of seven years. He is short for Atlantean, standing at 5 feet 6 inches tall, has bronze colored skin, balding head, ad a long white beard. He wears white robes and papyrus-reed sandals. He is telepathic and can manifest before his students at will.
The ‘Hall of Ages’ where Ec-kar has taught his students about their Atlantean heritage and origins.
In the ‘Hall of Sciences’ – Ec-kar has taught collective thought.
Lesson three: Lemuria
Ec-kar’s students consider Lemuria their Motherland. He teaches them that it was in Lemuria that the colonization of Atlantis first began. The Lemurians were like thought projections – not physically solid. It made them higher in frequency and closer to the Creator’s energy vibration level. Their souls came to Earth to experience the physical vibration. They were large in stature, about nine feet tall. Their skin had an aqua cast changing from blue to green in conjunction with two seasonal cycles each year. Their faces were elongated, and oval. Their eyes were large with lids running vertically. The texture of their skin was slightly scaly. They breathed through their skin, not lungs. The temperature of the planet, the atmosphere, the light and the orbits of the other planets were much different then. The first Lemurians were androgynous – neither male nor female.
It all began with the projection of 144 soul groups – representing the projection of 33 million souls. Some of the souls came from the ‘Red Planet’.
Some groups chose water, some the plant kingdom, the mineral kingdom, or the animal kingdom. The greater experiments were with the animal kingdom as this realm allowed for longer life spans and greater mobility. The Earth had giants and elves. Some came from the stars and projected into physical form – Pleiades and Sirius. They came in space craft different than those of the Atlanteans, called Valix.
The Creator formed all souls in his image, as spiritual beings. As the souls reached out to experience different realities they began to define themselves by groups, according to their particular experience. Within this structure each soul group had the ability to chose the physical form it wished to express. Once a soul group was chosen, the soul groups were able to increase their numbers by replicating themselves, much as a single celled life-form divides again and again. Each cell remains a portion of, and a duplicate of, the original.
Ec-Kar teaches that the Earth has seen many civilizations – some of who have come from other worlds to learn and experience.