Architecture of the Imagination
Architecture of the Imagination
Throughout our Realm and across the Earth we have amazing architectural buildings that are the perfection of art. Our Old World Cities were created with sacred geometry, flawlessly constructed with ratios and perspectives, grand structures of brick and stone that still stand strong today as monuments of a lost world, even though most were constructed during the 1800's we are told. We are just relearning how to replicate these marvelous buildings today. Before the earliest recollection of humans- before the ancient civilization, before antiquity, back into the time of the gods, there are iconic buildings that were built either by magic or the hands of giants. In our modern fantasy we have castles and palaces, Elf temples and Dwarf cities that abound in the same architecture, they are all described as being created with magic. As we compare these fantastic structures with the cities of our Old World we may discover that they are not fantasy after all. In our modern world the architecture we find all over the earth are a part of our consciousness, even though few are able to see, and even less realize their significance- it makes us wonder if they too were created with magic, or by the hand of giants. Only from the Architects imagination could these buildings have originated.
Part One: Before Antiquity
|Augustus Le Plongeon|
Most of what we know today about Mu comes from James Churchward who wrote 3 books on the subject at the age of 75- 'The Lost Continent of Mu: The Motherland of Man' in 1926, 'The Children of Mu' in 1931, and 'The Sacred Symbols of Mu' in 1933. They are still in publication today. The Lost Continent of Mu- pdf
Churchward gives a clear description of Mu being located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, and was the home of the advanced civilization of the Naacal- who existed from 50,000 years ago, to its demise in a single night 12,000 years ago. He said Mu had a population of 64 million people, who were separated into 10 tribes with 7 major cities. Countries like India, Babylon, Persia, Egypt and the Mayas were colonies of Mu- where they followed one government and one religion. He claimed that the lost continent of Mu was the origin of all the great civilizations of our past, including Atlantis and Lemuria, and was the source of all the megalithic architecture. His evidence points to all the corresponding symbols around the world between earth and sky, especially in the Sun which he claimed was a universal symbol that came from Mu.
The interior of the temple, finished in ivory, gold, silver, and orichalch, was told to be the grandest ever constructed. A colossal effigy of Poseidon, standing in his chariot, driving 6 winged horses, towered above everything to the roof, and was surrounded by 100 sea nymphs- the Nereid. daughter's of the sea god Nereus, riding golden dolphins.
Temples of Poseidon
|Inside The Church of the Mary Immaculate (190?)|
The Church of the Mary Immaculate was constructed by Architect, George Dillon Curtis- who designed it after La Madeleine in Paris, France. The building is a fantastic example of Roman Classicism Architecture. The entrance is a Doric portico with 6 classical Greek columns approximately 6.1 meters (20 feet) tall. Classical detailing dominates the exterior. 3 large doors take you inside, where the interior composite columns support a massive Neo-baroque, architecturally designed tunnel vaulted roof- that are usually constructed of brick or stone. Construction on the temple was completed in 1 year, and was formally dedicated by Father N. Coccola on October 22, 1899.
Part 2: The Abodes of the gods
Part 3: Lost Cities
Part 4: Modern Fantasy