The Truth of the Mutrum Civilization


What is the Mutrum Civilization? – 300,000 years ago in Antarctica

After the fall of the Gondwana civilization, a new civilization arose in what is now Antarctica. It is called the Mutrum Civilization, which emerged 300,000 years ago.

Some people may think, “Well, there’s nothing in Antarctica.” But at that time, the earth’s axis was off, and the area had a warmer climate. Farming flourished, and food became a major theme in this civilization.

There was a lot of research on food and human nature

There was intense research into food habits and human nature, for example, what dairy products would help people live longer, the relationship between the plants they ate and their temperament, and what other fish they ate to help them develop their muscles.

Whereas the previous Gondwana civilization focused on the expression of psychic abilities, in the Mutram civilization, spirituality tended to be rather lightly regarded.

Civilization is essentially a way for us humans to learn that we are children of God, although it comes in many different shades depending on the civilization.

It is said that Moses was born on the ground about 160,000 years from now, because it is not desirable to focus too much on the study of food habits. His name at that time was Emura, and it is said that he tried to bring about a spiritual revolution by stressing the importance of the life of the mind, not the eating habits, but as it turned out, it did not work. However, he was able to instill an awareness that there are other things besides food habits that are important to humanity.

The pole shift brought an end to the Mutrum civilization

This Mutram civilization was brought to an end by a pole shift. The pole shift is caused by the planets in our solar system all at once, and this has nothing to do with human thought. This caused previously warm regions to become colder and frozen with heavy snowfall.

It is said that even today, traces of this Mutrum civilization remain frozen underneath the Antarctic continent.