Legends of Mount Shasta
by Juan Hu Nu
Published by Juan Hu Nu at Smashwords
Copyright 2011, by Juan Hu Nhu
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I can no longer remain silent. As even the myths and legends about Mount Shasta have reached my home country in Asia, and many of my country people are journeying there, hoping to meet the great master Adama and be taken into the inner city of Telos. As all have returned disappointed, and being an investigative reporter by trade, I thought I should investigate these stories to see what their truth might be. In this book I have focused only on the origins of the beings known as Sananda, Adama and the city of Telos.
Where there is smoke there is fire, the expression goes, but often when the smoke clears we find that the fire was not so great. That may be the case with Mount Shasta, a great mystical center, no doubt, that reportedly is home base to the ascended masters, a focal point for UFO activity and the location of ancient survivors from the sunken continent Lemuria. But, how many of these myths and legends are really true? I have often found that mystical smoke, generated by would-be prophets, is often the most impenetrable, for it is so easy to deceive those who want to believe, and in this area the deceivers are very often themselves deceived. Let us trace the origin of this smoke.