Jack Churchward's webpage


As a youth raised on Clearwater Beach, Florida, I participated in archaeological digs and earned the rank of Eagle in the Boy Scouts.
I served six years in the United States Navy and then went back to school and earned my Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of South Florida. I have over forty years experience in the Aerospace and Defense industry, having worked on both manned and unmanned Space and Military platforms. I am a fourth generation engineer and fourth generation patent holder.
After finishing college, I took a dive in the political pond when the People’s Republic of China opened a propaganda theme park in my backyard. I became the coordinator for Citizens Against Communist Chinese Propaganda and the escapades of this fine organization are remembered at caccp.freedomsherald.org. After the park closed, I wrote an Op-Ed for Insight Magazine about the real reason Florida Splendid China packed up and left. Although I had been threatened before, when ‘they’ called from the Chinese Consulate in Houston, Texas (documented here,) and threatened the safety and well-being of family members, it became a family decision to cease all political activity.
After a plethora of unanswered questions, I began my research into the life and theories of my great-grandfather James Churchward, author of the series of books about the Lost Continent of Mu. I have sought to create a more complete understanding of James Churchward and his theories with my website, blog and podcast; however, I do not consider my research to be a continuation of his work. A portion of my research is in print as “Lifting the Veil On The Lost Continent of Mu Motherland of Men,” “The Stone Tablets of Mu” and “Crossing the Sands of Time.”
In 2020, I decided to cut back on the time spent on my research into my great-grandfather and his theories and pursue other activities.
I identify myself as a Tibetan Buddhist and although I own a firearm, I do not consider it a contradiction. Someone must intervene until the police show up.