I Remember Lemuria Retro Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novella CHAPTER I City of the Titans CHAPTER II From Art to Embryology CHAPTER III Terror in Tean City CHAPTER IV Escape Into Space CHAPTER V The Princess Vanue CHAPT

  • Title: I Remember Lemuria
  • Author: Richard S. Shaver
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 214
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  • Retro Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novella CHAPTER I City of the Titans CHAPTER II From Art to Embryology CHAPTER III Terror in Tean City CHAPTER IV Escape Into Space CHAPTER V The Princess Vanue CHAPTER VI Conclave of the Elders CHAPTER VII A Wedding on Nor CHAPTER VIII Return to Mu CHAPTER IX The Abandondero CHAPTER X Into the Tunnels of the Dero CHAPTER XI Battle to theRetro Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novella CHAPTER I City of the Titans CHAPTER II From Art to Embryology CHAPTER III Terror in Tean City CHAPTER IV Escape Into Space CHAPTER V The Princess Vanue CHAPTER VI Conclave of the Elders CHAPTER VII A Wedding on Nor CHAPTER VIII Return to Mu CHAPTER IX The Abandondero CHAPTER X Into the Tunnels of the Dero CHAPTER XI Battle to the Death

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    About “Richard S. Shaver

    1. Richard S. Shaver says:

      Richard Sharpe Shaver October 8, 1907 Berwick, Pennsylvania c November 1975 Summit, Arkansas was an American writer and artist.He achieved notoriety in the years following World War II as the author of controversial stories which were printed in science fiction magazines, primarily Amazing Stories , wherein Shaver claimed that he had personal experience of a sinister, ancient civilization that lived in caverns under the earth The controversy stemmed from the fact that Shaver and his editor publisher Ray Palmer claimed Shaver s writings, while presented in the guise of fiction, were fundamentally true Shaver s stories were promoted by Ray Palmer as The Shaver Mystery.



    2 thoughts on “I Remember Lemuria

    1. I'm kind of uncomfortable treating these stories as conventional science fiction. Based on Richard Shaver's personal history and his frequent assertions that the material is essentially true, any comment or criticism would actually be leveled against the author and his state of mind.On the surface, it seems like a fairly ordinary space opera, with slam-bang action and noble heroes and utterly dastardly villains. But there's a quality to the language and the background and the presentation that f [...]

    2. American pulp SF at its most disparate and batsh*t.Richard Sharpe Shaver - apparently hearing voices through his welding gun revealing to him the existence of subterranean realm of lost civilizations occupied by monstrous 'deros' responsible for much human disaster and calamity. Writing his 'revelations' to Amazing Stories sensationalist editor Ray Palmer who in turn re-wrote them into a number of stories which he published.Thus beginning the so-called "Shaver Mystery" bridging the olden paranor [...]

    3. Sometimes SciFi authors create a world so believable that it is possible to confuse the fiction as real science, and I found this to be true of Richard Sharp Shaver's "I Remember Lemuria." The fact that Shaver himself considered this book to be a transmission from an ancient aspect of himself, Mion Mu Tan certainly helped. The story was of an ancient time on Earth when Atlantis still existed and the science and technology was much advanced compared to our own times. There were many "facts" inclu [...]

    4. I remember Lemuria is supposedly the insane ramblings of a schizophrenic factory worker who is channeling memories of a lost civilization that once inhabited earth. sounds cool right? turns out the book is just a run of the mill sci-fi/space opera story. You're better off reading L. Ron Hubbard if you are looking for insane schizophrenic sci-fi ramblings. or Erich Von Daniken.-d

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