Welcome to Lemuria

Because Japanese collaborators retained power even after the defeat of Japan, we have been denied the opportunity to thank or even know who our liberators of our town were.

Speaking from my late wife’s and my personal experience in the former US territory, the Philippines will have the same group of families at the top of the food chain.  Having tried everything else, maybe as a Native American, my late wife’s accomplishments would finally be recognized and rewarded.

The more I looked for answers why we are getting this treatment, more questions came up.  My ongoing research forms part of the past, present and future activities of the Foundation.

You will see some of my findings on this site.

 


Maria Elena G. Macario Foundation

Founded in 2013, the Maria Elena G. Macario Foundation will help fund charitable activities such as the lessening the burdens of government, advancement of education or science, eliminating prejudice and discrimination, defending human and civil rights secured by law, relief of the poor, the distressed, or the underprivileged; educational programs and faith-based activities (advancement of religion), among others.

The Maria Elena G. Macario Foundation was founded under Article II-D, and shall be operating for exempt purposes within the meaning of the 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as amended.

 

Objectives

GI's from the Philippines attend Mass in Manila, 1945. Much of our history has been lost over the years.
GI’s from the Philippines attend Mass in Manila, 1945. Much of our history has been lost over the years.
  • Education and Religion; I found out 51 Medal of Honor recipients who won the distinction defending and liberating the Philippines in WWII are virtually unknown in the Philippines and the U.S. This is no longer acceptable.

Here’s an example: Sadly, the Philippines celebrate the Fall of Bataan and the Fall of Corregidor that from the Japanese perspective are in fact celebration of Japanese victory in Bataan and the victory in Corregidor.

I know not of any religion that doesn’t preach giving thanks those you rescued. Even atheists will give thanks and express gratitude for liberating them in WWII.

Over the years, Philippine history and culture have largely been forgotten, robbing us of our identity.

 

  • Lessening the burdens of government. Much of this can be found in my Remote Viewing section.

 


 

Why Lemuria?

According to legend, the continent of Lemuria (or Mu) took up much of the Pacific Ocean. Much of it except for a few islands — the Hawaiian Islands, Easter Island, and the Philippines — remain. Like Atlantis, mystery shrouds Lemuria, though various artifacts found on the islands leave clues.

Lemuria is also an original name of the Philippines.

 


About Ned Macario

Ned Macario’s resume