Princess Sharula Dux – Emissary of Telos from
Interview with Sharula Dux by
Princess Sharula Dux is a woman known to me for many
years. Her message is amazing, yet simple: she is from Telos, a Lemurian
city beneath Mt. Shasta. She has come to the surface to begin sharing
her culture with ours, so that we might mutually benefit and become
one whole civilization.
Several times over the years I have known her, I have
heard Sharula speak. I have listened very carefully; never have I heard
her contradict herself on the information, which to our ears is complex.
She is unassuming; she has a good sense of humor, and gives a lot of
love to those around her. She feels like an old and wise being.
In 1995, with Sharula’s permission, I combined information
from two tapes she recorded about Telos with my memory of her answers
to questions I and others have asked her. I gave it the form of an interview.
She has approved it in its entirety.
Joanna Cherry: Sharula, why was Telos
Sharula Dux: Twenty-five thousand years ago, there
were two major civilizations of Earth. One was based in the continent
of Lemuria, or Mu, which included the area of much of the Pacific Ocean,
the western United States, and parts of Asia. The other was Atlantis,
over much of what is now the Atlantic Ocean and parts of Africa and
Europe. There was a disagreement between these two civilizations concerning
thesocial and political evolution of the rest of the human race: Lemuria
wanted the less advanced civilizations of Earth to remain free, and
Atlantis wanted to govern or control them. A lengthy war broke out between
the two. These wars became so severe–they even included thermo-nuclear
warheads–that karmic energies were set in motion that would eventually
sink both continents.
JC: You used thermo-nuclear warheads?
Is there any evidence of this that we can see today?
SD: Yes, the Gobi desert and the Sahara desert, to
name just two. After the war, many of the Melchizedek priests and priestesses
of Lemuria saw into the future, and foretold the sinking of the continent.
They began to look for a place to move. They settled on Mt. Shasta in
the eastern part of Lemuria, a great mountain already considered sacred,
and which they understood would be safe in the coming cataclysm. They
decided to build underground, partly because of the shocks Earth would
sustain from the sinking of two continents, and partly because the original
atmospheric mantle of Earth had gone, subjecting life on the surface
to harmful ultra-violet rays.
In deciding where to build their city, they came upon a great domed
cavern within Mt. Shasta, several square miles in area and hundreds
of feet high. This became the top level of Telos.
JC: Why was it named “Telos”?
SD: The whole southwestern United States was then called
Telos, which means “union with spirit”, so that name was
chosen for the city. Four levels were built under the top level, five
levels in all, and the city was built to house up to two million people.
JC: How many people live in Telos now?
SD: One and a half million. But it began with only
25,000 people, who moved into Telos 100 years before Lemuria sank. Very
few others survived the earthquakes, tidal waves and volcanic activity
that accompanied the sinking. JC: When was this? SD: About 12,000 years
JC: What about the Atlanteans? Did they
build an underground city also?
SD: Yes, under the Mato Grosso plateau of Brazil.
JC: Are there any other subterranean
SD: Yes, in fact there is a whole group of subterranean
cities called the Agartha Network. The Lemurians petitioned the Agartha
Network to become a member. But as the people of the Agartha cities
are wise and non-violent, Lemuria had to convince Agartha that it had
learned from its mistakes and would embark upon a course of peace. This
JC: How many cities are in the Agartha
SD: One hundred twenty.
JC: Where exactly under Mt. Shasta is
SD: The domed cavern is over most of the base of Mt.
Shasta, and the top of the dome is about halfway up the mountain. The
fifth, lowest level is about a mile beneath ground level. Each level
is several square miles.
JC: What are on the different levels
SD: The top level under the dome is the main part of
the city. Most people live there, most commerce takes place there, and
that’s where our public buildings are. It’s the heart and
soul of Telos. Directly in the center is the Temple–we are a temple
society–built to hold 10,000 people. It is white and pyramid-shaped,
with a capstone made of “livingstone,” a substance from
Venus. It looks crystalline, and emanates all the rays of the color
spectrum. The Temple is dedicated to the Order of Melchizedek, a cosmic
priesthood of our universe, dedicated to embodying the light plan given
to us by the higher levels of the Godhead. On the top level are also
our council buildings and our record buildings. We have records of Lemuria,
Atlantis, Egypt, other past Earth civilizations, even civilizations
of other planets. There is a building that manages the communications
within Telos, between Telos and the other subterranean cities of Agartha,
and places off-planet. It also monitors radio and TV from the surface.
JC: What about entertainment? Do you
have fun in Telos?
SD: Indeed we do! We have pleasure places for sports,
plays, films, music, and dancing. We have a place a lot like the Holodeck
in Star Trek, where you create virtual reality for yourself in any adventure
you want: climb a mountain, swim a river, go back in history, etc.
SD: We also have a building that houses multi-tracking,
amino-based computers. These computers are alive. They operate on the
Christ-mind and therefore cannot be corrupted. They can read the records
of the past, they can read your past lives if you wish and even show
them to you; they can read your aura or the health of your body and
tell you what you need. They can play your “soul note”,
which helps you to meditate clearly, and they can communicate with you
on a soul level. They can communicate across galaxies. They help train
the Christ mind in people, and we depend on them quite a bit.
JC: What a wonderful thing.
SD: On the second level we have classes, manufacturing
of clothes and furniture and other things, and more people living. On
the third level are our hydroponic gardens, where we grow all our food.
We’ve been vegetarian for over 12,000 years, and we live on vegetables,
fruits, grains, nuts, soybeans etc. Our crops grow in water; some minerals
are added, but there’s no fertilizer and no soil depletion. Our
crops grow much faster than on the surface, and we’re able to
feed 1 1/2 million people from just a few square miles of land, and
give enough variety for eating to be pleasurable.
JC: Do any of your supplies come from
SD: No, we trade with the other Agartha cities. The
fourth level is half hydroponic gardens, part manufacturing and part
nature. The fifth level is our nature level. People come here to relax.
We’ve created lakes and grown tall trees–there’s a
park atmosphere. Animals live there, some of which no longer exist on
the surface such as the saber-tooth tiger, the mastodon and the do-do
bird. We were able to save them and bring them down to Telos.
JC: Do you keep them in zoos?
SD: No, people and animals get along peacefully in
Telos. We’ve trained the carnivors to eat vegetarian food, and
gradually they’ve lost their aggression. So literally, here the
lion is lying down with the lamb! And you can actually play with a big
JC: How can you live under the earth?
Do you have light?
SD: Yes, we have a process in which stones with a high
crystalline content are fused with an electro-magnetic force field of
energy. This causes the crystalline matrix of the stone to create a
polarity that allows the stone to pull in invisible rays and re-emit
them as visible, full-spectrum light. The stone becomes like a small
sun, for about 500,000 years. We dim them at night to stay on the same
24-hour day as you have on the surface.
JC: What about air? How do you get enough
SD: We’ve created an eco-system. We get our oxygen
from the plants and trees that grow here, though some vents do go to
the surface. Water in some areas moves at high speeds, circulating air
and negative ions. This is so effective, we have less and less dependence
on air vents, and this is good because even the air around Mt. Shasta
is becoming more polluted.
JC: How do you get around in Telos?
SD: We do a lot of walking, but there are three ways
we can travel more quickly. One is something based on crystalline technology
and looks just like a basket. You get in, and the basket is guided by
your mind–you lift up into the air and float to your destination.
This is used for travel around the city. The second method is an electro-magnetic
sled that looks like a snowmobile, also used within the city. We can
get from Mt. Shasta to Mt. Lassen, an extension of Telos [about 50 miles
away], within a few minutes. The third way is electro-magnetic trains
that travel at thousands of miles per hour through tubes, never touching
the sides. These are similar to your subway trains, and are how we travel
to the other subterranean cities around the planet.
JC: Do you build your tubes like we
build our subway tunnels?
SD: No. We created the tubes with a boring machine
that melts rock and earth to white-hot incandescence and then cools
it again instantly, forming a diamond-hard, water-tight substance that
is also elastic enough to move with an earthquake, like rubber. We build
walls the same way, and there are even subterranean cities under
ocean water that have been built this way. We are preparing to bring
this technology to the surface when the time is right.
JC: Sharula, could you be the “Bonnie”
one author writes of in Mt. Shasta: Home of the Ancients?
SD: Yes, I am that one. In those days I used a name
to fit more easily with your society. But when I came to the surface
to stay for a time, I wanted to use my real name.
JC: Are there others from Telos up here
SD: Yes, people from all subterranean cities have merged
with life on the surface, to benefit both civilizations. Some of them
are well known.
JC: How does a Telosian come to the
SD: There are three ways. There are entrances on Mt.
Shasta, with holographic screening devices to make them invisible from
the outside. If somebody wants to enjoy the stars or wander a bit on
the mountain, he’ll use these. The second way is to take a tube,
such as to Los Angeles or another subterranean city of the Agartha network.
And finally, you can take a scout ship, one of the smaller “space
ships” we have.
JC: So some of those ships we see are
SD: Yes, we call them the Silver Fleet. Along with
the scout ships, we have three large mother ships. When the mother ships
come out–the mountain opens physically–we don’t want
to scare people, so we’ve invented machines to create a cloud
cover–you call them “cloud ships”.
JC: Could one of us from the surface
go down into Telos?
SD: In Telos there is no judgment of others, and we
have telepathy between minds. Most people on the surface have judgment
thoughts, and these are physically painful to a Telosian. Some are invited
to go down, mostly students of spiritual masters. As the world changes
into greater light and love, our two societies will come together. This
will be a long-awaited and joyous time!
JC: When do you think that might be?
SD: We don’t know yet; when there is enough readiness
in people on the surface.
JC: Would you describe a typical life
in Telos, from birth?
SD: Well, when a woman first realizes she’s pregnant,
she goes to a temple room where she’s given lots of loving support
and surrounded with beautiful pictures and music. She sees her baby
as beautiful and perfect. This love and perfection go right into its
cells. Wonderful building blocks! Both parents talk to the child with
great love, sing to it, etc. So it really knows it is loved and wanted.
Pregnancy lasts only three months.
JC: Three months! But how does the baby
SD: That’s all a baby needs in the womb; it’s
born quite healthy and strong.
JC: What a difference!
SD: When the baby is ready to be born, the mother goes
to a birthing section of the temple, where she’s assisted by a
birthing priestess. The birth is under water– painless–which
is best for both the mother and the baby.
JC: Why is that a good way?
SD: As birth usually is on the surface, the baby’s
umbilical cord is cut long before it is ready or able to breathe easily
and naturally. Often it is struck in order to start its breathing, so
its first breath is taken in pain and fear. This leads to people shutting
down their breath during life–being half alive!–and to diseases
such as emphysema and other lung problems.
When a baby is born in Telos, it slides right in to warm
water. It feels right at home. It continues to be connected to the mother
by the umbilical cord for perhaps half an hour, while it floats around
and rests from the birth process, being loved and welcomed by its parents.
Finally, it starts to breathe fully on its own. Only then is the cord
painlessly cut with a laser.
For the next two years, the father stays home to help
with this crucial time of the child’s life. It’s vital that
both father and mother, female and male are present for a child to be
fully balanced. Each child is given twelve sets of godparents, most
often with children of their own. It spends time with all these families,
and begins to feel like all the world is family. This discourages cliques
from forming, and de-rigidifies family patterns.
Education begins at three years, and it’s based
on the intelligence of the child, not its ignorance. Meditation is taught,
reading, dance, sports, math, acting, abstract concepts, playwriting.
The kids are taught to think for themselves, and work things out. In
a “play and learn” concept, they learn self-expression without
violence. Beginning at age five, astral projection is taught, so that
children can travel out of body and learn many things. They visit records
of the past and view history for themselves; they visit the surface
and even other planets. They learn that angels are real, and develop
the faith to manifest from the unseen to the seen. They become wise
and strong in themselves; there’s no victimhood.
We call the teenage years the “years of temporary
insanity.” Kids join with others of their age under the supervision
of wise and loving adults. They create plays, they might run wild in
the lower caverns for a few days, scream and holler and let out their
energy positively. They grow into whole adults–no alcoholism or
JC: Is there any insanity on Telos?
JC: Any crime?
JC: How about poverty?
SD: No, everyone has what they need and want.
JC: What is a typical home like?
SD: Homes are based on sacred geometries, mostly spheres.
Our public buildings look a lot like those of ancient Greece.
JC: Do you have electricity and appliances
like we do?
SD: We’ve developed machinery to tap energy from
the ethers, so we don’t need electricity. Some appliances are
similar to yours, but more advanced. We even have a replicator, as on
your TV show Star Trek, but most of the time people like to cook for
JC: Is your food anything like a surface
SD: Very similar. We’ve stolen some of your ideas;
we love pizza! Also chocolate.
JC: Do you have pets in Telos?
SD: Yes, just like you.
JC: How tall are Telosians, on average?
SD: About a foot taller than surface folks.
JC: And what’s the average life
SD: There’s no aging in Telos. We are genetically
exactly the same as you, but we know we do not age; so we don’t.
There are a few American Indians in Telos, and they’re hundreds
of years or more old now.
JC: How old are you?
SD: 269. Most Telosians are between a few hundred and
a few thousand years old. One man has been in his body for 30,000 years.
We jokingly nicknamed him “Longest”!
JC: So you’re a youngster! What
about dating? Do you get a gal who’s 25 dating a guy who’s
SD: Often! (Laughs)
JC: Is there any death in Telos?
SD: Yes, but it’s rare. Sometimes a person dies
in an accident. Pets do die.
JC: What happens when someone is ready
to leave Telos?
SD: A large portion of people ascend–take their
body into light and move into a lighter dimension. Others may not be
ready to ascend, so they learn how to leave their body, and then dematerialize
JC: How does a society work where people
just stay around?
SD: When people know they’re going to live as
long as they want to, and even stay young as long as they like, there
comes a completely different feeling about life than you have on the
surface. There’s not that “You’re only young once!”
kind of wildness that happens a lot in your society, with reckless behavior
and maybe even drugs or alcohol. Also, since you live for hundreds or
thousands of years, you make sure you’re taking care of the environment!
You’re more responsible. The most wonderful thing about living
without aging or dying is that you get to do all the things you want
to do. Up here, just about the time someone gets enough wisdom and knowledge
to start really living, he’s grown too old to do much with it.
JC: How is Telos governed?
SD: We have a Council of Twelve Plus One. The twelve
who head the Temple are six men and six women, mostly ascended masters,
people of high wisdom who stay balanced in any situation. They always
set the good of the many above their own personal good, by following
what God wants.
JC: What is the “Plus One”?
SD: The “One” is either the High Priest
and Priestess, or the King and Queen of Telos. The Order of Melchizedek
always balances male and female, which is vital to spiritual enlightenment.
JC: Who are the High Priest and Priestess?
SD: They are working partners. The High Priest is Adama,
an ascended master working directly under Archangel Michael. He is a
blue ray master, assisting humanity with ascension. The High Priestess
is Terra Ra. She teaches the students in the Temple and is much loved
by them. She also is an ascended master.
JC: And the king and queen of Telos?
SD: They are Ra and Rana Mu. This lineage is unbroken
for over 30,000 years. Though royalty is inherited, it doesn’t
pass automatically to the oldest son or daughter. The king and queen
decide which of their children or grandchildren is most capable of the
job. That one then goes through full Temple training and becomes a Melchizedek
Priest or Priestess.
JC: You are called “Princess.”
Does that have anything to do with this lineage?
SD: Yes, I am a daughter of Ra and Rana Mu.
JC: Who makes the governing decisions?
SD: The Council of Twelve. When it makes a decision,
the king and queen can back it, or they may request a change. If there
is an unresolved question, the High Priest and Priestess have the final
word. Below the main Council of Twelve are lower Councils of Twelve
which handle any local disputes. Individual problems or arguments are
handled by an arbitrator, a priest or priestess who has access to the
akashic records of the past.
JC: Why is this helpful?
SD: Because often disputes come forward from previous
incarnations. When a decision is made, each person understands it is
best for all concerned, and the matter is closed.
JC: Do you have money on Telos?
SD: No, we have a non-monetary basis of exchange.
JC: How does this work?
SD: The government owns everything, but isn’t
responsible for controlling anything. It makes sure, for instance, that
food gets to the distribution outlets. When you need something–food,
clothes, furniture, art, books, etc.–you simply go to a distribution
center and pick it up.
JC: If people don’t need to work
for money on Telos, how does everything get done?
SD: Each person chooses what he wants to do. Say he
decides to work in the hydroponic gardens; he sets his own hours, and
lets his “foreman” know when he’ll be there. And he
does show up, because he knows everyone’s well-being depends upon
his doing his part. Some people’s gifts are art, massage, etc.
People have plenty of time to meditate, play, rest, go to the Temple
for training, and grow spiritually.
JC: What about the jobs nobody wants
to do, like collecting the garbage?
SD: We all take turns doing community service–even
Council of Twelve members. There is no one better than, and no one less
than. So we might give four hours a month to collect and dematerialize
the garbage, weed the gardens, pick up animal droppings, etc. We’re
doing it with others so it becomes fun, we sing and have a good time.
JC: You actually dematerialize garbage?
JC: Could we ever use that skill on
the surface! Do people get married on Telos?
SD: Yes, we have two kinds of marriages, bond marriage
and sacred marriage. When two people feel they really have something
together, they care for each other and want to see where it’s
going, they go to a priest or priestess and commit to a bond marriage.
Sometimes these last for hundreds of years, but are usually shorter.
Bond marriage partners don’t have children. If the marriage doesn’t
work, they simply go again to the priest or priestess and it is dissolved–no
stigma, no disharmony. When a bond marriage becomes very deep and lasting,
the two may choose a sacred marriage. This might happen after two hundred
years together, or two months. They have a beautiful, large wedding.
All of our children come from sacred marriages.
JC: Why did you choose to marry a man
from the surface level of Earth?
SD: He is my twin flame, the masculine half of my soul.
He chose to incarnate on the surface level to help fulfill our work
together, that of merging our two societies into one.
JC: Are any of these master abilities
practiced by at least some Telosians: 1) travel by thought (leaving
no form behind); or 2) manifestation from the ether?
SD: People who have gone through temple training do
learn these things eventually, when they are ready.
JC: Sharula, thank you for coming up
to be with us and help merge our two societies. How long do you think
you will stay on the surface?
SD: That is up to spirit.