My sister Sharon and her ex-first husband Mike lived on Santorini Island for 5 years. Mike was a certified scuba diver for an archaeology team. This later inspired my sister Sharon to become a certified scuba diver when she eventually moved to Florida. While living on Santorini Island, an island that some theorize could be part of Atlantis, Sharon and Mike had the opportunity to visit Athens, Greece; Sicily; Rome, Italy and the mysterious island of Malta. Sharon describes Santorini Island as paradise on Earth.
Thomas Atkinson from Devon, England says that he visited Malta in 1982 with his wife. While exploring some of the underground dwellings, his wife was pushed by an invisible force and scratched across her chest. Thomas and his wife saw a hideous ghostly image of a woman, who was hissing at them. As they watched this ghost, this demon, it simply faded away into nothingness. Guillaume Laurent of Marseille, France was visiting Malta in 2002. While he and his buddy Marcus was exploring the underground complexes, they came upon a woman standing alone, facing a wall. The woman sounded like she was crying. Guillaume went up to the woman to see if anything was wrong. The woman turned around quickly and placed a sword underneath Guillaume’s throat. The woman then laughed and vanished before their eyes. Guillaume asked a few locals about this strange demon creature and one local called the entity the Malta She-Devil. Guillaume is positive that the Malta She-Devil is some sort of demon that roams the underground of Malta. Special Note: HPI Forensic Artist William Carlisle drew the above shown drawing of the Malta She-Devil.
MALTA’S ANCIENT ALIEN THEORY:
The mysterious Mediterranean island of Malta lies south of Sicily and is home to megalithic structures built by a mysterious prehistoric society. Some ancient astronaut theorists believe that an intellectually advanced race of extraterrestrials created these magnificent underground structures and the structures seen above ground. According to various archaeologists and scientists, these massive blocks even pre-date the Great Pyramid of Giza. Just who were the people that built these sophisticated structures? Local folklore describes Malta as being the home of giants and the legendary one-eyed creature known as Cyclops. These massive stone structures are credited to the Nephilim, the fallen ones. Looking at these structures, one can only conclude that only an advanced race of people could have made these structures. Even now in modern times, we would have an incredible hard time duplicating the complexity of these structures. Ancient Astronaut theorist Giorgio Tsoukalos when investigating Malta, looked at these giant stone structures, unexplained rock carvings and mysterious elongated skulls. Giorgio sees only one direction for these incredible finds. There has to be an extraterrestrial connection. All of the legends of Malta, explain that an advanced race of giants created all of these structures. I tend to believe in Malta’s legends. There is always a foundation of truth to all legends and myths. There just can’t be any other explanation for how these megalithic structures were built. My sister Sharon would tell you that these structures would take your breath away.
INFORMATION FROM THE NET:
“Archaeological evidence suggests that around 4,000 BCE, the people of Malta and Gozo began building with the purpose of ritualizing life and death. The Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, one of the first and most famous of such complexes, is an underground network of alcoves and corridors carved into soft Globigerina limestone just three miles from what is now the capital city of Valletta. The builders expanded existing caves and over the centuries excavated deeper, creating a temple, cemetery and funeral hall that would be used throughout the Żebbuġ, Ġgantija and Tarxien periods. Over the next 1,500 years, known as the Temple Period, above-ground megalith structures cropped up throughout the archipelago, many with features that mirror their subterranean counterparts.
Whatever remained of the above-ground megalithic enclosure that once marked the Hypogeum’s entrance was destroyed by industrialization during the late 1800s. Now, visitors enter through a modernized lobby, then descend a railed walkway and move chronologically through two of the site’s three tiers, glimpsing along the way evidence of the structure’s dual role as worship and burial place.”
Below is a report I received by email from Matteo Palmier. Matteo does not tell us about a story about The Nephilim or a story about a she-devil. He tells us a ghost story and this ghost named the Blue Dolphin House Specter still haunts the island of Malta today. Below is Matteo’s story…..
MATTEO PALMIER IN HIS OWN WORDS SAYS:
The Blue Dolphin House: Malta Ghost Story
“It was during the time of the British rule in Malta when two drunken sailors were walking along the streets of Valetta, when upon reaching City Gate, they were accosted by a beautiful woman wearing the traditional Maltese costume, the ghonnella. She asked them if they could accompany her home. Even though they didn’t feel like walking much, they partially consented because they felt fascinated by the beautiful lady. They followed her and when they reached the house in St Ursola Street, she asked them if they could help her inside as she had left the key inside.
The soldiers were bewildered by such a request but nonetheless decided to help out the mysterious lady. After some time one of the naval men managed to clamber inside where he found the key. When he managed to open the door for the lady and his friend, the lady took off her ghonnella to reveal beautiful black locks. When she started to light the house, the splendor and richness of the house left them gaping. Now that they were in the company of a beautiful lady and in a magnificent setting, they felt more relaxed. However, as time drew nigh, they felt more weary and left the house. One of the sailors realized he had left a very expensive silver cigarette case inside the house and they decided they would call again on the morrow to get it. The next day they were shocked to find the same house in a very dilapidated state. They were told by one of the neighbors that the house was said to be haunted and that sometimes they could see the house lit from outside.
This house is still abandoned in St. Ursula Street In Valletta, Malta and when you pass at night you feel the chill, coldness and even if you are lucky you can also see the light, since it is still haunted and if you have the guts you can take a peek inside one of the windows still present!
You have the picture of the house attached …… this is real and in Malta many people know this story.”