posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 01:14 PM
Firstly i would like to make a correction on the article. the word "Hypogeum" is not latin. comes from Greece (which is a common word now used for
the basements and it comes from Υπο (Under) + Γη (Γαια - Gaia) = Earth. So meaning Under The Earth literally.
About that i read about it few times. What i know is that Malta is a very old place. It was an ancient center of civilization already the time that
the Phoenicians took under control. When a team of High Priests of Moloch, - who was one of the Nephilim of the Minotaur Clan, dealing with fire and
the underworld - the people of the island accepted their teachings and also the human sacrifices to exalt Moloch. The reason was that the people of
Malta were already making human sacrifices for the Gods of the underworld, for which they believed that they were living under the island and often
were described as snaked-forms (reptilians we could say i suppose).
From the time of the Phoenicians, Malta had accepted many governors from Rome, Middle East, Normandy, Castillians, and the Order of Saint John of
Jerusalem, later knows as the Rosicrucians and later as the Order of Malta, where they stay there, by having their second HQ in Rome. In the south of
the city of Valeta is the village Casal Paula. In 1902, while minners where digging, the ground under them opened and they felt inside. They
discovered a chain of ancient caves, made most of it on solid rock and they were going deeper in the earth in three lower levels. this is the Hypogeum
we were speaking about.
Close to the ground of the third level, in the last and final (officially) level of these catacombs they found Burial Chambers. They are square size
and only 1x1 m size. they are on the right of the ground and if someone would like to see what is inside would have to knee. the only way to enter is
by crawling. For many years after that, people would say that one of these chambers was not finishing but going all the way in where there are more
It seems to be the same ones, that NG (national Geographic) wrote about in 1940, saying that in these catacombs there used to be in the dark ages and
until the early 1800s a place for homeless people but under there were temples and chambers in there made by some pre-historic people. in a whole next
to the sacrificial chambers they found about 30.000 human skeletons from sacrifices to the gods of the underworld. years before (1940) someone could
walk from the one side of the island to the other but the government close the entrances after the disappearing of 30 children and a teacher, into the
Lois Jessup from the NYSIB wrote that she visited the hypogeum twice. once before the tragedy with the children and one after. She described that in
her first visit in the catacombs, she convinced her guide to examine one of the Sacrificial Chambers close to the last level that was supposed to be
the end. He looked like he knew something that she didn't and he told her that she could enter with her own responsibility in case something happen
to her. She went there by holding a candle in her hand and by using a wide belt as a guide for her friends that were following. She went crawling into
one of the chambers and she found that in was going somewhere. she started to crawl more and she came in a very big cave, on top of a ledge where she
could see a bottomless gap. a little lower, on the other side was another ledge that seemed to lead in another entrance. there, she saw some very
small humanoids with hair all over their bodies. while they were watching her, they raised their hands towards her with their palms pointing at her
and then a sudden wind blew and blew her candle. Then, she felt a wet, slimey "thing" touching her and pass next to her.