An insane haul was discovered in 1902 in the small European country of Malta. In there what appeared to be alien bodies had been discovered but because it was such an incredibly damning discovery the authorities kept it hidden for well over 100 years now.
That’s why you haven’t heard anywhere about the alien bodies that had been discovered in Malta.
The ancient burial was discovered after a couple of employees that worked for a real estate company came across it while excavating a nearby site.
The room where all of the discoveries were made was later on referred to as the Oracle Room and inside of it, they uncovered many statues of big women. There was even a statue in the middle of the room that depicted a sleeping woman.
It all dates back to 5,000 years ago which makes this the most ancient burial sanctuary ever known. Inside of it, the team uncovered over 7,000 remains which were believed to be of aliens all along.
The skulls of every one of these ancient creatures were elongated and not only that, but they also had abnormally developed temporal partitions, a lack of fossa, a lack of cranial knitting lines, drill holes, and even a swollen occipital.
The first researchers that confirmed the discovery of this site were Dr. Anton Misfud and Dr. Charles Savona Ventura.
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