Mysterious Granite Head On U. K.’s Isle of Portland.

"The book I have on Portland describes the Head as perhaps being Phoenician, but who knows?”

- Gill Nicholas, resident of Devizes, England

Left:  Is an illustration of an alleged big-nosed, "cloned biological entity (CBE)" with no chin, vertical pupils, large ears, wearing a ropey headdress and holding an alleged communication rod at a New Mexico pre-arranged landing with U. S. government representatives on April 25, 1964. See Glimpses of Other Realities, Vol. I: Facts & Eyewitnesses by Linda Moulton Howe in Earthfiles Shop.   Middle and right: Entity with huge nose, narrow eyes, a "crest" that might be under the CBE's headdress on left. Stone head is allegedly made of granite and currently in the garden of the U. K. Isle of Portland Museum. Historically, the unusual stone head has been linked to Phoenicia. See Websites at end of this report.
Left:  Is an illustration of an alleged big-nosed, "cloned biological entity (CBE)" with no chin, vertical pupils, large ears, wearing a ropey headdress and holding an alleged communication rod at a New Mexico pre-arranged landing with U. S. government representatives on April 25, 1964. See Glimpses of Other Realities, Vol. I: Facts & Eyewitnesses by Linda Moulton Howe in Earthfiles Shop.   Middle and right: Entity with huge nose, narrow eyes, a "crest" that might be under the CBE's headdress on left. Stone head is allegedly made of granite and currently in the garden of the U. K. Isle of Portland Museum. Historically, the unusual stone head has been linked to Phoenicia. See Websites at end of this report.

 

December 9, 2015 - Isle of Portland, U. K. - In the early 1990s, I met Gill and Rob Nicholas in Wiltshire, England, when I was investigating crop formations. The three of us have been together in some remarkable adventures. One night in late summer 1999, we and others watched through an infrared scope while a bizarre glowing, oval object appeared to jump back and forth and change shape into a square and back to an oval for at least an hour above a rain-flooded East Field near Alton Barnes. Gill is very sensitive to the environment around her, the seen and unseen. On December 5, 2015, I received the following email from her about a mysterious granite head she saw in the garden of the U. K.'s Isle of Portland Museum highlighted by the red Google pointer on the map below about 145 miles southwest of London.

 

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