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Monday, 7 May 2012

The Giants of the Solomon Islands

The Giants of the Solomon Islands

by Marius Boirayon

The first discovery…The people of the Solomon Islands have shared their islands with a ‘previously undiscovered to the modern world’ race of hominoids for millennia right to this present day, and for a variety of reasons explained, this has not been known about by the rest of the world, until now. The second discovery is about the whereabouts of hidden UFO Bases that I have found existing in the Solomon Islands for quite possibly the same amount of time, and how there seems to be a link between the giants and the extraterrestrials making the Solomon Islands their home.

For many reasons, these groundbreaking discoveries have compelled me to share them with the rest of the World. It has always been my sincere hope that hundreds of researchers follow up my work by going to the Solomons to continue on. Science is definitely a progression of new discoveries, and these are some of them.

The Solomon Islands people name the undiscovered hominoids mentioned “The Giants”… To explain some facts about the giant race existing in the Solomon Islands, I will use the Giants of Guadalcanal as an example.

“The Giants of Guadalcanal” are named as such by the Guadalcanal people, and from my observations they seem to be very similar to the Sasquatch, Bigfoot, Yeti, Yowie and such suspected to be found in other parts of the world. At this moment of time, there are hundreds, quite possibly thousands of these giant people (and I use the word people for a reason) living inside the huge tropical rainforest jungle mountain ranges of Guadalcanal, as the Guadalcanal people will tell you. All claims made on this website [http://www.thesolomongiants.com/ ] about the Guadalcanal giants can be support by the indigenous Guadalcanal people of the island, as it totally plays the major part of their entire grass-roots culture, past and present.

Apart from being known for building timber base structures with sheltering sago palm and other leaf, they have vast cave systems running within the major length of the mountains of this 200 plus kilometre long tropical jungle island. Some of the Guadalcanal giants live in organised lifestyles with social structures, and I have come across many Guadalcanal people that believe they can go from east to west through their cave systems without seeing the light of day, and many believe that their population numbers in the thousands.

The Guadalcanal Islanders also believe that there is a huge city of them living inside or underneath the big mountains of the Island. “Mount Tatuva” is definitely one of this city’s main entrances, and if anyone ever wished to film them, the closest villages to Mt. Tatuva, where they are also seen regularly is a good starting point. But that is not required, because they are all over the place and are seen on a daily basis somewhere around the island. Actually, I can think of a dozen places around the island apart from the Mt. Tatuva area that are good starting places for the beginnings of gathering documentary photographic evidence of them. For that matter, I can think of dozens of places around the Solomon Islands, and in Vanuatu that would be the same.

Virtually, you can ask anyone from Guadalcanal, and for that matter the Solomons if any of their recent ancestors or themselves has had past exchanges with these giants, and one finds a very positive response with many tales supporting their existence. I know for a fact that upon arriving within the Solomon Islands, one can ask the first person they see as to whether the giants can be found there, and they’ll start pointing in every direction, and if not, they’d quickly steer you onto someone who would tell all about them.

To my understanding, there are three different species or types of these giants. The larger and more commonly seen are over 10 foot tall, but I have come across numerous Islander accounts with evidence that supports that they do grow much taller than that. These giants have very long black, brown or reddish hair, or a mixture and when they want to have a good look at you, they pull it aside from their face with one hand. They have a protruding double eyebrow, bulging red eyeballs and flat nose, wide gapped mouth, and have an unmistakeable odour, which the coastal people would once use as a sign of their presence, depending on the wind. From the large hairy type, they range down in size with reducing amounts of body hair. The smaller version, although bigger than normal human beings, are like a wild man living in the jungle and are not as hairy as the big ones. This is the way the Guadalcanal Islanders describe them. Inherently, when they see these small giant half human people, they make efforts to kill them.

These smaller versions are lower down in the giant social order, living predominately outside their caves systems in the jungle, although all three (types) are found in the island’s jungle. Incidentally, there are many newspaper reports, even recently, of these hairy giants in Papua New Guinea, and also may I say that I know for a fact that the Vanuatu people have also had a similar past with their giants as the Solomon Islanders have had, as those that follow up on my research will find out.

I must point out, that the Solomon Islanders, and I suppose the PNG and Vanuatu people are lacking understanding that their giant race living with them are something big in scientific discoveries to the rest of the world. Whether by intentional design or not, it is appropriate that the Solomon Island’s national motto is “The Place That Time Forgot”.

This is a map of west Guadalcanal showing where a huge population of them can be found on that island. As a rule of thumb, this approximate 1,000 square kilometre area of heavy mountainous jungle of the western section of this half-map of Guadalcanal, that doesn’t have dots as signs of inhabitation, are the free territory of the Guadalcanal giants. Although the giants are found all over the Island, more often than not, the dots seen are merely 2-3 village huts indicative of inter-related tribal areas. Further, and of significance, is the fact that although land possession is highly regarded by Guadalcanal people and the Solomon Islanders, this 1,000 square kilometre area does not belong to any particular tribe, and there is a good reason for that too, which once again, can be easily found out by just asking any Guadalcanal person. For those Solomon Islanders seeing this website for the first time, in particular Choiseul and Isabelle, please excuse that I didn’t put a map of your island on and discuss the similar situations that you have.

Guadalcanal is rich with gold, a fact that the Europeans discovered centuries ago. Thirty years ago, different gold mining companies started negotiating with the traditional landowners with ‘Memorandums of Understanding’ in order to capitalize on this gold. A succession of failed attempts followed until of these recent years when ‘Ross Mining’ broke through with a 3% to the indigenous deal. In 1998, at “the Gold Ridge”, central north Guadalcanal where the mine was being built, they got going with their bigger type of mining bulldozers pushing in roads and clearing the mine area. The mine borders the Giant’s territory, and it would appear that the Giants are quite territorial.

On one particular occasion, one of these huge bulldozers broke down with one of the pins on the blade attachment rendered useless. As it was late in the afternoon, they decided to drop the blade there and take the bulldozer back to the workshop to do the repairs overnight to continue on the next day. When they returned the next morning, the blade had disappeared. All the boys became confused. How could such a heavy object vanish? Mind you, we’re talking about ten tons plus. So they started scouting around in the bush looking for it and happened to notice giant footprints around 3-foot in length close by where the blade had been left. Finally, some 100 odd meters away on a small nearby hill, one of the boys called out, “Here it is!” From further footprint investigation, they deduced that the giants had not carried it there, but had thrown it, or it got there some other way.

By the way, this current inoperative gold mine at the Gold Ridge, which from the Island’s geology reports is small in compared to the potential of several other areas, has an estimated 20 billion Australian dollars of gold still remaining.

Some years ago, as I had once been working as a Helicopter pilot/engineer, I was asked by a boss helicopter pilot of an American fishing fleet that had helicopters to look after their spare parts required, as Australia was closer that Guam. The job lasted six weeks and I was handsomely paid for my little effort. The office I took was just opposite the old Guadalcanal Provincial Headquarters, and at lunchtimes I would sometimes go across the road and have a few beers there with the then Guadalcanal Premier, and Victor the Finance Minister.

It was during one of these lunchtimes that they told me of a giant encounter they had just had some month’s prior. Both the Premier, who is now a national minister, and Victor, who is now a Guadalcanal minister again, had decided to go to the gold ridge to survey the area of the proposed gold mine. They took their twin-cab Toyota Hilux mid afternoon and drove up there. It’s quite a drive and after passing a few villages on the way they arrived at the mine area. A bulldozer had carved out a road, and as sometimes it rains frequently, the road around the side of a hill had become slippery, and they slipped of the road's edge and became bogged. They made some effort trying to get back up onto the road, but decided to walk back to the last village that they had passed and get a bunch of boys to come help pull it out. Obtaining thirty odd men they walked back.

As they were rounding the last corner to where the 4WD was bogged, they saw the 4WD back up on the road with two huge giants standing one in front of the vehicle and other behind. Inherently, their first reaction was for all of them to run away screaming in absolute fear. They told me that when they got the courage up some half-hour later, they all returned to find that the giants had gone. I asked how tall they were. They told me that the taller of the two was the one that lifted the front of the vehicle up onto the road, and when they inspected the footprints, each had picked the vehicle up by putting one foot on the road and the other near the vehicle. Pointing out the window to a tree, the Premier said; “About that high”, which I estimated to be over fifteen foot, which matched the size of the 3-4 feet footprints they had described.

The Guadalcanal people and many others all know the story of “Mango”, whom passed away two years ago. She had been kidnapped by the giants fifty years ago and spent 25 odd years with them, and like them all they had given her up for dead until she was found pregnant, hysterically frothing from the mouth in a garden on the northeast coast. A giant had taken her as a wife. When the men realized who she was, they tried capturing her, but because her skin was as slimy as an eel, they found it difficult holding her. One of the men got an ingenious idea and got some particular rough-sided leaves of which they used to hold her down and tie up with vine. Understandably, she was mentality unstable for the remainder of her life, but through her pregnancy she gave birth to a half-cast boy. The bastard boy lived to the age of five when one of Mango’s brothers slaughtered him. Peter and a few other friends of mine know where he is buried. Mango is just one of, but you don’t have to believe me, just ask them. There are quite a few more.

Apes and Monkeys cannot breed with Homo Sapiens. Where do I think the giants came from? I believe that they are a surviving species of hominoid that had branched off well before Neanderthal man and have developed throughout evolution to be what they are today. The Guadalcanal people also believe that the giants were there before they were. I know for a fact that their gene pool allows them to breed with us, as those that follow-up on my research will find out. The Guadalcanal giants are definitely some sort of surviving species of hominoid once closely related to Homo Sapiens.

Still living today on Guadalcanal, and goodness know where else, are crossbred descendants from the giants. Just ask any Guadalcanal person, and they’ll tell you about them and where they are living, but here’s some examples I know of. Apart from the two huge tall half-cast giant women that can be found living at northeast Guadalcanal, there are half-caste and quarter caste huge men who have eighth-caste children to Guadalcanal women, which are still living today at Tangarare of the Weather Coast of southwest Guadalcanal. Anyone can go and see these huge inter-species-bread people. Even though “Silver” died in the early 1990s, “Genny” his son and his children, some who have bred themselves, are still alive. The huge quarter-cast Giant Genny is renowned by the people of his area for being able to selfishly eat a whole pig by himself, bones and all. And that includes crocodiles too. A few funny stories about this extraordinary man are included within a book soon to be released.

DNA samples from the giants and of their cross-bred human descendants would be an invaluable tool for many future developments in genetic technology and medical remedies that might be still thought impossible, and would unequivocally prove their origins. In 2002, a scientist from the University of Papua New Guinea mapped the DNA of the Melanesian people and found slight differences from that of other Homo Sapiens like Europeans, which he said, he found bewildering. I would like to speculate that I might have an answer to his wilderment. It is quite possible that over thousands of years, Papua New Guineans, Solomon Islanders and the Vanuatu people have had their DNA slightly altered because of occasional sporadic interbreeding with the Giant race from their Islands.

Why are the giants around the world so secretive and universally shy to be seen or known? As those that follow on from my research will find out, this is not exactly the same case in the Solomon Islands, but I have an answer to this difficult question, which I’ll attempt to answer, but may I say I’m sure within the next decade we will find out whether I was correct.

Like with Homo Sapiens and other hominoids, the Solomon giants are both carnivorous and herbivorous, as most Guadalcanal and some Solomon Islanders would bear testament. These hominoid people have, until in recent history, considered the coastal human beings of Guadalcanal and the Solomons to be a reliable source of food, somewhat similar as another meat to be eaten, if required. Over the millennia, many thousands of Guadalcanal and Solomon Islander people have lost their lives by being cannibalised by these giants; hence the reason for the major part of their history and grass-root cultures. During my limited research about the existence of the Solomon Giants, I found that the Giants had actually considered the Solomon Island people like ‘pigs to be eaten’.

This primitive type of thinking tragically led to coastal children being penned up into cages and raised to be eaten when they were bigger. There are numerous handed-down folklore/custom stories of where the giants would once storm villages, grabbing people and ripping limbs off and eating them right there and then, while all ran in absolute terror. Also, there are many about what they called “Killer Giants” who would persistently return to make a meal out of them. Sometimes there were groups of these ‘Killer Giants’.

Within the book, “The Giants Of The Solomon Islands”, is recorded a well-known Guadalcanal folklore/custom story of an incident that happened at the Weather Coast of southwest Guadalcanal where a village idiot managed to kill “five Killer Giants brothers”, exacting revenge on behalf of his people and in return gaining the hand of the Paramount Chief’s daughter and a few other things.

It is my belief that one of the major reasons why the Solomon Islanders and Vanuatu populations are far smaller than they should be is because, just as an example, over five thousand years of the giants of the islands considering the people as food to be eaten, those people never had the opportunity to breed. Even if it was fifty people a year that were cannibalised, and just only over five thousand years, then that’s two hundred and fifty thousand people that never bred. Unfortunately, the statistics of the giants’ cannibalism is far worse than that, as those that follow up on my research will find out.


There is one giant, who is famously known to the Guadalcanal people for being responsible for taking them off the menu. “Luti Mikode” who still is the “Chief of the Giants”, changed the murderous behaviour of the giants towards the Guadalcanal people forever in the “Giant Wars” of the early 20th Century that were fought against clans that oppose these changes. When you find out the story about how he changed the rest of the giants’ attitude of cannibalising the Guadalcanal people about a century ago, you will be blown away. It is absolutely amazing, and through my research I have proven it to be true.

Although I do not believe everything reported about the Solomon giants, I believe that the giants’ cannibalism of the coastal people of other large Solomon Islands halted for three main reasons, and I’ll just mention them. “The Guadalcanal Giant War”, their association with the extraterrestrials inhabiting Guadalcanal and other Islands, and the advent of being discovered by modern white men who started to occupy the Solomon Islands.

How do I know that Luti Mikode is still alive? Apart from many people telling me that he is, and the fact that that the giants are believed to have a far greater longevity than that of Homo Sapiens, one of the bishops of the Solomon Islands Anglican Church met him in a garden in 2000 to discuss the ethnic war, during the Solomon Island Tension. How did Luti Mikode know that the Bishop was having a retreat back at his village? Apart from it being on the radio, the only thing I can work out, and it sound ridiculous to some, is there must have been was some spiritual dimension to it. The bishop met Luti Mikode one more time after that - just ask him or the Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation (SIBC) as this was all reported on the news around that time. It’s a strange place for things like that!

I do not know if the giants of Guadalcanal ever had technology before, but they certainly do now. In fact, I know that they have had a lighting system within their cave dwellings for at least the past 50 years now that has no obvious light source, such as bulbs and lamps, but somehow inside the mountains it is just like daytime from what the eyewitnesses that have been captured and released have told me. There is a reason why I use the word ‘technology,’ because other independent credible eyewitnesses have told me of happenings that overwhelmingly support this.

Guadalcanal, Malaita, Choiseul, Isabelle and Makira have literally hundreds of caves and remnants of giant artefacts, and on these Islands anyone can visit many them. Some giants of old would bury their dead in a similar fashion to Jesus with a stone rolled across the tomb’s entrance…

Just prior to the Solomon Tension, some Tangarare men (S/W Guadalcanal) went to see the giants for advice about what they should do. They did not follow their advice, and so when they went back the second time, as they had not followed their advice, the giants told them that it’s all up to them now, and told them to get lost. Surprisingly enough that was all reported on the Solomon Island Broadcasting Corporation’s news. When a white man hears such things, and there are plenty of them, for some reason it has always just gone straight over their heads and they haven’t even gotten a little curious. Well I do!

Just briefly, you can ask nearly anyone in the Solomon Islands, most certainly Guadalcanal, about this particular incident. One night, sometime during 1960s, for some reason I never found out, the Giants went through Honiara and smashed the town to pieces. This is a well known story in recent Guadalcanal Giant history. Mind you they’re plenty of them.

At Christmas of 2002 I was sitting on my veranda around lunchtime with my wife and a few others when a couple of men came running up to tell us that a family working in their garden, not far away from where we were living near Mt. Austin on the outskirts of Honiara, had just seen a huge giant casually wondering along in the tall grass of the hillside above their vegetable garden. When we eventually caught up with this family, they told me he made no effort to hide himself during the few minutes he was nonchalantly walking along. They said they noticed that he had actually paused for a moment to pull his hair aside to have another look at them as they were leaving the garden.

The Guadalcanal ‘giants’ and the Malaitan ‘Ramo’s’ have a written language, as those that follow on from me will find out. There are countless ancient stones block walls and stone objects with inscriptions chiselled into them. While I’m mentioning language and such, here’s a curiosity I came across and a theory for it. The Guadalcanal people’s language and the Fijian language are very, very close. There are over one hundred common words that they both share. Meaning that a Guadalcanal person can go to Fiji and speak Fijian within a week and vice versa, as my good friend and partner “Peter Casi” found out when he and his music band did a tour over there. The Guadalcanal giants’ language is very similar in dialect as to the Guadalcanal people’s. It is my belief that there once was a huge civilization of these giant people spread throughout the southwest Pacific as far away as Fiji and beyond, well before Homo Sapiens arrived…

Over the centuries, as the giants had an appetite for humans, and they were easy to catch, the Guadalcanal people offered ‘instead-of’ sacrifices to them in which the giants would come out of the forest to receive them - although that did not stop the cannibalism to any great extent. Still today, there are men that can and sometimes do undertake this practice, like at a village near Mt. Tatuva. The pigs have to be white pigs without spots. They include Guadalcanal beetle-nut-lime, which is ground from freshwater snail shells. Also Guadalcanal custom-money, which is four or five strings together with small shells laced upon a strand. There also has to be white shell money. Shell money or custom money is the original currency used in the Solomon Islands, and still can be used instead of dollars and cents.

In a sacred clearing, these are placed and by methods of calling known to those it was passed down to from generation to generation, and by burning eel bones, which irresistible to them, the giants soon arrive to take their offering. By the way, the pigs on Guadalcanal, and no doubt a few other places in Melanesia have learnt through evolution not to use any of the giants’ trails or tracks, and they don’t. In Tangarare, a big area in S/W Guadalcanal, some of the giants put barriers across their track entrances to stop the Homo Sapiens from inadvertently using them.

It is well known that giants do not like fire, possibly because of their long hair. When one is to travel through giant territory, it is advisable to take a pressure pack can with a lighter along just in case. Some months ago, Ezekiel Alebua told me of an incident that happened on the “Weather Coast”, south Guadalcanal, in 2000 during their ethnic conflict.

Five Tangarare men went hunting pig with their bow and arrows and during their hunt they lost track of time. As it was getting late and the weather was ominously turning to rain, they decided to build a sago palm hut quickly to camp the night. The hut had a roof with sago palm walls. At night with rain pelting down, as they were sitting around a fire within the hut, a huge hand and arm came through the hut’s wall. An inquisitive giant had leant over the hut and was feeling around for what was inside. The five men starting screaming and using sticks from the fire to beat the monstrous hand away. Apparently, horrified they ran straight through the back wall of the hut into the darkness of the bush. When they found each other the next morning down on the coast, they had been spread out over a several kilometres…

Over the years, I have been receiving astonishing reports from credible people that live in different sections near the centre of Guadalcanal. Having a bit of curiosity about these strange reports, I decided to put a little effort into determining what it’s all about. Credible people have been telling me that sometimes at dusk, dawn or during the night they are seeing dozens of creatures that fly in group formations over the jungle going here and there. They all describe the same thing. As they fly along above the jungle, they see a man-like creature with a long tail and a red glow upon their back, and a rolling hum from the group as they go over. Many have told me of hundreds of them at a time. They have been seen at dawn randomly flying around above the fog of the valleys of the big mountains of the interior. They have been regularly spotted in large groups going out to sea and coming back at Central South Guadalcanal. On occasions, they have been seen individually and in groups in the jungle, and they describe their appearance as such: They look like strong Homo Sapien men with greenish-brown scaly skin and have a long tail, some apparel, and walk upright. Naturally, these kinds of reports are all very strange to the average person, but to me, they are not that strange any more.

The Japanese War Memorial of the Solomon Islands, located at Mount Austin of Honiara, would have to be the only one of its type in the world. Most war memorials I’ve come across have something to do with soldiers, guns, dead people and stuff. Not this one! It’s about 30 x 10 metres in area. On the western end there are four large blank vertical marble walls that should have writing on them, and to the north a row of Cherry Blossoms that are having difficulty surviving in the tropical environment. The only writing to be found, which is about the famous Japanese sculptor, is at the base of the bronze statue of a half-human man with scales who is holding a ray-gun looking thing attached to the end of his long tail.

This very futuristic “Star Trek” warrior-type reptilian half-human man has a very determined look upon his face whilst holding his tail-attached ultra-modern ray-gun in his right hand and pointing to the west with his left. Surprisingly enough, when I line up to where he is pointing, for some reason he is pointing straight at the “Mt Dragon UFO Waterfall-lake Base” of northwest Guadalcanal. The less detailed bullet ridden statue that is there now was the replacement that the Japanese put there in hindsight just before the Solomon Island Tension…

It would be a grave crime against the world, if any harm were to come to the giants. It is my sincere hope that one day when this discovery breaks through, that certain sections of the Solomon Islands becomes “World Heritage”, and I lobby the scientists of the world and the international community to make sure that happens.

From ‘The Borderline’ very near Mount Austin, and further up the road past the Japanese Memorial are three Guadalcanal tribes. ‘Simba’ is one of those tribes, and living not far away from them is an old couple of retired big giants (a male and a female). Ask any of the tribes up that way and they will tell you all about them, as it is common knowledge and they have been widely seen. I had thought of filming there many times, but I have been the victim of unusual circumstances always preventing this.

“Joseph” is the name of the Paramount Chief of that area. During the ‘ethnic conflict’ of 2,000, many residents fled Honiara to the jungles. These fleeing people spotted these two giants on a number of occasions during that time. Actually, a shortcut to get to the area of where they are living is by following the track that leads on over the other side of the creek at the southern end of the Botanical gardens behind the Honiara Prison. But gaining permission from Joseph with measured gratuities would be a better idea.

Around that area also are a number of ex-giant caves that you can look through and film. One day these will be archaeological and anthropological sites worth digging up. The area is rich with many folklore stories pertaining to their tumultuous historical relationship with their giants, but so is everywhere else on the island, and for that matter, everywhere else in the Solomon Islands. Virtually, every big island in the Solomons has commonly known folklore stories of their giant people.

Enough about the Guadalcanal giants for time being. All the larger Islands of the Solomons have giants living in them, but each of these Island people call them different names. “Moo-Moo”, like the cow noise, is the universal Solomon Islander name for this huge race of giant people. “Choiseul” which is a three hundred long by eighty kilometres-wide island to the western extremity of the Solomons has just as many giant people living in its interior as Guadalcanal. When you observe the map, you’ll notice that there is not one village in the interior, and there is a very good reason for that.

Actually I have sometimes wondered why they were always trying to take each other’s island territory back in the headhunting days, and I thought maybe that it had something to do with them always trying to get away from being eaten by these giant people on their own islands. But little did they know that they would have had the same problem no matter where they went. “Isabelle”, has big giants still living there in two different areas, but their population is far fewer than that of Guadalcanal. Central northeast and central north are the two areas where they can be found on that island, but just ask anyone there and they will steer you in the right direction. “Makira”, which is east of Guadalcanal, has only the small super-strong dwarf-like giants, which I forgot to mention can be found on Guadalcanal too. These are another type of hominoid race that can be found living in the Solomon Islands. They exist not only on these two Islands, but no doubt on many other Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.

In 1996, there was a front page picture of one of these four-foot “Chowa-Chowa” in the ‘Solomon Star newspaper’. He wondered into a village near the Gold Ridge, and so they put a pair of shorts on him and took him to Honiara to show him off. The picture has him being led hand-held down the main street with hundreds of indigenous people following. There was one other time a similar occurrence happened that was in the newspaper. This was around 1991 when another one of these “Chowa-Chowa” did a similar thing. Another pronunciation is “Cho-Cho”.

The Australian Aborigines speak of a similar little reddish hairy man that they call the “Jungarre-Man”. Other cultures around the world have the same. I know of stories in which men have seen these little people in the bush, and they display the extraordinary ability of being able to jump considerably distances. They must live socially somewhere. Peter tells me he knows where they could be found, but one thing at a time. As an example of some Solomon Islanders, Peter’s great grandfathers and his father worshipped the giants, so he knows a fair bit about them, like many other Solomon Islanders.

“Malaita” has a very rich history of these giant people. It is all too much to put down now, but I’ll briefly give you some of my research. “The Ramo of Malaita” are the same species as the giants of Guadalcanal, but were, in the Malaitan case, culturally different to that of Guadalcanal. When you get to understand the old grass-roots customs and cultures of these different island people, you find that they follow that of their particular island’s giant race culture. This is difficult to explain without virtually writing an essay on it. Their folklore stories of prominent giant encounters are different, and portray their giants fitting to their own cultures.

For instance, the Malaitan Ramo was known to use a huge ‘Subi’ (A long flat elongated diamond shaped club style weapon). Even though in my estimation the last of the Ramo were approximately 600 years ago, and I may be wrong, the Malaitan people still have this weapon and they can be found as ornaments everywhere on the island. One day, we will find out that this island was once the centre of a vast civilization of these giant people that were spread throughout the Southwest Pacific as far away as Fiji, and possibly further.

Of great significance, I would like to draw your attention to the fact that there are many remnants of this lost civilisation of the giant race scattered in different parts of Malaita. I say ‘civilisation’ for a very good reason. Around a mountain near “Mt Mala” of North Malaita’s interior, is a perfectly fitting large stone block wall path spiralling around the mountain. This path leads to a flat area on the top of the mountain where another large stone block wall separates a higher split-level flat area where an altar can be found. Some hundred metres further on is a burial site that has a perfectly flat approximately 18ft x 6ft x1ft stone upon it. The bush people further away from that area say that a Ramo of great importance is buried there.

There are also hieroglyphic inscriptions chiselled into these stone block walls. Several years ago when they were cutting the bush back a little to expose this area more, they also found pottery and other items. The area from where these large blocks of stone were quarried is miles down the mountain range on the west coast near the sea… Incidentally, the indigenous of this area are quite jealously protective of this site, but that should not be too much of a problem if you wished to visit this place by using monetary gratuities. A helicopter is advisable. I have told people about this place, but like everything else, for one reason or another, nobody believes me. It has been there for a few thousand years already, so I suppose it will still be there in a few thousand years more.

In Kwaio, Central East Malaita, a place where my wife comes from, they have stone-block structures with strange inscriptions upon them deep in the bush. I have seen pictures of this same ‘Ramo (giant) language’ in a book written by an Australian ‘Yowie’ Researcher. No doubt Papua New Guinea, The Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji, and obviously Australia all have the same.

In Malaita, these sometimes large stone structures with ancient Ramo writing chiselled into them are considered with reverence to those people of the bush nearby of where they are located. For instance, my wife’s grandfather, a famous man of Kwaio, is buried close to a four-foot rounded edged Ramo stone block structure with Ramo, or giant race writing upon it.

By the way, “Ramo” is a common word used by the Malaitan people to describe anyone with superior warrior characteristics. Another Malaitan meaning for “Ramo” is; “Man who eats man”. Also, for those that follow up on my research, you will find that the names chosen by the “Malaitan Shipping Company” for their ships are; Ramos I, Ramos II, and Ramos III. There is a reason for that. When you find out some of the Malaitan history in regards with what they went through with “the Ramo of Malaita”, it is absolutely horrifying and unparalleled anywhere else in the world’s history, and that goes for Guadalcanal and the rest of the Solomon Islands. To a great extent, through examining their psychology, to me this accounts for why the individual island’s people’s overall personalities differ through the different Solomon Islands, following their own grass-root cultures related to worshipping their particular Island’s Giant race, and nothing dramatic ever seems to faze them.

There is an area of Kware’ae, north of Kwaio, where there is a large kind of cemetery area in their jungle with literally thousands of giant Ramo skeletal bones scattered upon the ground. I do not know whether this was actually a Ramo cemetery, or whether the locals gathered them there a few hundred years ago. One village not far away from this area has as one of the huts’ main support poles, a Ramo femur bone that measures nearly 8 feet. They estimated this particular Ramo to have been over 24 feet tall, which doesn’t surprise me, as many of their folklore stories support them being this tall. Further, on Guadalcanal, where the giants can still be found, I know that some do get this big. Although it is generally believed by the Malaitan people that their Ramo civilisation disappeared several hundred years ago, I have come across evidence that some might still exist in the vast wilderness of their jungle mountains.

One day, I’m sure these next discoveries I’m about to mention will be of great interest to naturalists and a variety of scientists. In 2001, Australian scientists found a previously unknown botanical species they called the Wollomine Pine tree in an isolated gorge of New South Wales, but that’s nothing compared to the isolated patch of jungle rainforest that can be found in Kwaio that has every different kind of jungle plants and trees (and most probably insects) definitely not found anywhere else in the Solomon Islands, and to our knowledge, anywhere else in the world.

Not far away from this geographically isolated unique patch of rainforest is a small lake where some of the Ramo civilisation built a perfectly fitting large stone block wall to support its northeastern section. This freshwater lake, although a few days hard trekking from the east coast of Kwaio, is connected through an underground water table, making it tidal. Despite this unique lake’s far distance in the jungle mountains from the ocean, it goes up and down with the ocean tide. Because of its isolation throughout evolution, every different kind of strange looking fish and plants not found elsewhere in the world can be found. Another interesting part about this strange place is that there is a Ramo (giant) cave on the western edge which has a rare species of hibiscus not found growing anywhere else in the Solomons, and most probably the world. Expeditionary tip: Be careful of the snakes that are in that area.

Some more expeditionary advice for those interested in this particular part of Malaita. As I happen to be the first white man to marry a woman from this tribal area, take my advice. The first white man who thinks he can just trek into this area without first gaining the permission of the Chiefs of Kwaio Fadunga and thinks that he would return safely is mistaken. Apart from once being renowned as the most ferocious headhunters of the Malaita, and culturally unique in the Solomon Islands through their compensatory customary ways, there is another reason for this of which I suppose I should explain.

The Paramount Chief of Kwaio, Chief Miner Adne, has a book compiled with a large list of names of his tribe’s people that he says were killed in 1927 in the genocide that the Australian Government perpetrated upon them for the death of “Mr. William R. Bell”, the then District Commissioner of Malaita. Without going into the details of his death, in retaliation, the Australian Government sent the “HMAS Adelaide” with a contingent of constabulary to “Singalanggu Harbour” of Kwaio and over a short period of time, in an attempt to systematically eradicate them, mass murdered, raped and poisoned, according to the bereaved Paramount Chief, a significant number of men, women and children of their tribe.

Overwhelming detailed evidence that this genocide occurred can be found in the book, “Lightning Meets The West Wind” written by Professor Rodger Keesing the head of Anthropology, Australian National University for  seventeen years. To the Kwaio people, in their compensatory customary ways, because they have not received any compensation for this sad part of Solomon Island / Australian history, getting through this area, for some white people, would have its difficulties. Monetary gratuities would be an advantage though.

The giants of the Solomon Islands have large island-entrapped populations in most of the bigger Islands of the Solomons, and have existed there for millennia. For those interested in pursuing this research further, it my sincere hope that the rest of the world becomes fully aware of the Solomon Giants and the long tumultuous history that the Solomon Islanders have endured at the expense of many lives. I have had a long time to consider the ethical impact that this discovery will bring upon humankind, and I can assure you that the monumental advantages gained outweigh all.

Our group in the Solomon Islands are seeking urgent financial assistance to continue this important work towards advancing humanity, and if there is anyone who can help us in this area, don’t hesitate in contacting us as soon as you can. We certainly need the help.

UFO Bases of the Solomon Islands

To my knowledge, this may be the first time that somebody is telling the rest of the world about subterranean UFO bases he has found. I suppose there is a first time for everything.

On the map further up this page is a reference to the “Mount Dragon UFO Base” entrance. This is definitely a current UFO base used by aliens. The entrance to this subterranean base is a waterfall-lake about 2,500 feet high on the western side of a 5-kilometre long valley, and is approximately 8 kilometres from the coast.

I spent several months living in a village called “Chapuru”, of Cape Esperance, which is north on the coast from the subterranean terrestrial UFO base, and in this area the alien activity from this base is seen regularly, meaning nearly every night. During the time I lived at this village, I began to lose count of these UFO sightings after around 60 times, but I do remember estimating that it would be 100. The reason why I eventually called this unnamed mountain UFO base entrance “Mt. Dragon” is because the Guadalcanal people who live in this area call these flying ‘ball of light’ UFOs “Dragon Snakes”.

The people of northwest Guadalcanal have been observing these “Dragon Snakes” for well over a century, and most probably much longer, although they fear them because people have been killed, injured, or have gone missing due of them. They generally give them no more than a second thought unless in close proximity, as they can be found flying around in the area nearly every night. As an example of this accepted part of life, about a kilometre east of “Chapuru”, the village I once lived in, the current Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands, Prime Minister Sir Alan Kemakeza’s main residence is found, and he has seen these UFOs many more times than I have.

“Ezekiel Alebua”, a once Prime Minister, the previous Guadalcanal Premier, and Guadalcanal Minister again, also knows of the Waterfall Lake UFO base entrance. You can ask anyone from northwest Guadalcanal about their UFOs, and I mean anyone about them, and they will tell you, as they are seen virtually every night and have been for well over a century...

O a six day period there and back, I and another Guadalcanal friend made an arduous trip to this UFO base, and from a hidden position in the nearby mountains above it we discovered that there was more than one “UFO/Dragon Snake” using this place as one of their residences in the Solomon Islands. This alien base is still there today. Apart from all the people of the area, the best person to confirm this base and its position is “Ezekiel Alebua”. Also, may I say, the current Solomon Islands Prime Minister, Sir Allan Kemakeza, who I know, being from Guadalcanal, knows all about the giant race existing on his Island, but was unaware of the real reasons why the Australian Prime Minister after many years all of a sudden had a change of heart and started offering assistance with a military interdiction immediately after he got back from visiting the American President.

You cannot tell me that the Americans, British and Australians do not know of these UFO bases, because I have overwhelming proof that they do…

On the map above is shown the entrances of the UFO base located in the Central East Coast of Malaita, and the location of the Ramo mountain remnants mentioned. The question mark represents; “I know there is some kind of base in that location somewhere too”. I believe the cluster of pins are all entrances that make up one big UFO base under the Island.

Contrary to popular belief, NASA, or whoever that mob was, first made contact with the aliens at the subterranean UFO Base of Central East Malaita in 1961… This all happened because when the great British geologist Mr. Gropher was doing his few expeditions in the area in-between 1958-1960. He first saw these UFOs and then reported them back to England.

In 1961 a white man who claimed to be from NASA came to that part of the Island and asked assistance from my wife’s relatives to take him to the UFO subterranean base entrances, which they did. Requesting privacy, they left him at the desert coast above the UFO base. This self-claimed NASA guy (or whoever he was) was gone a week, during which somehow he made contact with these aliens, until he arrived again, when he asked my wife’s relatives once again for further assistance to take him back from where he came. Most of the people of Kwaio and Kwara’ae know of this happening.

In the map above, you will notice the right-hand red pushpin on the east coast with an arrow pointing at it. This is a 50-meter in diameter ‘bottomless circular reef’ in amongst the surrounding 10-meter deep coral reef and is few miles north of ‘Kwoi Island,’ (which is on the border of the Kwaio and Kwara’ae tribes) and south of Namo’ere’ere of Central East Malaita. “Singalanggu Harbour” is slightly further south. “Balls-of-light” UFOs can be seen going in andout of that bottomless circular reef virtually every night.

My friends like fishing down this UFO hole during the daytime, because it saves them going out into the danger of the ocean, as lots of big fish like those found in the ocean can be found down there. They have let down over 200 meters of 100 lb line and it still hasn’t hit the bottom…

The left-hand pushpin with the arrow, directly inland from that circular reef hole, about 3-4 miles away on the mainland of the island is a lake. When the boys are out fishing at night, the UFOs can be seen going into that lake and coming out the circular reef, or vice-versa. Both entrances are definitely connected. I personally have only seen their activities at the lake in this area. A UFO coming out of this lake at dusk incinerated my good friend’s grandfather, and everyone in the area knows about it.

These aliens, for the want of another name, have installed fear in these people for generations, and many people have gone missing. In the Kwaio and Kwara’ae area are three other entrances in their jungle mountains that I know of, where these ‘balls of light’ type UFO vehicles can be seen going in and out. It is my belief that all these entrances are not individual bases, but are all connected making up one big one under the island. I may be wrong, but I also believe one of the many reasons why they there is that, for reasons of their own, they have been mining a very rare type of gemstone under this highly mineralised Kimberlite rock volcanic island, full  of a multitude of types of gemstones.

The rare gemstones of the alien’s interest that my wife’s relatives possess have a far higher specific gravity than that of diamonds, and a refractive index such that when you put the stone in sunlight, you see your mirror image deep in the centre of the stone. Also, holding them to the Sun, they are a very deep transparent silvery-blue. For their size, they are noticeably extremely heavy. I once had one of these “E.T. Stones” that was 32.4 caret, which had these characteristics. Ironically enough, the more customary people of this island call these particular UFOs “Diamond Snakes”, and there are some old folklore stories supporting the alien’s interest in these unique gemstones.

As there are many remnants of the “Ramo civilisation” to be found on top of the island, and the “aliens” underneath for what appears has been a very long time, there is every chance there is a connection between the two. And that goes for Guadalcanal also. I can only speculate about remote Choiseul, but that wouldn’t surprise me in the least, as I know that they also have quite a lot of giants, and a lot of UFO traffic over that way too.

Nevertheless, if there ever were a place that one could call “UFO Headquarters”, it would have to be Central East Malaita. Mind you, these are only the ones I know of. Goodness knows what other UFO bases are really in the rest of the Solomon Islands.

This map is slightly inaccurate in that “Affiou”, the main town, is located approximately where the ‘T’ is adjacent to the arrow indicating the Alien Base entrance.

The waterfall lake UFO Base of Small Malaita (South Malaita), where I have also witnessed their activities, is easy to find. Just ask the locals, but heading north up the passage with Small Malaita on your right, about 3 kilometres from ‘Affiou,’ the main town, and about a kilometre up the jungle mountain is their base entrance where they can be seen going in and out nearly every night, and also brazenly and casually flying along the passage. I should know; apart from expeditions there when I would watch them doing this, my first Solomon wife ‘Miriam’ comes from that island.

Like all three UFO bases mentioned, this base has quite a significant amount of activity. Of interest are the very large clumps of white crystal formations that can be found growing on the stream’s edge further up before the waterfall, and the lake below is where the “ball of light” UFOs frequently go in and out.

A common dominator: all three bases I have mentioned have chosen waterfall lakes or lakes as their base entrances. Apart from the ones (that I know of) that are in the mountains of Kwaio and Kwara’ae, they all have a connection with waterfalls and lakes…

O the centuries they have installed fear within the Solomon Islanders. As one reason for this is, if perhaps they were to be discovered these places would become reverently “Tambu” [taboo], which in some cases they are. Also, because of their jungle remoteness from village inhabitations, the concept of “out of sight-out of mind” applies.

In the June-July issue of NEXUS Magazine, Sri Ramon Jun Quitales II wrote a ‘Letter to the Editor’ saying, “could anyone provide information of the UFO activity on his Island Makira”, which just happens to be an Island just below Malaita. Many Solomon Islanders have told me of, as they describe them, ‘flat sting-ray type’ UFOs with big round lights underneath them that hum as they go along. They sometimes see them flying low over the jungle, and sometimes surfacing out of the sea near where they are fishing. They have landed near villages, and the (white or black) human people who get out of them, have strange grey uniforms, not seen anywhere else in the world. You can make your own deductions about where they’re from.

With the extraordinary amount of UFO traffic found in the Solomon Islands, it would be hard to imagine - with our modern satellite tracking surveillance by a variety of countries around the world - that over the past few decades no one in the modern world has noticed their activities. I know for a fact that few satellites are above the Solomons. Maybe it would be a good idea to switch a couple of their cameras on and put it on the Internet so we too can all watch them getting around, instead of just the selected secret few. I suppose because there are a couple of multi-million dollar American spy planes to patrol the Solomon Islands now, they might get lucky.

I do not have any evidence that these “stingray” or “triangular” shaped UFO vehicles go to the ST bases mentioned above when they are not flying around, so I only can presume that they have their own nearby. And if that were the case, then it would be reasonable to think that it was to keep an eye on these “Balls of Light” UFOs and their occupants that have been making the Solomon Islands their home for a long time.

Where do I think these flat manmade “stringray shaped” or “triangular type” unidentified flying objects go when they are not flying around? My educated guess is that these secretive people have built bases either in the side of remote mountains within the jungle, (the ‘?’ mark on the map) or within the waters of the sea…

I hope this information has been helpful to those that are interested in these sorts of things. What you do with it now is up to you.

There is a lot more behind “The Place That Time Forgot” than first meets the eye, and there is much that I have not mentioned. It is all too much for just one person to pursue, and I sincerely hope many researchers follow up on these key discoveries.

For those who are interested in joining forces and helping further this most important research by firstly supporting us with the necessary financial assistance, and whatever else you can, please make contact @  solomongiants@optusnet.com.au , mapsun@bigpond.com.au , or by contacting “Duncan Roads” of Nexus Magazine editor@nexusmagazine.com .

This Website will be periodically updated from time-to-time with further developments, and please revisit in the near future to obtain a copy of “The Giants Of The Solomon Islands”” book.

Inevitably, the full knowledge and potential of these discoveries being shared with the rest of the world will one day advance the betterment of Mankind well into the future.

Good Luck


Marius Boirayon
Research Director
Solomon Anthropological Expedition Trust Board Incorporated.


Edited from http://www.thewatcherfiles.com/giants/solomon-giants.htm

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