The strange item known as the Aiud wedge has become one of the most disputed topics in recent years. This is because it’s possible it’s from a 20,000-year-old UFO…
The item’s form has archaeologists stumped, and they have no idea where it originated from.
In the year 73, the Aiud wedge, a 10-meter-deep chunk of metal, was unearthed. By coincidence, unusual mastodon bones were uncovered. But it was a piece of metal that caused the most discussion.
The unique relic was found in Aiud, Romania, and sent to the Transylvanian History Museum, where it stayed hidden for years until being rediscovered.
It weighed 5 pounds and had a diameter of 20 12.5 7 cm. But what was that strange thing?
What exactly is the Aiud wedge and how does it function?
The millimeter-thick oxide not only coated the whole block equally, but also helped date it to roughly 400 years.
The geological layers in which it was found, on the other hand, show that it was present in the region approximately 20,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene period.
Florin Gheorghita, a well-known historian, was able to decipher the Aiud wedge’s study and concluded that the metal alloy used to make it was very complex.
According to Gheorghita, the alloy contains 89 percent aluminum, 6.2 percent copper, 2.84 percent silicon, 1.81 percent zinc, 0.41 percent lead, 0.33 percent lagoon, 0.2 percent zirconium, 0.11 percent cadmium, 0.0024 percent nickel, 0.0023 percent cobalt, 0.0003 percent bismuth, 0.0002 percent silver, and gallium in trace amounts.
What does it mean that an item with these characteristics was discovered alongside mastodon bones? It should be impossible since pure aluminum does not occur in nature, and humanity just obtained it in the nineteenth century.
According to an aviation expert, the item looks like aircraft landing gear.
Two perfect oval holes are also found, indicating that the Aiud wedge was undoubtedly manufactured artificially.
The many explanations presented to explain the mystery
Some scientists think it was created by humans, which would have been irrational at the time.
It’s even been likened to the fulcrum of space modules like the Viking, albeit no results have come from that comparison.
This, together with other evidence, has led us to assume it was part of an alien spacecraft. What role may a current piece of technology have had in the distant past?
Gheorghita disclosed in an article published in Ancient Skies that he talked with an aviation engineer about the item and the findings of his research.
Based on its composition and the hole in the jock, as well as a pattern of abrasions and scratches on the metal, the engineer concluded that it was a component of aircraft landing gear.
What led to the discovery of such a sophisticated piece of technology amid such old fossils, and how did it happen? What happened to get it there in the first place? It’s conceivable that we’re dealing with the remains of a long-ago UFO crash, or something totally else.