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Is This a Remains of a 20,000-Year-Old Alien Ship Found in Romania?

The mysterious Aiud wedge has become one of the most contentious issues in recent years. It’s possible that it’s from a 20,000-year-old UFO…

Archaeologists are baffled by the item’s design, and they have no clue where it originated from.
The Aiud wedge, a 10-meter-deep slab of metal, was discovered in the year 73. Unusual mastodon bones were discovered by chance. However, it was a piece of metal that drew the most attention.

The one-of-a-kind relic was unearthed in Aiud, Romania, and donated to the Transylvanian History Museum, where it remained concealed for years until it was rediscovered.

It weighed 5 pounds and measured 20 12.5 7 cm in diameter.

What was that bizarre thing, though?

What is the purpose of the Aiud wedge, and how does it work?

The millimeter-thick oxide not only evenly coated the whole block, but also aided in dating it to around 400 years.

On the other hand, the geological layers in which it was discovered indicate that it existed in the area roughly 20,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene period.

The research of the Aiud wedge was deciphered by Florin Gheorghita, a well-known historian, who found that the metal alloy used to construct it was exceedingly sophisticated.

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, according to Gheorghita.

What does it mean to find an item with these features beside mastodon bones? It should be impossible since pure aluminum does not exist in nature and was only discovered in the nineteenth century by humans.

The device resembles airplane landing gear, according to an aviation expert.

Two perfect oval perforations are also discovered, indicating that the Aiud wedge was most likely man-made.

The different theories put up to explain the enigma

Some experts believe humans built it, which would have been insane at the time.

It’s even been likened to the fulcrum of space modules like the Viking, though no conclusions have been drawn.

We believe it was part of an alien spaceship based on this and other evidence. What function, in the distant past, may a modern piece of technology have played?

In an essay published in Ancient Skies, Gheorghita said that he discussed the item and his results with an aviation engineer.

The expert decided that it was a piece of aviation landing gear based on its material and the hole in the jock, as well as a pattern of abrasions and scratches on the metal.

We believe it was part of an alien spaceship based on this and other evidence. What function, in the distant past, may a modern piece of technology have played?

In an essay published in Ancient Skies, Gheorghita said that he discussed the item and his results with an aviation engineer.

The expert decided that it was a piece of aviation landing gear based on its material and the hole in the jock, as well as a pattern of abrasions and scratches on the metal.

Ermal Shala

Thank you for coming to The Ancientzen. My name is Ermal Shala, and I'm glad to have you here with us today. It's a dream come true for me to be able to research and write about history all day long.

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