The discovery of an A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ artifact, mainly composed of Aluminum, is considered compelling evidence of ‘A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ astronaut’ visitations to Earth over 250,000 years ago. Lab tests have confirmed the age of the artifact and its mysterious composition.
The idea that beings have visited humanity not from Earth in the distant past has captured the interest of millions worldwide. Every once in a while, a strange discovery makes us reconsider whether or not history, as we have been told, is accurate.
What if we are missing something, and what if, in the distant past, extremely advanced technology was present on Earth?
The mysterious artifact, composed mainly of Aluminum, was found in Romania during the 1970s when the nation was under communist rule. Information about it was released to the public at the time.
Now, lab tests conducted in Lausanne, Switzerland, have revealed that the metal fragment comprises 90 percent aluminum and the remaining 10 percent of 11 different metals.
The artifact has an approximate age of 250,000 years, reports the British newspaper the Sun.
But is this artifact compelling proof A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ astronauts visited Earth hundreds of thousands of years ago?
As it turns out, Aluminum was not created by ‘modern c̳i̳v̳i̳l̳i̳z̳a̳t̳i̳o̳n̳’ until 200 years ago. Aluminum was first isolated in 1825 by Danish physicist HC Oersted, so the discovery of the piece of metal with age such as this has been considered extraordinary by researchers.
The item was discovered in 1973 when constructors were working on the shorelines of the Mures River, in the vicinity of the town of Audi. At around 10 meters below the surface, workers were left surprised when they recovered three mysterious objects.
All of them appeared, unlike anything they had seen and seemed to be very old. Archaeologists were brought to the site and identified two of the objects as being fossil remains.
However, the third piece left researchers surprised. IT appeared to be an artificial artifact composed of highly lightweight metal. Researchers suspected at the time that it was the end of an ax.
To confirm the theories, the objects were sent to analysis to Cluj, Romania. Experts determined that the fossils belonged to a large –extinct— mammal that died between 10,000 and 80,000 years ago.
However, the third object caused confusion among experts. Scientists determined that the thing was composed of lightweight metal and was most likely manufactured due to the concavities of the object.
The Audi artifact is 20 meters long, 12.5 centimeters wide, and has a thickness of 7 centimeters. The object resembled some part belonging to a complex mechanical system. However, researchers were unable to determine to what it belonged.
Deputy Director of the Romanian Ufologists Association, Gheorghe Coal, said: ‘Lab tests concluded it is an old U̳F̳O̳ fragment given that the substances it comprises cannot be combined with technology available on Earth.’
However, not everyone seems convinced. Local historian Mihai Wittenberger doesn’t believe the object belongs to a complex mechanical device left behind by A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ astronauts. Wittenberger believes the mysterious thing may be a metal piece from a World War II German aircraft.
More precisely, Wittenberger claims the alleged ‘a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ artifact’ was part of the landing gear of a Messerschmitt ME 262. But there’s one problem with that explanation. The mystery object is 250,000 years old.
The mysteries surrounding the artifact have not been solved, and currently, the ‘out-of-place- artifact resides in the History Museum of Cluj-Napoca, next to a sign that reads: ‘origin still unknown.