Archaeologists are baffled by the shape of the item, which they don’t know where it came from. The Aiud wedge is a 10-meter deep piece of metal discovered in the year 73. Unusual mastodon bones were discovered by chance. However, it was a bit of metal that sparked the most debate. The unusual artifact was unearthed in the Romanian city of Aiud and presented to the Transylvanian History Museum, where it remained concealed for years before being rediscovered. It weighed 5 pounds and measured 20 12.5 7 centimeters in diameter. What was that bizarre thing, though? What is the Aiud wedge, and how does it work?
The millimeter-thick oxide not only evenly covered the entire block but also helped date it to around 400 years. However, the geological strata in which it was discovered indicates that it was in the area around 20,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene epoch. Florin Gheorghita, a well-known historian, was able to analyze the Aiud wedge’s analysis, concluding that the metal alloy that made it up was exceedingly complicated.
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 minute quantities, according to Gheorghita. What was the significance of an artifact with these features being found near mastodon bones? It should be impossible, because the aluminum in its pure condition does not exist in nature, and humans only achieved such purity in the nineteenth century.
The piece, according to an aeronautical expert, resembles airplane landing gear. Two flawless oval perforations are also present, showing that the Aiud wedge was certainly produced artificially. The theories that have been proposed to explain the enigma Some researchers believe it is a man-made device, which would be illogical at the time. It’s even been compared to the fulcrum of space modules like the Viking, although that comparison hasn’t yielded any results.
This, along with other factors, has led us to believe it may have been part of an extraterrestrial spaceship. In the distant past, what purpose might a modern piece of technology serve? In an essay published in Ancient Skies, Gheorghita revealed that he spoke with an aeronautical engineer about the artifact and the results of his investigations.
The engineer stated that it was a piece of aviation landing gear based on its composition and the hole in the jock, as well as a pattern of abrasions and scratches on the metal. Why was such an advanced piece of technology discovered among such ancient fossils, and how did it happen? How did it get there in the first place? It’s possible that we’re dealing with the relics of a UFO crash from the distant past, or something else entirely.