A rare aluminum device, called “wedge of Aiud” could be part of a 20,000-year-old UFO. It was the year 1973 when some workers from a quarry, near the city of Aiud, in Romania, accidentally discovered, some 10 meters deep, fossilized bones together with a rather strange object. The bones were mastodon, and the object was initially thought to be the head of an ax used by the ancients to hunt animals.
The curious block was donated to the History Museum of Transylvania, to be rediscovered and analyzed many years later. Its weight turned out to be 5 pounds, and its approximate measures of 20 x 12.5 x 7 centimeters.
The chemical tests carried out in a laboratory in Lausanne, Switzerland, to determine its composition, showed that the artifact was constituted mostly by aluminum (89%), with the minor participation of 11 other metals in specific proportions. The thick layer of oxide of a millimeter of thickness that covered of even form to the block helped to date the antiquity of this in about 400 years. However, the geological layer in which it was found (Pleistocene) suggests that it already existed some 20,000 years ago in the past.(Wedge of Aiud)
Florin Gheorghita, on the other hand, had the opportunity to examine the report and the analysis carried out under the direction of Dr. Niederkorn of the Institute for the Study of Nonmetallic Metals and Minerals (ICPMMN), located in Magurele, Romania, stressed in that it is composed of an extremely complex metal alloy.
Gheorghita states that the alloy is composed of 12 different elements, of which the percentage of aluminum volume (89%) has also been established. It also identified the presence of copper (6.2%), silicon (2.84%), zinc (1.81%), lead (0.41%), Laguna (0.33%), zirconium (0, 2%), cadmium (0.11%), nickel (0.0024%), cobalt (0.0023%), bismuth (0.0003%), silver (0.0002%), and gallium (in amounts ).(Wedge of Aiud)