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Mysterious metal monolith in Wales sparks UFO conspiracy theories

In Wales, a mysterious, metal monolith has appeared.
In Wales, a mysterious, metal monolith has appeared.
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4:36 PM EDT, March 13, 2024

Crop circles, unidentified flying objects, Area 51, and strange figures feed into the belief among conspiracy theorists that aliens exist and are on the brink of visiting Earth. From a scientific standpoint, considering the infinity of the universe, it seems naive to assume humans are the only intelligent life form.

UFOs captivate many

A significant number of conspiracy theory enthusiasts claim to have experienced what they describe as encounters with UFOs. Globally, groups have formed to unite UFO aficionados who eagerly search for evidence of extraterrestrial activity. The mystery surrounding UFOs has inspired authors, musicians, filmmakers, fashion designers, and beauty product creators, often leading to notable popularity for their works.

This fascination likely arises from the inherent curiosity and uncertainty about UFOs - no one knows for sure if they exist, their appearance, their activities, their diet, or the nature of their civilization. Humans are naturally attracted to the mysterious and the unknown.

A mysterious monolith appears in Wales

The discovery of a towering metal monolith in Hay-on-Wye, a town situated on the border of England and Wales, has caught the attention of conspiracy theory enthusiasts worldwide. With a population of approximately 1,846, Hay-on-Wye is renowned for its abundant second-hand bookshops and its annual literary festival. Now, it has gained further fame due to the metal monolith that emerged atop a hill in Powys County.

Builder Craig Muir was the first to stumble upon the monolith during a hill walk. He described his initial reaction as one of surprise, comparing the sighting to a UFO based on its refined metallic appearance, which resembled surgical steel. The structure, nearly 10 feet in height, stood perfectly upright, unwavering even in the windy conditions, as reported by "PA Media".

Muir also noted the inaccessibility of the hilltop to wheeled vehicles, suggesting whoever placed the monolith had to either airlift it or manually transport it up the hill.

Another metal monolith surfaces on Earth

The Welsh monolith is the latest in a series of similar structures discovered around the world, with previous finds reported in Utah, USA, Romania, and even Warsaw, Poland. Many interpret these monoliths as attempted communications from extraterrestrials to humans.

However, a more grounded theory exists. Some speculate that the monoliths might be an elaborate marketing stunt by a major corporation, suggesting that someone like Elon Musk, known for his unconventional projects and ideas, could be responsible. Whether these monoliths are indeed messages from otherworldly beings or simply a creative promotional tactic remains to be seen. Time will ultimately reveal the truth behind these mysterious structures.

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