Is this coin proof of the existence of parallel universes? Is it possible that it came to our world from the world where Germany won World War II and the Third Reich took over the planet? Or perhaps, it’s a glimpse into the future?
These questions arose when Diego Aviles found an extremely unusual coin at a construction site in Mexico. According to Diego, he was shocked when he looked at the image on the coin; a swastika was drawn there, and the coin itself turned out to be a Reichsmark (the monetary unit of the Third Reich).
But he was even more shocked when he looked at the engraved date “2039” .
While the leading digit of the date, the “2,” is nearly obliterated, Diego insists it’s there, and not alone. His claim gains credibility from the fact that genuine Reichsmarks from that era had a distinct appearance.
Diego Aviles shared a video of his unusual discovery on YouTube in February 2018.
The coin is supposedly made of silver and is quite worn, but a counterfeit can be made so that it looks just as worn and antique. In order to distinguish a real coin from a fake, a thorough examination is needed, but it is not yet clear whether it was carried out with this coin and whether it will be carried out in the future.
Further, in addition to the swastika and date, the coin also has inscriptions on both sides.
Moreover, in addition to the swastika and the date, the coin bears inscriptions on both sides. On the side featuring the swastika and eagle, the inscription reads “Nueva Alemania” (“New Germany”).
This is a real but diminutive village in Mexico, home to just five residents in 2010, originally founded by German immigrants in the 1920s.
However, in an alternate future, it could potentially have grown into a major city. Notably, the found coin doesn’t resemble the typical Reichsmark issued in 1943.
On the reverse side of the coin, there’s a peculiar inscription: “Alles in einer Nation” (“All in one nation”), which is unlike any found on actual German currency.
This is a very strange inscription that has not appeared on any German currency. So if this is a fake, it is a very strange one, which does not even try to look like the coins issued in the real Third Reich.
The most plausible explanation for discovering this coin at a Mexican construction site is that, in the 1930s, a German diplomat may have endeavored to persuade Mexico to align with their cause in the war.
Consequently, a unique collector’s coin might have been minted, reflecting the grand aspirations of the Third Reich. However, as history unfolded, Mexico sided with the Allies against Germany in 1942, causing these coins to be discarded and forgotten.
This is just a guess as there is no official answer as to where this coin came from.