A Roswell I-beam is the term used to refer to long metalic-like beams that were allegedly found at the Roswell crash site in 1947. There are a number of alleged beams, with various inscriptions. Some inscriptions have the likeness of "hieroglyphs", as they are shown to be small symbols plotted down the entire length of a beam. The beams were said to be very strong and lightweight.
The alleged Elephtheria beam is witnessed in the Roswell Santilli footage that shows a beam with inscriptions that appear to resemble Greek letters. In the footage, an officer initially holds the beam upside down, or wrong side forward. giving the impression that the symbols are unfamiliar. It’s argued that this action adds to the genuineness of the footage.
It’s said that the Elephtheria beam is broken off at one end, where the first symbol is, in the inscription set. It would have represented the first letter in E-l-e-ph-th-e-r-i-a, where the E ("Epsilon") appears to be missing.
In the research of Ricardo F. Arantes of Brazil, he reverses the sequence of the symbols to produce his hypothesis: DI-U-R-E-N-E-TH-E-A, as in "DI (of) URENTHEA", or URANTIA. In ufology, the significance of this interpretation would be of interest, as it would serve as a message, acknowledging: The Urantia Book. This book is said to have originated in Chicago some time between 1924 and 1955. Ufologists favor an early date, while debunkers favor the latter. The Urantia Book claims that Earth was once called “Urantia”; its contents are also claimed to be presented by celestial beings.
Thus, the Elephtheria beam could be translated as a palindrome, to mean FREEDOM OF EARTH, or OF EARTH FREEDOM, or (OF) EARTH = FREEDOM. However, the translation should be consider incomplete, as the beam shows an indication of being broken off, at least at one end.