G12. Explosion sites of the Magnocraft
© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

G12. Explosion sites of the Magnocraft

Magnetic field is known from its ability to accumulate huge amounts of energy. For this reason Magnocraft uses magnetic field not only as a propelling medium, but also as a carrier of the resources of energy. So in Magnocraft as many as two following functions are performed by the same magnetic field: (1) propelling, (2) fuelling. (I.e. in Magnocraft the magnetic field is an equivalent to tyres and also to petrol from our present cars.) The development of equations from subsection G5.5 that describe this vehicle mathematically, allows us to calculate the amount of magnetic energy contained in magnetic field of a single Magnocraft. I already carried out such calculations for Magnocraft of the first generation, while the methodology and results of this calculations are published in subsection G5.5 of this monograph. As it is already determined in subsection G5.5, the amount of magnetic energy accumulated in propulsors of a smallest K3 type of Magnocraft is an equivalent of about 1 Megaton of TNT. Thus a rapid release of all this energy (e.g. through exploding this vehicle) must produce an enormous area of destruction. Even in case of exploding a smallest Magnocraft (i.e. of a K3 type), this destruction is to correspond to a simultaneous explosion of over 80 nuclear bombs of the size dropped at Hiroshima.
A site where any magnetically propelled (i.e. Magnocraft-like) vehicle has exploded must be characterized by a number of unique attributes. These attributes are absent in land formations of a natural origin. The uniqueness of these attributes directly results from the unconventional construction and operation of the Magnocraft. The most distinctive of these attributes can be used for identification of the Magnocraft's explosion sites, and for distinguishing them from any other catastrophic land formations, such as meteorite impact craters, sites of volcanic eruptions, etc.
However, before we list here attributes of Magnocraft’s explosion sites, we firstly need to explain their classification. The reason why this classification turns out to be very useful, is the close relationship between attributes of a given explosion site, and a characteristics of a vehicle or object that exploded on this site. Let us illustrate this relationship with use of an example. Let us assume that two approximately identical craters were formed in the ground through two different explosive charges, i.e. a pile of TNT, and a nuclear bomb (in monograph [5/3] compare craters shown in part a from Figure G5 and in part d of Figure G4). Both these craters would be formed if the explosive charges would rapidly release approximately the same amount of energy in similar conditions (e.g. by being placed underground on the same depth). But because sources of this energy were different, thus also some specific attributes of both craters would need to differ. For example, the crater formed in the effect of a nuclear explosion would be polluted with radioactive materials. In turn the crater from a TNT explosion would initially be filled with TNT-related gases, but would not have any radioactive pollution. In order to summarise the above in a form of definition, “attributes of an energy carrier from a given exploding object always are reflected (super-positioned) in the explosion site of this object.
The above rule has numerous consequences not only for investigators of terrorists’ bombs, but also in relationship to identification of Magnocraft explosion sites. It allows to distinguish Magnocraft explosions from explosions of any other energy carriers (e.g. large meteorites or comets). Furthermore, it allows to determine additionally the generation of a Magnocraft that exploded in a given site. As this is already highlighted in other subsections of this monograph (especially in B1 and M6), as many as three generations of Magnocraft may explode. Because in each of these generations the lifting force is formed by a different phenomena, thus also attributes of the energy carriers must be different for them. (For example, in Magnocraft of the first generation lifting forces are generated by magnetic attraction and repulsion, in Magnocraft of the second generation – by the Telekinetic Effect, while in Magnocraft of the third generation – by the deformation of magnetic field that changes the configuration of time-space.) In turn attributes of these energy carriers must be superimposed on the explosion site of a given Magnocraft. So if we appropriately classify attributes of such explosion sites, then the fact of presence of given classes on a specific explosion site, is going to indicate not only that a Magnocraft exploded there, but also pinpoint for us the exact generation to which this vehicle belonged. 
Our classification is to be initiated from Magnocraft of the first generation. Explosion sites of these vehicles are to display the presence of as many as three different classes of attributes. None of these classes is present in sites of natural explosions (e.g. present in sites where large meteorites hit the ground). These classes include: 
(#A) attributes related to enormous space density of energy (i.e. all consequences that result from the release of huge amounts of energy in a very small space), 
(#B) attributes related to magnetism (i.e. all consequences that result from the fact that the energy being released has the form of powerful magnetic field), and 
(#C) attributes relating to transport capabilities of Magnocraft (i.e. all consequences that result from the fact that a piloted vehicle exploded, which had appropriate technological design, unique principles of operation, and that carried intelligent beings on the deck). Let us now explain the essence of attributes that belong to each of these classes and let us provide most representative examples of them.
Into the class of attributes related to enormous space density of energy all phenomena belong that are unique for the release of huge amounts of energy in a very small space. Such phenomena appear only when a specific “threshold value of space energy density” is exceeded. So these phenomena do NOT appear during the so-called “natural explosions”, for example during an impact of a huge meteorite. They even do not appear during technological explosions of a similar power, but lesser spacial density of energy - for example during a technological explosion of appropriate amount of TNT (which although produces a required force of the explosion, but does NOT form the required spacial density of energy). Examples of such phenomena include a synthesis (in the air) of gold nuggets, or the formation of trinitite and ceramic stones, both phenomena of which do not appear e.g. in case of a huge meteorite fall or in case of an explosion of a huge mountain formed from packets of TNT. But to this type of phenomena do NOT belong such phenomena as: the formation of the explosion itself, with its high temperature and pressure, the formation of a mushroom cloud, the formation of a “firestorm”, and also all consequences of these phenomena, e.g. the formation of a crater, lying down trees, creation of the destruction area, etc. After all, this group of phenomena appears during every explosion of a similar force, in this number also during natural explosions.
During Magnocraft’s explosions, consequences related to the above-threshold energy density, are to be additionally reinforced by magnetism related attributes. This happens similar like in case of nuclear explosions, where to a destruction caused by huge amounts of energy being released also additional phenomena would be superimposed that result from radioactivity of the nuclear charge exploded. In Magnocraft’s explosions, these magnetism related attributes include all consequences that result from the appearance of a huge “magnetic flash”, means from a turbulent magnetic field that is released by disintegrating magnetic propulsors of this vehicle. Examples of such magnetism related attributes include: magnetisation of the soil and rock, displacement of magnetic poles of Earth into new locations (this appears only during especially powerful magnetic explosions), magnetic disturbances of fields of Earth and Sun, etc.
Finally attributes related to energy density and to magnetism, are additionally complemented by attributes that are related to transport capabilities of Magnocraft. Their example is a tendency of crews of other similar vehicles to inspect sites of former explosions of their colleagues, similarly as car drivers display the tendency to slow down and to look at sites of car accidents that they know of. This monograph, and also monographs from series [5], provide many examples of classes of attributes listed here.
Sites where Magnocraft-like vehicles of the second generation have exploded, will display four classes of unique attributes. (These four classes of unique attributes will be displayed by sites where have exploded Magnocraft or UFOs which are called “telekinetic vehicles” because they utilise telekinetic propulsion systems.) These four classes include: (#A) attributes of above-threshold spacial density of energy that result from the release of huge amounts of energy in a relatively small space, 
(#B) attributes related to magnetism which result from the fact that this energy is in the form of a powerful magnetic field, 
(#C) transport related attributes which result from the fact that a piloted vehicle exploded which carried a specific number of intelligent beings on the deck, and 
(#D) telekinetic attributes resulting from the fact that the magnetic field of this vehicle formed the Telekinetic Effect when the explosion took place (for details of the Telekinetic Effect see subsections H6.1 and L1 /?/). So in addition to all three classes of attributes that appear also during explosions of Magnocraft of the first generation, catastrophes of telekinetic vehicles must induce further processes and phenomena, which appear only if the Telekinetic Effect was released at the time of given explosion. Examples of such additional processes and phenomena can include: freezing of the telekinetic field in the environment (means, causing the so-called “permanent telekinetisation” of the environment - as this is described in subsection NB1), or producing various transformations (mutations) of vegetation and animals (on principles similar to these when sick cells are transformed into healthy cells by telekinetic healers - for details see subsections NB3 and NB2). Because of the long-term biological action of the Telekinetic Effect, we need to be aware that consequences of telekinetic explosions of Magnocraft of the second and third generations will exert a serious “biological” impact on all living organisms that are to stay longer in areas of such former explosions (e.g. will cause a highly “muscular” growth of local people – see subsection NB4).
The most wide array of attributes appears in former explosion sites of Magnocraft-like vehicles of the third generation. (These vehicles, which include Magnocraft and UFOs, are also called “time-vehicles”, because their propulsion system displays the ability to change a natural elapse of time.) The array includes following classes: 
(#A) attributes relating to the above-threshold density of energy which result from the release of huge amounts of energy in a relatively small space, 
(#B) attributes related to magnetism which result from the fact the released energy takes the form of a powerful magnetic field, 
(#C) transport related attributes which result from the fact that a piloted vehicle exploded and it carried a specific number of intelligent beings on the deck, 
(#D) telekinetic attributes resulting from the fact that the magnetic field of this vehicle formed the Telekinetic Effect when explosion took place, and 
(#E) time-related attributes which result from a time surge that is introduced by disintegrating propulsors of a given time-vehicle (for descriptions of time and time-vehicles see subsections H9.1, M1, and M2). So in addition to all four classes of attributes that appear also during explosions of telekinetic Magnocraft of the second generation, catastrophes of time-vehicles must induce powerful disturbances in natural elapse of time which are to spread over the area affected by these explosions. Some consequences of these disturbances in time will be similar to multiplied effects described near the end of subsection M1 (e.g. under the name of “effect of duplication of time”), although many of them it is even impossible to predict at our present stage of development. In current terminology such phenomena are usually described as “paranormal”. For people and animals that accidentally are present in their range, these phenomena may manifest e.g. through a rapid shifting to times and to centuries that are very distant from the presence, or unexpected appearance of animals and people that are already extinct for a long time, or a temporary participation in phenomena and events that took place in far past or are going to take place in distant future, or having visions similar to hallucinations but taking place in a full awareness, or distortion of the action of known laws of nature, etc. In monograph [5/3], at the end of chapter J, an example of one of such extraordinary events is described, which in my opinion took place in the result of exploding a time-vehicle by UFOnauts. Because many of time-related attributes that appear in sites of explosions of time- vehicles are to be perceived most clearly by people with developed ESP capabilities, such areas of former Magnocraft explosions may become favourite places of gathering, meditations, or activities of these people.
It is worth to add here, that from the point of view of range and power of explosion, it does not matter which generation of the Magnocraft has exploded in a given place. So the first three classes of attributes of such explosion sites will be identical independently whether propulsors of a given vehicle produced a magnetic force, telekinetic thrust, or a change in the elapse of time. These classes are to be mainly depending on the type of vehicle that exploded in a given place (i.e. K3, K4, etc.), and also on the amount of destructive magnetic energy that accumulated propulsors of this vehicle. Thus, all differences in attributes of former explosion sites of Magnocraft of subsequent generations, boil down to the presence or absence of telekinetic attributes (with a vital “biological” impact) or time-related attributes (i.e. with a vital “paranormal” impact).
So let us now list the most characteristic attributes of former Magnocraft’s explosion sites which belong to each category explained above.
#A. Attributes related to the above-threshold spacial density of energy. These result from huge amounts of energy accumulated in propulsors of the exploding Magnocraft and released in a very small space thus producing an extreme spacial density of the explosion energy.
#A1. An energy yield comparable to that from a most powerful thermonuclear bomb released in a very small space. As this is explained in subsection G5.5, even in explosion sites of smallest Magnocraft type K3, the yield of energy always exceeds 1 Megaton of TNT (i.e. 1 Megaton of TNT is the minimal energy content of the smallest type K3 of the Magnocraft. This means that the blasting of the smallest Magnocraft is equivalent to at least the simultaneous explosion of about 80 atomic bombs of the size dropped at Hiroshima). Such an enormous energy yield is released almost in a “point”, means in relatively small volume of space that is occupied by the structure of the exploding Magnocraft. So this energy is going to have a spacial density that is impossible for accomplishing by natural phenomena. This in turn causes the formation of unique phenomena that occur only when energy exceeds appropriate “threshold value of spacial energy density”, thus which are NOT going to be formed in natural explosions that do not reach this threshold density of energy. An example of such unique phenomena can be massive nuclear synthesis of gold nuggets in the post-explosion mushroom cloud. These nuggets later fall down onto the surface of fields which surround the explosion site, forming the so-called “golden fleece” that formerly existed e.g. in post-explosive areas of New Zealand – for details see monograph [5/3]. So this limited to a small “point” release of huge energy, the density of which exceeds the “threshold value”, is going to distinguish sites of Magnocraft’s explosions, from sites of natural explosions. In such areas of natural explosions no phenomena requiring the above-threshold value of spacial energy density will appear. Simultaneously, such a huge limited to a “point” release of energy will NOT be accompanied by a detectable radioactive pollution of the area (as would be the case with a thermonuclear explosion). On the other hand it WILL be accompanied by a strong, turbulent magnetization of the surrounding area.
#A2. Devastation that is distinctive for a high-energy explosion in a small space, not for the impact of a space object or for an eruption. The destruction at the Magnocraft's explosion site is caused by the effects of a powerful explosion in mid-air or near/at the ground level. So such a site will NOT display any attributes of an impact crater (i.e. alien debris, uplifted rejection rim, etc.) or an eruption crater. If the vehicle exploded in mid-air, the effects will be similar to that of an aerial nuclear explosion (i.e. no crater present, trees still standing below the zero point, etc.). If the vehicle exploded on, or near, the ground, a rimless elliptical crater of shockwave origin (not impact origin) will be formed.
#A3. Sequence of detonations. Each Oscillatory Chamber contained in an exploding vehicle constitutes a separate bomb heavily loaded with magnetic energy. Thus, there must appear short time delays between the explosions of subsequent Oscillatory Chambers. If the exploding vehicle consists of a cigar-shaped flying complex (see Figure G7), the blasting of which spreads from one of its ends to the other, slightly longer time delays should also appear between the explosions of subsequent vehicles. Therefore eye witnesses who survived such an explosion of a cigar-shaped configuration of the Magnocraft should NOT describe the explosion as a single "bang". They rather should recall it as a few separate series of detonations. Each one of these series would indicate a different vehicle exploding and thus would comprise a fast sequence of bangs from the explosions of individual Oscillatory Chambers inside this vehicle. An appropriate counting of individual bangs should allow them to determine the type of vehicle (because of their "n" number), whereas counting the number of series allows them to determine the number of vehicles that exploded.
An unusual feature of the acoustic effects caused by the explosions of the Magnocraft is that their sound is carried by two independent media, i.e. magnetic field waves and acoustic waves. The disturbance of the magnetic field moves with the speed of light and causes a shaking of the individual ions contained in the air. Thus bangs carried by these magnetic waves must be heard simultaneously with the flash of the explosion, and are not able to reach witnesses who are beyond the horizon. The acoustic waves move slower (depending on the distance from the exploding Magnocraft, they will arrive appropriately later) and they are able to reach beyond the horizon.
#A4. The presence of minerals at the site, which originate from the liquidation and subsequent hardening of the site's native soil, lifted (sucked) or rejected as the result of the explosion. These minerals take two forms, namely trinitite-type dust falls, and ceramic stones commonly known as "china stones" or "porcelain stones".
The glassy "trinitite" dust falls originate from the sucking of loose soil dust by the explosion, the melting of this dust, and subsequent dropping of it after being hardened. It contains numerous globules of silicate in small, glassy droplets or bulbs, like the congealed particles of "trinitite" found in 1945 at the atomic test site at Alamogordo, New Mexico, USA, where the formation of this artificial mineral was documented for the first time.
The larger ceramic "china stones" or "porcelain stones" are formed from big lumps of clay and soil originating from an explosion site that were blasted into the air, compressed by the pressure of the explosion, aerodynamically shaped by the flight in hot air, baked by the heat, and then dropped along the direction of the shockwaves. Thus, they take aerodynamic shapes, and their properties resemble those of lumps of "china" ("porcelain"). Sometimes china stones may incorporate organic matter (leaves, branches, grass, etc.) that during the explosion mixed with local soil. China stones can be formed only during near ground or ground level (i.e. not mid-air) explosions whose shockwaves spray lumps of soil into the air. They usually take extraordinary shapes, that have rounded all edges, the surface of which is glassy, while their mechanical attributes correspond to these displayed by lumps of porcelain.
#A5. Evaporation (elimination) various radiation sensitive microelements from the soil (e.g. selenium, iodine, molybdenum, calcium). This elimination is caused by the action of various kinds of radiation on microelements contained in the soil. Powerful flashes of this radiation are emitted during the explosion. Their effect is that various microelements that are sensitive for these kinds of radiation are evaporated from the soil. In turn the lack (deficiency) of these microelements may influence the health of living organisms that populate a given area. For example, various unusual illnesses may appear there (like the Severe Immune Deficiency Syndrome, also called the “Tapanui Flu”, that plagues people living near the UFO explosion site from Tapanui in New Zealand).
#B. Magnetism-related attributes. These results from a powerful flash of magnetic field produced by disintegrating propulsors in an exploding Magnocraft.
#B1. Turbulent magnetization of the site. The entire area of the explosion site must be strongly magnetized in a turbulent (i.e. disorganized) manner. Such turbulent magnetization originates from a rapid release of the magnetic energy contained in propulsors of the magnetically propelled vehicle. It should manifest itself through:
- Anomalies in the direction and strength of the local magnetic field at the explosion site. Thus a sensitive magnetic compass used at the explosion site should indicate wrong directions, its needle should spin, and readings should vary from place to place.
- Unusual radio or television communication problems (e.g. self-vocalization of radio signals that may cause hearing radio-stations without actual radio receiver, diminishing of radio or television reception).
- The appearance of unusual weather anomalies, especially those which are perpetuated or conditioned by the electromagnetic mechanism (e.g. thunder storms, ionic winds, tornadoes).
#B2. (Conditionally) Rapid displacement of magnetic poles of Earth into new locations (one of these poles may even be shifted to the centre of a given explosion site). This dislocation appears only during exceptionally powerful magnetic explosions, the energy yield of which exceeds a specific critical value (probably amounting to an equivalent of around 70 megaton of TNT that exploded near Tapanui in New Zealand – for details see monograph [5/3]). In turn this shifting of magnetic poles may cause:
- Telekinetisation of areas on Earth, where these poles prevailed at the moment of explosion. From this telekinetisation in turn mutations of greater living organisms living later in that area may result (for details see subsection NB3).
- A rotation of the Earth’s crust in relation to the axis of rotation of pour planet. This rotation is to occur along a magnetic meridian that runs through a given explosion site. Connected with this rotation are going to be:
- Permanent climate changes on Earth, and
- Changes of location of stars for some areas on Earth, changes in length of day and night, invalidation of previous local calendar for these affected areas, etc.
#B3. (At the moment of explosion) Formation of a wave of sound-like magnetic disturbances. This wave by many eye witnesses is perceived as a sound wave that travels with the speed of light – for details see subsection G10.2.1.
#C. Transport-related attributes. These result from the functioning of the exploded vehicle as a means of transportation.
#C1. Cumulative explosion. Contemporary military technology uses an advanced type of missile containing so-called "cumulative charges". Such cumulative explosive charges are formed into a parabolic concave shape that resembles the mirror from a spot-light. They are designed to produce directed shockwaves, so that crushing of otherwise indestructible objects can be achieved (such as tanks, bunkers, shields, etc.). The placement of Oscillatory Chambers within the Magnocraft also resembles the parabolic mirror from a spot-light. Thus, this placement is equivalent to the distribution of explosives within missiles with cumulative charges. Therefore explosions of the Magnocraft must also display cumulative characters in which shockwaves are channelled in the direction perpendicular to the vehicles’ base. These shockwaves penetrate the surface of Earth like a steel wedge, causing a directional destruction.
#C2. Formation of a triangular devastation area. Because a Magnocraft flies almost always with its axis slanted towards the ground (in order to match the local course of the Earth's magnetic field), the shockwaves of its cumulative explosions must hit the ground at an angle. Therefore the area of destruction caused by an explosion of this vehicle should have a roughly triangular (butterfly) shape. The explosion site itself, i.e. the area into which the energy of explosion was directed (e.g. a crater) should have an elliptical shape with a triangular entry.
The geometrical axis of the destruction area and explosion site must lie along the line that at the time of explosion was occupied by the magnetic south/north direction. In turn the apical angle of the triangular destruction area must be proportional to the distance of the explosion site from the nearest magnetic pole of Earth.
#C3. Magnetic south/north orientation of the site. The axis of the explosion site and the devastation area must always be oriented towards a magnetic north-south or south-north direction. Because throughout years the positions of the magnetic poles are changeable, the explosion site is always oriented according to the date of the explosion (thus this date can be more easily determined).
It should be emphasized, that this orientation of the main axis of the explosion along the local magnetic meridian prevailing at the time of explosion, brings following additional significance:
- If the direction of flight of the vehicle that exploded has been observed by eye witnesses, the orientation of this axis may drastically contradict the expected direction of the vehicle's impact. For example, in Tunguska in Central Siberia eye witnesses have seen in 1908 a UFO vehicle descending westward, expecting the impact to also be channelled in the same direction, whereas in fact the Tunguska explosion was directed southward (if the Tunguska explosion was caused by a meteorite or comet impact, as present orthodox science explains this, then the main axis of destruction should represent an extension of the trajectory of this flight, means should be oriented from east to west).
- If a considered site is suspected to be made by a meteorite impact, such a south- north orientation of the destruction axis does not agree with the general east-west direction of the flights of meteorites. (It is known, that the configuration of our solar system causes the direction of meteorite falls to coincide with the eastward/westward vertical plane. Thus, trajectories of almost all natural space objects falling to Earth lie in an east-west direction. In turn such objects that arrive either from east, zenith, or from west, are unable to cause destruction that is directed towards south-north or north-south.)
The attributes #C2 and #C3 listed above result from the general principle that the central axis of a magnetically propelled vehicle should always be aligned towards the Earth's magnetic field force lines. Thus this axis must also be directed toward the Earth in the plane of a magnetic south-north direction that prevailed at the time of explosion.
#C4. The presence of fragments from the vehicle's structure (most probably made of, or consisting of, materials that do not appear in a natural state, e.g. technologically prepared metal such as aluminium, or alloy, or plastic). This structure is torn apart and partially melted or evaporated during the explosion. It may also mix with local materials lifted from the ground, creating composites that contain parts of the structure from the exploding vehicle and a congealed silicate from the soil. Note that during the explosion all ferromagnetic metals become magnetized, therefore iron remains of the vehicle should appear as "magnetite" (i.e. magnetized iron oxide particles).
#C5. Intelligent manoeuvres observed by eye witnesses. Local stories describing the explosion should contain some eye witness accounts which indicate that a flying vehicle had been seen just before the actual explosion took place and that this vehicle manoeuvred. Intelligent manoeuvres of this vehicle in many cases should be easily distinguishable from inertial flights of natural objects (e.g. comets or meteorites).
#C6. Interest in the site displayed by pilots of other magnetically propelled vehicles. This interest originates from the three following sources:
- Operational. The strong magnetization of the explosion site must disturb the environmental magnetic field, thus interacting with the vehicles' propulsion systems. In effect, some reaction on the part of the controlling computers is forced. This in turn must draw the attention of crews of such vehicles to the site, in a similar way as a slippery road draws the attention of car drivers. Of course, scientifically-minded members of these crews should try to check what causes such flight disturbances.
- Psychological. The place where a magnetically propelled vehicle exploded must fascinate pilots of other similar vehicles. This fascination corresponds to that of car drivers who are drawn to former sites of fatal car accidents. Therefore, just for pure curiosity, pilots of similar vehicles may take the opportunity of flying nearby to have a close look at the place where their colleagues died so spectacularly.
- Scientific. Because of the cataclysmic consequences of each Magnocraft's explosion, the designers of this vehicle must do everything possible to prevent a recurrence of such a catastrophe. Therefore, there will not be many places where such a vehicle exploded. But if an explosion in fact does occur, the site must be a subject for intensive scientific research to investigate the causes, course, and consequences of such an explosion.
Of course, any more noticeable interest in a particular area by pilots of such advanced vehicles as Magnocraft, must be noticed by local population. Moreover, all landings of these vehicles must leave marks on the ground, which are described in subsection G11. Therefore, reports of local citizens about frequent sightings of Magnocraft, supported by the presence of numerous landing marks, will provide further distinctive attributes that should help to identify a former Magnocraft's explosion site.
#D Telekinesis-related attributes. These attributes most probably appear only in former sites of explosions of telekinetic vehicles. This is because their character results directly from attributes of telekinetic propulsion system described in subsection L1 /?/.
#D1. Telekinetic stimulation of the environment and living organisms from vicinity of the explosion site. The strong telekinetic pollution frozen in the explosion sites discussed here should lead to the destruction of the subtle biological balance of such sites – for details see subsections H8.1, H8.2 and KB3. This in turn, when combined with the long term action of such altered biological activity, could cause unpredictable biological consequences. For example:
- Changes in speed and the size of growth of vegetation, animals, and people. For vegetation this speed in extreme cases may be intensified even 12 times (see subsection KB2).
- Changes in how people or animals feel (e.g. the increase or decrease their vitality, life energy, etc.)
- Appearance of extraordinary biological anomalies (e.g. illnesses) in people and animals.
- Mutations of numerous plants, insects, and animals.
#D2. Inducing in substances various processes and phenomena that accompany the Telekinetic Effect. Outcomes of the research to-date on the Telekinetic Effect suggest that this phenomenon is a kind of catalyser. It releases changes in various substances, which seem to contradict our to-date knowledge about physical and chemical processes – for details see subsection KB3. For example, this effect most probably is able to cause the so-called “nuclear synthesis” that transforms one group of elements into other group of elements, it may replace one element with other in various chemical substances, it can transform organic structures into mineral structures, and it may catalyse many other changes. Thus, there is a significant probability that former explosion sites of telekinetic vehicles are going to contain products of just such (unknown so-far for our science) action of the Telekinetic Effect. For example, their vicinity may be covered by “golden fleece” described in subsection C10 of monograph [5/3], in vegetation locked within “china stones” the carbon organic structures may be transformed into silicone crystallic structures, etc.
#E. Time-related attributes (paranormal). These most probably appear only in former sites of time-vehicles’ explosions. This is because their character results directly from attributes of a propulsion system that manipulates on the elapse of time – as described in subsection M1.
#E1. Time surges. Such surges are to cause numerous extraordinary phenomena. For example, they may include reappearance in the area of former explosion various vegetation, animals, or people that are extinct long time before. From the mechanism of operation point of view, such a reappearance resembles the principle of formation of the “effect of duplication of time” described in subsection M1. The outcome of it can be that near a former explosion site of a time-vehicle, animals may appear which are considered to be extinct. Such extinct organisms may appear either periodically or permanently. Examples of such periodical appearances may be illusive Moa birds that are periodically seen in New Zealand, although they are considered to be extinct already a long ago – for details see subsection C7 in monograph [5/3]. In turn an example of such permanent appearances may be famous New Zealand “living fossil” taking a form of a lizard-like creature called “tuatara” that originates from the same epoch as coal.
#E2. Saturation of the environment with field of time disturbances. A powerful “flash” of disturbances in time-space that occurs at the moment of explosion of a time-vehicle, most probably is getting frozen in objects that it affects. Thus, a field of such disturbances saturates soil in a given area of explosion, and also objects that are ejected from this area (e.g. ceramic stones in New Zealand called “china stones”). Thus, people who stay longer near sites of explosions of Magnocraft of the third generation may experience various paranormal phenomena. For example, they may experience disturbances in a “normal” elapse of time, have visions, experience various events from the past, accomplish an insight into the future, experience the fulfilment of their wishes, enjoy extraordinary “good luck” in the course of events that affect them, etc.
It is worth to notice here that attributes #E1 and #E2 above make also possible to identify approximate areas where time vehicles are to explode in the future. In the vicinity of such areas sporadically may appear animals that are going to live on Earth in far future. Furthermore, people that live in these areas may experience visions of the future. So such visions and sightings of unknown animals indicate regions where time vehicles probably are going to explode in future.

So if a catastrophic land formation is discovered somewhere, which is to display the
presence of the majority of attributes that belong to three first classes listed above (i.e. to classes #A, #B, and #C), then it means that this formation originates from an explosion of a Magnocraft-like vehicle of the first generation. The further presence of attributes from the class #D (telekinetic) indicates that a telekinetic vehicle most probably exploded in there. Finally the additional presence of attributes from the class #E (paranormal) confirms that the exploding vehicle most probably was a time vehicle.
The above method of classifying a given explosion site to a suitable generation has, however, one disadvantage. Namely, it is the incompetence of present Earth’s science in instrumental measurements of telekinetic or paranormal phenomena. Thus, our possible attempts to confirm the existence of such phenomena in a given explosion site are slightly similar to attempts of scientists living, let say, in times of Napoleon, who try to establish the existence of electrical potential on a given object. Although more capable of these scientists would be able to notice signs informing about the existence of such a potential, the lack at that time of any measuring instruments, such as for example present voltmeter, would make impossible the measurement of this potential. In turn the low knowledge of electricity that prevailed at that time would make impossible to decide whether an electrical potential that they detected is natural for a given object, or was caused by an artificial electrification.
So if the above is related to sites of Magnocraft’s explosions, the method of scientific acting prompts to us, that our present detection of telekinetic or paranormal phenomena in these sites, without a capability to measure them, and without the accumulation of appropriate experimental knowledge about them, not necessarily means that really Magnocraft of the second or third generation exploded there. After all, even an explosion of Magnocraft of the first generation most probably is going to induce a slight pollution of the environment with phenomena of these kinds. However, in present situation of the lack on Earth even the most simple devices for quantitative measurements of telekinetic and paranormal phenomena, in connection with the lack of tradition and experience in noticing such phenomena, the sole fact of discovery of such phenomena is still a good premise that suggest a probability of explosion of a vehicle of such higher generation. In turn the approval of the existence of such a premise is a first step towards a scientific learning of facts that hide behind it.


It is worth mentioning at this stage that two sites whose attributes exactly correspond to
those listed above have already been discovered and investigated. These are: the Tunguska Blast Site (formed on 30 June 1908 in the Tunguska region of Central Siberia, USSR) and the Tapanui Crater (formed on 19 June 1178 in West Otago, New Zealand). A further description of both these sites is provided in chapter O (see subsection O5.2 /?/), and also in separate monographs from the series marked [5] on the list of my publications from chapter Y.

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