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S1.1. Columns of magnetic field yield from UFO propulsors are square in the cross-section

The columns of magnetic field yielded from the propulsors of a UFO must reflect the shape of the device that produced them. If these columns are yielded by Oscillatory Chambers, they must be square in the cross-section. Thus they would differ from the circular columns of the field yielded by any other device that may possibly have produced them (e.g. electromagnets). As it is a relatively easy task to recognize the shape of the columns of magnetic field yield by UFOs, this provides the first opportunity to detect whether these extraterrestrial spacecraft in fact use the Oscillatory Chamber.
The easiest way of recognizing the shape of the field's columns yielded by propulsors of a UFO is to observe the so-called "black bars" formed from this field. (The formation of these black bars is described in subsection F3.4). These black bars must exactly reflect the shape of the field's columns and therefore when these columns are produced by square Oscillatory Chambers they must also be square in the cross-section. The best configuration of UFOs to observe these bars are so-called "semi-attached configurations" and "detached configurations" - see configurations #3 and #4 in Figure F6. So far a number of photographs were already published which show these configurations of UFOs, two of which are shown in Figure S1. One of the most clear of these is a series of colour photographs of a UFO configuration flying at a low height, taken on 16 June 1963 by Paul Villa of Alberquerque, New Mexico, USA. Probably the best reproduction of these photographs was published in one of the early edition of the OMNI magazine (most probably a 1979 edition). Some of them were also reproduced in colour in [1S1.1] "The Unexplained" magazine, Vol 1, No 1, 1980, page 10; in the book [2S1.1] by Allan Hendry (Foreword by J. Allen Hynek): "The UFO Handbook" (Sphere Books Limited, London, England, 1980) page 210; and in the book [3S1.1] by David C. Knight: "UFOs: A Pictorial History from Antiquity to the Present" (McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1221 Avenue of Americas, New York, NY 10020, USA, New York - St. Louis - San Francisco, 1980, ISBN 0-07-035103-1) pages 110-111. The UFO captured on Villa's photographs represents a detached configuration formed from two vehicles type K7. The outlines of the lower vehicle, flying in a reversed position, are wrapped into a magnetic lens therefore this lower vehicle can be seen only partially. On high quality copies of these photographs eleven "black bars" which run between the facing outlets from side propulsors of the upper and lower vehicle are clearly visible. Unfortunately, the shape of these bars is difficult to determine from Villa's photographs. But it is quite well described by some eye witnesses as it is explained below. Another good example of a photograph (originally also in colour) of two UFOs type K7, but this time flying in a telekinetic convention, is published in the magazine [4S1.1] "The Unexplained. Mysteries of Mind, Space & Time", Volume 1, Issue 1, 1980, page 4. Both vehicles are also joined with each other in a detached configuration. It is shown in Figure T1.
In the majority of visual UFO observations the shape of the black bars seen at the outlets from propulsors was not determined. However, there is still a number of such cases when the witnesses took special notice of this shape, and remember it exactly. In all these cases the black bars appear to be square. Let us now review examples of such observations the documentation of which has come into my files.
On 12 July 1981 Mrs and Mr Thew (50 King Street, Temuka near Timaru, New Zealand) witnessed two UFOs hovering over their home, which were coupled together in the so-called detached configuration. The observed configuration was identical to the one shown on the photograph from Figure S1. In the Temuka vehicle however, because of a different angle of observation, the shape of the second, inverted spacecraft was not warped by the action of a magnetic lens, and therefore this lower spacecraft was as clearly visible as the upper one. Mrs and Mr Thew saw the black bars and very definitely noted that they were square in the cross-section.
In the book [5S1.1] Joshua Strickland: "There are aliens on earth! Encounters". Grosset & Dunlop, New York, 1979, ISBN 0-448-15078-6, page 11 an illustration of the semi-attached configuration of two UFOs which kidnapped a Brazilian soldier named José Antonio da Silva is published - see Figure S2. The black bars observed on this vehicle were clearly indicated to be square in the cross-section.
One of the most objective types of evidence confirming the square cross-section of columns of magnetic field yield by UFOs are the scorched marks left on the ground by these vehicles during their landings. Such marks, in this monographs called "UFO landing sites", usually take the shape of a ring with a single scorched patch in the centre. (A more detailed description of these marks is provided in subsection O5.1 /?/.) When a UFO lands in an inverted position, the outlet from its main propulsor almost touches the ground. In such a case, if the vehicle's field remains non-whirling, a central mark scorched on the ground by this propulsor must correspond to the shape of a column of magnetic field yield from this propulsor. I have investigated a number of marks resulting from such UFO landings, and in fact have discovered sites which contain a clearly burnt square mark in their centre. An example of such a site is shown in Figure S3 (compare the central mark from this Figure with the outlines of the twin-chamber capsule shown in Figure A1 "c" and in photograph from Figure S5). The existence of these permanently burnt square marks in UFO landing sites provides vital material evidence in support of the thesis of this chapter.

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