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S1.2. Outlets of UFO propulsors are square and reveal gold or yellow bands of electric sparks rotating inside

The shape of the columns of the magnetic field yielded by UFOs can also be recognized from the observations of layers of ionized air that glows at the outlets of vehicles' propulsors, or from the outlines of the propulsors' contours. The evidence from the subsection that follows documents this aspect.
The most objective source of information regarding the shape of layers of air ionized at outlets from UFO propulsors are photographs of these extraterrestrial vehicles taken in circumstances especially good for capturing the glow of this air, i.e. during photographing from underneath, when the light is dimmed (e.g. in evening), when the air is humid (e.g. tropical) and thus supporting the ionization, and in the case when the vehicle's field is stationary (i.e. non-whirling). A number of such photographs was already published. The best of these is a photograph of a UFO type K3 which on 3 January 1979 hovered motionlessly over Butterworth in Malaysia. This photograph was published in the newspaper [1S1.2] National Echo, of Penang, Malaysia, 4 January 1979 edition. It was subsequently reproduced in the [2S1.2] Mufon UFO Journal, February 1980 edition, page 8. The original reproduction of this photograph was impossible to obtain, therefore in this monograph I show only the newspaper reproduction of it - see Figure P15. Unfortunately, from this reproduction it is impossible to determine what shape exactly the outlets from UFO propulsors have (presumably this is because the field of the vehicle was spinning during taking this photograph).
Much better opportunity for determining this shape came from a photograph taken by a New Zealand fisherman named Norman Neilson (Motunau Beach, North Canterbury, New Zealand). On October 1979 he took a slide photograph of his newly-purchased fishing boat. But by chance in addition to the boat he also captured a K5 type UFO in which the areas of ionized air at the outlets from the side propulsors of this spacecraft are clearly visible. His photograph, presented in Figure P16, is similar to the one shown in Figure P15, but the base of a UFO is captured under a slightly sharper angle. A former Air Force photography expert, the late Fred Dickenson of Timaru, New Zealand, conducted some research on the Motunau UFO picture. His enlargements revealed that the columns of a magnetic field yield from the outlets of the side propulsors of the spacecraft display the features characteristic for the square shape in the cross-section. The above mentioned photograph and its enlargement have been published in the [3S1.2] "Xenolog UFO Magazine" (New Zealand), no 122, January/March 1980, pp. 10-12.
In the book [4S1.2] David Wallechinsky and Irving Wallace, "The People's Almanac #2", A Bantam Book, Inc., New York 1978, ISBN 0-553-01137-5, page 599, there is the description of a landed UFO observed by Mr Gabriel Gachignard, a customs official from Marignane Airport (France). He noticed the square shape of forms which he took to be windows, but which in fact were layers of air ionized by the pulsating magnetic field at the outlets of the vehicle's side propulsors. Here is the relevant quotation from [4S1.2], which describes Gachignard's UFO observation:
"It had the shape of a football, he recalls, with very pointed ends. He estimated the object's dimensions to be 3 ft. high and 15 ft. long {i.e. around 0.9 and 4.5 metres}. The underside was in a shadow, but along the top was a row of four SQUARE windows, from which emanated a pulsating light, ghostly and soft, which changed colours from bluish to greenish in a sort of throbbing pattern."
Note that in this quotation, as well as in all others cited in this monograph, in the wavy brackets {like so} my explanatory commentaries not present in the original text are included.
To make the above quotation more understandable, perhaps it is worth presenting the formal interpretation of this sighting, prepared on the basis of the Theory of the Magnocraft. This interpretation states that because of the prevailing darkness Mr Gachignard saw only the upper surface of two side flanges in a spherical complex formed from two transparent UFOs type K3. (The manner of forming such a complex is presented in Figures F1 /?/ and P9, whereas the exact shape of single vehicles that were combined into this complex is illustrated in Figures A1 /?/ and F1 /?/). This complex was slightly slanted towards the observer, in order to adjust the positioning of its propulsors to the local inclination angle of the Earth's magnetic field. Due to this slanting the outlines of its flange took the oval appearance, similar to a rugby ball. The transparent body of the vehicle, namely its two domes containing crew cabins, was hidden from the sight in darkness. The orientation of the vehicle allowed the witness to see the outlets from four side propulsors (outlets from the remaining four side propulsors were hidden behind the unseen crew cabin of the upper vehicle).
On 20th January 1982, Mr Wayne Lockwood of Wanganui, New Zealand, was momentarily dazzled by a beam of white light emitted from the centre of a UFO hovering over him. It is known from the Theory of the Magnocraft that such a light is produced when the Oscillatory Chamber is turned into a kind of fluorescent bulb (see subsection F1.3 /?/). Therefore the outlet of the device which produces this beam of light should be definitely square-shaped. Mr Lockwood looked up to the source of light and noted clearly that it was square in contour.
His case was investigated by Mrs Carol Thompson (104 Hillcrest Road, Hamilton, New Zealand) who prepared a report on his sighting.
On 23 July 1981 at 10:30 PM Mr James L. McCabe (49 Highland Avenue, Dover, New Jersey, USA) observed for about 20 seconds a metallic object approaching his home at the height of approximately 500 metres. On the upper surface of this UFO he noticed some RECTANGULAR-shaped forms which he described as windows or port-holes made of magnifying lenses. They were set back from the surface in two steps similar to graduations. The left form had an irregular band of YELLOW light running down and around the edges of its central part. The description of Mr McCabe's sighting is published in [5S1.2] the April-May 1983 issue of the "CUFOS Associate Newsletter", pages 4 to 5. If to analyse what actually was observed, the McCabe's description of the above forms corresponds perfectly to the facing surfaces of the twin-chamber capsules from the side propulsors of the observed UFO, operating in the mode of inner flux prevalence - see Figure C6 (a) /?/. The impression of magnifying and dislocation was probably caused by the light being bent by the circulating flux yield from the outer chamber.

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