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G10.4. Black bars of the magnetic field - tina - 29.10.2015

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G10.4. Black bars of the magnetic field

The super powerful and fast pulsating magnetic field, of the type generated by the Magnocraft propulsion, has the amazing ability to absorb light that shines onto it. This ability is caused by a component of the phenomenon that is forming the “magnetic lens” already described in subsection G10.3. It is formed by force lines of such a powerful magnetic field acting like strands of fibro-optic fibres, which intercept light and bend the path of this light in such a manner that it is never able to leave closed circuits of these force lines. In the result, each strand of force lines of such a highly concentrated, pulsating magnetic field that leaves Magnocraft’s propulsors, acts like a kind of trap for light in optics called a “black hole”. Namely, the light enters these force lines, but never is able to leave them. Thus, the powerful magnetic field that spreads from Magnocraft’s propulsors, is going to look quite unusual. To the causal observer who is watching it, this field is going to resemble a kind of “black light” that is shining from the interior of a “magical torch”. In turn, when this magnetic field imitating “black light” is going to cross the space, after being tightly packed into a condensed column, the casual observer is going to have an impression that is looking at a solid object which resembles a bar made of some black material.
There are some arrangements of the Magnocraft, e.g. the cigar-shaped complexes (Figures G7 and G8-1), and the semi-attached or detached configurations (see Figures G9a, G10, and G28b), in which the side propulsors belonging to different vehicles face and attract one another, at the same time being kept at a distance from each other. Therefore the highly concentrated pulsating magnetic field yielded by these propulsors passes through the environment, forming types of dense columns with clearly distinguishable boundaries. These columns pass through the environment that prevails between outlets of both propulsors (from both vehicles which face each other). When these columns are observed from a direction that is perpendicular to the field's force lines, they must absorb and trap the light. Because they are yielded by Oscillatory Chambers that usually have a square cross section, thus they appear to eye-witnesses as black, square bars. In this monograph, and also in other my publications, they are called “black bars”. Because they appear intensely dark, they typically can be taken by casual observers as solid permanent forms extending from the structure of the vehicles, not as optical illusive creations formed just from magnetic field. The cross section of these columns is going to reflect the square shape of the Oscillatory Chambers, which in Magnocraft of the first generation produce the magnetic field that formed them.
From the above explanation results a definition of the black bars. It states that the “black bars are pillars or space forms created from fast-pulsating magnetic field of a huge density and clearly distinguishable boundaries, the force lines of which are capable of intercepting and trapping the light.”
Black bars may be formed only by sources of magnetic field, the output of which exceeds the value of the so-called “starting flux”, means by sources of the field utilised in propulsors of the Magnocraft and UFOs. The requirement of their appearance is that the magnetic field that forms them must pulsate very fast. In moments when this field diminishes (i.e. in these periods of subsequent pulsations, when the value of magnetic flux drops to zero) such a field allows the light to enter inside of the strands of magnetic field force lines, where this light is then intercepted and trapped. Constant (means non-pulsating) fields do not form black bars, because they do not have these brief periods when force lines diminish completely thus making possible for light to enter inside of such concentrated field strands. Thus permanent fields are only going to bend the light, thus forming the phenomenon which in subsection G10.3 is described under the name of “magnetic lens”.
In various arrangements of the Magnocraft, the number of these black bars is always equal to the number of operational side propulsors contained in the coupled vehicles. This could facilitate the identification of the type of coupled vehicles (see Figure G28b). But one needs to remember that, unfortunately, not every such bar can always be seen, as some of them can be hidden behind the vehicles' shells or behind other black bars. Notice that in semi-attached configurations the black bars pass between the main and side propulsors of the facing vehicles (see Figure G9a).
A phenomenon identical to that which causes the black bars to appear, is also in action during the observation of twin-chamber capsules - see Figure F6. The circulating flux of such capsules, when observed from a direction perpendicular to the field force lines, is perceived as an area of complete blackness. Moreover, when a Magnocraft's propulsor operating in the outer flux prevalence is observed from the inside of this vehicle, for the same reason it also looks as though it is filled with black smoke or black light. (Further details concerning the phenomena involved in the blackish appearance of the Magnocraft's field observed from a direction perpendicular to its force lines, are presented in subsection F7.1. In turn examples of such observations are described in subsections S1.4 and P2.13.2, and illustrated in Figures S4 to S6.)

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