G10.3. Properties of the Magnocraft during the magnetic lens mode of operation
© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

G10.3. Properties of the Magnocraft during the magnetic lens mode of operation

The Magnocraft's Oscillatory Chambers can also be so controlled that they produce a constant (i.e. non-pulsating) and stable magnetic field similar to that one produced by permanent magnets – for details see subsection F7.1. In such a case the vehicle displays a manoeuvrability identical to that present during the throbbing mode of operation (i.e. it is only capable of flights parallel to magnetic meridians and in vertical directions). But it simultaneously forms an additional extraordinary phenomenon, which in this monograph is named the "magnetic lens".
By the term "magnetic lens" we are to understand an appropriate configuration of a powerful, usually constant magnetic field, into which Magnocraft are able to wrap themselves in order to deflect the light that shines on them. Thus, such magnetic lenses make the Magnocraft invisible to human eyes and to present photo-cameras. In a physical sense, such magnetic lenses are a combination of two different optical effects, which require separate explanations. The first and the most significant of these, is the bending of path of light with the energy density of the vehicle's concentrated magnetic field. This effect originates from the relativistic equivalence of mass to energy (i.e. from the famous equation: E = m•c[thoch]2[thoch]) expressed by the theory of general relativity. As this was proven in subsection G5.5, the Magnocraft’s magnetic field accumulates enormous amount of magnetic energy. Even the smallest Magnocraft, named the K3 type, is tiding in its magnetic field the equivalent of at least 1 megaton of TNT. In turn a single Magnocraft type K6 binds in its magnetic field the energy equivalent of at least 10 megaton of TNT. Accumulation of this huge amount of magnetic energy in a small volume that directly surrounds the vehicle, introduces various consequences. For example, the enormous concentration of energy within the Magnocraft's field is equivalent to the concentration of additional transparent (invisible) fibrous matter around the vehicle's surface. This matter, although it is invisible, increases the "density" of the air, vacuum, or water, in which the Magnocraft flies, thus changing optical properties of this medium. An effect of this, is similar to surrounding the Magnocraft with a thick layer of invisible glass fibres which have an index of light refraction different from that of air. Therefore, the electromagnetic radiation entering the range of the vehicle's dense fibrous field, must be deflected significantly. Such deflection can be comparable to that caused by optical lenses.
The second effect that contributes to the formation of the magnetic lens, results from the monotropic (fibrous) nature of magnetic field force lines. Such vehicle’s force lines actually interact with the incoming light like a thick sheaf of fibro-optic cables that are wrapped around the vehicle’s shell. Thus, this fibrous nature of the vehicle’s magnetic field force lines causes, that in the magnetic fields of extreme power and density, light can only pass along the fields' force lines. But it is stopped or bent when passing across these force lines. This causes the Magnocraft to have a tendency to bend light so that it follows the path of their magnetic circuits, and is unable to cross force lines. The situation which in the most drastic manner reveals the existence of such a fibrous magnetic lens, is illustrated on Figure G32.
Contrary to the normal optical lenses made of glass, the magnetic lens does not have any clearly distinguishable surfaces that may reflect light. It displays a transparency identical to that of air, but its mass density and saturation of space with magnetic force lines gradually change. Therefore the magnetic lens remain unnoticeable even if an observer is only a few meters from it and directly glances at it.
The magnetic lens allows the Magnocraft's crew to make the vehicle completely invisible to a radar observation and to a naked eye. It also deflects the beams of military lasers from targets, shields the crew from the action of electromagnetic radiation caused by a nuclear explosion, screens the vehicle from heat radiation, etc. Therefore, it makes the Magnocraft not only invisible on every wish of the crew, but also indestructible by any high-energy emissions.
The Magnocraft screened by such a magnetic lens becomes completely invisible to an outside observer. The observer who looks directly at this vehicle, is unable to notice whether anything is present in this place. Thus all Magnocraft-like vehicles, including UFOs, cover themselves with such magnetic lenses in order to escape being observed or registered with human optical instruments or with radar. Crews of Magnocraft-like vehicles (UFOs) are able to play in “cat and mouse” with people that try to photograph or film them.
Although Magnocraft-like vehicles (UFOs) hiding behind their magnetic lenses cannot be seen directly, as everything in our universe they cause the appearance of various marks and side effects which can be observed. So these side effects and marks can be used for deducing that a vehicle hiding behind just such a magnetic lens is present in our vicinity. Two most commonly appearing such side effects include: (1) causing the extinguishing of lights during daylight, and (2) extinguishing of lights during nights. Let us now discuss these effects briefly.
The causing of extinguishing of lights during days is especially noticeable in cases when large Magnocraft-like vehicles hiding behind magnetic lenses fly at low heights. As this is illustrated in Table G1, Magnocraft of K10 type have the outer diameter equal to D = 561.76 meters. This in turn means, that the magnetic lens formed by these vehicles is going to have the shape of a disk over half of kilometre in diameter. The entire light that enters the rolled up like a donut magnetic circuits of this huge vehicle, is going to be intercepted and locked inside of these circuits, thus becomes incapable of lighting anything. So if such a huge vehicle is going to fly near the surface of Earth, so that its magnetic circuits are to sweep a selected area of the surface of the ground, while the field of this vehicle is formed into such a magnetic lens, then to the area covered with force lines of such a vehicle, the access of sunlight is to be cut off temporally. In the result of this, in this particular area rapidly unexplained blackout begins to prevail. This blackout is going to be even more strange, because people staying in this area, as well as in surrounding areas, will NOT be able to see what actually removes the sunlight. Also in case they lighted any torches or lanterns, the light emitted from these sources losses the ability to lighten the vicinity, because it immediately is going to be intercepted by force lines of magnetic circuits of a given vehicle. Because in such large types of the Magnocraft, the outer dimension of this completely darkened (blackout) area may exceed a half of kilometre, sometimes such unexplained rapid blackout may envelope even a whole township or a suburb. An interesting aspect of the above phenomena is, that it was already observed on numerous occasions. These observations are described in an excellent article [1G10.3.1] “Darkness in a middle of day”, which appeared in the Polish monthly magazine Nieznany Świat (i.e. “Unknown World”), number 6 (90)/1998, page 9 (which was a reprint from the Polish Tygodnik Polski (i.e. “Polish Weekly”), Melbourne, no 34 of 1997) – I recommend looking at this article. For the fact, that blackouts described in this article were really caused by magnetic lenses of huge Magnocraft-like vehicles (i.e. UFOs), certifies the observation, that when during one such a blackout which appeared in London on 19 August 1763, street lamps were lightened over there, these lamps were unable to disperse the darkness that prevailed over there. (After all, as this is explained above, the light from these street lamps also was immediately intercepted and extinguished by magnetic circuits of a given UFO vehicle.)
The extinguishing of lights during nights is a night version of the blackout phenomena explained above. If a Magnocraft that flies at night on a low altitude above the ground, forms such a magnetic lens, then when it flies over a lighten city, its magnetic circuits “extinguish” all sources of light that enter inside of its magnetic circuits. Of course, the “extinguishing” in fact does not eliminate the emission of light by these sources, but only is caused due to the intercepting of light by magnetic circuits of the vehicle and disallowing this light to dissipate in all directions. (Thus, this magnetic circuits make impossible for these sources of light to lighten anything around them, and to be noticed by outside observers.) In the result, if someone observes such a Magnocraft from a distance (e.g. from a top of a hill that stands near a large, well-lighted city), then such someone would not see the vehicle, because this vehicle would be hidden inside of a magnetic lens that it creates. But this person would see a black circle of darkness as it moves along the city, in which all lights of this city would rapidly disappear, as if someone extinguished them all at once. This circle made of darkness would move across the city like a black shadow. This extraordinary phenomenon caused by large UFO vehicles was also observed by people many times, and even reported personally to me by one eye witness who saw it extremely clearly.
The extinguishing of lights during a night may also appear when a Magnocraft flies on the background of a night sky full of stars. Then such a vehicle is going to be visible as a regular circle on the sky, in which all stars are extinguished. But because a similar effect may also be caused by the appearance of a regular cloud, probably noticing it by people may take a place only in very special circumstances. For example, in cases when a Magnocraft of a large type flies relatively fast, or when someone previously saw a Magnocraft that flown in a different mode of operation and then noticed that this Magnocraft changed into a circle of darkness on the background of night sky full of stars.
The complete version of the magnetic lens appears only when the Magnocraft produces a constant (i.e. non-pulsating) magnetic field. However, in cases when other types of field surround this vehicle (especially the throbbing one) a partial magnetic lens effect can also be created near propulsors of such a vehicle. In such cases the light bends near the outlets from the vehicle's propulsors, thus distorting the apparent shape of the Magnocraft's shell. (Note that the complete magnetic lens cannot be produced by the pulsating magnetic field, because at moments of time when the field extinguishes itself during reaching minimums of pulses, the lens effect that bends the light must temporally cease to exist.) There is also a special case, when such a partial effect of a magnetic lens becomes highly noticeable. This case reveals itself when a Magnocraft ascends. Because it represents one of the most common occasions when the action of a magnetic lens becomes obvious to outside observers, it requires a separate explanation that is carried out in next subsection.

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