P2.13.2. The emission of various signals from light characteristic for the Magnocraft
@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

P2.13.2. The emission of various signals from light characteristic for the Magnocraft

UFOs are well known for emitting a large variety of signals composed of lights. These signals usually impress eye witnesses and confuse UFO investigators. However, if UFOs utilize the Magnocraft's principles of operation, all the signals of light observed on these extraterrestrial vehicles must correspond to the signals described in item #9 from subsection F13 /?/. Thus, we should be able to recognize and interpret them easily.
Let us firstly identify the "natural sources of light", i.e. those resulting from operation of UFOs. As was proven in subsection P2.7, in the magnetic whirl mode of operation UFOs definitely produce a glowing whirl of ionized air. This whirl forms the ionic picture of a whirl. Some examples of photographs revealing pictures of such a whirl glowing intensely are presented in Figures P20, P21, and P23.
In the throbbing mode of operation, the natural sources of light are the glowing areas located at the outlets from the UFOs' propulsors. Figures P15, P16, and P24 in fact document the existence of such glowing areas in UFOs. Also, according to the Theory of the Magnocraft, in this throbbing mode of operation the outlet from each separate magnetic pole of any propulsor must glow in a different colour, i.e. a yellow-red colour at an outlet from the north (N) pole and a violet-green at an outlet from the south (S) pole. In all colour photographs of glowing UFOs, such a separation of colours occurring in the throbbing mode is confirmed - see Figure P24 a), and P24 b).
The sources of "artificial" light signals emitted by UFOs will now be reviewed. These sources, amongst others, should include searchlights formed from the appropriately re-controlled propulsors (see subsection F1.3 /?/) and lamps of the SUB system (see subsection F8.2).
The use of UFO propulsors as searchlights is confirmed by numerous witnesses. Moreover, there are photographs available which show the thin beams of light produced by the propulsors of these extraterrestrial vehicles - see Figure P17.
It should be stressed that numerous observations of UFOs operating in the throbbing mode also reveal the use of an equivalent of the lamps of the SUB system by these vehicles. (The location of such SUB systems in the Magnocraft is described in subsection F8.2 and illustrated in Figures F30 and in Table F3 /? may be Table G3 ?/). In turn one of the best descriptions of the UFO's SUB system of lamps is provided in the book [4P2] on page 133. Let us have a look now at this description. The reported incident took place in South Hampton, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, USA.
"On June 6, 1974, Vivian (47), her son Richard (11), daughter Barbara (10) and niece Helen (30), were driving home from a PTA meeting at Amesbury, Massachusetts. Richard and Barbara called attention to a bright red beacon-like light in the sky a few miles ahead. As they passed an open area, Helen slowed the Volkswagen stationwagon, fully expecting to see a beacon on a tower or tall crane. To their amazement, a large red illuminated dome was hovering over the edge of the clearing. Beneath the dome was a bright rectangular opening with something like "blades spinning around inside". The whirling blades seemed to protrude outside as well. Within this lighted rectangle was centred a dark square, like a darkened window. From the bright opening emanated white, blue, and yellow sparks in simultaneous double bursts, 180 degrees apart.
Helen stopped her car. As soon as she cautiously stepped out (the others felt safer observing from inside), a band of soft-glowing coloured lights appeared around the object's perimeter, greenish-yellow, then deep red, pinkish-red, dark green, and finally a deep blue, like a "string of beads". The coloured lights flickered on and off, one by one.
The reflection from these multicoloured lights revealed a lower, larger, inverted bowl-shaped section, to which a central dome was attached. After the coloured lights blinked off and on for a short time, all of the lights would go on at once with just one solid colour: first red, then blue, then green. Helen stood transfixed at this sight until the object began moving around the field in a "jerky motion" and began to descend towards the ground. Helen thought it was going to land! As Barbara dived onto the backseat floor, Helen jumped back in the car and drove quickly to Vivian's house to call the police."
Because every-day English was used in the above report, its general expressions will now be translated into the terminology from this monograph. Thus what actually had been seen will be revealed. Notice that the details provided in the report (e.g. two magnetic waves placed at 180 degrees towards each other) allow us to identify the observed vehicle as a UFO type K3, which shape exactly corresponds to that shown in Figure A1 and F1.
The "illuminated dome" was the "topside convex" of the UFO (see (4) in Figure F5). The "bright rectangular opening" was the outlet from the outer chamber of the "twin-chamber capsule" performing the function of the "main propulsor" in this UFO (see (M) in Figure F5). This capsule operated in the mode of outer flux prevalence - as illustrated in Figure C6 /?/. The "blades spinning around inside" were in fact the strands of a magnetic field forming the magnetic whirl of the UFO. These "whirling blades protruded outside as well" because they formed the main magnetic circuits - compare Figure F25 c) /?/ and Figure P19 d). A "dark square" centred in the lighted rectangle was the inner Oscillatory Chamber from the main twin-chamber capsule, whose entire output was used for the circulating flux (see Figures C6 b) /?/ and S5 together with the relevant explanations from subsections C7.1 /?/ and P2.10). "Double bursts, 180 degree apart" were two main magnetic waves (see subsection F7.2) circulating around the vehicle. The existence of only two such waves indicates that the observed UFO was type K3 whose eight side propulsors allow for only two magnetic waves to be formed (the number of such waves "F" is expressed by the equation "F=n/4"; for example UFOs type K6 form five such waves, as can be seen in Figure P19 d). A "band of soft-glowing coloured lights" was a set of lamps from the SUB system - see Figure F30 /?/. When the "coloured lights flickered on and off, one by one", the SUB system indicated that the vehicle operates in the magnetic whirl mode - see the explanations from Table F3 /? may be Table G3 ?/. When "the lights go on at once with just one solid colour", the UFO's crew turned the vehicle's propulsors into a throbbing mode of operation, which is safer for witnesses. A "lower, larger, inverted bowl-shaped section" was in fact the upper shell of the flange (see (8) in Figure F5) in which the lamps of the SUB system are assembled (compare also Figures F30 /?/ and P1).

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