Q3. Concluding this chapter
@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

Q3. Concluding this chapter

Although this chapter, when compared with chapters O and P, presents not so frequently appearing type of UFOs, it still adds a further contribution to the vast body of evidence that confirms the validity of the Theory of the Magnocraft elaborated in this monograph. This evidence constantly ascertains that various vehicles known under the general name of UFOs: (1) exist objectively, (2) are explainable on the basis of contemporary knowledge, (3) document the successful technical implementation of the propulsion systems whose construction on Earth is proposed by this monograph, and (4) should be thoroughly pursued and investigated as their copying may win us precious time and save us a lot of research and expense.

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Fig. Q1.
A reconstruction (from descriptions) of the appearance of a Four-Propulsor UFO which abducted a Polish farmer, the late Jan Wolski of Emilcin near Opole Lubelskie, on 10 May 1978. The vehicle had the shape of a windowless hut, or "cubicle", with a doorway and a roof in the shape of a pyramid. On the corners of the vehicle four vertical barrel-like propelling devices were located. These devices produced thin, long, and extremely fast spinning columns, which the witness described as looking like "black drills". The columns permeated under the ground, without opening or disturbing the soil. Also the rotation of these columns did not induce any motion to the stationary air. The UFO had a single square room inside, with a flat ceiling that did not correspond to the shape of the roof. The crew and abductee entered the UFO by a fragile (but stable) platform lifted to the doorway by four plastic ropes, as shown in this illustration.

a) A side view of the vehicle. All dimensions given in meters. b) The general appearance of Wolski's abductors. c) Facial features of a UFOnaut reconstructed from Wolski's descriptions.

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Fig. Q2.
The night appearance of a Four-Propulsor UFO which hovered motionlessly above the ground. The only visible features were strands of a white-blue light emitted by the magnetically ionized air that outlined the magnetic circuits and edges of the spaceship (the day-time appearance of this vehicle is illustrated in Figure D1). The lights at the vehicle's rear were also seen through its transparent body. The illustrated UFO was observed in the Roseneath suburb of Dunedin, New Zealand, at 2.56 a.m. on 23 March 1989. It hovered about 10 metres above ground level on the unpopulated slope of the hill locally known as "Blue Skin Hill". During the sighting the object was about 1 kilometre distant from the observer, and positioned in the NNW direction (at the magnetic azimuth 330°).

a) The witness's original drawing of this UFO prepared from memory 4 days after the sighting took place.

b) My reconstruction of the possible appearance of this UFO, based on the theory behind the Four-Propulsor Magnocraft, the eye-witness directions, and the field research of the sighting. Shown are: R, L, B, F - right, left, back and forth columns of a "white noise" type glittering light that was emitted by the spinning magnetic circuits of the vehicle's propulsors; 1 - non-glittering layers of the ionized air glowing blue-white that outlines all the sharp edges of the vehicle; 2 - the crossed strands of glowing air that was ionized along the paths of magnetic circuits passing from each magnetic pole of every propulsor to the opposite magnetic poles of the next propulsors (also bluish and non-glittering); 3 - the transparent walls of the main Oscillatory Chamber from each propulsor.

=> Figure Q3.

Fig. Q3. A Four-Propulsor UFO photographed in flight near Albiosc in the Vosges mountains in France. It was recorded on film at 11:30 pm on 23 March 1974 by a local doctor who insisted on remaining anonymous - see [1P2] page 223. The above photograph presents an ascending vehicle flying in the magnetic whirl mode of operation, whose crew- cabin is surrounded by a red glow. Notice that in New Zealand (southern hemisphere) this red glow is replaced by a blue one - see Figure Q2. This in turn corresponds perfectly to the expected colours of the air glow within the range of the propulsors' magnetic poles (i.e. red near N poles and blue near S poles). In the four corners of the UFO, white, glowing columns of a spinning magnetic field are clearly distinguishable. Such columns of a whirling magnetic field can be produced only by magnetic propulsors that contain spider configurations. The mutual orientation of these columns in the above photograph, and the relative proportion of their dimensions, indicate that the pictured vehicle represented a Four-Propulsor Spacecraft, similar to the one shown in Figure Q1.

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