C1. The Magnocraft of the first generation - means my personal "Ariadna thread"
© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

C1. The Magnocraft of the first generation - means my personal "Ariadna thread"

Before we begin the presentation of next topics of this monograph, their deductions become much clearer if at this stage we explain briefly to ourselves the design and operation of this extraordinary Magnocraft. After all, later this Magnocraft, like a mythological "thread of Ariadna", become the source of everything that is described in this monograph. Thus it directly led to the eventuation of this monograph. The cyclic table that I discussed previously, indicates that there will be many generations, kinds, and types of Magnocraft completed on Earth - similarly as presently many different types of aeroplanes are build. Each one of them will be called differently. Also each one of them will have slightly different attributes. All of them are more exactly named and presented in subsections B1 and M6. But at the very beginning, the simplest one of them will be build. In this monograph this simplest one is called the "discoidal Magnocraft of the first generation" or just the "Magnocraft". For a better understanding of next topics, let us now learn in brief basics of this extraordinary space vehicle.
The appearance of a discoidal Magnocraft of the first generation, presented in a side view, is shown in part b) of Figure C1. In turn the general design of this vehicle is illustrated in part a) of the same Figure C1. The external shape of this vehicle resembles a disk, or an inverted saucer. Its propulsion system is composed of the devices called "oscillatory chambers" (in Figure C1 these oscillatory chambers are illustrated as transparent cubes assembled inside of spherical casings).
An "oscillatory chamber" is a device of my own invention, for the production of extremely powerful magnetic fields. Thus it would be appropriate to state, that it is a kind of a super powerful "magnet" (i.e. the magnet so powerful, that such a chamber on its own is capable to repel itself from the Earth's magnetic field and to ascend in space, simply due to a repulsive interaction with the Earth's magnetic field). The operation of this chamber is based on a completely new principle, previously unknown on Earth, in details described in chapter F of this monograph, and also in English monographs [1e] and [2e]. This chamber usually takes the shape of a transparent cubical box, empty inside. Along side walls of this box oscillatory electrical sparks are maintained, which force the streams of sparks to rotate along peripherals of a square. The square rotation of this electrical sparks forms a powerful magnetic field. Thus a single oscillatory chamber is a kind of extremely powerful magnet, that is able to lift itself (together with a heavy structure of a space vehicle attached to it) exclusively due to the repulsion from the magnetic field of Earth, Planets, Sun, or Galaxy. In order for this lifting to be possible, the magnetic output from the oscillatory chamber must exceed the value, that is expressed through a magnetic constant called the "starting flux". This starting flux is defined as "the smallest output from any source of magnetic field, related to the unit of weight of this source, which after being oriented repulsively towards Earth's magnetic field, causes the overcoming of gravity pull and the ascend of this source of field into space". The value of the starting flux is calculated in subsection F5.1 of this monograph. It is also calculated in English monographs [1e], [2e], and Polish [1/3]. For the area of Poland it amounts to Fs=3.45 [Wb/kg].
The output from a single oscillatory chamber would be quite difficult to control. Therefore, for the purpose of better controllability, the Magnocraft uses special arrangements of oscillatory chambers, called "twin-chamber capsules" (such a capsule is shown in part c) of Figure C1, while described in subsection F7.1 of this monograph and in subsection F6.1 of monographs [2e] and [1e]). Such a capsule is composed of a larger outer ("O")oscillatory chamber, inside of which a smaller inner ("I") oscillatory chamber is freely floating. Magnetic poles N/S of the inner chamber ("I") are reversed in relation to magnetic poles of the outer chamber ("O"), so that outputs from both these chambers mutually subtract from each other. In the result, the part of the output ("C") from the chamber with the larger output, is bend back and circulated as input directly to the smaller chamber, thus forming the so-called "circulating flux" ("C") that never leaves the interior of the twin-chamber capsule. Only the excess of the output from the chamber with larger yield is forwarded to the environment, thus forming the so-called "resultant flux" ("R") that represents the useful output from this capsule. The division of the magnetic energy contained in such a capsule into the "resultant flux" ("R"), and the "circulating flux" ("C"), allows the extremely fast and effective control over the output from such a capsule, without the need to change the amount of energy contained in such a capsule. This control depends on the simple change of mutual proportions between the flux ("C") that is circulated inside of such a capsule, and the flux ("R") that is directed to the environment from this capsule. Thus, there is a possibility to control the operation of this capsule, so that to the outside is directed no output at all (this happens when the entire magnetic field produced by both chambers of such a capsule is trapped in the circulating flux), or to cause that the entire magnetic energy of the capsule is directed outside. It is also possible to accomplish fluently any state between these two extremes. In turn this effective control over the output from such a capsule, allows to precisely control the flight of the vehicle that is propelled by the resultant magnetic flux ("R")directed by this capsule to the environment.
Unfortunately, the twin-chamber capsule is rather resistant to accept control signals. After all, such control signals must be forwarded without any wire to the smaller oscillatory chamber that freely floats inside of a very powerful stream of magnetic energy. Therefore, the construction of this capsule requires rather advanced technology. Thus, in the first stage of constructing of Magnocraft, instead of this capsule, much simpler propelling device is going to be used, which also allows the effective control over magnetic output that is yield to the environment. This simpler device is called the "spider configuration". The description of it is contained in subsection F7.2 of this monograph, and in chapter F of monographs [2e] and [1e]. In the first period of production of Magnocraft, that is more exactly described in subsection M6, these vehicles are going to use such much simpler for control prototype spider configuration (instead of the difficult to control, and technically very advanced twin-chamber capsule).
In the design of the Magnocraft, all "twin-chamber capsules" (or "spider configurations") are assembled into spherical casings, and furnished with appropriate control devices that allow to manipulate the direction and the amount of the magnetic output (and thus also the magnetic thrust force). Such individual propelling modules of the Magnocraft, which include a twin-chamber capsule (or a spider configuration), together with the control devices and with the spherical casing that hosts them, are called "magnetic propulsors".
Each propulsor in Magnocraft produces magnetic field of an enormous effective length. At some stage I carried out appropriate calculations of this length. (I published these calculations in subsection F5.3 of this monograph.) I determined, that for example magnetic field from a propulsor that has a physical length of 1 meter, actually extends its effective length so much, that even in the most difficult conditions it exceeds the value of 1000 kilometres. This practically means, that a propulsor that has a physical length of 1 meter, actually is going to behave like a magnet that is long for around 1000 kilometres. Thus, the magnetic field from such a propulsor is able to overcome the so-called "uniform" character of the Earth's magnetic field, and to produce a significant "net" magnetic lifting force. In turn this "net magnetic lifting force" is going to propel Magnocraft in the direction defined by its control computer.
Magnocraft consists of two kinds of propulsors: main ("M") and side ("U")- see part (a) of Figure A1 /?/. The single main propulsor ("M") is suspended in the centre of the vehicle. The magnetic poles of this propulsor are oriented so as to repel the environmental magnetic field (which could be the field of the Earth, a planet, the Sun, or a galaxy). By this means, ("M")produces a lifting force which supports the craft (in part "a" of Figure A1 this lifting force is shown as "R" - from "repulsion"). The magnetic axis of ("M") propulsor, is usually kept tangential to the force lines of the environmental magnetic field existing in the craft's area of operation. Therefore the most effective orientation of the Magnocraft during flight is while its base is perpendicular to the local direction of the Earth's magnetic field. Sometimes, however, this orientation must be slightly altered to enable it to manoeuvre or to land.
The Magnocraft also consists of a number "n" of side propulsors ("U"), placed in equal distances on the peripherals of this vehicle. Their magnetic poles are oriented so as to attract the environmental field. Therefore side propulsors produce "n" number of attraction forces (A), which stabilize the craft and fix its orientation in space (in part "a" of Figure A1 these forces are shown as "A" - from "attraction"). To increase the vehicle's stability, the side propulsors are located below the main propulsor, together forming a kind of "bell configuration", which in physics is known for its greatest stability. All these "n" side propulsors are located at regular intervals in the horizontal flange surrounding the base of the spacecraft. This flange, together with side propulsors contained in it, is covered with a lens-like aerodynamic hulk made of a material that is penetrable by magnetic field.
The number "n" of side propulsors in a Magnocraft is strictly defined by the design conditions described in subsection F4.2 /?/ of this monograph, and in subsection G4.2 of monographs [2e] and [1e]. This number characterizes a particular type of Magnocraft. It depends on the design factor marked as "K". The mutual relationship between this number "n", and the factor "K", is expressed by the equation:

n=4A(K-1) (1A2.1)

The symbol "K" originates from the word "Krotnosc", which in the Polish language means: ratio of the vehicle's diameter "D" to its height "H" (base to top), i.e.:

K=D/H (2A2.1)

This is because the value of "K" shows how many times the Magnocraft's height is aliquot in the outer diameter of this vehicle. Because of the various interactions and relationships that appear in the Magnocraft, and that for the first time were described in the Polish journal [1A2.1] "Horyzonty Techniki" no 5/1985, pages 10-11 (then repeated in my various monographs, including subsection F4.2 of this monograph and subsection G4.2 of monographs [2e] and [1e]), the "K" factor may take any integer value in a range from K=3 to K=10. Because of the value that this factor has, the consecutive types of the Magnocraft are called K3, K4, K5, K6, K7, K8, K9, or K10. For example, the Magnocraft type K3 shown in Figure A1, has this factor equal to K=3 (thus, according to equation (1A2.1), such K3 vehicle has n=(4(3-1)=8 side propulsors), the Magnocraft type K4 has this factor equal to K=4 (and thus n=12 side propulsors), whereas the largest Magnocraft of K10 type has this factor equal to K=10 (thus n=36).

The "K" factor is extremely important for the design of Magnocraft. It defines all the design parameters of this vehicle, including its shape and dimensions. For example the outer diameter "D" of the Magnocraft also depends on this "K" factor and is described by the following equation:

D=0.5486@2K [meters] (3A2.1)

All these parameters are described by the set of equations which express the relationship between this "K" factor and some important dimensions of the Magnocraft, such as: D - outer diameter of the vehicle (i.e. the maximal diameter of its flange), d - nominal diameter of the circle on which the centres of the side propulsors are located (note that this "d" diameter also
describes the mean dimension of the ring of scorched marks left on the ground by a landed Magnocraft), H - height, DM - outer diameter of the spherical casing of the main propulsor, and L - width of the flange containing side propulsors. Apart from equations (1A2.1), (2A2.1) and (3A2.1), other important out of these equations include following ones: d=D/√2, H=D/K,

DM=H(2-√2), L=0.5(D-d)=0.25•K•DM.

The deductions of the above equations are contained in subsection F4 of this monograph, and also in subsections G4 of monographs [2e] and [1e].

Because the "K" factor can easily be determined from the Magnocraft's outline or photographs, even with the use of a radar and a computer program, it provides an extremely important identification parameter which enables anyone to quickly establish many technical details about a vehicle being observed. The determination of this "K" factor, and thus a type and technical details of an observed Magnocraft, boils down to finding out from the equation (2A2) how many times the height "H" of the vehicle fits into its outer diameter "D". Because the same magnetic laws must also apply for the Magnocraft-like vehicles built by other civilizations, the described here manner of identifying a type of these vehicles by the value of their "K" factor is universal and applicable to UFOs as well - for details see also subsection P2.15.
The crew cabin (1) is located between the main ("M") and side ("U") propulsors - see (1) in part a) of Figure A1. It has the shape of a parallel-piped ring. This cabin looks similar to the side walls of an inverted saucer. The hulk of this cabin is covered by a material which is impenetrable by the magnetic flux. (Thus this material displays a property that is called "magnetoreflectiveness - means it reflects magnetic field in a manner similar like a mirror reflects light - see descriptions provided in subsection F2.2 /?/ of this monograph). Along the interior (slanted) wall of the crew cabin lie the telescopic legs (2) of the craft. These legs are extended only at the moment of landing.
The hulk of the Magnocraft is a kind of mechanically robust protective shell, made of a "magnetoreflective" material, which protects people inside from the action of this powerful magnetic field, and which holds together all devices of the vehicle, and also which separates the interior of the vehicle from the surrounding space. It is made of a transparent material, which has a smoothly controlled degree of transparency and light reflection. Therefore at nights, and deeply in space, it can be controlled into being completely transparent, thus allowing to see everything around the Magnocraft. In turn during daylight, and close to suns, it can be switched into reflecting light like a silver mirror, thus protecting crew inside from a powerful light. Through this hulk the casual observer can see internal components of the Magnocraft (i.e. propulsors, cabins, levels, crew sits, etc.) - as this is shown in Figure A1 (b). Through this transparent hulk also magnetic circuits which are formed by the vehicle's propulsors can be seen. Actually, when viewed from the centre of the Magnocraft, these circuits look like a huge "tree of life", as they separate into many branches at the top part of the spaceship, and they also separate into many roots underneath of the Magnocraft. Note that there are entire monographs already published, which describe Magnocraft in great details - as an example see monographs [2e] and [1e].
The final structure of Magnocraft includes its hulk, propulsion system (propulsors), crew cabin, log computer, life support system, and other vital devices and components. The general appearance of this final structure is shown in Figure A1 (b).
The basic design of discoidal Magnocraft described above can then be modified to obtain other propelling devices and vehicles. Two most useful out of such modifications are "personal propulsion" and "four-propulsor Magnocraft". The detailed description of their designs, principles of operation, and attributes, together with appropriate illustrations, is provided in chapters D and E of this monograph, and in chapters H and I of monographs [2e] and [1e]. Personal propulsion system is a kind of Magnocraft that is build into a form of suit that is wear by the user. In this suit two miniaturised main propulsors are assembled into soles of shoes, while eight miniaturised side propulsors are assembled in a special eight-segment belt. The propelling system received in this manner allows the user to fly in the air, to walk on water or on ceiling, or to jump on huge heights or lengths without the use of any visible vehicle. Four-propulsor Magnocraft is received through attaching appropriate propulsors to four corners of a portable cabin. The propulsors of this vehicle use "spider configurations" of oscillatory chambers. As this was explained before, such spider configurations are simple combinations of oscillatory chambers, that work as alternatives to twin-chamber capsules. In them, a single central oscillatory chamber is surrounded with four side chambers. Thus, the resultant configuration slightly resembles a barrel, while its operation imitates a miniature Magnocraft that has no crew cabin. When four such spider configurations are propelling a portable cabin attached to them, the effect resembles a "log cabin" that is lifted by corners with four miniature Magnocraft. The famous UFO abduction of the late Jan Wolski of Poland, that is described in chapter Q of this monograph, and in chapter O of monograph [1e], was carried out by such four-propulsor UFO.

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Fig. C1a.
The Magnocraft (and UFO) type K3. Illustrated is the appearance, design, and operation of a single Magnocraft of the smallest type, called the K3 type, for which the factor K=D/H takes the value of K=3. As it was formally proven that "UFOs are already operational Magnocraft" (see subsection J2 in monograph [1e]), some readers could have seen this vehicle, only that they would call it a UFO.

a) A cut-away view of the Magnocraft type K3, illustrating its internal design and main components. On this diagram, the front shell of a horizontal flange was removed to illustrate the location of side propulsors. The vehicle is shown as if approaching a landing on flat ground. The edges of the walls made of a material impenetrable by a magnetic field are indicated by a broken line. The cuttings through the walls from a material penetrable to a magnetic field are shown with a wavy line. Symbols: M - the spherical main propulsor whose repulsion "R" from the environmental magnetic field produces a lifting force (note a cubical twin-chamber capsule visible inside); U - one of the eight side propulsors whose attraction "A" towards the environmental magnetic field stabilizes the vehicle; N, S - north and south magnetic poles; I - inclination angle of the environmental magnetic field; 1 - the crew cabin in the shape of a parallel-piped ring; 2 - one of the four telescopic legs extended at the moment of landing.

=> Figure C1b

Fig. C1b.
The Magnocraft (and UFO) type K3. Illustrated is the appearance, design, and operation of a single Magnocraft of the smallest type, called the K3 type, for which the factor K=D/H takes the value of K=3. As it was formally proven that "UFOs are already operational Magnocraft" (see subsection J2 in monograph [1e]), some readers could have seen this vehicle, only that they would call it a UFO.

b) The side appearance of the Magnocraft. This vehicle resembles an inverted saucer. Its propelling devices take the form of spherical "propulsors" which in Magnocraft of the first generation host cubical twin-chamber capsules. The Magnocraft type K3 has a single lifting propulsor located in its centre, and eight stabilizing propulsors placed in its side flange, all nine of them loaded with magnetic energy. These propulsors are arranged like a parabolic mirror in a torch. Therefore an explosion of these propulsors would create a directional impact, similar to that formed by anti-tank cumulative charges. Because this vehicle always flies with its central axis parallel to the local course of Earth's magnetic field, its explosion must create a characteristic "butterfly" area of destruction, existing both in Tapanui and Tunguska - see Figure A4 in treatise [7/2].

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Fig. C1c.
The Magnocraft (and UFO) type K3. Illustrated is the appearance, design, and operation of a single Magnocraft of the smallest type, called the K3 type, for which the factor K=D/H takes the value of K=3. As it was formally proven that "UFOs are already operational Magnocraft" (see subsection J2 in monograph [1e]), some readers could have seen this vehicle, only that they would call it a UFO.

c) A device, which is the main component of every "magnetic propulsor". It generates a powerful pulsating magnetic field used by Magnocraft (and UFOs) to propel themselves. In Magnocraft of the first generation this device is composed of two cubical "oscillatory chambers", one bigger and one smaller, each one of them working like a powerful "electromagnet" which utilises electric sparks to generate pulsating magnetic field. Both oscillatory chambers are then combined together thus forming a device called the "twin-chamber capsule" which is the major component of every Magnocraft's propulsor (a magnetic propulsor is basically a twin chamber capsule enclosed in a spherical casing and supplied with steering devices which point the magnetic field into a required direction). Such a twin-chamber capsule contains two oppositely oriented oscillatory chambers placed one inside of the other. Because of the need for free floating of the inner ("I")chamber suspended inside of the outer ("O") one, the side edges "a" of both oscillatory chambers fulfil the equation (F9): ao=ai•√3. The resultant magnetic flux ("R") yield to the environment from such a capsule is obtained as a difference between outputs from both its chambers having opposite orientation of poles. The twin-chamber capsule allows full control over all the attributes of the produced magnetic field. Symbols: O - outer chamber, I - inner chamber, C - circulating magnetic flux trapped inside the capsule, R - resultant magnetic flux yield from the capsule to the environment.

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