G9. Unlimited variations in observable shapes of the Magnocraft
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© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

G9. Unlimited variations in observable shapes of the Magnocraft

People who got acquainted with the multitude of shapes and appearances of the Magnocraft that are presented in this chapter, are able to understand now, why the same vehicle for each single observer may appear differently. Thus witnesses who are not familiar with the theory and operation of this vehicle, are going to have a significant difficulty with description of the true shape and appearance of this extraordinary vehicle.
In this chapter sources of countless variations of the subjectively observable shapes of Magnocraft were named and explained. Let us summarise now these sources, explaining how they are going to influence the subjective perception of this vehicle. Here they are:
#1. Eight types of crew-carrying Magnocraft, and also eight further types of computer- controlled, unmanned, miniature Magnocraft-like probes described in subsection G4.7. Thus, the outside witnesses which each time are going to see a different type of these vehicles, are not going to agree about the exact shape and external details of this vehicle.
#2. The existence of discoidal Magnocraft described in this chapter, four-propulsor Magnocraft described in chapter D, and magnetic personal propulsion described in chapter E. Furthermore, the existence of smaller, unmanned probes described in subsection G4.7, which are miniature replicas of these manned vehicles. Because all these can fly in the air, outside witnesses who are not familiar with their attributes, are going to be lost in descriptions of what they actually observed as it flies. Especially, that each of these propulsion systems is able to induce a whole range of different states and phenomena. A perfect example of such conflicting qualifying of all these different propulsion systems to a single flying category, is the present state of research on the illusive telekinetic UFOs called "rods" and described in subsection U3.1.2.
#3. The existence of three generations of the Magnocraft, four-propulsor vehicles, and personal propulsion systems. (The review of attributes of these generations is presented in subsection M6.) These three generations mutually differ between themselves by attributes that they have and by phenomena that they induce. Thus for an outside observer each one of these three generations is visually perceived in a different manner. In this chapter G the first generation of discoidal Magnocraft is presented, and also changes of the appearance that it may cause are explained. The remaining two such generations are discussed in chapters L /?/ and M. These also may be characterised by an entire range of different appearances and visual attributes.
#4. An unlimited variety of coupled configurations of the Magnocraft. Due to coupling together single discoidal Magnocraft into various flying configurations, practically it is possible to receive any imaginable resultant shape that only human imagination is able to conceive. The principle of such coupling together of Magnocraft into very sophisticated and varying shapes of these vehicles, is similar to that with which from single identical bricks practically buildings of any possible shapes can be build. No wonder that people who observe such resultant flying configurations and believe that they see individual vehicles, are never able to reach an agreement about what exact shape these vehicles really have.
#5. The ability to house of numerous small Magnocraft inside of the belly of large Magnocraft. After the departure portholes are open, these small vehicles are spewing out from the inside of these large Magnocraft like bats in evenings are spewing out from inside of caves. In a similar manner individual vehicles may also separate from various large flying configurations, e.g. from flying systems. Without the knowledge of theories presented in this chapter, the naive observers of these vehicles almost never are able to gain any understanding of what they actually observe.
#6. Three drastically different modes of the active operation of the discoidal Magnocraft of the first generation. These include the following modes of operation: (1) throbbing, (2) magnetic whirl, and (3) magnetic lens. To a huge surprise and shock of outside observers, the same vehicle, literally on their sight, in several seconds may completely change its shape and appearance. For example from a silver disc well visible with a naked eye in the throbbing mode of operation (see Figure G1b), it rapidly may change into a dark cloud of magnetic whirl mode of operation (see Figure G27). Similarly easily and fast it can also transform in an opposite direction. Then in the magnetic lens mode of operation it may fast disappear from the view almost completely, leaving only the central oscillatory chamber of rhomboid shape visible (see Figure G32). If necessary it can also completely extinguish its propulsion system and the reflective attributes of its shell, thus transforming itself into a dark object, looking like completely inert piece of rock. All these transformations of the shape and appearance may take place literally within a few seconds and from any state into any other possible state. Simultaneously subsequent shapes are going to look so solid and material, that outside witnesses will be absolutely sure, that to the transformation was subjected the matter of the vehicle. No wonder that people who are not familiar with the theories presented in this monograph are not able to make any sense either from their own observations of the "changes of shape" of these vehicles, nor from the descriptions of other people who observed such apparent "change of shape" of these vehicles.
#7. The optical light reflectiveness of the Magnocraft shell. This reflectiveness may be fluently changed by the crew from a complete transparency to a complete reflection of the light, with all stages between these two. In the state of a complete transparency, this shell gives the Magnocraft an appearance of a vehicle made of clear glass or crystal. In turn in the state of a complete reflection of light, this shell looks as if the Magnocraft is made of a silver mirror or is cast of new soldering tin. Depending on what level of light reflectiveness and transparency a given vehicle has switched on, an observer notices completely different appearance and visible details of the vehicle. For example, a completely transparent vehicle is to show all internal components, including oscillatory chambers, pilot sits, and members of the crew. In turn the shell that completely reflects the light like a mirror, is going to show only the silvery external outline of the vehicle, that looks like it was moulded from a single lump of a new tin.
#8. Various components that may be protruding from the Magnocraft on different occasions, such as legs, supports, undercarriages, ladders, periscopes, etc. For each configuration of these components the appearance of this vehicle becomes different.
#9. Forms shaped from a dense magnetic field of the vehicle. They include so-called "black bars" (see subsection G10.4 and Figure G28b), magnetic circuits, interiors of twin- chamber capsules, etc. In the changing lighting conditions and in appropriate parameters of the magnetic field, these forms take appearances of various solid objects that are attached to the vehicle or protrude from the shell. They additionally differentiate already so complicated shapes and appearances of the Magnocraft.
#10. Distortions of the appearance caused by the action of vehicles' magnetic field as partial magnetic lenses. In some conditions these deformations distort the appearance of Magnocraft. For example, they cause the disappearance from the view of various parts of the shell that are adjusted to the propulsors of the vehicle, such as side flanges and top parts of the upper domes. Due to bending of the light, they may also show components that normally are invisible to sight, e.g. the fragment of the side flange that is positioned at the back of the vehicle and that normally is invisible behind the body of the vehicle. The misleading influence of these optical illusions caused by the magnetic lens, is perceived especially strong, when in the eyes of the observer they start to deform the observable shape of the vehicle.
#11. The ionising and glowing of the air crossed by the magnetic circuits of the vehicle, combined with the existence of many sources of light. This ionising and also additional sources of light, are capable to change completely the appearance of the observed vehicle. Especially if the observation takes place at night, while the shell of the vehicle is controlled into complete transparency. In such a case the body of the vehicle completely disappears from the view, while visible become only these spreading sources of light and glowing magnetic circuits. In this way a discoidal Magnocraft may transform itself into a kind of glowing monster with long arched legs, or into a kind of a huge clawed paw with curved claws.
In addition to the above, people who still are thinking in categories of horse power, may easily be confused or shocked with the following capabilities of the Magnocraft:
#I. The ability to assume fast any possible configuration or shape, and the ability to change shape or split into other shapes. This ability results from a variety of reasons, although it does not mean the capability of Magnocraft to accomplish a real change the physical shape and constitution of its shell. For example, it may be an outcome of an action of magnetic lens, or change of mode of operation, or coupling/decoupling of flying configurations combined from several Magnocraft, etc.
#II. The ability to almost immediately change the previous shape, appearance, colour, consistency, etc. This one is also caused by the action of e.g. partial magnetic lens that deforms the appearance of an unchanged vehicle, or forming various elements from the black magnetic field (so-called "black bars"), extending legs, undercarriages, ladders, surrounding the shell with a cloud of plasma, ionising the air, etc.
#III. The ability to spew countless small vehicles from the interior of a large Magnocraft. It can be the outcome of opening of launch portholes in large Magnocraft and allowing small Magnocraft to leave the interior.
#IV. The ability of small Magnocraft to decouple from a surface of something that looks like a solid vehicle, but actually is a flying configuration. This results from the decoupling of individual Magnocraft from larger configurations of these vehicles, e.g. from huge flying systems.
#V. The ability of magnetic lens to intercept, bend, and hold light. This ability is especially noticeable during night, when a flight of a Magnocraft in the magnetic lens mode of operation above our head is going to cause a spreading and dislocation of stars, and forming from these stars a kind of a garland with a centre blackened completely. Similar phenomenon can also be noted at nights, when a Magnocraft that flies low above a city with many sources of light, is observed from above. In turn an ascending Magnocraft in the magnetic lens mode of operation, observed from below, is going to cause an unique phenomenon of a concentric "collapsing of stars" into a single point. This phenomenon depends on concentric bending of light of stars when the vehicle ascends. For a motionless observer from Earth, this collapsing of stars looks as if a whole sky rapidly started to collapse concentrically onto a single spot.
No wonder that if these vehicles are watched by native people, who still remember the epoch of horse wagons, their jaws fall down because they are so impressed. After all, they never saw anything like the Magnocraft. After they return to the circle of their countrymen, they are to multiply strange stories and wild speculations about what they actually saw with this extraordinary vehicle. In this way, due to the lack of knowledge of such native people, general confusion caused by the appearance of this vehicle must rapidly grow. Especially if the crew of these vehicles, in manner described in subsection A3, refuses to get in regular contact with locals and starts to intentionally hide from observers.
The above explanations should be complemented with the information, that factors described here practically make impossible to piece together through empirical research the real shape of UFOs. Therefore the real shape of UFOs could only be discovered due to theoretical research on the Magnocraft described in this chapter. More extensively this is elaborated in subsection P2.1.1.

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