G10.1.1. Properties of the tunnels made in rocks by the Magnocraft
© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

G10.1.1. Properties of the tunnels made in rocks by the Magnocraft

Magnocraft, which in the magnetic whirl mode of operation are going to fly through solid matter, such as rocks, soil, buildings, or bunkers, are going to produce glossy tunnels in this matter. The principle which causes the evaporation of this tunnels, and also their basic properties are illustrated in Figure G31. This subsection is to list the most important attributes of such tunnels, to explain where these attributes come from, and also to explain what is the mechanism of their formation.
The properties of the tunnels hollowed out in rock by the "plasma saw" of Magnocraft remain in strict correlation to the principles of operation of these vehicles. This means that the action of each principle applied by these vehicles, and also each rule that is obeyed by phenomena that these vehicles induce, causes the appearance of a particular set of properties within the tunnel. To highlight this correlation better, two overlapping lists are provided below. The first of these lists, marked by the subsequent letters #A, #B, ..., #K, describes main principles of the Magnocraft's operation. In turn the list that follows, marked with subsequent numbers 1, 2, ..., 38, describes the properties of the tunnels that result from given principles.
#A. The Magnocraft of the first generation flies in a magnetic (non-aerodynamic) manner, which characteristic features include: following straight lines, rapid (almost right-angle) changes of flight direction without the benefit of a curve radius, and suspending motionlessly in the same position for longer periods of time.
1. The tunnels evaporated in rock during flights of this vehicle comprise long, straight sections which are joined together by relatively sharp corners.
2. In locations where the Magnocraft remains motionless, the rounded, drum-shaped caves modelling the magnetic whirl outlines (e.g. the ionic picture of a whirl – shown in Figure G27) should appear in the middle of these tunnels. These caves should show evidence that the magnetic whirl has removed surrounding rock by vaporization. The central axis of these drums will be parallel to the local course of Earth’s magnetic field force lines.
#B. Propelling and stabilizing forces are obtained by the interaction of the Magnocraft's magnetic field with a field produced by the Earth, planets, Sun, or Galaxy.
3. Disturbances in the direction of the local Earth's magnetic field should be frozen in the rocks surrounding the tunnels. A magnetic compass used within the tunnels can refuse to work, or register false readings varying directions from place to place.
4. Water diviners are going to react strongly on the underground presence of such a tunnel.
5. Various animals that are sensitive to magnetic field may react in different ways in areas under which such tunnels run, e.g. may indicate fear.
#C. The dynamic interactions between the field of the Magnocraft and the field of Earth, may induce in walls of these tunnels an unique type of field, called the telekinetic field (for descriptions of this telekinetic field see subsections H6.1 and NB3 of this monograph). Then this field is going to be frozen for many years in walls of such tunnels.
6. The tunnels are to irresistibly attract some animals (e.g. dears, lambs, bats). They are to force these animals to enter the tunnels.
7. People are going to experience extraordinary feelings in these tunnels, that are also characteristic to holly places.
8. Tunnels and water that flow through them are going to acquire healing properties, abilities to increase vitality and longevity, improve the fertility, etc.
#D. The unique telekinetic field frozen in walls of these tunnels, will remain biologically active for long periods of time, causing in these tunnels a whole range of biological phenomena. These phenomena with the elapse of time may even provide an identification attribute that is to allow an initial recognition of these tunnels and an estimation of their age.
9. During telekinetic stimulation of the process of decay and fermentation that are to occur in faeces and remains of creatures that live in these tunnels, this field is to cause the spread of a characteristic smell (like the merging of the smell of hydrosulphide or rotten eggs, and old mould). This very sharp and unique odour may allow people who are familiar with it to quickly recognise this type of tunnels. Because of the fact that the biological activity of telekinetic field frozen in walls of this tunnel is going to diminish with the elapse of time, also this characteristic odour is going to gradually diminish. However, all caves have a specific level of smell that prevails in them. Therefore also this characteristic odour of biologically active tunnels is not going to diminish completely. After the elapse of time it drops down to a specific threshold value. After reaching this threshold value is ceases to decrease further, and it is only to change the character of the smell, thus transforming into a normal small that prevails in natural caves. Just because of this gradual diminishing of the unique smell, these tunnels can be roughly judged how old they are. (E.g. in tunnels relatively new this odour will be impossible to withstand without gas masks.)
10. During telekinetic stimulation of fertility of organisms that live in these tunnels, in some cases this field may cause the birth of new mutations of living creatures. These mutations are going to be unique to a given tunnel, and will appear only in a particular tunnel. Thus, in cases when this mutation takes place, the tunnel is to be inhabited by sometimes very strange creatures, that outside of them will not exist in the same form (e.g. see item c) in subsection NB3).
#E. During its flight the saucer-shaped Magnocraft must all the time be oriented in the same direction, i.e. in such a manner that its base remains almost perpendicular to the local course of the force lines of the Earth's magnetic field. Therefore, depending on which direction it flies, the shape of the tunnels that it leaves behind must either reflect the vehicle's circular overhead outline or its triangular side outline.
11. When the Magnocraft flies in the direction of magnetic north-to-south or south-to-north, the shape of the tunnels left behind is elliptical in cross-section. The long axis of this ellipse is horizontal, and the ratio of the long to the short axis is proportional to the local inclination angle of the Earth's magnetic field (i.e. on the magnetic equator the tunnels should be circular in cross-section) - see Figure G31, part "c".
12. When the Magnocraft flies approximately in an east-west or west-east direction, the shape of the tunnels matches side outlines of a saucer - see Figure G31, part "d".
So in case when it is evaporated by a single vehicle, it roughly resembles the shape of an obtuse triangle. But in cases when it is evaporated by any configuration shown in Figure G6, the tunnel is to have outlines corresponding to a rounded cross section along the vertical (central) axis of a given configuration.
13. When the paths of tunnels rapidly change the direction, their shape should also change from elliptical into triangular, or vice versa, depending on the geographical direction of flight of a vehicle that formed it.
#F. The tunnels are cut by a saucer-shaped spinning cloud of plasma (i.e. the so-called “plasma saw”) which tightly surrounds the Magnocraft's body.
14. Rock rubbles, which are formed in great numbers during the sawing action of the magnetic whirl, are to fall down onto the “real floor” of the tunnel and fill up the lower part of it. These rock rubbles in Figure G31 are shown as “4” and “10”. Near to the entrance of the vehicle underground, this rock rubbles, together with the “apparent floor” that lies on them, may fill up even up to 1/4 height of the tunnel. But as the distance from the entrance to tunnel progresses, the thickness of the layer of rock rubbles is also going to grow. Just before the exit of a vehicle from the tunnel, rock rubbles are to diminish almost completely.
Notice that because of the existence of this layer of rock rubbles, on the top surface of which evaporated rock solidified after the flight of the vehicle, the tunnels evaporated by the Magnocraft always have two floors. The most bottom one of these floors is called here the “real floor(see “12” in Figure G31). In turn another floor formed artificially on the pile of these rock rubbles by solidifying rock vapours is called the “apparent floor(see “8” in Figure G31).
15. The appearance of these tunnels must roughly reflect the shape obtained by the intersection of the vehicle’s whirl with the solid material through which the Magnocraft flies – see part (a) of Figure G31.
16. Tunnels are geometrically shaped, have relatively even surfaces, and are of a technological appearance.
17. The shape and dimensions of the entire tunnel (i.e. the tunnel contained between the “real ceiling” and the “real floor”), are such that without any difficulty the tunnel is to accommodate the vehicle that evaporated it.
18. The shape, dimensions, and patterns (ripples) on the walls of the tunnels should remain the same as long as the spacecraft which made them was maintaining an unchanged speed and direction of movement and did not cross the path of another tunnel (i.e. each straight section of the tunnels should look approximately the same along its entire length).
#G. The rock in the vehicle's path is removed through the melting and evaporation by the plasma saw.
19. The tunnels should have a smooth, glossy surface, as if it is covered with a glaze of some sort. It is to result from the melting of the rocks by the plasma whirl of the vehicle. But under a close examination this surface is to reveal numerous cracks and solidified large gas bubbles, similar to bubbles formed on surfaces of boiled dense substances that are then rapidly cooled down.
20. The plasma whirl should leave some characteristic, repetitive indentations (ripples) on the surfaces of the tunnels. The shape, course, and intensity of these ripples depend on the mutual positioning of the tunnels' walls and the direction of the whirl rotation. In elliptical tunnels, formed during north-south flights of the Magnocraft, the indentations should take the form of shallow grooves running around the periphery of the tunnel at even distances from one another (the mutual distance between successive grooves depends on the speed of the Magnocraft which produced them). The appearance of these ripples should resemble an enlargement of those left by drilling tools. At the ends of the drum-shaped caves formed by motionless vehicles, the indentations should be shaped in clear spirals whose flutes recede towards the centre of the vehicle's whirl rotation. Such spirals should resemble the shape of a magnetic whirl illustrated in the lowest part of Figure G25.
21. The tunnels should have a “real floor” or the "original floor", the shape, appearance and the location of which are exactly symmetrical to the shape, appearance and location of the tunnels’ ceiling. Unfortunately, this “real floor” is usually hidden from an observer, because it is covered by the rock rubbles and screened by the “apparent floor”. (The "apparent floor" is the one that can be seen when someone enters these tunnels – see “8” in Figure G31. The "original floor" is hidden under this apparent one – see “12” on Figure G31.) The rough and craggy “apparent floor” is created by the falling and subsequent hardening on the original floor, of the rock particles melted during the flight of the Magnocraft.
22. The shape of the tunnels' lowest surface (i.e. the “real floor” or the "original floor"), which is hidden under the layer of hardened rock particles creating an apparent floor of the tunnels, is symmetrical to the shape of the tunnels' ceiling. Both, the real floor and the real ceiling, form together outlines of a Magnocraft that flew in a given direction.
23. In areas where the tunnel changes a direction, strong thermal stresses are to pile up, that must cause the accelerated collapsing of ceilings and walls. Therefore vicinities of the area where the tunnel changes the direction, are characterised by the existence of numerous such collapses. Collapses of the tunnel in areas of such changes in direction must reveal a high symmetry. After all, they result from the manner in which walls of the tunnel were heated by the plasma of the vehicle. Thus such collapses are to be very similar to each other, if only the tunnel also turns in a similar manner.
24. The thermally induced changes in the crystallographic properties of native rock located close to the tunnel's surface should be detectable. Such changes, disappearing at some distance from the tunnel's surface, do not appear in the rocks of the caves created by hydraulic or mechanical interactions.
#H. The volume of rocks, evaporated when acted upon by the Magnocraft's plasma whirl, form a kind of super-hot, highly compressed vapour which expands along the area of the tunnel created behind the vehicle.
25. At shallow locations of the long tunnels, the expanding gases cause breaches to the land's surface (see "6" in Figure G31). These breaches and cracks take advantage of the occasional weak spots within native rock and can be formed at random without displaying any regularity in shape or course.
26. Particles of hardened vaporized rock should be spread over a wide area in the vicinity of the entrance (not the exit) to a tunnel, i.e. the place where the Magnocraft descended below the surface of the ground, as well as in the vicinity of the outlets from breaches formed by the expansion of vapour from a long and shallow tunnel. The effects caused by this should be similar to the raining down of volcanic ash after a small eruption. When viewed under a microscope, such particles should have shapes of miniature spheres or bulbs, formed from a native rock in which the evaporation of a given tunnel took place. Their size is to be comparable to grains of sand. They are to be formed from the native rock evaporated by the Magnocraft, which after getting to the surface of the ground, as this is marked with symbol “5” in Figure G31, were rapidly cooled down by the air and descended to the ground.
#I. Vapours evaporated in the result of the circular saw, are to indicate the tendency for falling down in the direction of gravity field and quick solidifying.
27. Particles of vaporized rock, when hardening on the surfaces of the rock rubbles that cover bottom part of the tunnel (especially its real floor), must form a kind of “rock bridge”, the upper surface of which is to create an “apparent floor” of the tunnel. This “rock bridge” is shown with symbol “9” in Figure G31, while its upper surface that represents the “apparent floor” of the tunnel, is shown there with symbol “8”.
28. These “rock bridges” that form the apparent floor of the tunnel, must display a monotropic structure whose arrangement reflects the direction of movement of rock vapours. After all, they are to be formed due to gravitational fall out and solidifying of individual droplets of dense rock vapours that were evaporated during the flight of a given vehicle. Samples cut out from this floor are to indicate the drastically different structure than samples cut from a native rock that form walls of this tunnel.
29. In straight tunnels that run horizontally, stony bridges that form their apparent floor are flat and aerodynamic. This is because the fallout of the native rock evaporated by the vehicle is approximately even along all the surface of the floor.
30. In tunnels that run under a steep angle to the level, stone bridges are to form uneven dunes, similar to dunes formed by snow on slopes of steep hills.
#J. The expanding volume of rocks evaporated in the result of plasma saw action, before falling down form a kind of fast moving stream or wind that is composed of extremely hot, highly compressed droplets of evaporated rocks. The behaviour of this stream of droplets is to imitate the behaviour of the snow flakes during snow storms.
31. In points where horizontal tunnels are to turn, on the outer side of the turn, the apparent floor is to show a tendency for formation of dunes that curve upwards and gradually transform into the tunnel’s ceiling. The reason for such a curving of the apparent floor towards the ceiling is the inertia force of fast moving droplets of rock vapours, that throw these droplets towards the outer wall of the turning tunnel.
32. In the turning points of horizontal tunnels, approximately near the centre of the turn, the apparent floor is to show a tendency for a rapid descending downwards toward the real floor. Thus a kind of a hole or depression in the floor is to be formed in there. The cause of this descending of the apparent floor is the melting of a hole in this floor by hot gases that wash it at extremely high speeds. The mechanism of this formation is similar to a mechanism of blowing away of snow almost to a bare soil by winds of a snow storm that rushed in a bending tunnel formed by two buildings.
33. Stones that fall down on surface of the apparent floor of the tunnel at the time of evaporation of this tunnel, are to be covered by droplets of the native rock and melted with the blow of hot gases. Thus they are to form aerodynamic shapes, the attribute of which that they do not have concave surfaces almost at all.
34. At crossing points of the tunnels, the movement of expanding vapours creates hardening drifts which may block the entrance to the tunnel which had been made earlier.
35. On entrances (but not exists) to a tunnel, i.e. the place where the Magnocraft descended below the surface of the ground, particles of hardened vaporized rock should be spread over a wide area along the extension of the axis of this tunnel. This fallout should be similar to that formed in the vicinity of outlets of breaches caused by the expansion of rock vapours from a long and shallow tunnel. The effects caused by this should be similar to the raining down of volcanic ash after a small eruption. Only that droplets of rocks expanding from these tunnels are to solidify into rounded spheres or bulbs, not into irregular crystals as this is the case of volcanic ash.
#K. Water that is accumulated in the tunnel, is to seep through a porous apparent floor and accumulate in the rock rubbles that fill up the space between the apparent and real floors – see “11” in Figure G31.
36. At outlets from tunnels that run horizontally, stream of small rivers are formed from water that accumulates in these tunnels. These rivers are to flow out much below the level of apparent floor of these tunnels, i.e. usually at the level of their real floor. Therefore such tunnels will be like having two levels. Out of these, the lower level is completely filled with rock rubbles and occupied by a stream or a river. In turn the upper level is a clearance of relatively dry and empty tunnel.
37. In tunnels running horizontally, the apparent floor is usually very dry. Of course, this does not apply to several exceptions, e.g. when tunnels rapidly turn, or when tunnels lie under the level of ground waters, thus are completely submerged.
38. In tunnels that run under a steep angle (means either steeply ascending, or steeply descending downwards), the apparent floor, because of its unevenness and breaks, in
some areas is to be flooded with a fast stream that flows on it. In other areas it is to tower above this stream to form a kind of stony bridge.
When we analyse the attributes of tunnels evaporated during underground flights of the Magnocraft, it becomes obvious that these attributes are hugely unambiguous and meaningful. So every person should be able to easily recognise these tunnels. Also, almost none of these attributes have the rights to appear in caves of a natural origin. For example, in natural caves: (1) their cross section and the direction they follow must rapidly change at random, (2) these caves must have only a single true floor and one will not be able to find in them two levels separated from each other by a rock bridge, (3) stones that lie on their bottoms are also going to be aerodynamic, but their aerodynamic shape is to originate from washing, not from gluing up, thus is going to be full of concave surfaces, grooves, lines coinciding with the direction of wear and tear, etc. Attributes of technological tunnels cannot be overlooked, while caves evaporated by some spaceship that utilises principles of the Magnocraft no-one with ability to observe and to reason should take for some natural caves. (Although, shockingly, they are being taken for such natural caves by present scientists, who in addition to this several times attacked me trying to argue, that I am completely wrong in the matter of origin of these tunnels. They did this in spite that my argumentation and material evidence they could verify in person on real tunnels to which they had a physical access.) Thus the presence of these attributes on some tunnels certifies conclusively, that these tunnels originate from an underground flight of a vehicle that uses the magnetic propulsion of the first generation, identical to that utilised by the Magnocraft. The origin of these tunnels is then so unambiguous, that it is possible to formally prove that they were evaporated in a technological manner. So if some geologists or scientists are to insist in their claims, that these tunnels were formed “naturally”, their argumentation is to be biased, contradictive to findings so-far, and certifying for their philosophical immaturity and inability to accept the truth. As such, they should not be taken seriously or considered in any actions.

It should be mentioned here that numerous tunnels which display properties exactly
corresponding to those listed above have already been found on Earth. Examples of these are listed and discussed in subsection O5.3 /?/ from chapter O of this monograph.
Our present orthodox science attributes a solely natural origin to all underground caves existing on Earth. However, it seems that there are a number of cases where a technological origin could explain perfectly well the properties of some underground tunnels, whereas none of the natural explanations is supported by existing facts.

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