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Chapter F: The Oscillatory Chamber

F10. Monographs describing the Oscillatory Chamber

Since the Oscillatory Chamber was invented, the author has prepared, formally published, and disseminated a number of scientific monographs devoted to the presentation of this device. These were published in three different languages (English, German, and Polish) and available in a few countries (New Zealand, USA, Germany, Poland). The most important of these monographs are listed below. [1F] "Theory of the Magnocraft". It contained the first comprehensive presentation of the Magnocraft, including the first description (one chapter) of the Oscillatory Chamber ever published. One chapter was also dedicated to the description of Magnetic Personal Propulsion. The monograph [1F] was published in the following editions:
(a) First New Zealand edition, January 1984, ISBN 0-9597698-0-3;
(b) First USA edition - co-published in USA by: Energy Unlimited, PO Box 35637 Sta. D, Albuquerque, NM 78176, June 1985.
(c) First Polish edition (written in the Polish language) entitled, "Teoria Magnokraftu", March 1986, ISBN 0-9597698-5-4.
(d) Second New Zealand edition - extended, Invercargill, August 1984, ISBN 0-9597698-1-1, 110 pages and 53 illustrations.

[2F] "The Oscillatory Chamber - a breakthrough in the principles of magnetic field production". It was intended to provide the first complete disclosure of the Oscillatory Chamber, prepared as a proposal to be discussed and evaluated by other scientists. One chapter was dedicated to the Magnocraft. The monograph [2F] was published in the following editions:
(a) First New Zealand Edition, December 1984, ISBN 0-9597698-2-X.
(b) First USA edition, published in the "Energy Unlimited" magazine, Issue 19/1985, pages 15 to 43. This special edition of the magazine (published by "Energy Unlimited", PO Box 35637, Station D, Albuquerque, NM 87176, USA) reprinted the whole monograph on the Oscillatory Chamber.
(c) First West German edition (written in the German language) entitled, "Die 'Schwingkammer' Energie & Antrieb fur das Weltraumzeitalter", published by: Raum & Zeit Verlag, Dammtor 6, D-3007 Gehrden, West Germany; June 1985, ISBN 3-89005-006-9, 64 pages (including 7 illustrations).
(d) Second New Zealand edition, augmented, Invercargill, October 1985, ISBN 0-9597698-4-6, 115 pages and 15 illustrations. This second edition included the first presentation of the Concept of Dipolar Gravity.

[2F/2] "Komora Oscylacyjna czyli magnes jaki wzniesie nas do gwiazd" (i.e. "The Oscillatory Chamber: a magnet that will carry us to stars"), Dunedin, New Zealand, 1994, ISBN 0-9597946-2-X, 178 pages (including 4 tables, 38 illustrations, and 1 enclosure).

The latest monograph [2F/2] (written in the Polish language) was intended to provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date description of the Oscillatory Chamber, supplemented with the summary of to-date research on the completion of this device. It provided the blueprint for formulating this monograph.

[3F] "The Magnocraft: a saucer-shaped space vehicle propelled by a pulsating magnetic field". Monograph, Invercargill, New Zealand, September 1986, ISBN 0-9597698-3-8, 300 pages.

[4F] "Advanced Magnetic Propulsion Systems". Monograph, Dunedin, New Zealand, October 1990, ISBN 0-9597698-9-7, 460 pages (including 7 tables and 163 illustrations).
This monograph [4F] represents an updated and extended version of the monograph [1F]. It is composed of three parts: (1) the philosophical foundations, including the Concept of Dipolar Gravity, (2) Theory of the Magnocraft (including chapter F devoted to the Oscillatory Chamber), and (3) the theoretical validation of theories and devices proposed in parts 1 & 2.

[5F] "The New Zealand explosion of 1178 A.D. which tilted the earth". Dunedin, New Zealand, 1994, ISBN 0-9597946-6-2, a private edition by the author, 156 pages (including 36 illustrations). It presents the author's findings about a crater formed when a stack of seven Magnocraft-like vehicles exploded near Tapanui, New Zealand.

[6F] "The magnetic extraction of energy from the environment". Dunedin, New Zealand, 1990, ISBN 0-9597946-1-1, 38 pages (including 14 illustrations), a private edition by the author. It describes energy producing devices that utilize the "Telekinetic Effect" released through acceleration or deceleration of magnetic fields.

Monographs [5F] and [6F] summarize briefly the use of Oscillatory Chamber but do not provide any extensive description of the operation or design of this device.


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