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LC3. The state of telekinetic flickering and the consequences of it
The vehicles and devices propelled by telekinetic propulsors, are going to induce during their flight a whole range of phenomena, which are unique for attributes of the counter- world and counter-matter, but which remain unknown to the orthodox science, because they do not appear in the physical world. For the majority of these phenomena the Concept of Dipolar Gravity already at the present level of its development is able to forecast their course and final effects. In this subsection descriptions are provided, which present several most important out of these phenomena.

The key to our understanding of the extraordinary properties of telekinetic vehicles and propulsion systems, is to understand the unique state of matter subjected to telekinetic motion. This state is called here a "telekinetic state". The telekinetic state of a material object (e.g. a vehicle or a person) is a reversal of the physical state of that object. It appears only for the short duration of the telekinetic motion. Generally speaking this state is caused by the unique mechanism of the telekinetic motion (or strictly: by the way in which counter-material components pull their material duplicates during a telekinetic motion - see the description of this motion provided in subsection H6.1.). Thus, every telekinetically moved object remains in the physical state before and after this motion occurs, and is transformed into the telekinetic state for the exact duration of the telekinetic motion. After applying the above to telekinetic vehicles, the telekinetic state appears while these vehicles operate in the telekinetic mode, and ceases to exist when these vehicles operate their propulsors in a magnetic mode of operation. Of course, this state also appears during biological telekinesis, although its attributes are not so obvious. For example, one of its manifestations is an unexplained previously transparency of solid objects, recorded on some photographs of objects moved in a psychokinetic manner. Such a transparency is visible at good quality reproductions of photograph from Figure H2, that show tables lifted up psychokinetically by an English medium named Eusapia Palladino (these photographs were published in Journal [1FigH2] "The Unexplained", Vol. 4, Issue 41, page 801 - see also Figure D7 in [1a]).

The material component of each object that is subjected to the telekinetic state (e.g. a UFOnaut, a UFO vehicle, a levitated person, a rotor in the telekinetic motor, an object shifted in the effect of human psychokinesis, etc.), undergoes the following three transformations:

(1) Decomposition from a material (hardware) form into a non-material (software) one. The non-material (software) form can be explained as a kind of energy pattern, which is entirely stripped of physical attributes such as mass, density, inertia, optical properties, and so on. It is characterised by the fact, that objects in this state are completely transparent and weightless, as if they are formed from "vacuum" or energy, although they maintain their original shape and dimensions.
(2) The shift to a new location, determined by a telekinetic motion that the object is subjected to. During this shift the material part of this object exists only in its non-material (software) form, as an energy pattern.
(3) Recomposition back into the original, material form. After this recomposition is completed, the material component of the object begins to exist again in its physical (hardware) form. All its properties return to exactly the same state as they were before the telekinetic transformations began.
It should be stressed here that the transformations occurring within the telekinetic state do not change the level of energy accumulated in a given object. Thus, according to what was written in subsection H6.1, any work completed in this state, must be accompanied by the absorption of thermal energy from the environment combined with the emission of the extraction glow.
The three transformations described above are the cause of the extraordinary properties of objects which entered into the telekinetic state. Such objects lose most of the attributes and limitations characteristic of the physical state of matter, and simultaneously gain another set of attributes, which are more characteristic of some non-material forms, such as algorithms, designs, information, clusters of energy, fragments of vacuum, etc. The new properties of objects turned into the telekinetic state are as follow:
a) The ability to penetrate through other material objects without disturbing or damaging in any way the structure or consistency of either objects.
b) The ability to be penetrated by other material objects without causing any damage to either of these objects.
c) The loss of basic physical properties, such as inertia, density, weight, external friction, etc.
d) The non-absorption and non-reflection of light, thus becoming totally transparent.
e) The exchanging of thermal energy with the environment. The amount of exchanged energy is an exact equivalent of the energy consumption (or yield) necessary for the sustaining of the telekinetic motion (see subsection H6.1.).
f) The emission of a white "extraction glow", or a white glow with a green tinge called here the "dispersion glow". The intensity of this emission is proportional to the consumption (or production) of thermal energy caused by a given work done telekinetically. The area of the emission exactly reflects the object's outlines.
g) The obtaining of an attribute of indestructibility, and temporary freezing of the dimensions and parameters (unchangeability).
It should be stressed that all the above properties will be displayed only by these telekinetic vehicles, which at a given moment of time operate in the telekinetic convention (such vehicles may also operate in a purely magnetic convention, which does not show these attributes).
Three basic transformations that constitute the telekinetic state (i.e. decomposition, shift, recomposition) are completed during extremely short pulses. Each such pulse probably requires only three separate execution commands issued by the software model of a telekinetically moved object. From the interpretation of time in the Concept of Dipolar Gravity (refer to section and N1.4 /?/) we know that a single execution command constitutes an elementary unit of time for the object subjected to this command. Therefore a single pulse of the telekinetic state will extend only for an extremely short period of time, too small to even be registered by our instruments, but sufficiently long for light to propagate through the space previously occupied by a given physical object.

The complex manoeuvres of telekinetic vehicles can not always be achieved in one single pulse of the telekinetic state. For this reason the telekinetic propulsors maintain the cyclical repetition of such individual pulses, in this way extending the telekinetic state for any required length of time. There are two ways of repeating the single pulses of the telekinetic state, i.e. progressive and oscillative. The progressive manner depends on subjecting the propelled object into a series of telekinetic shifts having controlled ranges. This manner is used when a telekinetic vehicle is required to fly with a predefined speed along a specific trajectory. The oscillative manner depends on the repetitive shifting (oscillating) of the propelled object between two extremely close destinations. This manner is used when a telekinetic vehicle is required to hover, suspended motionlessly above a single area. The long periods of the telekinetic state, achieved due to the cyclical repetition of such single pulses, are called here the "sustained telekinetic state" or the "state of telekinetic flickering".

A characteristic feature of the sustained telekinetic state is that a material object (e.g. a vehicle) subjected to it appears alternately in two opposite states, i.e. telekinetic and physical. The telekinetic state takes place while single pulses are executed, whereas the physical state exists for the length of time elapsing between consecutive pulses. Depending on the frequency with which the elementary pulses are repeated, the duration of the physical state may differ. Because in both these states the optical properties of the object are opposite (i.e. in the telekinetic state the object is completely transparent and thus invisible, whereas in the physical state it is clearly visible) the visual appearance of an object subjected to the sustained telekinetic state is continually changeable from complete visibility, through all grades of partial transparency, into full invisibility. The ratio of invisibility is regulated by the frequency in which individual pulses of the state of telekinetic flickering are repeated. For example, to become completely invisible to human eyes, telekinetic vehicles need to twinkle into the physical state with the frequency exceeding that for the changes of individual frames in motion pictures (i.e. over 24 cycles per second). From measurements of frequency with which telekinetic UFO vehicles are flickering, we know that actual frequency used by such large vehicles amounts to around 2500 Hz - see descriptions of method of determining the frequency with which telekinetic UFOs flicker, described in subsection U3 of this monograph, and in subsection D5.1.1. of treatise [7/2]. If these vehicles glimmer with a frequency greater than that noticeable to our eyes, we are unable to see them, although their crew can see us perfectly. The level of visibility in the sustained telekinetic state can be smoothly regulated by the frequency with which the elementary pulses are repeated. The above realizes that the telekinetic vehicles are capable of becoming invisible in at least two different ways. The first of these is the phenomenon called the "magnetic lens", which the Magnocraft of all three generations are able to switch on. Telekinetic vehicles can shield themselves with this lens in all cases when there is a need to become invisible without switching on the telekinetic convention of flight. The second way depends on the fast "flickering" from the material state into the telekinetic one, and vice versa. This one allows telekinetic vehicles to become partially transparent (like being made of a mist) or completely invisible, and also to gradually fade away while remaining motionless.

The ability of telekinetic vehicles to flicker fast between material and non-material states, explains also the principle on which these vehicles fly through solid objects, such as walls, buildings, mountains, trees in forests, etc. Their flights through such solid objects depend on passing during subsequent pulses of flickering - when the vehicle reaches a non- material state, their atomic structure between atoms of a given obstacle, on materialising between atoms of this obstacle, on next dematerialising during a subsequent pulse and further shifting through the obstacle, on materialising again, and on carrying this process continually. (As we know from nuclear physics, atoms are mainly huge empty space, which is occupied by small in dimensions nucleus and electrons.) In this manner atoms of the vehicle, its crew, and content, flickering between two states gradually move through the atomic structure of the solid obstacle that stays on their path. People that are subjected to this process, are going to experience it as a feeling of intensive vibrations of their body during the penetration through material of the obstacle. This vibration is caused by a cyclical holding back and then releasing of this body in subsequent pulses of the change of state. In turn some objects through which such a telekinetic penetration just is taking place, which structure displays quite a low level of stiffness, and a capability to generate noise (e.g. crackling windows frames, loose metal doors, etc.) are getting into significant vibrations and produce a noticeable noise, thus making an impression to a casual observer, that they are rapidly tossed by a wind.

The ability to disappear via a fast telekinetic flickering, combined with the capability of telekinetic propulsion to fly through solid objects, provides the telekinetic vehicles with an extraordinary property. They are able to fly directly into our houses without even being noticed. In that way in some houses, apart from the furniture and usual inhabitants, sometimes a whole interstellar UFO spaceship, with its crew, equipment, research laboratories, and medical instruments, could appear - and no-one who lives there would notice the presence of this vehicle. The only sign of its activity, which most probably could only be realized by people who are made sensitive to the manifestations of the operation of these vehicles, would be a sensation of a coldness slightly greater than usually, the fact that some electronic devices unexpectedly could start to behave in a strange manner - see subsection U3.6., and panic reactions of animals, whose senses usually notice the arrival of extraterrestrials. However, if in such cases someone would decide to take a photograph, then he/she could experience a shock looking at the strange picture recorded on it (though people would tend to rationalize this picture by believing that two photos out of focus were somehow recorded on a single frame).

The ability to gradually fade away gains a special significance when applied to telekinetic personal propulsion. We can easily imagine the shock and confusion experienced by someone, knowing nothing about the telekinetic state, being confronted by an advanced alien (a UFOnaut) who uses telekinetic personal propulsion. Such an alien would be capable of floating in mid-air, penetrating a wall or ceiling, and its body would appear to be transparent giving an impression of a mist. Deadly objects (bullets, knives, swords, axes, etc.) directed at the alien would penetrate through its body without causing any damage. This situation is not so hypothetical as some sceptics would claim. Throughout the centuries a large number of people have reported close encounters with mysterious beings whose appearance matches exactly the above description (see subsection V8.1). Although names assigned to these beings have varied throughout the ages - from angels and devils though to succubies and fairies, finishing with contemporary UFOnauts - the basic attributes associated with them always correspond to those of telekinetic personal propulsion.

From the mechanism of the telekinetic state two other important properties of telekinetic propulsors stem, i.e. the range of a single shift and the speed of the resultant motion. The range of a single shift is the distance that an object (e.g. a vehicle or a person) is moved telekinetically during an individual pulse of the telekinetic state. Its quite good illustration is provided in Figure O1 of monograph [2e]. This range depends on the amount of magnetic power involved for the creation of a Telekinetic Effect, and also on the size of the shifted object. The more powerful a particular telekinetic propulsor, the greater the range of its single shift. The same powerful propulsors shift smaller objects to a greater range.

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