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Img.138 (P19) Photographs which document the formation of magnetic circuits and magnetic whirl by UFOs. Parts (a) and (b) use example of the Magnocraft type K6 to explain the formation and the course of magnetic circuits around these vehicles. (“Magnetic circuits” are simply strands of magnetic field force lines that link (via the environment) the N poles of given propulsors with S poles of the same or other propulsors.) The spinning of these circuits produces a magnetic whirl. Because the vehicle's powerful magnetic field ionizes air, the whirling strands of the magnetic field force lines can be captured on photographs taken at darkness with a very short time of exposure (i.e. when the motion of the strands is unnoticeable on a single frame).
(a) The Magnocraft type K6 in side view. It illustrates the main and side magnetic circuits in one of their many possible positions. The location of the field's strands reflects the situation shown in diagram from part (b). Symbols: N, S - magnetic poles in the vehicle's propulsors.
(b) Whirling magnetic circuits of the Magnocraft type K6 in an overhead view. It presents the spinning magnetic circuits frozen in one of their many positions. Broken line frames the section captured in the photograph shown in part (d). Notice that the output from side propulsors has a sinusoidal distribution, i.e. if the side propulsors "U" (shown here with the blackened outlets - see also labels U, V, W, X in Img. (F26) /?/ have their maximal output, the output from propulsors "V" (dotted, located after "U"), fall into its mean value, propulsors "W" (blank, located after "V") produce no output at all, whereas the output of propulsors "X" (dotted) is raised to its mean value. This sinusoidal distribution of outputs is reflected by the thickness of the magnetic circuits which link side propulsors with the main one.
(c) A night-time photograph of two UFOs type K6 coupled into a "flying cluster". It was published in the Journal [5P2] "UFO Sightings" (USA), January 1981 edition, page 15. This photo is the best presentation known to the author of the magnetic circuits of a UFO shown from the side view - i.e. as illustrated in part (a). It definitely confirms that the strands of magnetic field force lines join the outlet from the vehicle's main propulsor with the outlets from side propulsors, ionizing the air on their paths. The flying cluster shown here is very similar to the one shown in part (a) of Img.031 (F13).
(d) The photograph of a UFO type K6 flying in the magnetic whirl mode of operation. It was taken by Enrique Hausmann over Mallorka (Palma Island), Spain, on 24 April 1950 - see [1P2] page 218. The UFO travelled from east to west, appeared to rotate, and produced a loud buzzing sound. The photograph captures, from below, an outlet of the vehicle's main propulsor. Five strands of spinning force lines of the main magnetic circuits are spiralling radial from this outlet - as illustrated by the drawing in part (b). At the edges of the photograph, each one of these five strands splits into three separate streams of the field's force lines. Notice that each middle stream engages more energy from the field than the two side streams. This results from the sinusoidal distribution of the outputs from the vehicle's side propulsors - as explained in part (b) and in the description from subsection F7.2.).