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Img.149 (P30) The location of subdivision walls, gates, spaces, and the use of volume of a UFO K7 type. (See also Img. (F39) /?/ and subsection F2.5., which illustrate and explain the subsequent spaces distinguished in these vehicles.) This K7 UFO vehicle is subdivided into seven "concentric spaces" on the above illustration marked with numbers (1) to (7). Each space is separated from the remaining ones with hermetic "subdivision walls", which in case of decompression of the remaining parts of the vehicle still maintain air in them. Through these subdivision walls seven hermetic "gates" lead marked with numbers of spaces that given gates connect, e.g. gate (37) connects (3) and (7). In order to make evacuation easier, these gates are located through and through towards each other (means one opposite the other). The first of these spaces performs the function of "captain bridge" (1) and is occupied by the crew on duty, i.e. captain, pilots, navigators, communication officers, and their equipment. Radially to it, along its ceiling and external walls strands (CMS) of "magnetic circuits" of the vehicle are spreading, which resemble beams from the cedar wood to outside observers.
The second space is the "specialist hall" (2) the equipment and the functions of which are adjusted to the specialisation of a given UFO vehicle (e.g. in a vehicle that specialises in the medical activities it is occupied by operational tables and medical equipment). The third space is the "engine room" (3) located in the centre of the spaceship and adjusted to the inner walls of the captain bridge (1). The "engine room" has a shape of the ring (or a cylinder). In the centre of it a huge transparent cylinder (PM) is visible, which contains oscillatory chambers of the main propulsor (M) of this UFO vehicle. Above the ceiling and floor of the engine room inter-propulsor magnetic circuits (CMS) are branching from the main magnetic column (CM produced by the main propulsor (M). The appearance of the column (CM) with the circuits (CMS) which branch from it, resemble a huge tree - see also parts A and B of Img.148 (P19). The telekinetic field, from which in UFOs of the second and third generations these magnetic circuits (CM) and (CMS) are formed, is capable to induce the growth, health, and good feelings in all living organisms that are subjected to it - see descriptions from subsection NB3.. Therefore the column (CM) that branches at the top and bottom into magnetic circuits (CMS) can be called the "tree of life".
The fourth space is the ring-shaped gallery of side propulsors (4). Around its outside circumference it is surrounded by a row of columns (PS) containing side propulsors (S), which look as if they are made of the olive wood. The fifth space are crew quarters (5). It is contained in the side flange of K7 type UFO, and it has the shape of a ring height at DS = 2.04 [metres] and wide L = 10.28 [metres]. Various life support compartments are located in it (e.g. kitchen, dining room), resting and recreation compartments, and individual crew cabins. The side magnetic circuits (CS) running along their external surfaces look as silver beams, while the side propulsors (S) visible through wall (PS) - like golden cubes. The sixth space contains storage areas and freezers (6). It holds, amongst others, freezing compartments used for storage of bodies that are required to be conserved - e.g. bodies of dead members of crew. The seventh concentric space is contained in the area swept by the magnetic field of the vehicle, i.e. it is contained inside of the central column (PM) with the main propulsor (M) and spreads also above the ceiling of the "engine room" (3). It performs the function of a rubbish dump (7). The internal walls of the central column (PM) which are adjusted to the engine room are supporting cells similar to a honeycomb. Each single cell of prepared as a separate container for rubbish (as rubbish the crew of a UFO treats also bodies of people dead during medical experiments that went wrong at a given UFO, people that died in the result of accident caused by the flight or landing of this UFO, and also people killed by mascots of UFOnauts - e.g. griffins described in subsection R4.2.). Between both levels of UFO type K7 runs a spiral elevator ramp (E), which is like a staircase without stairs. This ramp has three hermetic gates: 2E, E6, and E1 which link it with the adjusted spaces.

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