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Img.130 from Day 26 (#L4a)/ (#3) - Shuttle Columbia/ (#C6a) - UFO proof

Img.202 from Interpretation UFO photographs (#D8b)/ (#C6b) - UFO proof

Sequence (#C6ab) (UFO proof): Img.130/202 Examples of UFO landing sites formed during low-level hovering of "flying clusters" of UFOs above surface of crops. Such UFO landing sites in crops are popularly called the "crop circles" or erroneously "pictograms". The above examples illustrate the existence of "magnetic circuits" in UFO vehicles. After all, these are strands of force lines of magnetic field from these magnetic circuits that work like huge "brushes" which gently bend towards the ground every blade of the crop that stand on the paths of these spinning magnetic circuits.

Img.130 (#L4a)/ (#3):

(Day 26):
One of the so-called "crop circles", or UFO landings in grain. The interesting thing about them is that supposedly in order to divert people's attention from the reasons for the formation of these UFO landings in crops, UFO simulations use exactly the same strategy and tricks, which they also used to cover up the traces of their participation in causing the tsunami of December 26, 2004, as well as to cover up the traces of their participation in the evaporation of the WTC buildings in New York and in the shooting down of the space shuttle Columbia. (In other words, this "corrective intelligence" which is behind the "simulations" of UFOs and UFOnauts, knows people so well that it knows that "the more people are disturbed and deceived in something, the more strongly these people begin to believe in it and the more interested they will become in it.")

UFO proof:
A photograph of a "crop circle" formed by a flying cluster of UFOs type K6. The above circles, having a total length of almost 50 meters, were photographed in 1990 at Longwood Estate, Southern England. It is worth noticing that the circles shown here include all the elements explained in the right illustration (i.e. "Fig. #C6b"). The only difference is that this crop circle has two "tail" marks formed by the circuit of rotary stabilization (Ts) which in UFOs fulfils the same function as the "tail" propellers in present helicopters - these marks are located by both units positioned almost perpendicularly to the main axis of the landing. Furthermore, this UFO landing does NOT have marks from the "tuning" circuits (marked "3" in the right "Fig. #C6b") - means that the "depth" of this landing was higher from the span of these tuning circuits "3".

Img.202 An example of a smallest "flying cluster", which simultaneously represents a basic link in every larger flying cluster. Illustrated is one of the simplest cases of the linear clustering together of two spherical complexes type K6. The main advantages of the resultant configuration include: ability to couple together the Magnocraft (or UFOs) of any possible arrangements and types (not only spherical complexes shown here), preserving the original configurations of vehicles that form the cluster, and flying the whole cluster with only one pilot. A flying cluster is obtained through the magnetic bonding of a number of independent vehicles which do not touch one another. Such bonding without physical contact is obtained by the formation of two opposite types of magnetic circuits: i.e. those that repel coupled vehicles (see circuits labelled (2) that are shown with a broken line) and those that simultaneously attract the vehicles (i.e. circuits (3) to (6)). The function of the links for these circuits is performed by "unstable units", i.e. vehicles whose propulsors produce only lifting and attraction forces (i.e. no stabilization forces) - see the complex below. Note that any other vehicles or arrangements can be attached in addition to the above cluster, with the condition that between every two stable units an unstable unit is placed to link them together.

In the upper part (a) of this drawing, a side appearance of a simplest linear cluster is shown. Illustrated are: the polarization of propulsors (N, S) in the coupled vehicles characteristic for the Northern Hemisphere; examples of magnetic circuits that provide each class of interactions required between both vehicles (i.e. separating (2), holding (4) to (6), tuning (3), and compensating (Ts)); and the penetration of the ground (G-G) by these circuits (this penetration causes the formation of very distinctive landing marks shown in part (b) from the lower part of the same drawing). Note that to keep this illustration simple it has not been shown that every side propulsor of the unstable unit is either linked with the main propulsor of the stable unit by a holding circuit (see (6)) or is involved in a tuning circuit.

In the lower part (b) an overhead view of a distinctive landing site which such a linear cluster produces if it hovers at a low height with the magnetic whirl mode of operation is illustrated. The labels link each characteristic element of this site with the appropriate class of magnetic circuits that produces this element. Note that a change in the height of the vehicles must result in a slight alteration of the site's shape and main features.

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