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Img.150 from UFO activities on the Earth (#B1a)

Img.151 from UFO-activities on the Earth (#B1b)/ (#F1) - Immortality

Sequence (#B1ab): Img.150/ Img.151 The appearance of UFO landings in grass and the principle of forming these landings. A fresh UFO landing on grass typically can be noted as a circle of red, magnetically scorched grass - visible in the left photo (a). This circle is formed by spinning magnetic circuits formed by the powerful field discharged into the environment from the spherical UFO thrusters visible in Img.151 (#B1b).

Img.150 A typical landing site of a K3-type discoidal UFO. Notice, however, that the red color of magnetically scorched grass visible above, such a landing site maintains only for a period of up to several hours after the UFO has landed. Then, in turn, this red grass gradually turns yellow and black, so that with time it takes on the gray-yellow color of typical shriveled and weather-worn old grass. Originally, the above illustration is published as Figure O1 (b) from chapter O of volume 12 of monograph [1/4].

A photograph of a ring of magnetically scorched and red in color grass formed on a fresh (formed a few hours earlier) K3-type UFO landing site. It represents the situation shown in part (b) of Figure F33 from volume 3 of monograph [1/4]. This was the first landing site examined by the author in New Zealand. It was found on the morning of December 6, 1978, in a meadow belonging to Barry Badman (Wrights Bush, No. 8 RD, Invercargill, New Zealand). Note the central trace scorched by the magnetic field column from the main thruster displaced toward the right side of the landing site (in the field: toward magnetic south). This trace touches the inner edge of the ring scorched by the rotating field from the side thrusters. The author's research revealed the reason for this footprint alignment: UFOs use their main magnetic circuit as a "depth probe" measuring the precise distance between the base of the craft and the ground surface (similar to how, during World War II, night bombers tuned the precise altitude of their flight by observing the intersection of two converging beams of light).

The side appearance of a UFO vehicle type K3 whose propulsion system scorched the above landing site is shown in the next drawing Img.151 (#B1b). Clearly marked on that drawing are the spherical side propulsors of that UFO which emitted a setting off magnetic field which scorched the grass into the shape of a red ring. Notice that in a UFO of the K3 type the centers of these n=8 spherical side propulsors are distributed at equal distances from each other on the circumference of a circle with a diameter of d=3.10 meters. This means that if a UFO of type K3 hovers just off the ground, then the diameter of the circle it fires is a maximum of d=3.10 meters. But if this UFO hovers at a slightly higher altitude, this diameter will be smaller, because the spinning magnetic circuits of discoidal UFOs always curve towards the center of the vehicle in which its single main propulsor is located. Notice that the UFO of each successive type churns out a circle twice as large as the previous type. For example, a UFO of type K4 churns out a circle with a maximum diameter of d=6.20 m, a UFO of type K5 - a circle with a maximum diameter of d=12.41 m, ... , while the largest UFO of type K10 churns out a circle with a diameter of d=397.22 meters (note that UFO landings of type K10 are so large that they become visible only from an airplane).

Img.151 In the "standing" position illustrated in this figure, this ship resembles an upside-down disc in the center of which is placed a single main (lifting) propulsor, while on the periphery are eight side (stabilizing) propulsors. The shape and dimensions of this vessel are strictly defined by a set of equations (see formulas (F2) to (F16) in subsections F2 to F5) /?/ derived also in [1a] and [1] and resulting from operational and structural conditions. The ring-shaped crew cabin (see "1" in part (a) of this figure), with the pilot's seat shown here, is sandwiched between the main and side thrusters. It should be noted that the side propulsors are embedded in a horizontal separation ring, made - like the crew cabin plating - of material impenetrable by the magnetic field. This ring separates the magnetic poles of each propulsor, forcing its field to circulate through the surroundings. Each side propulsor is also separated from neighboring propulsors by vertical separation baffles made of the same magneto-reflective material.

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