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Sequence (#C9abcd): Img.179/ Img.180/ Img.181 A daytime and nigh-time appearance of a single UFO vehicle ascending upwards in the "magnetic lens mode of operation" and photographed from below. Both these photographs were taken in circumstances explained in part "b" of this illustration (i.e. explained in "Fig. #C9b"), when the photographer was able to register only outlines of the outlet from the square "twin-chamber capsule" composed of the main Oscillatory Chambers of that vehicle, while the remaining parts of the vehicle's shell remained invisible. (On the above photographs (a) and (c), outlines of this "twin-chamber capsule" look like sections of a "rhomboid", or "diamond", because they were captured from the direction of their corner, while their back parts were hidden behind a column of the non-transparent magnetic field that was yield to the environment from a given "twin-chamber capsule".) Notice that in both above cases (a) and (c) the thickness of the space between the side edges of the outer "ao" and inner "ai" Oscillatory Chamber of a given "twin-chamber capsule" fulfils the equation (C9): "ao=ai(sqrt(3))". (Click on the above photographs or diagrams in order to see them enlarged, or to shift them into other parts of the screen.)
One of the best color photographs (captured in daylight) showing the "twin-chamber capsule" from the UFO's ascending main propulsor, in which the UFO's oscillatory chambers operate in "internal flux dominance mode." In such an ascending UFO, the output from its main propulsor is so strong that it forms a "magnetic lens" which hides the entire body of the UFO vehicle within itself, and allows to see only the appearance of the "twin-chamber capsule" from the UFO's main propulsor. (What is this "twin-chamber capsule", it is explained on the web page Oscillatory Chamber - about the design and operation of "oscillatory chambers").
The Img.179 (#C9a) was taken by a teacher in Hawaii and published in the book [3S1.3] "Into the Unknown", Reader's Digest, Sydney, Australia, 1982, ISBN 0 909486 92 1, page 315. In higher quality prints of this photo, the cone of magnetic field projected downward into the environment by the inner chamber of this UFO is clearly visible. This cone obscures the outlines of the two rear edges of the twin-chamber capsule. (It is because of this cone that, instead of the entire "rhombus", this photograph captured only the two front sides of it - this is because the rear sides of this "rhombus" are hidden beyond the cone of opaque to light magnetic field ejected downwards by this twin-chamber capsule). The UFO field captured in the so-called "circulating flux" of a given twin-chamber capsule acts like the "black hole" described in textbooks of optics, producing the black space visible on the photograph. Because of the action of the "magnetic lens," except for the twin-chamber capsule from the main propulsor, the rest of this UFO vehicle remains invisible. (The original is Figure S5 (left) from monograph [1/4].)
Night photography of a twin-chamber capsule from the main propulsor of a UFO ascending. This capsule is operating in the "external flux dominance" mode - as that mode is explained in Img.181 (#C9d) of the above illustration. This photograph was taken by a journalist over Clovis, New Mexico, on January 23, 1976 - see the book [5S1.1] by Joshua Strickland, "There are aliens on earth! Encounters," Grosset & Dunlop, New York, 1979, ISBN 0 448 15078 6, page 49. In this photograph, the "resultant flux" is discharged from the twin-chamber capsule of the thruster into the environment through the outer chamber. This flux ionizes the air, hence in the photograph it is visible as a slice of a luminous rhombus (i.e., the two front sides of the rhombus). The inner chamber produces a magnetic "circulating flux" which appears as a black square merging with the black surroundings. (The original is Figure S5 from monograph [1/4].)
Illustration of the differences in the external appearance of the first-generation "twin-chamber capsules" observed in the two opposite modes of operation, viz: (a) in INTERNAL flux dominant mode, and (b) in EXTERNAL flux dominant mode. Since the powerful pulsating magnetic field prevailing in such capsules is transparent only if viewed along its lines of force, the curved lines of force of the so-called "circulating flux C" (i.e., the magnetic steepness which only "circulates" between both chambers of the capsule without escaping at all) must be opaque to an outside observer, and hence they will be visible as areas of blackness or "black holes." (The original is Figure C6 from monograph [1/4].)