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Img.195 from Interpretation UFO photographs (#D6a)

Img.196 from Interpretation UFO photographs (#D6b)

Sequence (#D6ab): Img.195/ Img.196 Photograph of a UFO launch platform

Img.195 A photograph of a UFO lifting platform, originally explained in Figure P14 from monograph [1/4]. It captures a "carrier platform" consisting of a large K5-type mothership carrying six small K3-type UFOs suspended below its floor on the outlets of its side propulsors (see also explanatory Img.196 (#D6b)). Note that four of these K3-type UFOs are adjacent to the mothership with their floors, while two are adjacent with their upper protuberances. The platform shown in this photo was photographed above West New York, New Jersey, USA, on July 7, 1967 - see books [6P2] page 111, [8P2] page 159. A similar platform, only that captured from a slightly less spectacular angle, was photographed by W. D. Hall above Australia in 1954 - see books [6P2] page 56, [8P2] page 66.

Img.196 An example of a "carrier platform" of the Magnocraft. Such platforms are obtained when: the main propulsor of one vehicle confronts the side propulsor of another vehicle, all interactions between propulsors take the form of magnetic attraction, and the contact between both coupled vehicles is permanent. Such configurations are most favorable when a number of small Magnocraft are to be lifted by a larger mothership. (Originally this drawing is published as Figure F11 (a) from monograph [1/4]. It illustrates the external appearance and the principle of forming a "nose platform" coupled from a single "mothership" of the K5 type, and 4 small vehicles of the K3 type attached under it).

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