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Sequence (#D7abde): Img.197/ Img.198/ Img.199/ Img.200
Evidence that UFO vehicles also couple into so-called "flying systems". It takes the form of a landing site of a single cell of a K3 type flying UFO system. It represents one of a huge number of UFO landing sites located near the UFO explosion site in Tapanui, New Zealand. The example illustrated above was burned in the pasture of Gerrard Eckhoff of Coal Creek near Roxburgh - i.e. on the main fall line of the so-called "ceramic stones" from the UFO explosion near Tapanui. The characteristic feature of a single cell of a flying system is that its landing fires a unique "four-leaf clover" shape on the ground, the formation of which cannot be explained in any other way - except for just landing a single cell of a "flying system" UFO there.
Aerial photograph of the Roxburgh burnout, taken on November 15, 1987 by Harry Latham of Invercargill. Note that not far from the "four-leaf clover" shaped airstrip located in the center of this photo, burnouts of numerous other airstrips scorched in the grass by flying UFO systems are also visible.
The appearance of a single cell of a flying system. The example of it shown here is coupled from four post-positioned cigars similar to the cigar in Img.210 (#D4b), or to the cigar in Img.364 (#5a) on the website Propulsion - about advanced magnetic propulsion systems for flying vehicles, containing the following number of K3-type Magnocraft: (1) six, (2) two, (3) five, and (4) three. Indexes (1) and (3) are assigned to the magnetic axes of Magnocrafts or UFOs oriented in a standing position, while indexes (2) and (4) are assigned to the axes of vehicles oriented in a hovering position. "Z" is the central axis of the entire cell (the outer edges of all the Magnocrafts forming a given cell must adhere to this "Z" axis). A single cell from the above figure can then be expanded by attaching to it an even number of further posobars that will form similar cells. Examples of expanded flying systems created in this way are shown in part (a) of this illustration, among others.
A photograph taken from the surface of the earth, and showing the appearance of a UFO landing site in the shape of a "four-leaf clover" which is one of the UFO landing sites visible from the "bird's eye view" in Img.197 (#D7a). The white circle located in the center of this UFO landing site has a diameter of 1 meter, while its arrow is pointing toward magnetic north. The measured dimensions of the landing site were: du=7.5 and di=6.2 [m], and they are consistent with the theoretical dimensions of such a system formed from K3-type Magnocrafts. Its photography was hampered by the decaying remains of sheep covering the lower half of this landing site (some of which can still be seen in the lower left corner and along the lower edge of the photo). Similar cases of dying sheep and deer attracted to landing sites of flying cigars and UFO systems were noted by the author in New Zealand relatively often. I took this photograph in 1988
An example of a pattern burned on the ground by Magnocrafts coupled together into a flying system. The above pattern resembling a "four-leaf clover" is formed by a single cell of such a system - similar to the cell shown in Img.198 (#D7b). The thick line shows the area of soil scorched by the ship's propulsors, while the thin dashed line marks the extent of the side flanges of the individual vehicles. The dimensions "di=2 d" and "du=D+d" can be calculated from the equations describing the shapes and dimensions of the Magnocraft: D=0.5486*2K and d = D/sqrt(2) (where for K3 type UFOs: K = D/H = 3).