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Img.201 from Interpretation UFO photographs (#D8a)/ (#C4a) - UFO proof

Img.202 from Interpretation UFO photographs (#D8b)

Img.130 from Day 26 (#L4a/ resp.#D8c Interpretation UFO photographs)

Sequence (#D8abc): Img.201/202/130 Linear flying cluster of UFO vehicles.

Img.201 Night photograph of a flying cluster formed from two single K6-type UFOs. It was published in the bimonthly magazine [1-fig.P19] UFO Sightings (S.J. Publications, Inc, 1141 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10001, U.S.A.), January 1981, page 15. It reveals the existence of magnetic circuits in UFOs, captured in side view (on the Magnocraft, these circuits are illustrated in the upper part from Abb.618 (#C4c) from the page UFO proof - about the formal scientific proof for the "existence of UFO vehicles"). The course of these circuits became visible due to the glowing within them of air ionized by a strong magnetic field.

Img.202 An example of the smallest "flying cluster" of Magnocrafts, which at the same time constitutes the basic building block of any larger cluster. The combination of several Magnocrafts (in the case shown here - two spherical complexes) into such a "flying cluster" is formed as a result of non-contact coupling laterally (via magnetic forces) of two individual vehicles or two configurations. In order to avoid collision between the units comprising this cluster, two opposite types of magnetic circuits are generated between the two vehicles balancing each other. The first type of these circuits repel the two vessels from each other - see the "spreading" circuits (2) marked with a dashed line. In turn, other circuits pull the two ships toward each other - see the "tuning" (3) and "coupling" (4, 5 and 6) magnetic circuits marked with a bold solid line. The functions of the links connecting the two types of these circuits are fulfilled by the so-called "unstable units" (in the above illustration it is the right spherical complex of the Magnocraft), i.e. ships whose propulsors produce only lifting and coupling forces (i.e. they do not produce stabilizing forces). The elementary cluster link illustrated above can then be expanded with further links through the non-contact attachment of other vehicles or configurations.

The upper part (a) of this figure shows the appearance of one of the simplest clusters. It was created by the non-contact coupling of two spherical complexes formed from K6-type Magnocraft (compare also the above figure with Figures F6 and F38 from monograph [1/4]). The polarization (N, S) of the propulsors of both merged vehicles shown here is characteristic of the northern hemisphere of the Earth. The magnetic field force lines running between the propulsors of both vehicles form magnetic circuits, shown here with bold lines. Of the vast number of magnetic circuits existing in such a cluster, only the circuits most relevant to the "spreading" (2), "coupling" (4 to 6), "tuning" (3), and "rotational stabilization" (Ts) of the resulting Magnocraft cluster are shown here. (The "Ts" circuits perform a function identical to that of a helicopter tail propeller.) The penetration of some of these circuits through the ground surface (G-G) can form the characteristic landing site shown in part (b) of this figure.

The lower part (b) of this figure shows the appearance (from a bird's eye view) of typical elements of the footprint left in the grain during the landing (or, more precisely, during the stationary hovering above the grain surface) of such a Magnocraft cluster, operating in the magnetic vortex mode. References indicate the magnetic circuits that formed the given trace elements. It should be noted that with an increase in the hovering height of both vehicles, less extensive circuits will not reach the ground. Thus, with a change in the hovering height of the cluster, the level of the "hollow of the landing site" must also change, that is, the shape of the formed pattern and the type of its main elements.

Img.130 A photograph of a "crop circle" (i.e., a UFO landing site in the grain) formed by a K6-type flying UFO cluster, similar to the link shown on its left side "b" as Img.202 (#D8b). The above footprints, almost 50 meters long, were photographed in 1990 at Longwood Estate, Southern England. It is worth noting that the circles shown here have all the elements explained on the right side of the above illustration - i.e. in Img.202 (#D8b). Only that they have as many as two traces produced by the "Ts" rotational stabilization circuit (which in UFOs performs the same role as the tail rotor in our helicopters) - these traces are located at both units, positioned almost perpendicular to the main axis of the landing site. In addition, this landing site does NOT have traces from the tuning circuits - i.e. from the "3" circuits from Img.202 (#D8b) - that is, that the level of sinking of this landing site into the ground was higher than the height of these "3" tuning circuits.

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