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A photograph of a four-propeller UFO (originally in color) taken at 11:30 in the evening on March 23, 1974 near Albiosc in the Vosges mountains in France, by a local doctor who wished to remain anonymous - see the book [1Q2] by Adolf Schneider, Hubert Malthaner: "Das Geheimnis der unbeakannteern Flugobjekte" (means: "The secret of the unidentified flying objects"). Hermann Bauer Vlag KG - Freiburg im Breisgau, West Germany, 1976, ISBN 3 7626 0197 6, page 223. It shows this vehicle ascending in magnetic vortex mode. Its crew cabin is surrounded by a cloud of ionized air glowing red. Note that in New Zealand (southern hemisphere) this red glow is replaced by a blue color. This, in turn, corresponds exactly to the air glowing colors expected in the range of the vehicle's magnetic poles (i.e. yellow-red color near the N pole and green-blue color near the S pole - see also Img.173 (#C3ab). In the four corners of the UFO shown here, white glowing columns of spinning air ionized by the magnetic field of the propulsors are visible. The generation of such spinning columns of field can only be done by propulsors that use cross configurations. The mutual orientation of these columns in the above photograph, as well as the mutual dimensional proportions, show that the vehicle shown here is just a four-propulsor UFO, similar to the vehicle shown here in Img.153 (#G2b).