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Abb.512 from Propulsion (#J4.3a)

Abb.512 (#J4.3a) Here is an ornamental "star-shaped structure" decorating the ceiling of the Kuala Lumpur Central Railway Station. It was created by fusing together three squares arranged after rotating them relative to each other by 30 degrees - which is best illustrated by the empty space in the centre of this structure (i.e. like in its "main propulsor"). So in fact each of the above "beams" painted brown and forming the 12 rays of stars that make up this structure, corresponds to the course of stationary, i.e. non-rotating, "magnetic circuits" in G4 type of the "star-shaped spaceship". (The G4 type of the star-shaped spaceship is the twice as large and the next one to the G3 type of such spaceship shown in "Fig. B3" from my monograph [1e] and repeated from that [1e] on the "Fig. #J4.3b" below.)

These magnetic circuits connect the outlets of each propulsor from this starship with outlets of all other its propulsors with the opposite orientation of their magnetic poles. And each star-shaped spaceship (including G4 type) has as many as 3 types of propulsors, i.e. (M) main propulsor (only one) located in its centre, (S) side propulsors (in G4 type starships there are 12 of them) located between individual rays of a star-like outline of this starship, and rotary propulsors (B) that do not exist in discoidal Magnocrafts - of which there are also 12 in G4 type, while the oppositely yield magnetic field of which is anchored to the tip of each star-shaped ray of this spaceship. The exact locations of each of these types of propulsors the above structure indicates as the places of convergence of these brown-painted "beams" (in actual "star-shaped spaceships" these light-absorbing beams formed from a stationary magnetic field were black, NOT brown in colour - i.e. the colour the same as so-called "black bars" in Magnocrafts and UFOs). Note here that due to the use of three types of propulsors (i.e.: M, S and B), through appropriate control of the magnetic field generated by these propulsors, star-shaped spaceships could form with their "black bars" a large variety of structures similar to the one shown above, just like by control of their magnetic field present UFO starships can "paint" on cornfields a huge variety of "crop circles" - the formation of one of which was documented on video and illustrations shown and described more thoroughly in item A6.1. from my website Portfolio.

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