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Abb.617 from UFO proof (#C5a)

Abb.618 (aus UFO proof (#C5b)

Sequence (#C5ab): Img.617/618 Pulsating magnetic field of UFOs. This is one example in the large class of UFO photographs, all of which document the pulsating character of the UFOs' magnetic field. On each picture from this large class (in monograph [1/4] several of them is reproduced), it is only possible to see the fragment of the vehicle's "magnetic circuit", which is oriented in the direction of the photographer. (The formation of "magnetic circuits" in UFOs and Magnocrafts is explained in Img.201 (#C4) and Img.130 (#C6)). Notice that because of poor light conditions (night or evening) and the high speed of the photographed UFOs, the above pictures only capture flashes of the air ionized by the strands of the pulsating magnetic field, whereas the vehicles' shell remains invisible. The scientific analysis of flashes shown here can be a source of precious information about the control over "twin-chamber capsules" composed of UFOs' Oscillatory Chambers.

Img.617 (#C5a) A photograph of very fast moving UFO, taken by Ken Chamberlain over the southwest part of the freeway called "the outerbelt" that encircles Columbus, Ohio, USA, near a small town called Grove City, about 10 p.m. on 17 October 1973. (Description of this photograph can be found in the earlier referred book [1P2] page 205, while originally the photograph was published on the front page of "The Columbus Dispatch", issue dated on 18 October 1973.) This photograph shows a row of flashes identical to these that are explained in Img.617 (#C5b). Please notice that there is a huge number of night photographs of UFOs, which all document similar flashes of "magnetic circuits" of these UFOs. Only that on these other photographs UFO vehicles flew with a different orientation and in a different direction. Thus towards the photographer were directed different sections of their "magnetic circuits - which produced on films shapes that are different from the shape explained in the drawing from Img.617 (#C5b) on the right side. For these further examples of such flashes see photographs which in my monograph [1/4] were shown in Figure P18(3) or on Figure P18(4).

Img.618 (#C5b) Explanations of principles for the formation of such multiple images from a single "magnetic circuit" on night photographs of Magnocrafts (and also UFO spaceship) taken during the "throbbing" mode of operation of these vehicles. In subsequent parts of this illustration are explained:
(a) Outline of the Magnocraft (or a UFO) with an indication of the layer of glowing air which flashes when being ionized along a side "magnetic circuit" (i.e. along the path of magnetic field force lines which join the opposite outlets of the same side propulsor). Because this layer of the air "flashes" in rhythm of pulsations of the magnetic field yield to the environment by a given side propulsor, while each "flash" lasts just a short moment of time, the fast motion of the vehicle leaves a chain of such flashes spread along the trajectory this vehicle follows. Symbols appearing on this part of the drawing: V - speed vector, T - period of pulsation of the magnetic flux (F) generated by side propulsors of this vehicle, t - time.
(b) An illustration which documents what would contain a photograph of this spacecraft taken at night. Only the flashes from the air ionized by the magnetic circuit of a side propulsor are visible in darkness. The spreading of these flashes indicates the movement of the propulsor during the time of film exposure.
(c) A curve F=f(t) of a variation in time (t) of the magnetic flux (F) produced by the side propulsor of the Magnocraft. This variation corresponds to the "beat type curve" that is formed in the result of mutual subtraction of two sinusoidal curves (for more comprehensive description of principles and reasons of this subtraction see the operation of so-called "twin-chamber capsule" formed from Oscillatory Chambers of Magnocraft's propulsors - presented in subsection C7.1 and in Figure C7 of my monograph [1/4]). Such a "beat-type curve" is composed from a straight line (i.e. the constant magnetic flux of the value "Fo"), onto which every period "T" is superimposed a short "pulse" of the amplitude ΔF. The magnetic field whose intensity pulsates according to such a "beat-type curve" ionizes the air only when its value goes through a next "peak". Therefore layers of air ionized by a vehicle's magnetic circuits must appear as a chain of individual flashes visible in part (a) of this drawing (instead of a continuous glow).

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