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Sequence (#C7ab): Img.619/620
A comparison of so-called "ionic picture of a magnetic whirl" in a landed UFO type K4, with the picture of the same magnetic whirl formed in a Magnocraft.
A night time photograph of a landed UFO type K4 taken by an anonymous photographer in Genui, Italy, on 23 June 1963 - see page 184 in the book that in subsection P2.16 of monograph [1/4] is referred under the number [1P2]. For the first time the above photograph was published in the Journal "Domenica del Corriere", 8 September 1963. The above photograph perfectly illustrates the "ionic picture of the UFO's magnetic whirl" and its similarities to the Magnocrafts' "ionic picture of the magnetic whirl". Shown are all the elements characteristic for such an ionic picture of a whirl. The photograph also illustrates the three telescopic legs extended to support the landed vehicle, a ladder, and a set of periscopes allowing for the visual observation of the environment. Notice that the legs are located at an angle slanted towards the vehicle's base.
An example of the "ionic picture of a whirl". This picture represents the apparent shape of the magnetic whirl surrounding an operational Magnocraft or UFO (illustrated above is a whirl formed by a motionless single Magnocraft type K3). The visible part of the ionic picture is formed from particles of ionized air (whose spin follows the rotation of force lines of the magnetic field around the central axis of the spacecraft). The outline of the vehicle is indicated by a broken line. Continuous lines illustrate the path of the three types of magnetic circuits formed from the output of the Magnocraft's (or UFO's) propulsors, i.e.
C - central circuit looping through the main propulsor only;
M - main circuits passing through the main and side propulsors; and
S - side circuits looping through the side propulsors only.
The force lines of these circuits are kept spinning permanently. The blackened areas indicate the shape which appears to an eye witness. The characteristic features of this shape are:
1 - the "upper slip point" of the central pillar;
2 - the pillar of central swirling;
3 - the block of main swirling;
4 - the flange of side swirling;
5 - the bulges of the lower part of the main swirling;
6 - the "lower slip point" usually concealed behind the main swirling and side swirling. Note that the motion of the Magnocraft (or UFO) may change (disperse) the visible shape of the magnetic whirl presented here. Manoeuvres of the Magnocraft (or UFO), or more strictly the change of proportion between output from the main propulsor and outputs from side propulsors, may also cause a distortion of the picture shown here.