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Advanced Magnetic Propulsion Systems for Flying Vehicles

Part #F: Further generations of magnetically propelled flying vehicles which are even more advanced than Magnocraft of the first generation described earlier:

#F1. Three generations of Magnocraft which according to the Cyclic Principle are to be completed at the Earth in the future:

Two most advanced flying vehicles that are predicted by the "Cyclic Principle" as being build right after the Magnocraft of the first generation, will represent just slightly more advanced versions of that Magnocraft already described and illustrated in item #C1 of this web page, while fully explained in chapter G from volume 3 of monograph [1/5] (briefly summarized also in subsection C1. of that monograph [1/5]). Only that, according to the "Cyclic Principle", their propulsors will be able to generate these two additional phenomena, i.e. technically induced telekinesis, and changes in the elapse of time. For this reason these two vehicles are called the Magnocraft of the second generation, and the Magnocraft of the third generation. So together with the Magnocraft of the first generation described in item #C1. above, our civilization is going to build three generations of this vehicle, in each subsequent generationutilizing increasingly more complex attributes of magnetic fields. Let us briefly summarize now characteristics of these vehicles.

#F1.1. The Magnocraft of the first generation with the propulsion system which operates on principles of magnetic repulsion and attraction:

The Magnocraft of the first generation is already described briefly in item #C1. of this web page, as well as in subsection C1. from volume 1 of monograph [1/5]. That "Magnocraft of the first generation", called also the "Discoidal Magnocraft", or simply "Magnocraft", will be build firstly on our planet amongst all three these highly advanced flying vehicles of our future. For purposes of propelling it is going to use just only the repulsive and attractive interactions of magnetic fields. These interactions represent the equivalent of mechanical force interactions utilized in the car’s wheel, or the buoyancy of gases utilized in operation of balloons.

Describing the Magnocraft of the first generation with the use of technical terminology from subsection #B5. of monograph [1/5], this vehicle can fly in just one convention, namely in (1) the "magnetic convention".

#F1.2. The Magnocraft of the second generation with the propulsion system which operates on principles of telekinesis:

The "Magnocraft of the second generation" (telekinetic vehicle) is described in subsection LC2. from volume 10 of monograph [1/5]. After the completion of the Magnocraft of the first generation, the humanity is going to build also that Magnocraft of the second generation - sometimes called the "telekinetic vehicle". The Magnocraft of the second generation was not discussed yet in this web page, so for details of it the reading of chapter LC from volume 10 of monograph [1/5] is recommended, while examples of the use of it are provided in chapter T from monograph [1/5]. In flights it will be utilizing additionally the magnetic equivalent of inertia, means the phenomenon called "telekinesis" which manifests itself in the manner as this would be done by the reversal of friction. Because the "Concept of Dipolar Gravity" states that on just such a magnetic inertia is based the so-called "Telekinetic Effect", thus the Magnocraft of the second generation will fly utilizing exactly the same principle which causes the telekinetic motion. In this way the operation of it becomes similar to other known propulsion systems, the principles of which were based on the utilization of inertia, e.g. to hovercraft or to the aircraft propeller.

Describing the Magnocrafts of the second generation with the use of technical terminology from subsection #B5 of monograph [1/5], these vehicles can fly in two different conventions, namely in (1) the "magnetic convention", and in (2) the "telekinetic convention". In (1) the "magnetic convention" their propulsors generate only the phenomena of magnetic attraction and repulsion. Thus in the sense of principles of operation they use for flights, they become almost identical to the Magnocrafts of the first generation (described in chapter G of [1/5]). Also all other phenomena that they then induce will be identical to these induced by Magnocrafts of the first generation. In turn in (2) the "telekinetic convention" their propulsors generate additionally the phenomenon of "technical telekinesis". Thus, then they fly in the result of the "Telekinetic Effect" action. After this convention of flight is switch on, these vehicles and their crews are getting into the state which the Concept of Dipolar Gravity calls the "state of telekinetic flickering". In this state the material objects subjected to it switch on (flicker) very fast between two forms of their existence, namely between the material form and the form of energy pattern. (More comprehensively this state is is explained in subsection LC3. from volume 10 of monograph [1/5].) It is this "state of telekinetic flickering" that allows these vehicles to become completely invisible to human sight and cameras, and also allows them to penetrate through solid objects as if these solid objects are made of an easily penetrable liquid instead of a stiff matter.

#F1.3. Magnocrafts of the third generation (i.e. time vehicles) with the propulsion system which operates on principles of introducing changes to the natural elapse of time:

"Magnocrafts of the third generation" (i.e. time vehicles) are described in chapter M from volume 11 of monograph [1/5], and also on several web pages indicated here. At the very end the Magnocrafts' development, Magnocrafts of the third generation are to be build on the Earth. These starship are also to be called the "time vehicles". These kinds of Magnocrafts also were not discussed on this web page, thus readers wishing to learn more details about them should look at their presentation contained in chapter M from volume 11of monograph [1/5], or in web pages indicated here. In turn examples of the use of these spaceship are presented in chapter T of monograph [1/5]. Magnocrafts of the third generation will utilize three attributes of magnetic fields, namely (1) forces of magnetic interactions, (2) inertia, and (3) internal energy. Because the mastery of internal energy of magnetic fields allows for the manipulation on time, the Magnocrafts of the third generation will have the ability to travel through time (in addition to travel through space).

Let us try to describe the Magnocrafts of the third generation with the use of technical terminology from subsection #B5. of monograph [1/5]. These vehicles can fly in three different conventions, namely in (1) the "magnetic convention", and (2) "telekinetic convention", and additionally also in (3) the "convention of time vehicles". So independently of the ability to fly in the magnetic and telekinetic conventions, they are also able to fly in the "convention of time travel". In this convention their propulsors generate changes in the speed of the elapse of time or phenomena of shifting someone to another point in time. For example, they will be able to shift time back, change time to any selected point in past or future, slow time down or accelerate time, etc. Time vehicles will generate a whole range of unique phenomena related to time, the most important of which are discussed in subsection M5 from volume 11 of monograph [1/5].

A more comprehensive presentation of work and capabilities of time vehicles is provided on the totaliztic web pages named Immortality and Timevehicle.

#F1.4. Identification of the generation of a Magnocraft (or a +UFO+) that one sees, from the appearance or from principles of operation of a given space vehicle:

At this point it should be emphasized, that for a person unfamiliar with appropriate theoretical foundations, the appearance of Telekinetic Vehicles and Time Vehicles will be identical to the appearance of an ordinary Magnocraft of the first generation. Therefore such a person will not be able to distinguish between these vehicles of different generations, and thus also to prepare himself or herself to a type of phenomena that he or she may face in their presence. All three generations of these vehicles will have exactly the same shapes, dimensions, range of types, and will also be constructed from materials displaying almost the same visual characteristics. For the duration of flights all these vehicles will also couple into the same flying arrangements - see Img.040/ Img.141/ Img.142/ Img.143/ Img.144/ Img.145/ Img.046 (G6) from [1/5]. Furthermore, their mutual similarity will be reinforced additionally by the fact that the Magnocraft of the second and third generation will be able to switch their operation onto the magnetic convention of flights, thus displaying the same range of phenomena that an ordinary Magnocraft does. The differences existing between them become apparent only when they switch on their most advanced convention of the flight, inducing in that way the phenomena characteristic for just the second or the third generation of magnetic propulsion systems. For an expert this difference will become also visible from some technical details (e.g. from the shape of their Oscillatory Chambers - see subsection F3. of monograph [1/5]).

Fig. #11a

Img.509 (#11a)
Fig. #11b

Img.510 (#11b)
Fig. #11c

Img.511 (#11c)

Img.509/ Img.510/ Img.511 (#11abc): Identification of the generation of Four-Propulsor Magnocraft (or four-propulsor UFO) that one sees, on the basis of the appearance of the entire vehicle or the appearance (and thus also the generation) of its magnetic propulsors.

This illustration is oriented towards allowing one to distinguish between quite similar four-propulsor vehicles of the first, second, and third generation. These vehicles most frequently takes a shape of a cubicle, on the top of which a pyramidal roof is placed. But notice that these vehicles can also be build in shapes different from cubicles, e.g. looking like rectangular huts. The mutual ratio of subsequent dimensions, e.g. the height of the entire vehicle to the height of its pyramidal roof, is defining the type of this vehicle - in this case T3. (This ratio is also illustrated in Img.153 (#7).) The span of magnetic axis of four propulsors mounted in the mid-height of four corners of this vehicle must be identical to the span of side propulsors in the equivalent type of Discoidal Magnocraft (in this case - in the type K3). Shown are:

Img.509 (#11a): #1. Four-propulsor vehicle of the first generation (magnetic) - see also Img.153 (#7).

Propulsors of this vehicle take the shape of vertically prolonged barrel or amphora, in which the ratio of height "h" to width "g" is equal to h/g=4/3 . Also this is the only four-propulsor vehicle, which has square "doors" in the floor.

Img.510 (#11b): #2. Telekinetic four-propulsor vehicle of the second generation.It can be distinguished relatively easy from similar vehicles of other generations by the "pumpkin" shape of the four propulsors. In vehicles of the second generation these propulsors take very characteristic shape of the sphere flattened vertically (or a "pumpkin") with the mutual ratio of the height "h" to width "g" equal to h/g=2/3 (see subsection F7.2.2. and part 2s from Img.026 (F11) of [1/5]). This shape results from the design conditions prevailing for spider configurations constructed from octagonal oscillatory chambers of the second generation described in subsection F7.2.2. of [1/5]. In addition to the difference in the general appearance, the vehicle of the second generation is also going to have absolutely smooth hulk, deprived of any portholes or doors. So it is NOT going to have neither a doorway shown in part (1) and in Img.153 (#7), nor the floor doors visible in Img.152 (Q1) of [1/5]. The entering of crew, passengers, and visitors on the board of vehicle of the second generation is going to be carried out in a telekinetic manner, through the material of the walls and floors. So no doors or portholes will be needed neither in walls nor in the floor.

Img.111 (#11c): #3. Four-propulsor vehicle of the third generation, called also "four-propulsor time vehicle". It also does not have doors nor portholes. The propulsors of it take the striking appearance of a vertical cylinder with the ring of 16 holes around peripherals of it, looking like a kind of "round launcher of rocket missiles" - see also Img.115 (LC1) and Img.028 (F11 - 3s) from monograph [1/5].

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