posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 08:07 AM
brief description of each diagram:
This is what the "disc-craft" would look like from the outside. There are black tinted plex-glass sections in this model, while the rest of the
surface appears like a mirror. The ship can cloak itself, however due to the convex bending of light around it, it is almost invisible while airborne
even without using the cloak.
full exploded diagram.
showing the relationship from the side of all the systems in the "disc-craft." From upper left clockwise to lower-left:
"scalar spiral sphere coils in a gyroscope" :: the propulsion system.
"control booth" :: the ship's cabin.
"crystal sphere spinning with water inside a magnet" :: the navigation system.
"sensory deprivation for hypersleep" :: the sleep-chambres or personal quarters.
"hangar bay" :: for entering and exiting the craft.
"particle accelerator" :: the braking system.
chair in cabin diagram.
shows the style of the seat in the cabin or control booth. A bench chair for stradling, foot-pads for where your legs fold up beneath you. The arms
wrap around but also swivel aside. The spine and headrest of the chair are pliable mesh to confrom.
navigation system diagram.
showing the "crystal sphere" (or geode) suspended in fluid inside a metal orb. The metal orb conducts electro-magnetic charge, and travels around
the circular (torus) tube beneath the cabin or control-booth of the "disc craft." The tube is a megnetised seloid coil, and by moving the charge in
the tube to one side or another, the magnetic orb will move to that location in the tube, and thus shift the "centre of gravity" of the disc craft.
The geode acts as a data-storage computer also, containing inside it all the maps from one location to the next of all the places the "disc craft"
has travelled to. I do not fully understand the way this computing sytstem is accessed by the ship.
propulsion system diagram.
showing the "scalar spiral coils in a gyroscope" each tachyon-thruster for the ship contains at the core of a magnetised gyroscope a single piece of
amber. The method of function for how the electrical input signal from the ship enters the gyroscope uses EM-fields projected by the selonoid
hyper-sleep chambre diagram.
The mask worn by the sleeper inside the suspension of "nano-organic amneonic fluid" inside the soft-tissue sac records and retransmits the
sleeper's dreams, sending them via the main computer into the "reflexive skin" of the sac itself. The top "doorway" is wet, translucent
braking system diagram.
The "particle accelarator" comprises the outer-most ring of the "disc craft's" hull. It is comprised of fiber-optic cables that can allow
electricity to be sped up to the speed of light. This serves as the "brakes" for the "disc craft" by determining the velocity travelled by the
exterior of the ship itself.
here we see a colour-coded above-view of the "disc craft." The "living quarters" are in green, the propulsion system in red and the brakes in
systems schematic explanations.
You'd need to read this all for yourself, but I can transcribe it on request.
navigation system schematic 1.
shows the method the "geode" computer system functions. The "geode" is depicted as the yin-yang in blue and red, rotating clockwise as it revolves
around the tube counter-clockwise, and vice-versa. This is controled by the electrical charge of the water inside the orb around the geode, and this
field surrounds the "yin-yang" symbols, showing a "N" and "S" magnetic pole for the field. The inner- and outer-rings of symbols are derived
from SL MacGregor Mathers' "Concourse of the Forces" diagram from Israel Regardie's book "the Golden Dawn," where the red and blue triangles
symbolise the 4 elements, labeled in green as "F," for "fixed," "M" for "mobile" and "C" for "cadent." The symbols outside the outer-ring
depicted in black show the alchemical symbols for salt, sulphur and mercury. These comprise the navigation system: if you want the craft to move
forward, roll the orb around to the co-ordinate on the tube in the direction you want to go.
navigation system schematic 2.
again, we see here the navigation system, but here we see it displayed not as one cirlce, but as a left side and a right side, straightened out to
form hollow vertical columns. Here we see inside the geode-orb the same "S" (south) and "N" (north) magnetic poles rotate the geode inside the orb
as the opposite pole (- for negative or + for positive) on that section of the selonoid tube enclosing the magnetic orb. Here we see the zodiac months
are added for further labels of the co-ordinates given in the last diagram from Mathers' "Concourse" model.
scalar-wave beam schematic & explanations.
again, I can transcribe the labels if requested, but this diagram shows 9 different types of energy-beams that this type of "disc craft" can emit.
Depending on the frequency and wavelengths of these scalar beams, they take on different properties and yield different effects for the ship, its
pilots and those outside and neraby it.
view of earth from cabin depiction.
just a picture from the cabin chair's point of view, showing the "heads up" display screens projected on the interior black-tinted plex-glass
surface of the cabin's dome.