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Beamships are essentially a flying human-made machine. While they come from a variety of sources in the contact reports, they all conform to a set of principles, which causes them all to resemble a very similar disk, saucer, torus, rugby-ball etc shape.
 
  
While in space it really does not matter of their shape, size or design with the exception of certain space conditions, like for example clouds of interstellar dust (nebula) or certain [[planets]] that are surrounded by an exceptional debris field of space junk. However while within a [[planets]] atmosphere the situation is different when it comes to shape and design thereby once again reworking these design conclusions. The reasons of which comes down to 'scientific principles', dynamics, gravity and resistance etc. While the actual propulsion system itself also requires this torus shape in order to be stable and manoeuvrable, which may be thought of as a mini-particle accelerator. Also restraints occur in the actual building materials, their properties and interaction with other materials as any scientist will explain. Oxygen for example is a corrosive substance, in this way longevity becomes a factor. While on earth the longevity of the various alloys, metals and materials are delicately chosen specifically for their shortened economic life-span. So that the technology can be re-sold within a short succession. An advanced civilization is likely to develop and choose these materials so that an incessant return to this manufacturing process and research efforts can be avoided over a greater time.
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The following is a chronology of mentions of Beamships in the contact reports.  
 
 
In other words its the Natural Laws that play a decisive role in the conclusions of these flying devices design and manufacture. While these conclusions evidently are commonly seen for all advanced civilizations developing this technology, because the Natural Laws are not subject to change in the progress of evolution, which applies to the whole universe. In this way humans of other worlds will encounter the same technical obstructions and endeavours as we on this world will encounter.
 
  
Additionally when travelling at such great speeds, it becomes important to deflect various particles and materials without having them accumulate within what would be described as a strangely or illogically designed beamship. If the shape was for example a cup or dish shape with wings wrapping around it preventing the smooth flow of air across its exterior, it would begin to spin upon reaching a certain speed, because of atmospheric resistance. It would also have to be cleaned of blockages after each flight, which is not efficient, susceptible to damage and may also make the craft dangerously unstable over the shorter and longer term.
 
 
''Daniel Leech''
 
 
 
 
An audio recording of [[Beamship Sounds]] occurred 7 July, 1980, and was subsequently analysed by various audio professionals.
 
 
 
The following is a chronology of mentions of Beamships in the contact reports.
 
  
 
In [[Contact Report 001|contact 1]] its explained that the Beamships may be subject to fraudulence if they are openly shown to the public.
 
In [[Contact Report 001|contact 1]] its explained that the Beamships may be subject to fraudulence if they are openly shown to the public.
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In [[Contact Report 215|contact 215]] its explained how a Beamship from Reticulum systems crashed in the North American desert and was subsequently concealed from the public by the military.
 
In [[Contact Report 215|contact 215]] its explained how a Beamship from Reticulum systems crashed in the North American desert and was subsequently concealed from the public by the military.
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[[File:Landingtrack.jpg|thumb|Konrad Schutzbach measuring landing tracks from Rala's and Menara's ships.]]
  
 
In [[Contact Report 229|contact 229]] Its explained that [[Elia]] was flown to Srinagar/Kashmir in India by a beamship on April 7, 842 BC.
 
In [[Contact Report 229|contact 229]] Its explained that [[Elia]] was flown to Srinagar/Kashmir in India by a beamship on April 7, 842 BC.
  
 
In [[Contact Report 251|contact 251]] various styles and shapes of Beamship were discussed.
 
In [[Contact Report 251|contact 251]] various styles and shapes of Beamship were discussed.
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An audio recording of [[Beamship Sounds]] occurred 7 July, 1980, and was subsequently analysed by various audio professionals.
  
  
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According to the Plejarans this form is the most suitable for travelling through space which is not empty, by the way. There are dust particles, gases, etc.  
 
According to the Plejarans this form is the most suitable for travelling through space which is not empty, by the way. There are dust particles, gases, etc.  
 
And the disk-shaped form is very suitable to fix/install their propulsion system.<ref>http://forum.figu.org/cgi-bin/us/discus.cgi?pg=next&topic=12&page=2685</ref></blockquote>
 
And the disk-shaped form is very suitable to fix/install their propulsion system.<ref>http://forum.figu.org/cgi-bin/us/discus.cgi?pg=next&topic=12&page=2685</ref></blockquote>
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==Why are beamships photographed behind objects==
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From the FIGU Forum (Questions Answered by Billy):
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<blockquote>Why the Ets and billy always take pictures of the beamships near trees and others things?, that see as the ships where nailed to the trees and supported by a bean behind the ships.<br />
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'''ANSWER:''' Hi,<br />
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The main reason for pictures of the "beamships" being photographed near trees is to give the viewer a perspective as to the size of the ship.<ref>http://forum.figu.org/us/messages/863/5785.html#POST22996</ref></blockquote>
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==Understanding the scientific principles and the natural laws==
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A general overlay article By Daniel Leech
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Beamships are essentially a flying human-made machine. While they come from a variety of sources in the contact reports, they all conform to a set of principles, which causes them all to resemble a very similar disk, saucer, torus, rugby-ball etc shape.
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While in space it really does not matter of their shape, size or design with the exception of certain space conditions, like for example clouds of interstellar dust (nebula) or certain [[planets]] that are surrounded by an exceptional debris field of space junk. However while within a [[planets]] atmosphere the situation is different when it comes to shape and design thereby once again reworking these design conclusions. The reasons of which comes down to 'scientific principles', dynamics, gravity and resistance etc. While the actual propulsion system itself also requires this torus shape in order to be stable and manoeuvrable, which may be thought of as a mini-particle accelerator. Also restraints occur in the actual building materials, their properties and interaction with other materials as any scientist will explain. Oxygen for example is a corrosive substance, in this way longevity becomes a factor. While on earth the longevity of the various alloys, metals and materials are delicately chosen specifically for their shortened economic life-span. So that the technology can be re-sold within a short succession. An advanced civilization is likely to develop and choose these materials so that an incessant return to this manufacturing process and research efforts can be avoided over a greater time.
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In other words its the Natural Laws that play a decisive role in the conclusions of these flying devices design and manufacture. While these conclusions evidently are commonly seen for all advanced civilizations developing this technology, because the Natural Laws are not subject to change in the progress of evolution, which applies to the whole universe. In this way humans of other worlds will encounter the same technical obstructions and endeavours as we on this world will encounter.
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Additionally when travelling at such great speeds, it becomes important to deflect various particles and materials without having them accumulate within what would be described as a strangely or illogically designed beamship. If the shape was for example a cup or dish shape with wings wrapping around it preventing the smooth flow of air across its exterior, it would begin to spin upon reaching a certain speed, because of atmospheric resistance. It would also have to be cleaned of blockages after each flight, which is not efficient, susceptible to damage and may also make the craft dangerously unstable over the shorter and longer term.
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''Daniel Leech''
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==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==

Revision as of 13:38, 14 January 2014

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The following is a chronology of mentions of Beamships in the contact reports.


In contact 1 its explained that the Beamships may be subject to fraudulence if they are openly shown to the public.

In contact 4 its explained how the Beamships are hurtled into Hyperspace.

In contact 213 its explained that "a large Plejaren Beamship was stationed high in the atmosphere over Bethlehem."

In contact 215 its explained how a Beamship from Reticulum systems crashed in the North American desert and was subsequently concealed from the public by the military.

Konrad Schutzbach measuring landing tracks from Rala's and Menara's ships.

In contact 229 Its explained that Elia was flown to Srinagar/Kashmir in India by a beamship on April 7, 842 BC.

In contact 251 various styles and shapes of Beamship were discussed.


An audio recording of Beamship Sounds occurred 7 July, 1980, and was subsequently analysed by various audio professionals.


Why are beamships shaped like a frisbee?

From the FIGU Forum (Questions Answered by Billy):

I have a question regarding the beamship designs, I guess the dynamics of the flight is similar to how frisbees fly in the air, but, with an advanced propulsion systems at Plejarans' disposal, aerodynamics would be hardly relevant, especially in space travel. So, my question is, why such designs? Because I'm simply not impressed at all of the "toy-like" shapes of beamships.


ANSWER: Hi,

The beamship's form existed even before the first idea for manufacturing a frisbee was glimmering in the head of a person in the last century. According to the Plejarans this form is the most suitable for travelling through space which is not empty, by the way. There are dust particles, gases, etc.

And the disk-shaped form is very suitable to fix/install their propulsion system.[1]

Why are beamships photographed behind objects

From the FIGU Forum (Questions Answered by Billy):

Why the Ets and billy always take pictures of the beamships near trees and others things?, that see as the ships where nailed to the trees and supported by a bean behind the ships.


ANSWER: Hi,

The main reason for pictures of the "beamships" being photographed near trees is to give the viewer a perspective as to the size of the ship.[2]


Understanding the scientific principles and the natural laws

A general overlay article By Daniel Leech

Beamships are essentially a flying human-made machine. While they come from a variety of sources in the contact reports, they all conform to a set of principles, which causes them all to resemble a very similar disk, saucer, torus, rugby-ball etc shape.

While in space it really does not matter of their shape, size or design with the exception of certain space conditions, like for example clouds of interstellar dust (nebula) or certain planets that are surrounded by an exceptional debris field of space junk. However while within a planets atmosphere the situation is different when it comes to shape and design thereby once again reworking these design conclusions. The reasons of which comes down to 'scientific principles', dynamics, gravity and resistance etc. While the actual propulsion system itself also requires this torus shape in order to be stable and manoeuvrable, which may be thought of as a mini-particle accelerator. Also restraints occur in the actual building materials, their properties and interaction with other materials as any scientist will explain. Oxygen for example is a corrosive substance, in this way longevity becomes a factor. While on earth the longevity of the various alloys, metals and materials are delicately chosen specifically for their shortened economic life-span. So that the technology can be re-sold within a short succession. An advanced civilization is likely to develop and choose these materials so that an incessant return to this manufacturing process and research efforts can be avoided over a greater time.

In other words its the Natural Laws that play a decisive role in the conclusions of these flying devices design and manufacture. While these conclusions evidently are commonly seen for all advanced civilizations developing this technology, because the Natural Laws are not subject to change in the progress of evolution, which applies to the whole universe. In this way humans of other worlds will encounter the same technical obstructions and endeavours as we on this world will encounter.

Additionally when travelling at such great speeds, it becomes important to deflect various particles and materials without having them accumulate within what would be described as a strangely or illogically designed beamship. If the shape was for example a cup or dish shape with wings wrapping around it preventing the smooth flow of air across its exterior, it would begin to spin upon reaching a certain speed, because of atmospheric resistance. It would also have to be cleaned of blockages after each flight, which is not efficient, susceptible to damage and may also make the craft dangerously unstable over the shorter and longer term.

Daniel Leech


Further Reading


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