You can clearly see the control console is filled with touch activated, faceted luminous crystalline control in varying colors. The ship is guided by the pilot’s telepathic will after he or she places the palms of both hands into the gold quartz crystal palm impressions.

     Take a journey and gaze into this Captain Kalem’s Scout ship control room sketch. This thirty-foot-wide disc shaped interceptor spaceship is from the Galactic Inter-dimensional Alliance of Free Worlds. When turned on, this anti-gravity powered ship radiates a thin blue light around its disc shaped haul.

Captain Kalem's Scout Ship Control Room Sketch
This Scout Class extraterrestrial, crystalline-based technology, is a anti-gravity powered disc shaped ship thirty feet in diameter. The Mazon fireball energy and beam weaponry it carries used for defensive purposes only.

     This ship is capable of travel in space between star systems, in any type of atmosphere, as well as underneath the great depths of the oceans without any deep pressure effects. It can also shift out of phase so that the ship is rendered completely invisible to all perception. This same thing occurs when it shifts out of phase to harmlessly right through the hull of it massive mother ship to land on the launch bay floor.

By: R. S. Lemriel
© TXu 62 748
© PAu 835 230
(Library of Congress)

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