The two-foot wide blue-grey metallic discs are examples of various types of personal anti-gravitic transports. if you step upon the bottom disc and stand with feet four inches apart, the disc turns on glowing with pale-blue light. The outer ring rises up from the ground, molecular bonds to the upper section, and the disc hovers. Then it flies in the air where you imagine.

Personal Antigravitic Transport Sketches
These personal Antigravitic Transport discs are made of a special blue-gray metal.

     Once the device is turned on, the feet are held in place by an anti-gravity force field that allows you free movement of the legs and upper torso. The disc’s flight is guided by your imaginative in any direction through the air. You can perform acrobatic loops, amazing turns, or fly at up to two hundred miles-per-hour.

     The personal antigravitic transport are primarily used for reconnaissance or surveillance missions, and to get around in a thrilling way over shorter distances just for fun. In (Book #1) THE EMERALD DOORWAY (Three Mystic Crystals), Mayleena is knocked off a personal antigravitic transport by an almost extinct creature called a Sand Daringe. This normally gentle vegetarian creature lives in a parallel dimension of the physical universe on Earth, and it has been known to help drowning or injured individuals get to land. Its character is similar to Dolphins on Earth in this regard. Yet, it only acts in a very aggressive manner if its young are threatened, or it is startled while sleeping in its hidden lair beneath a sandy shoreline.

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R. S. Lemriel
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The Emerald Doorway Three Mystic Crystals (The Parallel Time Trilogy) (Volume 1) by R. Scott Lemriel
The Emerald Doorway (Three  Mystic Crystals) book one of        The Parallel Time Trilogy   By R. Scott Lemriel

Note: To see the Sand Daringe attack scene with Captain Kalem Starland, Mayleena, Master Ra Mu and of course the Sand Daringe click-on the link below.

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