Dimensions of Mystery was written in 1958 by the late Otis T. Carr, who passed in 1983. The language used in this collection of poems borrows from terminology used by the Rosicrucian order. A Rosicrucian himself, Carr used it to encode the secrets of constructing a fully-operational circular foil craft. Ralph Ring has stated that when the time is right, when humanity is ready, we'll figure it out. Are you ready?
Carr's US PATENT for his AMUSEMENT DEVICE. This is an amusement park ride that is anchored to the ground and not capable of flight. Those wishing to construct an operational craft should note that all bearings and wheels used in this device to facilitate rotation would not be part of an operational craft.
For any serious hobbyist interested in constructing a model that will invoke rotation and counter-rotation of the two main parts of the OTC-X1 craft, this paper is essential reading.
These drawings have been provided by a pod member. They were used by machine shops to mill the components of his model. If you decide to construct a craft, this set of dimensions is just one implementation of Carr's design. They provided a mere glimpse into the complexity involved in designing and constructing such a craft. Rest assured this is an expensive hobby.
This is piece of marketing collateral is indicative of the atomic age mind-set. Carr designed, printed, and used this 4-color pamphlet during his promotional creative fund-raising efforts for OTC, Enterprises. His vision and hope for the future included a large manufacturing facility for free energy or zero-point systems and electro-magnetic gravity-defying flying saucers.