(c) 2016 Teejay Riedl

The Palladian Mall
Image 2
The Palladian Mall is depicted as an immense underground structure, roughly-triangular in cross-section, with massive struts overhead supporting a lattice-work of cables.

The term “mall” has been derived from the linguistics of the Kelan F1 language. Culturally, however, we do not know whether the connotation of “mall” is equivalent to ours. Given the large public promenade at the surface level, the multiple levels of the structure, and other linguistic inferences, it appears as if this structure served dual functions, one of them being a place of mercantile.

Because only a cross-section is shown, we do not know whether the plan of the structure was circular, rectangular, or other. The construct is dominated by a large central vessel that appears to be a fusion reactor (again, this is supported by the relative lack of shielding, which would be required for a fission reactor.

From the reactor vessel, piping extends further underground, to a deep-subterranean unit whose function is unknown. Several divergences exist, however, between this underground topology and that of the Bellari Shield and other geothermal power systems used by the Kelans. In particular, the Bellari Shield geothermal system shows three discrete pipes emerging from the deep-underground, whereas the Palladian Mall structure shows only two. Also, the reactor vessel here shows only two “poles” or “phases”.

This leads to some interesting possibilities. Looking at the scale of the structure, and the sum of the data provided in the two images, the current theory of this structure is as follows:

Assuming the central vessel is, in fact, a power-generator of some form, and looking at the unique deep-subterranean unit, contrasted with the FFT diagram at lower right in Image 1, the assumption is that this structre was used to dampen planetary “wobble”. In such a use case, the cabling at the top of the structure represents some form of antennae, capable of detecting planetary misalignment (precession / recession) that would be a component of any planet orbiting a binary star. In such a case, energy would be “pumped” toward the core of the planet, affecting the mass-density of the regional mantle, and thus causing the rotational period [and, with sufficient energy output, the orbital trajectory!] of the planet to change. The change per-pulse would be minute, but reinforced at resonant intervals, would allow the dampening of deflections from an ellipsoidal orbit.

Note the resonance graph at lower left, identical to that of the Bellari Shield resonance matrix. The K2 text above the graph appears to chart exclusionary resonances (to be avoided during resonant pulses), and up and further to the left, the ST text maps the mathematical operating functions for the energy pulses. Our understanding of the ST text (used exclusively for mathematics by the Kelans) is very imprecise at present, but the overall concensus of the Investigation Team is that this theory rings true.




















This image shows cut-away of the central area of the Palladian Mall. Apparently, the structure is segmented by function, and the core vessel is surrounded by mechanical equipment of various function, in what seems to be a spherical isolation vessel. Spherical containment of mass would be a mandatory requirement of any such pulsed-energy mass modification system.

Note the dense finned apparatus which is aligned horizontally with each of the “poles” within the energy vessel. Overall, these devices, if radiators or heat-extraction systems, would be too-small to dissipate heat from a fission reactor, and they are not vented to the outside in any way. We thus conclude that they are magnetic amplifiers, used to boost the power output for each mass-deflection pulse.

Elevators and escalators transect the vessel, again supporting the contention that the energy generation method in use here is safe and eminently-controllable.








(c) 2016 Teejay Riedl
Image 1
Above, the antenna support arms terminate directly to the thick outside casing of the construct, versus passing through it to be affixed inside. This infers that the material used in the struts is very lightweight, and that the casing material is capable of supporting not only the weight, but the torsional moments of any wind-loading the structure may endure.

The overall concept of orbital dampening has been validated by computer modeling, although Earth science has neither the need, nor the ability to harness and control energies at the scales necessary, to enact such technology ourselves.