1.) In a ballshaped mass with homogenous content, the center of gravity S is positioned in the mass’s geometrical center. The gravitational power spreads from this center radially with the velocity of light. à Fig. 1 2.) If this mass is driven to spin centrically, a deflection of the spreading field takes place. The deflection of the propagating gravitational field lines by the angle α occurs into the opposite direction of the mass’s surface movement, the mantle speed Ω. Thus the angle α is to measure by the quotient Ω / c. Deflections of gravitational effects by mass movement represented already “State of the Art of Knowledge” since the 18th century. à Fig. 2 3.) Two identical ballshaped masses are located on the XAxis horizontally close to each other. Both of them are mutually attracted by their gravity. The joint center of gravity S of both masses is located at the touching point of both masses. It simultaneously represents the crossing point by the X and the YAxis within the coordinate system. If both masses are counterspinning synchronously with the mantle speed Ω, the deflection angles α of the fieldlines propagating from the surface are all equal. On both sides however, exclusively one fieldline is existing, which continues orthogonally into the YAxis. This point of intersection with the YAxis represents the new center of gravity S`. The distance defines the extension of the center of gravity shift SV from S to S`. It is represented by the product of the two factors r and sin α. The deflection angle α = Ω / c is limited by a maximum of 45°. With c in the denominator, its turnout is restricted, but unequal Zero. By multidimensional counterspinning of mass rotations however, matters are to improve. For fast function measurements are a polarity switch of the DCsupply results in a change of thrust direction for 180° to the opposite. à Fig. 3 
