The Airship Mysteries & the Origins of the Breakaway Civilization with Walter Bosley

“In the secret airship factions, you have what appears to be a conflict between those who simply want to do their own thing and those whose thing is to dictate what everyone else’s thing should be.” ~ Walter Bosley, “Breakaway Civilization vs. One World Globalization,” Empire of the Wheel II – Friends from Sonora

By Catherine Austin Fitts

Ever try to unravel the mystery of what is going on in the skies overhead? Dive in and the unanswered questions grow like wild flowers in spring time. Go back through history and the questions go exponential. It’s reminiscent of Bobby Kennedy’s words after his brother’s assassination — “I found out that my world was not the real world.”

One thing we can be sure of – flight over North America was going on well before the Wright Brothers took to the air near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina in 1903. One of the reasons is the airships mystery of 1896-7. We have more than 1,000+ newspaper and other reputable reports of sightings in communities from California as far east as Michigan. Airships land, pilots disembark, talk with the locals, get back on the airships and fly away.

Any effort to understand the airship mysteries of that period draws us into the fierce competition of public and private intelligence agencies leading up to World War I, and the age old fight for leadership and control of powerful technology, gold, land and resources. During this period, as now, California was a hot bed of covert activities in the sky and on the ground – “as above, so below.”

Walter Bosley, author of the Empire of the Wheel series on California’s Inland Empire, joins us to discuss the airship mysteries and their relation to groups in Prussia that were an integral part of the rise of the Nazis, their integration through Operation Paperclip into the US military-industrial complex after WW II, and the existence of a “breakaway civilization.”

The airships mystery is an integral part of the mystery of who controls governance and resources on planet Earth. Bosley’s experience in counterintelligence offers a unique window into these events and how they may relate to the high strangeness unfolding at the time. Murder, serial killers, Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid, John Jacob Astor, Tesla, the sinking of the Titanic and the Lusitania – it’s hard to imagine the threads that come together in this historical collision between big money and secret technology that Bosley describes in his Empire of the Wheel series.

In Let’s Go to the Movies, I recommend Walter Bosley’s presentation on these topics at the Secret Space Program 2015 conference.

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Related Reading:

Empire of the Wheel

The Walter Bosley Channel

The Airship Club That Might Never Have Existed