Walter Bosley, The AMAZING 1800s Space Ship Art of Charles Dellschau

Walter Bosley was with us to talk about his latest book is titled, "Empire of the Wheel: The Nameless Ones"

Dateline: 12.18.15: Our guest for this program is Walter Bosley and he is one of the presenters at the 2015 SSP Conference being held in Austin, Texas on October 31 and November 1. Walter’s presentation will cover the pre-1947, Kenneth Arnold sightings and Roswell Incidents and go all the way back to the 1850s.

Financial backers have been interested in over the horizon technology, probably for ever. The early days of the Industrialists were no different. But what puts meat on the bones of the stories of the 1897 Aurora, Texas Airship Sightings is an intriguing set of technical drawings and illustrations that were found in a junk shop some years ago. The drawings were created by Charles Dellschau.

To “see” what we are talking about, do a Google search for, “Found in a Junk Shop: Secrets of an Undiscovered Visionary Artist”. Click through and you’ll see what we’re talking about. If what is depicted in the illustrations was real, and aero ships were being built in the sparsely populated regions of the American west in the middle to end of the 1800s, was the technology surpassed and forgotten, or did it go dark and has been in development ever since?

This is a deep question and worthy of consideration within a longer conversation about the Secret Space Program.Scott


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Walter's latest book is titled, "Empire of the Wheel: The Nameless Ones" and is available HERE.

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