Friday, May 24, 2013

Five Star Review for EOW2

Here's what Joseph P Farrell (The Giza Death Star Trilogy, Reich of the Black Sun, Roswell and the Reich, Babylon's Banksters, Covert Wars & Breakaway Civilizations) says about Empire of the Wheel 2: Friends From Sonora:

"This book by Walter Bosley really intrigued me when I first learned of the subject: Walter is a friend of mine, and a colleague in this strange world of "alternative reasearch," so when Mr. Bosley shared with me in a series of emails some of the connections he was beginning to make, specifically with regard to (1) occult workings in some turn-of-the-century murders in southern California, (2) the great airship mystery of the 1850s - 1890s, (3) an unsolved conundrum that researchers of the airship mystery have been trying to solve for quite some time (specifically, the meaning of the mysterious NYMZA secret society written of by Charles Dellschau in connection with the airship mystery), and finally (4) the mystery of Etta Place, Butch Cassidy, and the Sundance kid and what the heck they were doing in Latin America (not to mention how they got there in the first place)...

"...well, I listened and read Mr. Bosley's emails with baited breath, but when I read this HIGHLY intriguing book (in one rather breathless sitting propped up in bed, I might add), I was truly dumbfounded. Mr. Bosley readily admits that this book is speculation, but I've rarely read a book of such speculation that makes profound sense, and leaves one with that deep intuitive sense that he is on to something big, and may have solved some very significant lingering mysteries (such as the possible meaning of NYMZA and its rather large significance). This is an intriguing volume, and in spite of Mr. Bosley's caveats that it should be read with its predecessor volume, Empire of the Wheel(and it should), it nonetheless draws the reader inexorably into a mystery and deep connections such that only a seasoned investigator like Bosley can uncover. So this volume can stand on its own for anyone seeking to understand the incongruities surrounding the airship mystery, Butch and Sundance, and Etta place.

I enjoyed it."

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