1850s and Anti Gravity Flight using a bell in the California Republic

Private technology investment and the money of bankers


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Bosley gives us a little known story about Butch Cassidy.

In the 1850s, a California flying club experimented with anti-gravity. Their generator was bell shaped.

Could somone use an anti gravity machine and fly from Texas to South America and back in one day, in 1897?

This video investigates 19th Century airship mysteries and documents the role of international bankers and American railroad magnates who interacted with a shadowy Prussian-German-based organization whose members were pursuing the development of anti gravity propulsion.

WALTER BOSLEY is an investigator of historical occult mysteries, author of pulp fiction novels and a screenwriter who has appeared on History Channel’s ‘Ancient Aliens’.

After nineteen years in national security, Bosley has traveled much of the world, both on the job and off, including trips through Mexico and South America. He has been employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is an inactive reserve officer in the US Air Force for which he served as a Special Agent of the AFOSI while on active duty, and then worked as a counterterrorism operational consultant for six years following military service.

Another enjoyable video from the archive,



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  1. This sounds like something Shrimpy would write, especially as it involves a “shadowy Prussian-German-based organization.” Could this be the insidious DVD? Only Shrimpy knows for sure.

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