Best Empire of the Wheel Author Walter Bosley –

Seven Questionable And Long Forgotten Deaths In Historical San Bernardino, California, Offer Clues To A Shocking Possibility That Occult Serial Murder Went Undetected As Such For Nearly A Century Through An Esoteric Based Analysis Of The Odd Facts And Unanswered Questions Of The Case, In Order To Determine A Possible Pattern In The Mind Of A Killer, There Is Revealed An Unexpected Yet Specific Connection Between All The Known Attacks By The Legendary Zodiac Killer A Half Century Later Presented For The First Time Here With Figures Like Aleister Crowley And Harry Houdini Moving About The Periphery And Through The Middle Of The Mystery, Nothing May Have Been What It Seems, And Someone Appears To Have Wanted It That Way

10 thoughts on “Empire of the Wheel

  1. says:

    From the outset, the authors, investigator Walter Bosley and historian Richard B Spence, warn readers against the expectation of answers In Empire of the Wheel, they begin with a series of deaths in San Bernardino, some murders, one apparent suicide, back in 1915, completely forgotten today, even by residents of that once important city From there, the authors expand into Hindu and German espionage before the Great War, spiritualism and occult workings, ley lines and telluric currents in Southern California, Disneyland and carousels, the travels of English magician Aleister Crowley, and the activities of the Zodiac Killer a half century later The connections they make between these disparate subjects lead to conjectures that boggle the mind and make you question the nature of reality Whether or not these outr suggestions are true, the reader is left with the feeling that he has been afforded a brief glimpse behind the scenes of reality, a look at the hidden clockwork of the world.If you are also a fan of Bosley s fiction as am I many of the places and people will resonate with you In I Will See You in Time, he transfers many of the historical personages to a fictional milieu where he can further explore his speculations and theories, but without the limitations automatically imposed by the passage of time Any investigation of events which powers and principalities want to remain hidden is difficult, but that is especially true when the investigators are separated from events by nearly a century, when their main sources of information are police reports and diaries which may have been censored, and newspaper accounts which definitely and purposely did not tell the truth Despite all the handicaps and obstacles, Bosley and Spence penetrate deep into the dark heart of murder, espionage, occultism, and mythology made flesh Whether or not you believe all the conjectures proffered, you cannot read this book without gaining a suspicion that the world may not be exactly what you have been indoctrinated to believe.

  2. says:

    Pointlessly wide margins, but fast delivery from print on demand co., Lulu, just down the highway from me and a good company well run Love the story, the connecting of dots, and Walter is a solid writer and a blast to listen to on the net Man, and crazy intellectual on a number of topics An impressive mind and excellent storyteller This really goes too far though, re presumptions but I think the idea is just take it in as a work of origami mind gaming, just enjoy the ride.

  3. says:

    In Empire Of The Wheel An Occult Investigation Of Occult Espionage And Murder Walter Bosley Richard Spence take us on a fascinating, and yet disturbing examination of the occult happenings of 20th Century Southern California.From the get go the authors begin to paint the picture of what the environment was like, and what was taking place when each of the unfortunate victims were slain.A very detailed and extensive inspection is done of the facts, as well as various theories that might shed light into what possibly took place during those murky times The word might is used because it s up to the reader to decide whether or not these murders that s what my gut says were random , or if they had a deeper meaning an esoteric one perhaps.The authors caution against expecting answers outright, as definitive answers are one of the things that are hard to pinpoint with such an abstruse case that has facts missing and is about a century old.The book is part Unsolved Mysteries and part X Files of the esoteric type Sprinkle in the author s unique perspectives and they elucidate a picture a rather astounding one at that that is being painted of such astonishing magnitude that it would shock the average mind.As mentioned in the book, this mystery is nigh forgotten if not outright unknown by most It is quite sad, because the events that took place 100 years ago seem to have a devious connection to the latest San Bernardino event that took place in 2015, yes, 100 years ago to the date that it all took place Coincidence This investigation of this esoteric criminal casts its web across many different characters, and is absolutely so chock full of coincidences synchronicities that its mind boggling Seriously That s not an overstatement There are so many by the end of the book that to argue against some sort of coordination would stretch the incisive mind.From ritual sacrifice, to , and even British German spies coupled with an examination of the sinking of the Lusitania that might dovetail with the book s main premise, this book has as much range as it has scope And still, it has .The authors even anchor part of their analysis with an assessment of the Zodiac Killer and his machinations Keeping in mind that the Zodiac Killer was never caught, it was disturbingly eerie how poignant the correlations were between what took place in 1915, and what took place 1968.All in all, this book paints a much murkier picture of this segment of history than people would ever imagine Still, it s a much needed point of view that is needed in order to not only understand what did take place a long time ago, but for what has taken place again since then and is taking place still now.

  4. says:

    I dug it I m not too sure how much of the telluric ley line stuff I buy, but some very interesting information on a cluster of deaths in 1915 that seemed, to me, to pretty undeniably have at least some sort of connection Also has some good information on the German intelligence community of the era.

  5. says:

    Despite the terrible format of the eBook and the authors underestimation that a reader can connect dots on their own, I found myself turning the pages of this book If you have an interest in the occult, ley lines and the Zodiac killer then this a book to read Some of its threads are very plausible Others are not.

  6. says:

    Is very Intriguing read mystery, occult and espionage behind the seven murders in1915 San Bernandino,Southern,Southern California The authors follow leads and clues and makes a connection between these 1915 murders and the Zodiac murders in late 1960 s and early 1970 s.

  7. says:

    Rock bottom.