Last Sunday, we had the pleasure of interviewing Walter Bosley, popular conspiracy author, meticulous researcher, and ex-Special Agent of various government-related organizations. He is an avid investigator of historical occult mysteries, known to weave his research knowledge and past experiences into screenplays, and has himself made a couple of screen appearances, namely in the 2013 documentary, "Mirage Men", and on History Channel's "Ancient Aliens." During this interview, we predominantly focus on his book, ORIGIN: The Nineteenth Century Emergence of the 20th Century Breakaway Civilizations, which makes an extremely thorough and strong argument for the origins of flight being rather different, and definitely older, than current history books would have it. The amount of thought and research that has gone into this book is palpable through every turn of the page. According to Bosley, the power of flight had likely already been harnessed by the first half of the 19th Century, with research and construction of airships going on in California (at the Sonora Aero Club), funded and overseen primarily by a secret German (technically Prussian) organisation by the name of NJMZa (transliterated as “NYMZA”). Some of the most startling and fascinating evidence in support of these ideas is to be found in the form of a collection of diagrams/drawing by Charles A.A. Dellschau, some of which can be seen in Bosley’s book, but can also easily be viewed online, as well as occasionally found at art exhibitions. So, who really were NJMZa/NYMZA, what does it stand for, and what where did their motivations lie? How did these airships even function? Can we really trust the authenticity of the Dellschau diagrams? What is the connection between NJMZa/NYMZA, and the later Nazi Germany? As for breakaway civilisations, what are they, and where do they come into play? Also, perhaps more importantly, where did the knowledge to create airships come from? Are aliens tied into this story in anyway?