On April 10, 1912 the Titanic, largest and most luxurious ship afloat, left Southampton, England on her maiden voyage to New York City. Just before the launch hundreds had cancelled their tickets – including the owner of this prestigious vessel, J.P Morgan and many of his banker/industrialist friends.
Inexplicably fitted with insufficient lifeboats, well able to survive a frontal collision with any obstacle, carrying the colored distress flares, in calm seas with excellent visibility, the Titanic side swiped an iceberg at 11:40pm on the night of April 14 and sank. 1522 died.
This was strangely similar to the demise of a ship named ‘Titan’ foretold in the 1898 book ‘Futility’ by Morgan Robertson.
Although the novel was written before the RMS Titanic was even conceptualized, there are some uncanny similarities between both the fictional and real-life versions. Like the Titanic, the fictional ship sank in April in the North Atlantic, and there were not enough lifeboats for the passengers. There are also similarities between the size (800 ft (244 m) long for Titan versus 882 ft 9 in (269 m) long for the Titanic), speed (25 knots for Titan, 22.5 knots forTitanic) and life-saving equipment.
Beyond the name, the similarities between the Titanic and the fictional Titan include:
- Both were triple screw (propeller)
- Described as “unsinkable”
- Contrary to Urban Legend, the Titanic was never actually qualified as “unsinkable” before she sank.
- The Titan was the largest craft afloat and the greatest of the works of men (800 feet, displacing 75,000 tons, up from 45,000 in the 1898 edition), and was deemed “practically unsinkable” (as quoted in Robertson’s book).
- Shortage of lifeboats
- The Titanic carried only 16 lifeboats, plus 4 Engelhardt folding lifeboats, less than half the number required for her passenger and crew capacity of 3000.
- The Titan carried “as few as the law allowed”, 24 lifeboats, which could carry less than half of her total complement of 3000.
- Struck an iceberg
- Moving at 22½ knots, the Titanic struck an iceberg on the starboard side on the night of April 14, 1912, in the North Atlantic, 400 nautical miles (740 km; 460 mi) away from Newfoundland.
- Moving at 25 knots, The Titan also struck an iceberg on the starboard side on an April night in the North Atlantic, 400 nautical miles (740 km; 460 mi) from Newfoundland (Terranova).
- The Titanic sank, and more than half of her 2200 passengers and crew died.
- The Titan also sank, and more than half of her 2500 passengers drowned.
But lets consider some facts:
1. Notorious banker J.P Morgan, architect of the equally notorious Federal Reserve Bank and owner of the White Star Line, was scheduled to be on the Titanic’s maiden voyage, but mysteriously canceled at the last minute, “due to ill health”. Two days after the disaster Morgan was found to be in good health in the south of France. This fact alone condemns the official Titanic story.[It is interesting to speculate that if Morgan has been on board and gone down with the ship, his banking empire might never have been founded and the world may well have been a world free of the current banking based oppression]
J.P Morgan also had several very valuable Bronze statues taken off the Titanic just an hour before it set sail?? Why would he have done that?
2. So many passengers cancelled their tickets at the last minute that the press got wind of it, and the Titanic’s ‘Just Missed It’ club was born, boasting several hundred members – including many personal and professional acquaintances of J.P Morgan. Many of these wealthy industrialists would later found the Federal Reserve Bank and make a fortune from the unprecedented slaughter of the First World War.
3. Amongst those on board were many industrialists heading to America to try and stop the establishment of the Federal Reserve Bank. These powerful men opposed the competitive ventures of the Morgans, Rothschilds and the Rockerfellers. Had they lived they would have used their wealth and influence to block the Fed and oppose World War 1. Among them were Benjamin Guggenheim, Isa Strauss and Jacob Astor; all of whom went down with the Titanic.
4. There is a wealth of evidence, including forensic corroboration from the wreck, that the ship sank was in fact the Titanic’s sister ship, the ‘Olympic’. The Olympic had been previously damaged in a collision, essentially making it an insurance write-off, and had been switched with the Titanic and deliberately sunk as part of an elaborate insurance fraud.[Similar to the 9/11 Insurance fraud?]
How are the Federal Reserve and Titanic connected?
Shrouded in mystery and speculation, the sinking of the Titanic has many strange coincidences and anomalies surrounding it, the most prevalent involving the US government’s central banking system, the Federal Reserve, founded as a private establishment in 1913.
Conspiracy theorists believe that many of the proprietors of the Federal Reserve were part of an Illuminati, a group of enlightened ones behind a New World Order in charge of overseeing certain events to establish themselves in places of power.
In 1910, seven men met on Jekyll island just off the coats of Georgia to plan the Federal Reserve Bank. Nelson Aldrich and Frank Vanderclip represented the Rockefeller (Illuminati) financial empire. Henry Davidson, Charles Norton and Benjamin Strong represented J.P. Morgan (Illuminati). Paul Warburg (Illuminati) represented the Rothschilds (Illuminati) Banking dynasty of Europe. The Rothschilds were the banking agents for the Jesuits and hold ‘the key to the wealth of the Roman Catholic Church.’
The Jesuit Connection
Captain of the Titanic, Edward Smith, was a ‘Jesuit tempore co-adjutor’. Meaning that he was not a priest, but a Jesuit of the short robe. Theorists believe that J.P. Morgan was also a Jesuit and put Smith in charge of captaining the Titanic as well as being responsible for its construction. Those in belief of the theory state that Jesuits served their order via profession and that both Morgan and Smith were in on the plan. Smith had navigated the waters of the Atlantic for 26 years and was regarded as the master of the icy waters that the Titanic would traverse.
Those who support the theory believe that the Titanic tragedy was planned from the beginning. From the insufficient number of lifeboats, to the distress flares being shot off the boat being the wrong color, suggesting a party rather than distress. Theorists believe that the sacrifice of innocent and the deaths of over a thousand individuals was a planned, casualties of a war aimed at changing how the country and the world would operate. The whole world knows what happened on the night of April 14, 1912 and how the Titanic shipwreck became one of the events that changed the world.
In December of 1913, the Federal Reserve System came into being in the United States. Eight months later, the Jesuits had sufficient funding through the Federal Reserve Bank to begin World War I. Notice the Federal Reserve was established soon after the disaster of the Titanic. Those who opposed the creation of the Federal Reserve all died with the Titanic.