Titanic


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TITANIC  -  SATANIC 

THESE MEN WERE SATANISTS!

This was the song the Titanic band played as the ship sank after it blew up in the middle, then broke in two - the stern being pushed back 1/3 mile from the powerful explosion.  So who blew up the ship?  Where was JP Morgan?  Did he pay an explosives expert to do it? 

Nearer My God To Thee
Lyrics provided on this video

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Similar to Bush for September 11 - and Obama covered for him because he is a satanic transgender also - my opinion. Decide for yourself.  I will resume this later...No pictures are added

Correction, I added some to make a point I discovered.

    9/12/2018  - I notice some text is missing here now...it wasn't me! ...😣

to give anyone a chance to copy for their own records and make it better.  I will add the rest of my hand-written notes and add pictures after a few days, maybe a week even.  8/26/2018

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Same mustache-type reflects a secret fashion trend 

Twin Towers - Twin Ships!

Both had last-minute repairs
They "modified" the elevator shafts in WTC bldgs - obviously to line the elevators with the military-grade thermate explosives - obviously stolen from the government by John Bolton, 
Undersecretary Of Firearms And Weaponry! 

They modified the Titanic at Boiler Room Six - which is where the Titanic not only split in two, but that half went flying - 1/3 mile away form the other half of the ship, which had stopped traveling in the water
They decreased the power, so no time for a boiler room to blow up! 
The Satanic propagandists much later claimed the power should have increased to vear from the iceberg

I believe Queen Elizabeth made determinations based on her expertise on engines - and Rothschilds wanted to destroy the Monarchy to hide their crimes

The Captain's log indicated he ordered them to decrease power

What may have been a mistake in navigation, turned out to be evidence that JP Morgan and his shill Bruce Ismay  had plotted to blow up the Titanic to make it sink

Just like the Twin Towers
The Twin Ships were intended to collect on insurance - and they probably looted all the safes, etc. - enjoying millions of dollars more! 

MODUS OPERANDI! 




See the similarity in images of them??? 
Particularly the mustache
Satanic Cult, wouldn't you say? 













Notes  on the
Titanic
My Theory
Decide For Yourself

Bruce Ismay tried to sink the Olympic – to loot as many rich people as he could and also collect on insurance.  That failed.  It was heavily damaged.  Cpt Smith was the Captain.  Maybe JP Morgan was on that ship also when it had the wreck.  He was supposed to be on board but reports indicated he was not on the passenger list.
         1914:  JP Morgan built a bank in Chicago, “The House Of Morgan” – this bank’s HQ was the most important American address in finance.  Sep 16, 1920:  a “terrorist bomb” – exploded in front of the bank, injuring 400, killing 38.  Most likely Morgan either wanted to kill certain people or he created a another false flag event - as he dud did wTitanic -  for popularity, sympathy.
        JP Morgan Chase closes Vatican bank account  March 2012
        Search:  JP Morgan and The Vatican Bank, OMG
Cpt Smith was hired to navigate the Titanic.  Historians claimed it was because of his charisma.  I don’t know why the historians didn’t look into the circumstances more – or maybe they were too afraid to use freedom of speech. 
The other ship recently built and owned by JP Morgan, The Olympic, was navigated by Smith. I believe he tried to help sink it.  

Once Titanic was designed, MAYBE a fake scheme to make sure the ship would sink was devised – because they said the Olympic was damaged due to weak rivets.  So, in Jan 1912, they created a steel belt with more rivets (they weighed 1 ½ pounds each), to secure that section only – Boiler Room 6.  Boilers 1-5 were clustered together except for No 6 on the ocean floor. I BET SOMEONE PUT EXPLOSIVES IN THAT SECTION WHEN THE REAL WORKERS WERE NOT AROUND.  ONE OF THEM WAS INTERVIEWED AND HE ASSURED THE MEDIA THAT WHAT THEY DID WAS JUST TO REINFORCE THAT AREA.  AND THE EXPEDITIONS CONCLUDE THAT SECTION WAS INDEED STRONGER - YET THE EXPLOSION OBVIOUSLY OCCURRED RIGHT THERE - THAT IS WHERE THE SHIP SPLIT IN TWO.  
There was a hole caused from something yet the historians fail to indicate the hole was result of impact.  In fact, it is very likely that Lt who had no help from Cpt Smith (who probably refused to go up there when he sent someone to wake him) was even able to navigate around it despite the fact he made it harder for himself by backing up the ship when, since Cpt Smith probably ordered, the ship’s power was at its maximum, even though he knew the icebergs were everywhere.  Was there even a blueberg as people reported? The historians want to believe it, yet there is no evidence of one and probably no message indicating it was a blue/blackberg – maybe I missed something there.  Additionally, they said the crew “missed” the last morse code message – why????  If they had hit a blueberg, there would be no ice on the deck.  Bluebergs have deep roots in the ocean yet are barely visible on the water because not much of them is above surface. 

The person.who invented Morse code had the last name of Morris.

Find out who Robert T. Morris is - and what he looks like - because he looks like "Mark Zuckerberg" and Robert T Morris hacked IBM and stole $1million from.the company = returning the money snd basically got a hand slap.for it! I figure he was a CIA shill which fits Zuckface's profile. 

       Mark Zuckerberg claims to have been born in 1984, to further cover up the fact he was Robert T Morris, my opinion.  Because the incident happened in 1989.  

 Calling the iceberg - blackberg or blueberg may be a conscience-soother since it sounds like bluebird and blackbird. 

JP Morgan was a ruthless bastard. His style was seemingly imitated by Bruce Ismay.  They even looked alike, which may have been used as a means of deception.
What nationality was JP Morgan?
What nationality was Bruce Ismay?
          I am not referring to American – I am referring to the country they or their ancestors came from. Probably both Irish.  I wonder if they were both Catholic also. 

The ship split in half because it was bombed.  The explosion occurred before it sand, determined by the expedition researchers.  The explosion caused the stern to be pushed 1/3 mile from the bow and that is where the expedition teams found it - split in half and 1/3 mile in between.  

End of My Theory
(in raw form, just like these notes)
Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4eB2-sHZ8 – History Channel.  Most current video of the Titanic – you may want to watch it last, decide for yourself

More on the Titanic
            This short video shows the Titanic sinking in a created animation. Ship broke in half

I know from previous videos that 
            1.  People testified they heard explosions when they were floating away from the ship on the rafts (9/12/2018 - corrected due to some hacking scumbag or someone accessed it through temporary possession of  my device)
            2.  Nobody testified they felt the ship hit the iceberg; they only said there was ice on the top floor of the ship (I can’t think of what the proper term for that floor is -- deck, that's it) 
            3. It seems everyone was told to evacuate BEFORE the ship blew up. Mentioning of fires is sporadic. It has been theorized some kind of “zipper effect” happened due to extensive studies by experts. And the zipper began opening at Boiler Room 6, which is where there was a maintenance job to strengthen the ship prior to leaving the port on what turned out to be its last trip.  Yet it has been determined in extensive detail that the rivets were actually made with no flaws, that they could not have “unzippered” despite the appearance of an even cut of the ship. 
            4. I wonder if the ship was destroyed by a DEW, directed energy weapon - 
As sort of an experiment - – using what well-intended Tesla invented -- for nefarious purposes, maybe. 

Titanic


Search on Bing:  Titanic Sinking 1912
The name Titanic was derived from Greek mythology and meant gigantic. Built in Belfast, Ireland, in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (as it was then known), the RMS Titanic was the second of the three Olympic-class ocean liners—the first was the RMS Olympic and the third was the HMHS Britannic.

          Surviving Passengers are interviewed.
         
          The North Atlantic was known to be a graveyard for shipwrecks
          Racetrack for glory – Bruce Ismay, an ambitious rich person wanted to take the Lion’s share of travel between Europe and America – 14,000 men worked night and day to build this ship
          William MacQuitty, “A Night To Remember” film
          250 ft high, just one oar weighed 15 tons!
          Perceived as clumsy and less maneuverable
                   Hidden flaw – the ship was hard to start and slow to turn
          Don Lynch, historian – only ship that could deliver coal at that time
          Benjamin Gugenheim from NYC, a millionaire, went on the trip with his secret mistress
          George Vanderbilt mentioned
          Recalling of conversations, even with their children
          Titan’s dimensions were frighteningly similar to Titanic’s and sunk in the same area 14 years earlier
          Bruce Ismay’s hunger for glory resulted in the death of 1,500
                   I get the impression he was not liked
          Cpt Smith already put the ship in peril – it tore through the harbor, too fast – Another ship was in a crash course with the Titanic. Edith Heisman spoke of it.  The New Yorker had a close call. Just a short time before the Olympic had crashed with another ship and Cpt Smith was in charge – why would they hire him?  The historian said that Smith had such a likable demeanor.  Reflective of charisma. 
          Sudden drop in temperature just before families when to sleep
          10 pm – Crow’s Neck lookout . Temp fell to 31 degrees; Zero with windchill factor
          They were warned of ice dead ahead via morse code
          Smith or Ismay got the ship to speed up, to beat the record of the Olympic’s record
                   Was it that important to generate publicity for Ismay?
                   Flaw:  if enough compartments were punctured, the ship would still sink
          11:37. Iceberg is seen.  Cpt fails to reverse direction properly
(that's what the film said; actually, with all boilers running, it was nearly impossible to expect him to, yet it was the only solutions he knew and he may have dodged that bullet but someone may have bombed the interior in the boiler room, No. 6, making a gaping hole so the water came in even though they closed the windows with the steel which was to make the ship unsinkable. (I wonder if they were able to close them all) 
                   Edith Haisman hardly noticed anything and slept through it. Her father went up on deck and he said it was nothing, they struck an iceberg
                   Water was rushing into the ship. People were already dead and drowning on the ship
          Jon Thompson reported the lifeboat rescue was a sham!
          12:10         Cpt Smith asks crew to send out a distress signal
          DF Bristow – a message, YAFF (You are a fool) was relayed
                   Rescue responses said they would be there in the morning
                   Much too long of a response
                   The other ship was the Californian Was shut down for the night.
                             They saw the distress rockets and the Cpt of the Californian said:
                   “IF YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND THE SIGNALS, THEN IT’S BEST TO STAY CLEAR OF THE SHIP”
                             Seems like competition was more important than humanity that day! Or someone was hacking the radio signals. Maybe that someone by the last name of Morris. 
                   During the chaos, many were separated from their loved ones
                   28 min: “By the time the life boats were put in the water, those left on board now knew for certain where the Titanic was taken them, and it wasn’t the New World”
                             “Suddently Titanic’s bow nosedived into the sea. It is believed ‘the cull had been damaged by the fire in a hidden way’ (not sure of this section) and there were only four lifeboats left. Over 1600 people on board”
                             John Maxton Graham – Oslow shot his weapon into the air to get people to obey commands
                             The stern began rising out of the water; amid the screems of terror and panic, the musicians played to make people stay calm – these musicians died
                             This film says Smith stayed with the ship and the people died with him
                                      Contradicts
                             Titanic split in half.  Terrible explosion in the boiler room. I am not sure which came first.
                             They report that Gugenheim changed his clothes, into his tuxedo, to “go out like a man” – it may be he was feeling remorse, but I was not impressed he got so much credit. He was cheating on his wife 
          Women watched their husbands die
          Molly Brown threatened to throw someone overboard for not cooperating on the lifeboat
                   Movie:  Unsinkable Molly Brown
                             I remember seeing that when I was child
                   Two boys had been kidnapped by their father and left them on the ship; the orphans of the Titanic (last name Hoffman) Father’s grave was in Halifax, Nova Scotia
                   Families were apparently struggling back then. Maybe it was just with the rich ones
Who was to blame?
          Don Lynch, historian – people didn’t realize how slow the sinking was
                   Stories of people being shot on the deck for crowd control which are most likely not true
                   Dead bodies were recovered by undertakers and embalmers
                             Some were buried at sea
                             Souvenir scavengers were stripping the boat
                                      Cpt Smith made no attempt to escape – he stayed with the ship
                                      Ismay survived – symbolic to the empty lifestyle he was living
                                                Shocking disregard for emergency procedures
                                      The British hearing was questionable
                                                Board of Trade inquiry denied the ship broke in two
                                                          You can’t put Dracula in charge of a blood bank but that is just what they did, said the historian – the Board of Trade passed the ship for inspection, for being seaworthy – if they had not acquitted – their Board would be in ruins, the British trade would have been greatly compromised, particularly with the German competition
                                                The White Star of Flames was acquitted
                                                          They would have been bankrupted if they were convicted
                                      Cpt Lord of the The California completely disregarded distress calls
                                                Cpt Lord was convicted ?  Yet they said that he was there to testify..and a historian said he would live the shame for the rest of his life, whatever that means
          Molly Brown became a legend, as the Unsinkable Molly Brown
          Souvenir hunters scarved the coast for a long time – for artifacts, etc
                   Myths, controversies, conspiracy theories.
                                      Did the Olympic really go down? 
                                                Insurance claim collected for Titanic?
The lost liner
          Final hours were confusion, chaos
                   100-sq mile of open sea
                             Out of reach for explorers
                                      Until new technology enabled the exploration
                                      The crew that went to Mt Everest were involved
                                      1985 – expedition was negative until they found a portion of the wreck.  Film  was successful. First time secrets were revealed, including it breaking in half.
The “Norteel” was created to successfully descend.  At 450 feet the entire control had emergency – the crew was facing death’s door.  Batteries failed.  They had to abandon the Norteel but it was repaired and relaunched.  And the crew made it to the ship..  Ralph White was one of the oceanphotographers or THEE oceanphotographer.  Explosion theory was disproven.  Something made the ship crack, they said.  The inside of the ship even had preserved wood.  A remarkable circumstance.  Third car passengers were forced to stay on their floor.  This was proven – an obvious condemnation to death.  Small tears of rivets that gave way was determined to cause the ship to crack and break in two.  No. 401 was Titanic’s official number and that was confirmed to be Titanic. 
What about treasures/artifacts? 
          Thousands of artifacts were found in tact – they created a project to recover them all
2-square mile area was explored
          The long-lost treasures were recovered by hydraulic arms.  Divers recovered bags of recovered materials. 
          Engine telegraphs were recovered.  The officers on the bridge put the engine room on stop but the order was slow ahead Were the crew already dead?  Is that why they did not follow the order?
          Many of the dead passengers were not known, in the lower class bunkers
          Howard Irwing, Buffalo – his belongings were on the ship yet he was not listed as a passenger on the ship. Was he a card shark to play with the rich and famous?  His love life was an open book.  Love letters. Were they reunited? It is not known.

What if? 
          The ship’s log book could be found, says Mike White, historian
          Dan Lynch, historian, would like to know what their orders were

                   This parallels with September 11 massacre – the black boxes disappeared
                   Titanic’s fate was sealed by the iceberg no matter what other associated facts can be uncovered
                             Titanic, Inc – goes on in pursuit of the truth
                             I wish I could have captured the names in the cast for this documentary


Highlights of the Titanic Wreck, including footage:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9h161-5Hnj8

Titanic – A Question of Murder – 1980s Documentary  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNYVxcjhaEQ

          This film begins with a woman summoning spirits
          Could it have been avoided?  This films says yes
                   Survivors gather in Phila, PA
                   Convention of Titanic Historical Society
           
                             Still on a Quest for Truth
9 am began a series of ice warnings
          Why were they ignored
1:42 the Baltic sent them a message about the passage of ice
1:45 pm the SS America warned
7:30 pm  and an hr before the crash from the SS California – iceberg
          Titanic response:  Shut up, I’m busy
7:45 pm The SS California messaged warning again
All they did was blame Cpt Lord of SS California for not responding to distress calls

Why not enough lifeboats?  The White Starline were the owners
          A senior executive apposed the lack of lifeboats – his views were ignored
          Cumber, Northern Ireland (shipbuilding was their biggest industry)

Sir John Andrews – recalls the Titanic
          Thomas Andrews, his father, was one of the designers – he was on the Titanic, yet he passed from the Titanic sinking

Rules were drawn up by the Board of Trade. 
1892, the City of NY was around 10,000 tons
In quick succession came the Tentonic, also 10,000 tons
1895 – the Campania  was 13,000 tons
1897 – the Kaiser Wilhelm 17,000 tons
1890 – The Oceanic 17,000 tons
1901 – The Celtic 21,000 tons
1907 – The Lusitania 31,000 tons
1912 – the Titanic 45,000 tons
     Any boat over 10,000 tons had to carry lifeboats for 1,000 people – even though Titanic was licensed to carry 3,500 people
          The Titanic only had room for 1 in 3 people in case of emergency
No boats were allowed to travel when there was ice in the waterway
          After the Titanic sinking
16 lifeboats were in the design; yet 16 more were added in the blueprints
          By Well & Dale for Harland & Wolf         It would have saved 800 more lives
Bruce Ismay retired from Whitestar and from public life after Titanic sank
          But he was probably filfthy rich, collecting insurance, like Silverstein did when the WTC bldgs. were attacked by Americans

1987, Return to the Titanic with Telly Savalas  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXaYW2JE8KI
          Paris, France
          @ 26:30 – a hole was discovered by an explosion . The rivets did not unzip the steel
The exposed decks may have contained the Titanic’s
Electrical wiring may have broken and triggered a boiler room to release gases and explode
          Mr. Diebel says the Titanic did not strike an iceberg, but there was an explosion.  A survivor of the Titanic shared the story with William Diebel’s father.  Purpose of blowing up the ship:  to collect on insurance.
          Dr. Esenhigh says the hole is out of line from the gas explosion theory and they would never have been able to blow out the plates.  There were 400-500 tons of coal.  The fire may have gotten out control The Cpt would have two problems:  fire escaping, and possibly hitting the iceberg.
          New information from Nautile, the deep diving

         

This video is much clearer than the one I had shared before. Much better streaming.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDn9ST4n1P4

          Actually, this is a different documentary – so please watch if you can
          Cpt Smith was responsible for many deaths, which leads to the conspiracy theory that this wreck was planned
          Smith survived, yet his second in command did not!  Think about that.
          Emphasis of unanswered questions

There was a trail of coal thousands of feet – leading to the stern, which is where the ship split in two – so it drifted for a long time – yet nobody came to help  I know other videos said the captain assured everyone he sent out distress rockets several times. 
          Simon Mills was one of the participants/team members
          There was very little wildlife there
          9/1 at 1:45, they began seeing remnants and came to the ship 1985 – first time it was discovered
          Russians were involved with this expedition also J
John Tindall, producer of this documentary

2 ½ hr documentary – Titanic Mystery Solved – this is most current, published 2015 or 2016  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPkAQ06yP5w

My Notes

Titanic – The Complete History
Death Of A Dream


The Legendary RMS Titanic

Jack Thayer, Titanic Survivor
David McCallum, narrator

400 miles off the grand banks of Newfoundland, lies the ship Titanic
Over 1500 died – First, Second, Third Class

People who believed the world was getting better.
Millvinia Dean’s family went 3d class – headed to Kansas
          They were going to open a business
Edith Brown Haismen, Survivor b 1898
Ruth Becker Blanchard, b 1899

Wyn Wade, Historian
Michael McCaughan, Curator of Maritime History
          Ulster Folk and Transport Museum

Walter Lord – author, “A Night To Remember”
          “Nothing had really happened since the Days of Napoleon to destroy man’s faith in  continued progress”

“Unity of Mankind” – Prince Albert 1851
          Heaven on Earth concept
          Even “outdo God”
Technology was considered the Salvation, panacea

White Star Line – Managing Director was J. Bruce Ismay
          Recent rate war ruined wealth opportunities
          Thomas Ismay turned a bankrupt shipping industry to a passenger business, dominating the Atlantic Lanes

JP Morgan bought up several shipping companies, including White Star – consolidating into a monster trust, the IMM (International Mercantile Marine)  Ismay knew that Morgan wanted a heafty return on his investment. Ismay had inherited all his money from his father.  A cold, aloof person. Overexcitable.  A risk taker.  Meticulous.  Demanding. Good businessman.

The Dream:  envisioned the three monster ships to help Morgan take over the shipping industry.  Olympic, Titanic, and Gigantic (projected name)
Lucitania and Moritania were competition – fastest travel ships

Ken Marschall, historian, author
          The White Star went out for its spaciousness

John P. Eaton and Charles A. Haas
Authors, “Titanic Triumph and Tragedy”
          Thousands of immigrants wanted to go to the “New World”, aka USA
         
Titanic was built just as much for the immigrants as the First class rich

Special Floating cranes to compensate for piers too small

Chain of events which would change history forever had been set in motion when they began to build the Titanic
          Francis John Parkison, Jr. – his father was one of the 14,000 Belfast workers to build both Olympic and Titanic.
Building a ship was a city event, says Ken Maschall, historian.  They worked all night and day –
Don Lynch, historian – emphasized same thing. They just didn’t want to leave projects unfinished.
They considered Titanic unsinkable
          Head on collision – ship would float
          All water tight doors could be closed to keep the ship afloat
                   Did they fail to close the doors? 
20 tons of taller was spread upon the waves – to prepare for oncoming Titanic

Olympic and Titanic were sister ships – very similar design

Room for more amenties
          Cigar holder in bathroom cabin
          Warm running water

More first class passengers by not having enough lifeboats but meeting the “legal” requirements
Private parlor suites – costing as much as $4,354. JP Morgan was scheduled to be on the ship

JP Morgan was on the first voyage
Owners decided to place enough lifeboats for 1,170 people
          One third the capacity  (1,138 people)
          Mr. Alexander Carlisle requested 48 lifeboats. Ismay denied. They had 20, legal requirement Then added 4 more to make it seem like they were generous.

2 April 1912, she eased out of Belfast for first voyage.  Took 4 years to build.

Liverpool, 3Apr1912.  Arrives Port Hampton, England.
Donald Hyslop, Sr. Oral Historian, First Southampton City Council
          Titanic’s arrival became a big public focus for the city – for people who arrived and departed
Brian Ticehurst, Historian – Titanic blocked everything up
Coal Strike in Southampton – every unemployed vied for a job on the ship
          Passengers from Adriatic were transferred to Titanic, due to coal shortage from the union strike
          Wyn Wade, historian says further some were warried to go on a new ship
          Titanic needed 650 tons of coal
Millivean Dean, Survivor, b 1912

Ruth Becker Blanchard
My mother was not happy to go on the ship because it was the first trip

Eva Hart, b 1905 – “my mother was suspicious; “flying the face of God” were her words”

Some of passengers stayed at Southampton’s South Western Hotel
          Millionaire tycoon from NYC (with his mistress) – Benjamin Gugenheim
          Bruce Ismay
          Mr. and Mrs. Thayer, rail tycoon/Pennsylvania
          Sir Cosmo and Lady Duff Gordon – rail tycoon
          Mr. Charles Hayes and his wife
          Scottland’s Countess of Roths
          Presidential Advisor, Archibald Buck
          George Widner, heir to the largest corp in PA
          Mr. and Mrs. George Strouse, co-owners of Macy’s in NYC
          Over 300 luminaries who paid hundreds to thousands
          Millionaire special totaled $500M – so this video says = WTF
                             It was probably $500,000

Don Lynch, Historian

School Teacher, Lawrence Beasley (passenger)

Many of the crew hired at the last moment were not sure of duties and responsibilities
2d Officer Charles Lightower was inexperienced

Cpt Smith completed several trips on Olympic

This was supposed to be his last trip
          I bet someone shot and killed him so he could not get off. Maybe Ismay himself did it to evade from paying him for conspiring to cause the ship to sink – and also “loose lips sink ships” concept

Lawrence Beasley’s notes were read on the video
Crowds waved and cheered as it left the shore
          New Yorker was being pulled by the Titanic – almost collided
Ken Marschall, historian
Cpt Smith gave last minute tugs
          Survivor said her mother said it was a bad omen
4/10 – arrival in Sherberg, France
4/11 – arrived in Port of Queenstown, Ireland
          Last photo record on ship was taken by a priest

Stories of immigrants @38:15 who boarded the ship

Titanic’s 3d class passengers and crew were singing on 4/12
For the first time ever, a ship had pools on board

Ruth Blanchard – her brother was 2 yrs old
Palm Room – The Titanic’s band played
          So many beautiful women on the ship

Eva Hart said her mother had a premonition and would sleep during the day but I think she shared keeping watch over their possessions and children with her spouse

Icerberg warning started coming

Edward S. Kamuda, Founder and President of Titanic Historical Society says it was the duties of the officers to get the messages across

Cpt Smith “was suspicious of the warnings” since it was unusual despite the fact the weather was extremely warm for that time of year

Titanic had no chance to beat the other passenger ship

Bruce Ismay made sure he had a conversation in front of passengers claiming they were going fast to beat the other ships and would get into NY on Tuesday, despite the fact the passengers had no hotel plans for that night and it would cost them more money

Historian only claims it was only important to Ismay to get their ahead of other ships

Walter Lord says Ismay went full speed ahead where the icebergs were
Another historian said more boiler rooms were ordered to load coal to give the ship more power

Sun, April 14 – beautiful sunset.  Church service, they sing “For those in peril on the sea” – they had the best meal ever that evening.

Iceberg notices – go unnoticed
Masaba, passenger ship – says ice were in a rectangle – but the bridge never got the message

Cpt Smith said if he spots an iceberg, they would deal with it

These historians must have written the Wizzard of Oz!  They keep excusing Cpt Smith!

Stories of what the passengers were doing shared…mentioned binoculars…(yet binoculars were supposed to be inaccessible because an employee missed the ship’s departure and had the keys

ICEBERG IN FRONT OF THE SHIP
Historian says this was not just a typical iceberg, it was a blue or black iceberg.  Slowly turned turtling the water and virtually invisible.

Hard to Starborn – order given by Murdock. Reverse engines, slow down!  (Most likely Cpt Smith TOLD him to do that if they approach an iceberg! – all planned!)

Iceberg seemed to have been dodged, yet a grinding noise below was herd
          Murdock orders the doors to be shut
          George Behe, V President of Titanic Society says leading fireman Fred Barrett – seawater came flooding in – he closed that flood door in that area.  The 2d Lt Also made a brief inspection and it was later that Cpt Smith found out that
Iceberg ruptured the hull over all six compartments
          Did Cpt Smith do this?  He was not on duty. 
Dot Kendle, Titanic Survivor
Edith Brown Haiman, Survivor
Lawrence Beasley only noticed a change in motion
          Jumped out of bed.  A steward said not to worry about it

Ken Marschall – “Hey did you hear? We dropped a propeller blade”…

People were becoming more aware. 3d Class were being flooded

Daniel Buckley was ordered to get back in bed, “You’re not in Ireland now!”

Don Lynch, historian: shares loss of possessions “all they had” by 3d class

Waiting for official explanation

General feeling was not much was done to the ship

Swimming pool and Turkish baths were flooding. Mail room was flooded.

All passengers with life belts were ordered on deck

No sirens, no PA systems

Third class was chaotic because many did not speak English

Water was coming up three steps of the stairs – Daniel Buckley

We didn’t take time to get life belts

Women dressed and undressed – scared

Michelle A – was under guise of Michael Hoffman
         
More stories were shared

Distress codes sent out – passengers remained blindly confident
More passenger stories at 1:10:03
They thought all water-tight doors were closed
          The hole was open, says historian – who fails to indicate how the hole got there!
Notes stopped at 1 hr 12 min

         
To be continued……

I have to stop for the night, this has been exhausting to review – it is so obvious this was indeed a mass murder event – and September 11 was a copycat crime!  They made April 15 to be the day taxes were due as a satanic curse or something to sooth their evil consciences! Anyone looking up the history of why April 15 was set will most likely see the connection!

God bless.  I will be back – I have a lot of hand-written notes to type for comparison. 

8/27/2018
There is a slight delay in typing my notes.  My get up and go has got up and went.

8/28/2018
I have a lot more notes!  I should have them posted by noon today

Sorry - so much for being complete by noon.  I had some setbacks.



Video:  Titanic Words of The Titanic
They had an elevator
Floating town
Turkish bath
So happy and peacefull
Lounges
Small Chairs
Gray skies replaced sunshine
          But it was all so calm
Over sea and glass
Furnished room, armchairs
The ship was steaming at 20 knots
Sudden vibrating jar
Titanic slowed and stopped after vibrating jar
Now I was nervous about the icy air
It’s mighty cold
Vibrating jar
People shaking
No sound of a crash
Huge Iceberg seen by chess players – out the window
          Yet clearly the ship was known to have hit blueberg/blackberg which is ice that cannot be seen
          The Lt Lightower must have successfully dodged the visible iceberg and it pissed of Cpt Smith and he probably got his and Bruce Ismay’s people to blow a hole in  the side of the ship, below the watertight doors, so it sabatoged the unsinkable concept.
“We can keep the water out for a while”, was claimed to have been overheard yet they said staff were telling them things were okay

At midnight the Titanic stopped
          Another video claims it was stopped at 11:39 but it ran into the iceberg at 11:40
          Official expeditions have proven that the “Titanic never stopped”
                             Ironically or deliberately, “Rev” Al Sharpton emphasized at Michael Jackson’s funeral that “he never stopped” – could be characteristic to the Satanic killing Michael Jackson was subjected to
                             Al Sharpton contributes to the distrust Christians have with Christian churches. Maybe he contributed to the murder of Rev Martin Luther King, Jr.

13:43                   The 4th officer opened my door and said, “It’s an iceberg”. I said, “I know”. He said,  “the water is up to f-deck (not sure of the word here)  in the mailroom”

14:44                   We saw a game of cards going on. One of them had seen an iceberg towering above the decks.
          Yet the ship was supposed to have crashed in a bluberg/blackberg which is invisible to the eye
          The ship had already stopped.

15:06                   My general impression was they had just scraped the iceberg on the side and stopped for precaution
15:32                   It was very bright overhead and there was a tremendous number of stars and there was also a slight mist on the water.  I did not stay on the top deck long, as I did not regard things as serious.  We all though she was unsinkable. 

15:48                   12:05 am – first distress call struck iceberg

16:26         Second Steward came in and said every man come on deck at once. Put on heavy clothing and life belts.

17:00                   “You know the ship is sinking” …Titanic could not be sinking – she was so perfect, so new.  Yet now she was so still, so inaniment.

17:10                   I read for ten minutes when I heard a large shout from above: “All Passengers on deck with life belts on”  - shepherded by the crew, the passengers came streaming up on deck. The rule, woman and children first, was to be strictly enforced.

18:07                   My God! Don’t you realize the ship will sink – that you have to go on deck as quickly as possible!

18:49                   We listened to a beautiful concert

19:14                   How different are those staircases now

19:25                   There was no panic.  No crying in fear. No running to and fro to discover what was the matter.  All the time, people were pouring up from the stairs adding to the crowd.

19:42                   Titanic Captain Smith says, Ask the passengers – we are putting them in small boats

19:48                   He says calm and clear – our distance from Titanic – 505 miles

                   Out of Titanic – 2,200 passengers – the ship’s lifeboats only had room for 1,000 – women and children were loaded first.

20:28                   There was not one woman who shed a tear or gave a shout of distress…There was not a man who --- the ship who attempted to escape with the women - - not a member of a crew (that wanted to leave their duty)
                    My proud Anglo Saxon race made me have a sense of control at this hour of trial

21:03                   We went onto the boat deck where we were already getting into life boats.  My father helped us into a lifeboat and then turned away – that was the last I ever saw of him. I saw him standing there with his back toward us.

22:27                   That cold, green water, coldly making its way up the staircase was a sight that --- indelibly of my memory….
                             No mention of seeing people drowning on the ship!

22:40                   Titanic’s passengers still had no idea what lay ahead for them
                             WTF!

                   But her crew now knew her ship was doomed.

22:54                   Two hours after Titanic hit the iceberg, it was clear that the ship would soon sink
                   The freaking boat split in two at that time!

23:04                   In the rough, the remaining lifeboats often left half full
Our lifeboat, with 36 in it, began lowering into the sea. This was about the greatest confusion.  Rough seaman or getting different orders – as only one side of the rope worked was in time such a position that it served, it would capsize in midair.

24:35                   I went to fill up boat 13, got about 35 women and children into it.  We shouted for more women but there were none forthcoming. We had a few first class male passengers in.  An officer ordered two of us to get in and help row the boat. And I happen to be one of the fortunate ones ordered in.

24:48                   I reached out to receive somebody’s forgotten baby in my arms.

25:14                   The call for ladies was repeated again, but apparently there were none to be found

25:25                   “Any ladies on your deck?” No, I replied.  And he said, “then you better jump”

          Lawrence Beasley was one of the few male passengers who made it in the boats

26:00                   Imagine a ship nearly 1/6 mile long, with hundreds of portholes brilliant with light and all around her little boats filled – a few hours before had --- her deck – listened to the music of the band.
                   This dialogue humanized the boats, which is creepy

28:20                   - as she was sinking..

26:54                   There were only 5 decks now, then I counted again. Only 4 now. The sea level and river of lights should never have met.  Now they met at the black hull of the ship. There was nothing else to indicate she was injured. Nothing.

27:07                   But the apparent – of that simple geometrical law.
                   1500 people remained on board with no hope for escape
                   The dialogue proceeds to describe the full ship sinking, which we know was a lie. 

28:12                   - worked its way to the stern as the sight of the bow worked its way down.
                   Impossible!  The ship was broken in tow and ½ mile or more separate from each other!

28:40                   --driving instinct of self preservation…
                   Yet they claimed women did not want to get on lifeboats – obviously to stay together with their families, if this was true
                   This film is SOCIAL ENGINEERING

30:21                   She tilted slightly up and there remained – slightly flickered all night
                   Lights went on suddenly, came on for a single flash, then went out altogether
                   Thundering roar of underwater explosions
                   Cries of many passengers in the water
Charles Lightower felt warm water pulling him back up…
Archibald Gracey was being pulled underwater

34:13                   I raised my head above the water – no Titanic in sight
                   Names of historians were not legible in this video
                   7+ hours in the lifeboats before they were rescued

35:40                   We saw two large sailor ships near the horizon.  They stood as icebergs peaked in a way to suggest they were a ship

                   Carpathia – now began picking up bodies and rescued lifeboats – over 200 passengers of the Titanic had been saved

40:36         Archibald Gracey found an upturned lifeboat, half-sunken hull – to stand on, which was floating upside down.  And he was helped onto it.  Charles Lightower also was on this hull piece – the Carpathian rescued them
41:16                   711 saved out of 2,201 on board – 1,500 of their own ranks and classes had gone to their last count. I was the only survivor of 50 engineers who went down with her.
                   He was supposed to be the ONLY engineer according to this or another film, and I think there is a play on words.  I am referring to the engineer who was involved with the design of the ship.They don’t provide a last name here, so it is confusing. 
 
41:50                   After 2 days, Carpathia reached NYC

42:11                   Carpathia drew slow to her station in the QAnon pier
                   They found only the 1500 who died
                             FALSE statement because certain rich people and Cpt Smith’s body were not found
                   Charles Lightower was passed over for a promotion.  He died in 1952.
                   Elizabeth Shoots remained unmarried and died in 1949
                   Lawrence Beasely went back to work as a school teacher. Died 1967


49:50                   Archibald Gracey reunited with his wife, yet 8 months later died – 1953 ( CIA was established; most likely he was murdered by CIA to keep him quiet about what really happened)


I did not take notes of the remaining film -----------posted 8/28/2018----------

I have more notes 

Titanic sinks in real time 2hrs 40 minutes  https://youtu.be/rs9w5bgtJCB


11:39                   all Engines Stop
11:40                   Titanic strikes iceberg
11:40                   watertight doors are closed
11:56                   All engines were ordered to stop.  This was the last her engines would function.
11:59                   Boiler pressure and excess steam is vented to prevent boilers from exploding in contact with the cold incoming sea.
12:00                   Now it’s past midnight, Monday, April 15, 1912
12:06                   The First Class Lounge is opened for passengers and is designated the assembly point for the start of the evacuation
12:16                   The orchestra has begun playing in the lounge
12:17                   Titanic begins taking on a starboard list
12:22                   Thomas Andrews, the ship’s designer
                                      aka engineer, I presume
                   who is on board, confirms the damage is too much for Titanic to survive. He estimates 1=2 hours before it sinks
12:25                   First distress calls are sent out from Titanic.  CQD is the regulation call sent in the beginning
12:27                   Lights of another ship are spotted on the horizon off the bow.  This ship is close enough to help if Titanic can get its attention
12:30                   The SS Mount Temple receives Titanic’s position
12:32                   Most lifeboats are swung out to prepare for loading
12:35                   Fourth Officer Boxhall recalculates Titanic’s position based on the stars.  New position is delivered to the wireless room.
12:40                   Lifeboat 7 is the first to be launched from the ship.  With a capacity for 65, there are 28 on board.
12:42                   The SS Frankfurt responds to the distress calls
12:44                   Lifeboat 5 is the second lifeboat launched. It has 36 on board
12:45                   The Telegraph operators begin using SOS
12:45                   Att Watertight doors are opened to give access for the pump crew
12:46                   Lifeboat 5 encounters lowering difficulties with one side slipping
12:47                   Officer Boxhall launches the first distress rocket in an attempt to signal the ship on the horizon.
12:47                   A crew of stokers rush up the grand staircase, scaring passengers
12:48                   Two quartermasters on the poop deck telephone the bridge to notify   them of rockets and lifeboats in the water.  These quartermasters were not previously aware of the situation.
12:49                   The Carpathia confirms that it is on its way.  It is 58 miles, or 4 hrs away, from Titanic’s position.
12:50                   Lifeboat 9 is lowered to a A Deck by Chief Officer Wilde.  The other aft starboat - starboard boats will soon follow.
12:51                   Second Officer Lightoller (sounds like Lighttower in other films) officially adopts the “woman and children policy”
12:52                   The Starboard list is eliminated as Boiler Room 5 floods
12:53                   The Strauss couple famously refuses to part eachother at Lifeboat and Mrs. Strauss insists that her maid take her place
1:00            Lifeboat leaves with 27 people on board – over the course of the night, it rows over 2 miles away (most likely, not picked up by Carpathia)
1:14            Lifeboat 6 stops lowering after it realized that there aren’t enough sailors on board.  First Class passenger Arthur Peuchem volunteers to go, as he is a yachtman.  This is the only adult male passenger allowed into a boat by Officer Lightloller.
1:15            Water is up to Titanic’s name plate
1:20            The majority of the engineering and stoker staff is ordered to evacuate
1:20            Lifeboat 16 is launched with 53 people on board
1:22            Boiler Room 4 is forced to be abandoned
1:23            Titanic lists increasingly to port
1:25            Lifeboat 14 is launched with 40 people on board
1:26            Fifth Officer Lowe fires his pistol to scare off a mob of threatening men to jump into Lifeboat 14, as it passes the A Deck promenade
1:27            RMS Baltic confirms it’s coming
1:28            SS Frankfurt confirms they are coming
1:29            Revolvers are issued to Titanic’s officers
1:30            Lifboat 12 is launched with 42 people on board
1:31            Second officer Lightoller (in previous films pronounced “light tower”) orders men out of lifeboat 2 at gunpoint
1:30            Lifeboat 9 is launched with 40 people
1:32            RMS VA confirms they are coming
1:35            Water begins discharging through the condensers
1:37            Lifeboat 11 is launched with 50 people on board
1:40            Lifeboat 13 is launched with 50 people on board
1:41           Lifeboat 11 is nearly swamped by the bilge discharge
1:41            Lifeboat 13 is launched with 55 people
1:43            The Orchestra briefly disbands to retrieve their lifebelts
1:44            Lifeboat 13 is abruptly pushed aft by the force of the bilge discharge, jamming it on the falls
1:44            Lifeboat 15 is launched with 68 people
1:45            Come as quickly as possible, old man. Engine room flooded up to the boilers – the last legible message from the Titanic
1:45            Lifeboat 13 cannot release itself as lifeboat 15  
1:45            Lifeboat 14 is released and pulls out from under Lifeboat 15 as 15 lands in the water
1:46            Lifeboat 2 is launched with 17 people on board
1:46            First class passenger Benjamin Guggenheim and his manserver emerge from their cabins dressed in tuxedos. He gives his final words, “We have dressed in our best and are prepared to go down, Gentlemen”
1:47            The SS Frankfurt expresses confusion about the situation, and may not be coming after all.
1:48            The lights on the horizon disappear
1:49            The RMS Olympic, Titanic’s sister ship, confirms that they are coming – she is around 500 miles away
1:49            The orchestra reassembles on the boat deck outside the Grand Staircase
1:50            Titanic’s power decreases Olympic and the Mount Temple are out of range of the telegraph
1:50            Lifeboat 4 is launched with 30 people on board
1:51            Lifeboat 10 is launched with 57 people on board
1:52            Titanic’s power decreases – the SS Ypiranga is out of range of the telegraph
1:54            Lifeboat 4 rows for the open gangway door, but cannot find it as it is already underwater
1:55            Titanic’s power decreases – the Carpatia is now out of range of the telegraph
1:56            Cpt Smith gives the two telegraph operators permission to abandon their post and save themselves. They chose to stay longer, despite transmissions failing.
1:57            Lightoller fires his gun into the air to keep passengers from swarming collapsible boat D, now being loaded
1:59            Thomas Andrews, Cpt Smith, and Chief Officer Wilde make a desperate attempt using the Cpt’s megaphone to call back the half-full lifeboats to the strip to pick up more passengers
1:59            Bruce Ismay , the owner of the Titanic, who had been desperately encouraging passengers to escape the whole night, is ordered into Collapsable Boat C by First Officer Murdoch
2:00            It is now 2 a.m. Titanic has 20 minutes left
2:00            Collapsable Boat C is launched with 43 people on board. It scrapes the side of the ship the whole way down
2:02            The crew begin working on the final two collapsible boats on the roof of the Officer’s Quarters
2:03            Titanic’s power decreases. The telegraph no longer functions.
2:05            Collapsable D is launched with 20 people on board. This is the last boat to be launched by the davits.
2:07            Smith, Andrews, and Wilde abandon their hope to call lifeboats back to the Titanic
2:08            Last messages are heard from the Titanic. They are unintelligible.
2:09            Collapsible A is slid off the roof on ramps made of lifeboat oars.
                   The Wireless Room is abandoned.
2:10            Collapsible A is loaded on the deck before it is even ready to launch
                   Gunshots are heard from the First Officer Murdoch’s position
2:11            Collapsible B is thrown from the roof of he Officer’s Quarters. It lands upside down in the water on top of Junior Telegraphist Harold Bride.
2:12            Survivors distinctly hear four explosions from deep within the ship as her plunge begins
2:20            Titanic is gone. Rescue does not arrive for another hour and 40 minutes

I typed exactly what was on the screen for this video - fyi 
Note, the above notes are not in sink with facts 
I will try to mark up problems  in red when I am able  

Good night!  

9/11/2018 - a solemn day, indeed!  See what the Corbett Report shared on YouTube

Meantime, I want to share this comment based on the notes I am not taking about Who is really controlling all this mess in our society.  Source;  www.appleofmyeyes.org/2018/08/aplanetruth.html

I need to add this out of order because it is significant to my blog post on the Titanic:

The Jesuit photographer FrancisBrown was on the Titanic and managed to get off before it sank.  The Titanic was switched with its damaged Twin Sister ship the Olympia which was intentionally sunk as insurance fraud.  

Now, I understand this theory is a strong one and indeed insurance fraud existed.  Yet the expeditions also knew this theory existed and claimed it was not the Olympia but the Titanic and they had manufacturing proof.  If the Titanic continued to exist, what came of it?  It really can't be hid in a closet - it was even much bigger than the Olympia.  They packed the Titanic with passengers.  


You decide.  

The only ship I personally know of that was huge and used with great popularity, was the Queen Elizabeth II.  So I compared pictures - not because I suspect Queen Elizabeth II - for I adore Queen Elizabeth II!  But could they have switched it - her father had an untimely death in 1952.

QUEEN ELIZABETH WAS A NEWLY-WED AND ONLY 25 WHEN SHE WAS CROWNED.  YET SHE HAD A GREAT DEAL OF EXPERIENCE ALREADY, HAVING SERVED IN WW2.  SHE KNEW HOW TO TAKE APART A VEHICLE AND PUT IT BACK TOGETHER AGAIN.

BECAUSE OF THIS, IT MAY HAVE CROSSED HER MIND THAT THIS SHIP MAY BE THE TITANIC.  EXPEDITIONS BEGAN IN THE MID-80'S.


The ship was apparently launched in 1958. Could she have discovered that this adored ship was the Titanic and she lost interest in it yet did not want to inform the public due to security risks?

Yet now I discover this online:  The Queen Elizabeth 2, often referred to simply as QE2, is a floating hotel and retired ocean liner built for the Cunard Line which was operated by Cunard as both a transatlantic liner and a cruise ship from 1969 to 2008. Since 18 April 2018 she has been operating as a floating hotel in Dubai.

Why are there such conflicting years?  

Her ship was retired in the 70's or 80's.  I remember reading about it and also Queen Elizabeth spoke about it in a YouTube Video.  

The QE2 is now a Museum, so it certainly was not wasted and may be making money from visitors.  I would have loved to seen it!    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FEQRJqb6ec 




QUEEN ELIZABETH II

RMS TITANIC


RMS TITANIC



QUEEN ELIZABETH II 



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