Did JP Morgan Sink the Titanic To Remove Rivals & Form The Federal Reserve?

Recently a new theory about the sinking of the titanic has started circulating around the internet but in order to understand why something like an intentional sinking of the titanic may be possible, you have to look at what was going on at the time and why a few people would risk so much in order to create such a plot.

Back in 1898 a book was written called “Wreck of the Titan” which has a lot of similarities between the fictional story and what is said to have happened when the Titanic sunk in 1912.shutterstock_238070137

While Morgan Robertson, the author of the book claims that it wasn’t a stroke of clairvoyance but rather an understanding of the risk of icebergs in those seas during the month of April, it is is no less unsettling to read the similarities between the two stories.

14 years after the book was released the same issues were seen in the official story of the sinking of the titanic when the ship struck an iceberg, didn’t have enough lifeboats, and killed over 1,500 people.
Right before the RMS Titanic was set to sail, JP Morgan canceled his reservation claiming poor health. Other prominent men who were at the time opposed to the formation of the Federal Reserve did, in fact, get on the ship and unfortunately didn’t make it onto a lifeboat.

JP Morgan Plot Theory

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While nearly all of the evidence is strictly coincidental it does seem a bit bizarre when you see how many things went wrong all at once.

According to the theory circulating JP Morgan, who financed the building of the ship, ensured that it never made it to its destination.

FACT: JP Morgan funded/built the Titanic [1]
FACT: JP Morgan was booked on the voyage but canceled at the last second.
FACT: Friend of JP Morgan, Milton Hersey, also canceled at the last moment and survived to build the Hersey food empire.
FACT: There were no red flares on board to signal to any boats for rescue. Only white flares that signal a party and that everything is okay.
FACT: It was the first ship of its kind with the ability to seal decks electromagnetically which could also seal people below deck.
FACT: The Captain Edward Smith was one of the most decorated Captains of his time and would have been out of character by avoiding precautions.
FACT: The author of the book was poisoned to death a couple years after the Titanic sank.
FACT: The Federal Reserve was formed the very next year.
FACT: The Astor Family was one of the richest families in the world and John Astor III opposed the Federal Reserve.
John Jacob Astor IV, the richest man in the world at the time, a friend of Nikola Tesla, was an outspoken opponent of the creation of the Federal Reserve. Astor gained his wealth, in part, as a real estate builder, investor, and inventor. Other prominent Federal Reserve detractors, such as Benjamin Guggenheim and Isa Strauss, also died on board.”  [3]

Did JP Morgan use ideas from the book to remove his opposition?

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There are a lot of interesting similarities between the “Wreck of the Titan” and the actual sinking of the titanic such as:
  1. The titanic was 800 ft long vs the Titan which was 882 ft 9 in.
  2. The titanic traveled 21 knots vs the Titan which traveled 25 knots.
  3. Both were considered to be “unsinkable”.
  4. Both carried far fewer lifeboats than were needed for the 3000 people aboard.
  5. Both took place in April.
  6. Both were struck on the starboard side by an iceberg.
  7. Both ships sank killing a huge number of their passengers.

Understanding the Federal Reserve and Fractional Reserve System is key

Now, what would make a person take on so much risk in order to carry out such a plot? Well, when it comes down to most things it all seems to be about money. If you read other theories about the sinking of the titanic you can see that most of them have to do with insurance fraud and some even claim that the titanic hit another ship instead of an iceberg.

But if you were a wealthy businessman trying to secure the biggest deal in history who knows what crazy ideas may come your way. If you don’t know about the privatized Federal Reserve system and how our money is not controlled by our own government I suggest you take a moment to watch this video here:

After understanding the controls put in place around our money and also understanding that much of our money is made up to begin with you can see the unlimited power that can come to someone who is in control of the Federal Reserve.

What do you think about this idea? Is it so far-fetched to think that a person would try and get rid of rivals in order to secure nearly unlimited power? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

 

By: Kirsten Cowart

Kirsten is a writer who loves to practice vipassana meditation, yoga, travel, and learning about nature, consciousness, and how to make the world a better place. Her current interests involve studying and practicing flow, staying In Flow, and recognizing the natural flow of the universe.

She is also interested in ancient cultures and practices such as Druidism. Kirsten is honored to be apart of such an incredible movement of love and heart centered living in this world.

 

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One thought on “Did JP Morgan Sink the Titanic To Remove Rivals & Form The Federal Reserve?”

  1. Yes, it is too far fetched.

    The three Gentlemen had no idea about the Federal Reserve as even the plan itself came only after the election which made the year of both the proposal and passing the act 1913.

    They weren’t able to oppose something that didn’t exist yet ;)

    Now to the facts list.
    Quite a few people cancelled their voyage, but that was normal. Some took different ships, some (like J.P. Morgan) were in completely different countries at that time.
    The white flares meant the ship belongs to White Star Line. Back then ships rarely had appropriate red rockets with them. So they just fired what they had to make others aware of them. The procedures back then required (any color) rockets to be fired at one minute intervals in order to be recognized as distress signal. Due to the officers having to perform many other duties at the same time (like saving people) that intervals weren’t upheld.
    With “author of the book” I guess Morgan Robertson is meant. He died of a heart attack (at over 50 years of age) and even the very first reports mentioned an overdose not poisoning.

    In itself this is a nice idea which doesn’t hold water though :)

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