The Federal Reserve: A Titanic Series of Unfortunate Events

A Titanic Series of Unfortunate Events  

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The sinking of the Titanic, a tragic maritime disaster, has intrigued people for generations. However, some theories suggest that this disaster was not a mere accident, but rather a planned event linked to the creation of the Federal Reserve and a globalist banking agenda.  

The Titanic is an amazing tale. The version we’ve been taught all our lives goes something like this:

An ocean liner left England and made a stop in Ireland filled to the gills with passengers. It somehow managed to escape all sea inspections and was without adequate lifeboats for anywhere near the passenger load.  Somehow, an experienced sea captain of 26 years who had traveled the North Atlantic Ocean-liner route several times, managed to take an extremely large ship through a well-known ice field at unsafe speeds. 

The sinking of the Titanic coincides remarkably with the establishment of the Federal Reserve. This raises suspicions that the disaster may have been part of a larger plan to create a globalist banking cabal. The timing and circumstances seem very suspicious when taking all things into account. 

The Titanic: A Series of Unfortunate Coincidences 

The widely known account of the Titanic’s maiden voyage of doom presents a narrative of an ill-fated ocean liner which embarked from England, made a stop in Ireland, and met disaster in the North Atlantic after a collision with an iceberg. However, upon closer examination, a series of peculiar circumstances come to light. The ship seemingly escaped rigorous sea inspections, lacked sufficient lifeboats for its passenger capacity, and, under the command of an experienced captain, inexplicably raced through a known ice field. These anomalies fuel suspicions that the sinking was not merely a tragic accident. 

Edward Smith, the captain of the Titanic, had been sailing the North Atlantic route for decades and was an experienced captain and experienced sailor. He was also a 33rd degree Mason. It has been reported that he was involved in the Jesuit order and had worked for JP Morgan, before Edward Smith was considered a Jesuit of the short robe. That is to say, he was one of the individuals who don’t serve the Jesuit order openly, they serve the Jesuit order privately through oath and secrecy, and he was instructed to sink the ship. 

J.P. Morgan’s Involvement  

J.P. Morgan, a significant figure in the banking world, was involved in the financing and construction of the Titanic. This involvement, combined with the opposition to the Federal Reserve, suggests a possible link between the Titanic’s sinking and powerful banking interests. 

Morgan was actually booked on the first voyage but he canceled his trip at the very last second.  

A startling connection emerges when one juxtaposes the sinking of the Titanic with the establishment of the Federal Reserve, a pivotal institution in the modern financial system. The coincidence of timing, with the Titanic sinking in 1912 and the Federal Reserve being established in 1913, raises eyebrows.  

Futility and the Titan 

Intriguingly, a novel written by Morgan Robertson in 1898, titled “Futility,” foretold the sinking of a British ocean liner, striking an iceberg, remarkably like the Titanic’s fate. It was revised as wreck of the Titan in 1912 the same year that the Titanic sank.  

It features the exact same plot – down to the striking of an iceberg – and, get this: a year and a half after the Titanic sank, Morgan Robertson was poisoned to death! They told the entire world ahead of time what they were going to do, they were not shy about it .    

The subsequent reissue of the novel with changes further fuels speculation about the Titanic being a planned event. 

Jekyll Island: A Prelude to the Federal Reserve 

To understand the Federal Reserve‘s inception and its potential link to the Titanic, we must journey back to 1910 and a clandestine meeting on Jekyll Island. Seven influential figures, representing vast wealth, gathered in secrecy to outline the Federal Reserve’s blueprint. The significance of this meeting in shaping modern finance cannot be overstated. 

Seven men met on Jekyll Island just off the coast 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 Rothschild’s (Illuminati) Banking dynasty of Europe.”  

A critical thinker might also wonder how this non-Federal, non-Reserve, non-Bank came to be in the first place. To examine this, let’s revisit Jekyll Island. This is the place where representatives of 6% of the world’s total wealth would lay the groundwork for what we now know as the Federal Reserve. To this day, the meeting on Jekyll Island is dismissed in many circles as little more than conspiracy theory.  The first leak regarding the meeting was written by a young financial reporter, B.C. Forbes, in a 1916 edition of Leslie’s Weekly.    

An excerpt from Forbes’ article reads   

“Picture a party of the nation’s greatest bankers stealing out of New York on a private railroad car under cover of darkness, stealthily heading hundreds of miles south, embarking on a mysterious launch, sneaking onto an island deserted by all but a few servants, living there a full week under such rigid secrecy that the names of not one of them was not mentioned lest the servants learn the identity and disclose to the world this strangest, most secret expedition in the history of American finance.”  

In 1913 the creation of the Federal Reserve was publicly announced and a year later in 1914 it was up and running.    

The Tragic Demise of the FED’s Opponents 

John Jacob Astor IV, Benjamin Guggenheim, and Isa Strauss—prominent figures and vehement critics of the Federal Reserve—tragically met their end in the Titanic disaster. This common fate, alongside their staunch opposition to the emerging financial system, has fueled theories of foul play.  

The individuals, the three bankers who were in opposition to the Federal Reserve, represented a block of cash essentially that was in today’s dollars almost 13 1/2 billion, this was no small amount of money. Were their deaths orchestrated to eliminate opposition and ensure a smoother implementation of the Federal Reserve? 

Father Brown 

Another interesting crossover with people being booked on the voyage and canceling at the last second was a gentleman named Father Francis Brown.  Wealthy and powerful men from around the world were invited to take the inaugural cruise, it was seen as a moment of prestige they made a big to do about it in the papers around the western world.  

Francis Brown was the most powerful Jesuit in Ireland at the time, excuse me he answered directly to the pope’s agents, essentially in Rome. In 1986 there was a National Geographic interview titled the secrets of the Titanic.  

From that interview, the tape declares that Father Francis brown was a vacationing priest and he caught poignant snapshots of his fellow passengers with his Polaroid camera.  Most of them on a voyage to eternity, he boarded the ship on its first leave from dry dock into the ocean out of South Hampton and then rode the ship all the way over to the very last stop that the Titanic would make which was Queenstown Ireland. 

Queenstown was mostly Irish Protestants, and quite a few Irish Catholics, headed for new homes in America. It was here that Father Brown disembarked, he was on the ship essentially a day and a half to two days.  

Captain Smith is an excellent example of martyrdom, being required to go down with his ship.  An example of this false flag being instructed and carried out is Father Brown staying aboard the Titanic just long enough to brief Edward Smith on what he was to do and what his oath required of him before hopping off at the very last safe stop.  


On what day and month does the entire western world central bank system financially reset each year? The month of April, isn’t it interesting that the Titanic sank on the same day that our income taxes are due? Are of the illegal taxes that were levied upon us as a partial result of its sinking?  

The sinking of the Titanic stands as a multifaceted event that extends beyond the realm of a tragic maritime disaster. The connection between this catastrophic event and the establishment of the Federal Reserve raises legitimate questions about a potential hidden agenda.  

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Ash Teeter is a local Humboldt artist, computer technician, and student. Ash has extensive experience in commercial/residential painting and decorating. Most importantly, Ash is a proud father, husband, and freedom-loving individual.
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