Have you ever thought of the connection with the Titanic and the rise of the Federal Reserve? Of course not! Guess what? Reality is stranger than fiction…
The dark history behind the Global Collateral Accounts (GCA) is vast and complex, and reaches back some 250 years.
In 1898, a man named Morgan Robertson wrote a book titled “Wreck of the Titan“- about a luxury liner deemed unsinkable, that was going too fast in the North Atlantic and hit an iceberg, killing most everyone on board due to lack of lifeboats.
14 years later, this fictional book would play out in real life, exactly- down to the name, with the wreck of the Titanic; but this time, it would have major political implications. Some of the wealthiest men in the world were on that ship and some were opposed to the newly proposed Federal Reserve and central banks.
The long-term strategy of the elite banking (Rothschild family) and royal bloodline families was simple: Gain control of the global gold supply in order to maintain power through the control of global currency and its underlying collateral.
The Jekyll Island conference held in 1910, offered a secluded location to discuss secret banking ideas and ultimately brought about the development of a private coup that eventually became known as the Federal Reserve Banking System.
In November of 1910, Senator Aldrich invited several bankers and economic scholars to attend a conference on Jekyll Island. The bankers in attendance were: Morgan, Warburg, House, Wilson, Aldrich, Vanderbilt, Rockefeller and Schiff. While meeting under the ruse of a duck-shooting excursion, these financial experts were “hunting” for a way to restructure (their) America’s banking system and eliminate (create) the possibility of future economic panics.
Remember that the period during which these discussions took place was the time of the struggle of the financial giants with bitter fights for control, which created a deep fear and suspicion among the general population with regard to Wall Street’s power and ambitions… which is still felt today.
Newspapers of that time were owned by Morgan and other rich financiers, who praised the unsinkable Titanic, saying she was of “unrivaled extent and magnificence.” They managed to attract the richest and most respected people of society to take the first trans-Atlantic journey aboard the Titanic.
All of the millionaires on the Titanic journey were opposed to the new plan to create a private central bank in the USA, because it would negatively affect their personal fortunes. This was an issue for the Rothschild-Rockefeller-Morgan cartel.
The Rothschilds’ had already introduced private, central, government-sanctioned banks in England, France, Germany, Italy and Austria, but the grand prize would be America.
John Jacob Astor IV, the richest man in the world at the time, a friend of Nikola Tesla, and an outspoken opponent of the creation of the Federal Reserve was one man aboard the Titanic that fateful night. 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.
Although the novel was written before the Olympic-class Titanic had even been designed, there are some remarkable similarities between the fictional and real-life counterparts. Like the Titanic, the fictional ship sank in April in the North Atlantic. There were also not enough lifeboats for the passengers. There are also similarities between the size (800 ft long for Titan versus 882 ft 9 in long for the Titanic), speed (25 knots for Titan, 21 knots for Titanic) and life-saving equipment.
Beyond the name, the similarities between the Titanic and the fictional Titan include:
- Both described as “unsinkable” – The Titanic was the world’s largest luxury liner (882 feet, displacing 63,000 long tons), and was once described as being practically “unsinkable”. The Titan (book version) was the largest craft afloat and the greatest of the works of men (800 feet, displacing 75,000 tons), and was also considered “unsinkable”.
- Shortage of lifeboats – The Titanic carried only 16 lifeboats, plus 4 Engelhardt folding lifeboats, less than half the number required for her passenger capacity of 3000. The Titan (book version) carried “as few as the law allowed”- 24 lifeboats- less than half needed for her 3000 capacity.
- Struck an iceberg – Moving at 22½ knots, which was much too fast, the Titanic struck an iceberg on the starboard side, on the night of April 14, 1912, in the North Atlantic, 400 miles away from Newfoundland. Also on an April night, in the North Atlantic 400 miles from Newfoundland (Terranova), the Titan hit an iceberg while traveling at 25 knots, also on the starboard side.
- The drowning of more than half of the passengers – The unsinkable Titanic sank, and more than half of her 2200 passengers died. The indestructible Titan also sank, more than half of her 2500 passengers drowning.
It is suggested the Titanic accident was intentionally created and orchestrated by the Rothschild-Rockefeller-Morgan cartel and other elite New Word Order families who had their hand in funding, organizing and carrying out the American, French and Russian Revolutions; It is also suggested they orchestrated the political assassinations (attempted and successful) of Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, MLK and JFK; as well as the false flag events of the sinking of the Lusitania in 1916, Pearl Harbor, and the fake Gulf of Tonkin Incident – all of which embroiled the US in wars that the public would not otherwise have allowed.