Hollywood’s movies offer some interesting “tells” about the times we are living in, if we just pay attention. Most interestingly, James Cameron’s movie, Titanic, not only explains some of the events which led to the creation of the Federal Reserve, but also predicted the demise of the Iron Age, or the age of capitalism and elite bankers, and possibly even the future fate of the illuminati-backed banking system we have all been subjugated to for far too long.
There are many “conspiracy” theories surrounding the Titanic’s sinking, but there are some interesting facts that played out on the big screen in one of the highest grossing Hollywood films of all time.
The film takes place in 1912, exactly one year before the Federal Reserve was formed – when small government banks evaporated, after being swallowed up into the larger central banks which now prop up a global fiat currency, and an illegal printing press.
There are many sources which state the Fed was a necessity, but this is simply the propaganda which was forced down the nation’s throat. The Fed is not owned by any government or the people but was established by the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. This act was premeditated into existence in a private meeting at Jekyll island, attended by only six men – Nelson Aldrich, A. Piatt Andrew, Henry Davison, Arthur Shelton, Frank Vanderlip, and Paul Warburg.
Prominent banking families which were against the creation of the Fed were invited to sail on the Titanic’s maiden voyage (including John Jacob Astor who’s family financed WWI, the Guggenheims, the Straus’s, etc.) with the likely intention of murdering them.
There is no glaring evidence to prove the accusations, but the Rothschild’s are blamed, along with J.P. Morgan, for sinking the ship. (J.P. Morgan’s company owned – via a loophole – the smaller corporation which built the Titanic.)
This seems outlandish to some, but there is new evidence that the Titanic was never meant to make it back home after setting sail. It seems the hull was damaged and sent to a Naval ship yard to be repaired prior to it ever leaving Southampton in New York.
The movie, Titanic, also clearly depicts the class wars which we still face today. There were not enough lifeboats aboard, presumably because those on board never dreamed the Titanic would sink. The rich believed that in their last moments, they should get all of the lifeboats. James Cameron paints humanity’s hubris in the maiden voyage of this massive ship.
It is posited that the Titanic sunk due to raging fires, or because of being overcome by ocean waters, but the hull was damaged before it ever set sail, and ripped apart once the ship started to sink. The iceberg which the Titanic ran into just got the ensuing tragedy going.
The sinking of the Titanic has even been called the 9-11 of its time. The similarities are striking. Both were massive steel structures that sink in a very short time – each vanishing completely in less than 3 hours.
Edith Russell, a journalist and survivor that floated along in a lifeboat after the Titanic started to sink, said that it looked like a skyscraper, all lit up in the dark night before going under.
The sinking of the boat itself is a false flag, not unlike 9/11, the recent hurricanes, and even the sinking of other ships, like the Lusitania. The Titanic was the largest ship ever built, nearly 900 feet long, and represented man’s triumph in the age of technology.
Moreover, it is suggested by numerous sources that the recent hurricanes we have witnessed in the U.S., Cuba, and the Caribbean were manipulated by the same people that likely caused the Titanic to go down.
The movie Titanic, also depicts the end of an era. It isn’t just the lower class, with our beloved Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet’s characters going down with the ship, but the elite class. It is the Kali Yuga – the iron age – exemplified in the massive iron hull of the teetering ship which is swallowed by the sea (Mother Nature).
Cameron’s film also asks an important question about where humankind was heading on the course we have taken. Could it be sustained? The answer was a resounding no. As more false flags continue to come to light, we can look back to one of Hollywood’s biggest films of all time to see what they all have in common. The creators of this mischief are undeniable.