The tragic sinking of the Titanic has now seen its 100 year anniversary. With this anniversary has come renewed interested in this sad story. We all know about the famous passengers like the unsinkable Molly Brown, John Jacob Astor and Sir Cosmo and Lady Duff Gordon. But what many of us do not know about is the conspiracy theory surrounding JP Morgan Titanic.
Since the 1830s, America did not have a central bank. Jesuits in America and internationally wanted a central bank located in America, a bank that they could use as a bottomless resource to fulfill their Jesuit agenda of taking money and planning wars and schemes in the world. In 1910, seven men met in Georgia to form a central bank. This bank was called the Federal Reserve Bank. Benjamin Strong, a representative of JP Morgan was present at that meeting. According to Jesuits, at this point they wanted to do whatever they could to bring the pope to world dominion. Three very wealthy families: the Rothschilds, the Morgans, and the Rockefellers do all the bidding when it comes to the Jesuit Order JP Moran was scheduled to travel on the first voyage of the RMS Titanic, but he cancelled at the last minute. No one will even know why JP Morgan was not Titanic bound. However, JP Morgan was a big part on the birth of this large unsinkable ship, whereas the Jesuits are theorized to be the death of this large unsinkable ship.
Many wealthy men were opposed to the Federal Reserve banks. The Jesuits supposedly decided to invite several powerful men who were opposed to the Federal Reserve Bank on the Titanic’s maiden voyage. By arranging these multiple deaths in such a preposterous way, no one would know the better. John Jacob Astor, Benjamin Guggenheim and Isador Strauss were those invited on the cruise who the Jesuits planned to dispose of. Edward Smith was a boat captain with many years experience. He was also a Jesuit tempore co-adjator, meaning not a priest but short robe. Jesuits believed in martyrdom, and Captain Smith was going to play this role.
In a series of questionable mistakes, such as warning flares being white when they were supposed to be red, and life boast being sent away only half full, you really begin to wonder if this JP Morgan Titanic theory could have some truth to it.
Was the sinking of the Titanic a series of unfortunate mistakes, or a larger plan carried out by the Jesuits for their political and financial gain? With no clear answers, the JP Morgan Titanic conspiracy theory continues to live on.