Titanic story pre-written

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I believe the Titanic myth was a big psyOp of the day – and Miles Mathis says it was pre-written. Call it predictive programming, I call it a script for a fake event. Reminds me of the pre-written Oklahoma City/McVeigh story.

If that isn’t weird enough for you, try this: Leo starred in Titanic, right? Well, a guy named Morgan Robertson wrote a book about the sinking of the Titanic 14 years before it happened. In his book Futility, or the Wreck of the Titan, Robertson had his ship crash into an iceberg 400 miles from Newfoundland in April around midnight. His ship was 800 ft. long, 3 propellers, 2 masts, 3000 capacity, British owned, and “unsinkable”. Since we now know the Titanic event was managed, we see how Robertson knew what would happen before it would happen. He was just setting the table.

 

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