Something to think about

The Titanic


Darkness sinking man’s greatest invention


God Reminding man of their place


Simply Gods Wrath



Titanic a word based only on the original use for the Gigantic Monsters called Titans.


One might say they only meant large and/or huge, true, but when you put it next to its sister Olympic that theory can no longer stand.

The ship was to replace the SS Teutonic, Teutonic linguistically means Germanic, but not German. it mainly is used to refer to old germanic paganisim one can refer to Deutsche Mythologie for more info on that.



The Movie was produced & directed 1997 mainly by the famous atheist James Cameron born in 1954 who is also known for Avatar, Aliens, Terminator and many others. most if not all his films speak of an apocalyptic and/or fantasy reality. He him self is a advanced world advocate, which is based on the idea of having a better version of life, which usually is based on claiming that God didn’t do a good job.

The film is categorized as an epic romantic disaster film.


The Elderly remembering the Joy of sinning: before the story actually starts there is an old woman sitting there talking to her grandchild about her lover.


Gambling & Striving for the world: The story begins with a group of young men gambling over a ticket to the new world.


Greed & Classicism: as boarding begins you see the greed of upper class and the pathetic status the poor are forced in to.


Prestige, Pride & Arrogance of the Ship: As humans advance they start to express features such as Pride & Arrogance.


Prestige, Pride & Arrogance of the people on board: The feeling that you have reading the news or the actual events you notice the excessive sense of pride people had with their own wealth and status and could care less about those around them.


Dipping in every world pleasure: regardless of its status in divine law. with 11 course meals, the wealthiest sit as pigs to stuff their mouths while the poor don’t have food to eat.


Adultery: Not to hard to understand the reality with non believers is that they have no boundaries, the film expresses this again and again, they show a wealthy female engaged to another male, but yet sleeps, drinks and plays around in the film completely nude. Morals, Manners & Old traditions are treated ill and rejected.


Fun can only be done with what is prohibited: One of the greatest mental viruses in our day & age is the assumption people that having fun or a good time can only be done with what is prohibited, as having a good time has no other way. the sad shame one has is to see Muslim do exactly that in all countries around the world.

Drinking, Smoking, Gambling…..etc. are a few benefits for those being entertained by this film.


The indoctrinate of the world’s basic conscience.




Who built the ship?


White Star Line With their financer International Mercantile Marine Co.

In other words: J. Bruce Ismay with his financer J. P. Morgan

J. Bruce Ismay was also accused for pushing the captain of the titanic to keep going faster. Like the Pharaoh telling Haman to keep building.


The Ship was built by Harland and Wolff


Key Personal:

Edward Harland

— 1st Baronet (15 May 1831 – 24 December 1895) was a British shipbuilder and politician. Born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, he was educated at Edinburgh Academy. In 1846, aged 15, he took an apprenticeship at the engineering works of Robert Stephenson and Company in Newcastle upon Tyne. by Sir Edward Harland  Harland served as a Belfast harbor commissioner. In 1885, Harland was granted a knighthood and a baronetcy. Harland was a member of the Conservative and Unionist Party, and served as Mayor of Belfast; later he moved to London and served as Member of Parliament for Belfast North until his death.


Gustav Wilhelm Wolff

— (14 November 1834 – 17 April 1913) was a German-British shipbuilder and politician. Born in Hamburg, he moved to Liverpool in 1849 to live with his uncle, Gustav Christian Schwabe. After serving his apprenticeship in Manchester, Wolff was employed as a draughtsman in Hyde, Greater Manchester, before being employed by the shipbuilder Edward Harland in Belfast as his personal assistant. In 1861, Wolff became a partner at Harland’s firm, forming Harland and Wolff. Outside shipbuilding, Wolff served as a Belfast Harbour Commissioner. He also founded the Belfast Ropeworks, served as Member of Parliament for Belfast East for 18 years and as a member of the Conservative and Unionist Party and Irish and Ulster Unionist parties.
William Pirrie, 1st Viscount Pirrie

— 1st Viscount Pirrie, KP, PC (Ire) (31 May 1847 – 7 June 1924) was a leading Irish shipbuilder and businessman. He was chairman of Harland and Wolff, shipbuilders, between 1895 and 1924, and also served as Lord Mayor of Belfast between 1896 and 1898. He was ennobled as Baron Pirrie in 1906, appointed a Knight of the Order of St Patrick in 1908 and made Viscount Pirrie in 1921. Builder of the Temple of the four winds.


Thomas Andrews

— (7 February 1873 – 15 April 1912) was an Irish businessman and shipbuilder; managing director and head of the drafting department for the shipbuilding company Harland and Wolff in Belfast, Ireland. Andrews was the naval architect in charge of the plans for the ocean liner RMS Titanic. He was travelling on board the Titanic during its maiden voyage when it hit an iceberg on 14 April 1912 and perished in the disaster.


Currently owned by: Fred. Olsen Energy

— Fred. Olsen & Co. is a shipping company based in Oslo, Norway. The company was founded by Petter Olsen in 1848. Today it is the holding company that controls the Olsen family’s interest through Bonheur and Ganger Rolf.



I am confident to say that there is a truth behind the sinking of the ship, it could be a secret and in all cases it is Allah’s decree, keep that mind.





RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden from Southampton, UK to New York City, US. The sinking of Titanic caused the deaths of more than 1,500 people in one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in modern history. The RMS Titanic was the largest ship afloat at the time it entered service.

Titanic was the second of three Olympic class ocean liners operated by the White Star Line, and was built by the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast with Thomas Andrews as her naval architect. Andrews was among those lost during the sinking. On her maiden voyage, she carried 2,224 passengers and crew.


Sir Edward James Harland,

He had an all-smelling nose as well as an all-seeing eye. One day he was walking rapidly along, and he suddenly stopped dead and sniffed at a saw-pit. In a flash the trapdoor was lifted and there squatting in the sawdust was a wizened little man, puffing at clay pipe

—An employee at Harland and Wolff, [3]


Well, Wolff designs the ships, Pirrie sells them and I smoke the firm’s cigars.

—Edward Harland, [9]

Edward Harland served as the chief Belfast Harbour Commissioner from 1875 until the 1880s.[16] Harland was a Presbyterian and a member of the Church in Rosemary Street, Belfast.[1] As a member of the Conservative and Unionist Party,[10] he served as Mayor of Belfast in 1885 and 1886,[7] and strongly opposed the 1886 Home Rule Bill.[1] In 1885, Harland was granted a knighthood[1] and on 25 July the same year, he was granted a baronetcy.[4][17] In 1889 Harland was elected to serve as the Member of Parliament for Belfast North.[1][18][19] Harland then moved to London, and was re-elected unopposed twice in 1892 and 1895[11][20][21] and served as MP for the constituency until his death, on Christmas Eve 1895 at his Irish home, Glenfarne Hall in County Leitrim.[1] Harland left no heir to his baronetcy.[1] He was appointed to a Royal Commission on industrial disputes in 1891.[22]

He is the Great-uncle of Reginald Harland.



Wolff had business interests outside of Harland and Wolff, including the Belfast Ropeworks, which he founded in the early 1870s with W.H. Smiles, who was the son of Samuel Smiles, a Scottish author.[1][7] With Wolff as chairman, the firm became one of the largest ropeworks in the world,[2] challenging the Gourock Ropework Company, who were based on the River Clyde in Scotland.[1]Wolff also bought shares in the Union Steamship Company, and became a director; with his influence, he ensured Harland and Wolff received regular orders from the Union Steamship Company.[1]After Wolff’s negotiation, the Union Steamship Company merged in 1900 with the Castle Line, which was owned by Donald Currie;[1] the new company formed was the Union-Castle Line. Outside of business, Gustav Wolff served as a Belfast harbour commissioner from 1887 to 1893.[2] Wolff, like Edward Harland, served as a Member of Parliament as a member of the Conservative and Unionist Party.[7] Edward Harland and Gustav Wolff were known in the House of Commons as “Majestic” and “Teutonic”, the names of two ships that the company built.[7] Wolff was the Member of Parliament for Belfast East from March 1892 to December 1910. He replaced Edward de Cobain who had been expelled from the House of Commons and was later jailed for homosexual offences.[10] Wolff only faced election once; in the 1892 by-election Sir William Charley, Q.C., stood against Wolff as an Independent Conservative. Wolff defeated Charley by a margin of over 2100 votes.[10] Wolff was then returned unopposed until his retirement from parliament in 1910.[1] Afterwards, Wolff was made a freeman of Belfast by the Belfast Corporation. In Parliament, Wolff strongly opposed the Irish Home Rule bills.[1] Despite Wolff’s Jewish heritage, he was a member of the Church of Ireland.[1] He also gave money to local causes,[1] including the Ulster Hospital and the Orange Order.[10] Wolff was a member of many different clubs, including the Carlton Club and the Garrick Club.[10] After his retirement from parliament Wolff lived almost exclusively in London,[10] where he died on 17 April 1913 at his home, 42 Park Street.[1] Wolff did not marry and died a bachelor.


Thomas Andrews, Jr. (7 February 1873 – 15 April 1912) was an Irish businessman and shipbuilder; managing director and head of the drafting department for the shipbuilding company Harland and Wolff in Belfast, Ireland. Andrews was the naval architect in charge of the plans for the ocean liner RMS Titanic. He was travelling on board the Titanic during its maiden voyage when it hit an iceberg on 14 April 1912 and perished in the disaster.