Here is the Twins timetable from the ships' logs and official reports. The Titanic lagged the Olympic by 3 months, and its maiden voyage should have been on September 20, 1911. Keeping your eyes on the Twins is like watching a street hustler playing Three-card Monte.

December 16, 1908.
Construction begins on the keel of the Olympic.
March 31, 1909.
Construction begins on the keel of the Titanic.
October 20, 1910.
Olympic is launched and enters the dry dock for fitting-out.
May 31, 1911.
Titanic is launched and enters the dry dock for fitting-out.
June 14, 1911.
The Olympic, captained by Edward Smith, makes its maiden voyage.
September 20, 1911.
The Olympic is rammed by the warship HMS Hawke and virtually wrecked.
October 5. 1911.
The wrecked Olympic is switched with the Titanic in Belfast shipyard.
November 19. 1911.
The Titanic, now renamed the Olympic, and captained by James Haddock, sails to New York.
April 10, 1912.
The patched up Olympic, renamed the Titanic, makes its "maiden voyage."
April 14, 1912.
The renamed Olympic is torpedoed by a white submarine in the North Atlantic.
April 15, 1912.
The Olympic, aka the Titanic, goes to a watery grave at 2:20 a.m., with 1,500 souls.
April 15, 1912.
Without stopping to pick up survivors, Titanic, aka Olympic, continues on to Southampton.
October 1937.
The Titanic is turned into scrap metal at Jarrow, in north-east England.

The "maiden voyage" of the switched Twin retained the same Captain Edward Smith, and it made its phony "maiden voyage" on April 10, 1912.

William T. Stead

William T. Stead was the most prominent Briton to go down with the torpedoed Titanic.

He was a fearless journalist and truth-teller, and a precursor to Julian Assange.

He was best known for exposing child prostitution in London in a series of articles in the Pall Mall Gazette entitled "The Maiden Tribute of Modern Babylon."


W.T. Stead memorial plague
in Central Park, New Yor
k City.

Amazingly, In 1898, a U.S. writer named Morgan Robertson wrote a book entitled Futility about an ocean liner named Titan that was sunk by an iceberg in the North Atlantic.

A white submarine torpedoed the Olympic aka the Titanic!

In 1897, the first submarine was developed by John Philip Holland in the U.S., but his design was later stolen by the "Royal" Navy. After that they began an intensive submarine and torpedo boat program. In 1904, the British first used submarines against the Russian fleet which was en route to the Far East to relieve Port Arthur.

HMS Holland 1 was launched in 1901.

HMS Holland 1—the first top secret British "iceberg" submarine—was launched in 1901.

It was a Holland-class submarine that torpedoed the Olympic aka the Titanic.

By 1914, Britannia had the largest submarine fleet in the world, so she torpedoed the RMS Lusitania in order to drag the U.S. into her war with "Bolshevik" Russia!!


The Lusitania was torpedoed by a British-German sub on May 7, 1915.

The British torpedo boat and submarine program was top secret and very few people had actually seen a submarine:

The British, having spent five per cent of the shipbuilding budget on submarines since 1906, had the world's largest underwater fleet when war broke out: seventy-five boats in commission and twenty-eight on the stocks. (van der Vat, Stealth at Sea, p. 45).

1,198 souls were lost when the Lusitania was torpedoed . . . including 128 U.S. citizens....It was the false flag operation that brought the U.S. into the war on the British side. Britannia's strategy was to use the U.S. against her old nemesis, the now "Communist" Russia.

Franz von Papen

On July 30, 1914—before WWI even started—pugnacious Prussian Franz von Papen arrived in the U.S. as German military attaché.

By 1915, the war was a stalemate, so he was ordered to create a false flag operation to drag the U.S. into the perpetual British war against Russia.

The ship's manifest showed 120 tons of CHEESE which was actually CORDITE placed there by von Papen's agents.


A Brittish recruitment poster after
the sinking of the Lusitania.

The lone torpedo fired by the British/German sub did not sink the liner. It was the EXPLOSIVE CHEESE and other munitions that sent the ship to the bottom so quickly.

For his role in organizing the Lusitania false flag operation he was expelled from the U.S. in December 1915. From beginning to end, von Papen was the leading Nazi in the Third Reich. From 1939 to 1944 he was the Nazi ambassador to the Terrible Turks. Remarkably, the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal found that Hitler's right hand man played no role in the Holohoax....As a result of the injustice at Nuremberg, he was acquitted and released from prison.

Construction of the Twins began in 1908

Even though their submarine program was sub rosa, that was not so with the construction of the gigantic Twins. In 1905, construction began on the huge Nikola Tesla AC power generating station and the massive dry dock.

The Twins under construction in the
Harland and Wolff dry dock.

Construction of the Twins began in 1908 using the latest state-of-the-art shipbuilding technology.

The 2 giant gantries were called Samson and Goliath.

The machine tools used to build the Twins were much more complex than the ships.


The newborn Twins in the water.

The Twins were the largest moving objects ever constructed, and the machine tools required to construct the behemoths were much more complicated than the ships themselves. The machine tools required to manufacture cars, airplanes, or computers are much more complex than cars, airplanes, or computers.

The Queen's Island AC generating
station was constructed in 1905.

Without Tesla's polyphase current, the Twins would be stillborn, and Britannia would never have the technology to misrule the waves!

In 1905, Harland and Wolff constructed a huge AC generating station on Queen's Island.

All the electrical systems on the ships were powered by direct current dynamos, but the ships were constructed by AC powered machine tools!

H&W AC motor repair facility in 1905.

Both Twins used millions of rivets, and one of the greatest labor saving devices was the compressor driven hydraulic riveter.

Hydraulic riveters used in
constructing the Twins.

The compressors used to compress the hydraulic fluid for the hydraulic riveters used AC motors.

The huge dry dock, where the Twins were fitted-out, had to be emptied of water in order to work on the ships.

It only took about 12 hours to empty the dry dock using the huge AC pump motors.

Huge dry dock AC pumping station.

Harland and Wolff constructed another huge workshop in Southampton, which was used as a repair facility. That facility was also electrified with Tesla's alternating current.

Harland and Wolff Southampton docks..


In 1908, Harland and Wolff electrified the Southampton Dock with Tesla's AC when they constructed a vast repair facility.

Minor repairs were performed at the shipyard, but any ship that was extensively damaged was sent to the Belfast dry dock.


H&W Southampton Shipbuilding
and Engineering Works
in 1908.

Passengers who sailed on the Twins boarded at Southampton. Then the ships sailed to Cherbourg, and the last stop was Queenstown, Ireland, before embarking on the transatlantic crossing.

The Olympic was deliberately rammed by the warship HMS Hawke!

British Secret Service agent J.P. Morgan was the owner of the White Star Line. He was the commanding general in the War of the Currents that pitted Nikola Tesla and Westinghouse against Thomas Edison and General Electric. A ruthless financial privateer, Morgan took no prisoners.

With fellow agent Thomas Edison, he was already involved in a titanic battle with Nikola Tesla and George Westinghouse to keep the U.S. in the dark. Morgan practically owned the United States, and he spread the word that he would be on the "maiden voyage" of the Titanic. He was the bait that lured multimillionaires like John Jacob Astor and Benjamin Guggenheim aboard his doomed liner.

J.P Morgan

Terrible Turk J.P. Morgan was the owner of the Twins. He was the bait that lured the multimillionaires aboard.

As well as having Morgan as a captive audience for a week, many people were curious to get a close-up look at his titanic proboscis.

When he knew that his doomed victims were aboard, Morgan pulled out at the last minute.

Captain E.J. Smith

Edward Smith was the captain of the doomed ship and was also the father of twins. Nobody really knows what happened to him but he never returned to his wife and twins.

On its way from Southampton, the Twin was rammed by a warship named HMS Hawke. The warship had an underwater ram that was designed to ram and sink ships. The Hawke was waiting for its prey to enter the same narrow channel.

The Hawke was perfectly positioned
to ram the Olympic.

On September 20, 1911, the Olympic was on its 5th voyage from Southampton to New York when the ship was deliberately rammed by a waiting warship.


Bullseye—the Olympic was rammed in the
starboard side about 80 feet from the stern.

That was the perfect spot to ram the ship if you wanted to disable it completely. The Terrible Turks used ramming ships at the Battle of Lepanto in 1571, but that method of naval warfare became obsolete with the invention of gunpowder cannon. Submarines and torpedo boats made ramming ships totally obsolete.

The HMS Hawke had an underwater ram
which was broken off by the ramming.

The most extensive damage to the Olympic occurred underwater on the stern starboard side.

The ship was able to limp back to Southampton for temporary repairs.

After 2 weeks the Twin was returned to the Belfast dry dock.


External view of the damage to Olympic's
starboard's side inspected at Southampton.

The extensive damage was to the bow or forward part of the starboard side of the ship:

The damaged liner returned to Southampton the following day so that the damage might be examined at Harland & Wolff's repair facility there. It was soon apparent that Olympic was very badly damaged indeed and that any further planned voyages, for the forseeable future, would have to be abandoned. Consequently, the White Star Line refused to pay Olympic's crew for the remainder of the aborted voyage after September 22, justifying that decision by claiming that the ship was a wreck. (Gardiner, The Great Titanic Conspiracy, p. 65).

A miracle was performed at the Belfast shipyard when they made the Olympic wreck seaworthy again in just a few weeks. The British considered that patched up wreck quite appropriate for American passengers!

The Twins were switched in the Harland and Wolff Belfast shipyard!

Once in the dry dock in Belfast, the damage to the ship was extensively investigated. The nautical engineers decided that they would have to rebuild the ship from the ground up to make it seaworthy again. Their solution was very simple: switch the ship with its nearby Twin.

View of underwater damage to Olympic taken in the dry dock in Belfast.

Once in the dry dock, the holes in Olympic's side were patched up, and the name was changed to "Titanic."

It was just supposed to be a temporary fix until it hit the "iceberg" in the middle of the Atlantic.

We are supposed to believe that it took only 3 weeks for the extensive damage to the ship to be fixed.


Captain James Haddock (18611946) was
the new captain of the switched Olympic.

On November 19, 1911, the Titanic, aka the Olympic, returned to sea, but Captain Smith was no longer in command of the ship.

The Titanic, aka the Olympic, leaving
Southampton for the scrap yard,
October 11, 1935.

The Titanic, aka the Olympic, made 257 round crossings of the Atlantic involving some half a million miles of consistent steaming.

The ship also survived the Second World War. That was a remarkable record for a ship that was almost sunk by HMS Hawke.

There was no obvious reason for scrapping the
well-constructed vessel.


Titanic, aka Olympic, arrives in Jarrow for scrapping, October 1935.

As long as that ship sailed, it reminded the people involved of the Twins conspiracy, but they never dreamed that one day the wreck of the Olympic would be discovered at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

Architect Daniel Burnham and artist Francis Davis Millet sailed on the Twins!

Before the Titanic, ala Olympic, sailed on her "maiden voyage," electrical engineer John Kempsterthe man who electrified Harland and Wolff took a series of amazing photos of the ocean liner.

The Kempster photo showing where the coal
bunker fire raged inside the ship.

John Kempster (18641947) was chief electrical engineer at Harland and Wolff.

Before the Olympic, aka Titanic, left Belfast, he took a series of amazing photos which were buried in an attic for almost 100 years.

Hurry and view them before they are banned by youtube.


Close-up of the area where the coal
bunker fire burned inside the ship.

The dark area was the result of a raging fire within the coal bunkers. That was the reason why most of the original crew of the switched ship refused to sail on the so-called "maiden voyage."

It is beyond belief but 2 of the foremost citizens of the Republic were passengers on the Twins. Daniel Burnham was on the Olympic and Francis Davis Millet went down with the Titanic. Most Americans are not familiar with those names, but Daniel Burnham was one of America's foremost architects, and Francis Davis Millet was one of America's foremost artists.

Architect Daniel Burnham
(1848May 1, 1912).

On the night of April 15, 1912, architect Daniel Burnham was on the "Olympic," sailing from New York to Southampton, and Francis Davis Millet was sailing from Southampton to New York.

Both men were involved in designing the 1893 Columbian Exposition, and the Lincoln Memorial.

Against titanic opposition, both men suggested that the memorial be placed in its present position by the Potomac River.


Artist Francis Davis Millet
(1848April 15, 1912).

Both men won nationwide fame because of the fantastic success of the 1893 Columbian Exposition.

Westinghouse won the contract to light up the dark night at the Chicago World's Fair.
Westinghouse won the contract to light up
the dark night at the Chicago World's Fair.

Daniel Burnham and Francis Davis Millet designed the 1893 Columbian Exposition. It was lit up by Tesla's alternating current.

27 million people visited the fair, and most of them were awestruck by Tesla's alternating current.

White Star owner J.P. Morgan and Thomas Edison tried desperately to sabotage Nikola Tesla's alternating current.

Tesla spotlight lighting up
Tesla spotlight lighting up
the night at the

The British desperately wanted a monopoly on AC because they realized that it would give them a quantitative industrial advantage over the United States. That is why they launched the War of the Currents.

President Lincoln was not on the Olympic, aka Titanic, but if he was alive at that time he was the type of U.S. patriot that the British would have loved to welcome for that doomed "maiden voyage."

President Lincoln's homegoing
was on April 15, 1865.

Incredibly, the Great Emancipator had to wait for 60 years for a suitable monument in Washington City.

Against tremendous opposition, the present site was chosen by Daniel Burnham and Francis Davis Millet.

Francis was on the Lincoln Memorial Fine Arts Commission, and that was the reason he sailed on the "Titanic" to urge the acceptance of the Potomac site.


The Lincoln Memorial site was finally
chosen after a titanic battle.

Burnham was on the "Olympic" and he realized that the "Titanic" would soon pass nearby. He decided to send greetings to his good friend Millet, but the steward returned the telegram saying that the operator had refused it.

Here is a quote from a very, very rare biography of Francis Davis Millet:

In addition to sending greetings in the telegram to the Titanic, Burnham wanted to alert Frank about an important letter awaiting him in New York that Burnham had written concerning the most recent meeting of the Lincoln Memorial Committee. On April 10, the very day that Frank had boarded the Titanic, the Lincoln Memorial Commission met at the White House to discuss designs for the memorial presented by architects Henry Bacon and John Russell Pope. The Act of Congress that had created the Lincoln Memorial Commission mandated that it avail itself of the services and advise of the Commission of Fine Arts, of which Burnham and Millet were the principal officers. (Engstrom, Francis Davis Millet: A Titanic Life, p. 7).

No iceberg hit the Olympic aka the Titanic....It was a submarine awaiting some target practice. It was a bullseye, as the ship was hit in almost the exact spot as the Hawke's ram. It is even possible that the submarine was equipped with RADAR was discovered by Nikola Tesla around 1890.

Artistic depiction on an "iceberg" hitting
"Titanic" on the starboard side.

No iceberg hit the "Titanic." It was torpedoed, not by a yellow submarine, but by a Holland-class submarine.

Archibald Gracie was on deck just when the so-called "iceberg" struck.

At that time, very few people had even seen a submarine.


Colonel Archibald Gracie
1858Dec. 14, 1912.

Archibald Gracie was a survivor of that night to remember, and he never saw an iceberg near the ship. He reported that the ship collided with a big black Protean monster:

But in our case the beautiful star-lit night and cloudless sky, combined with the glassy sea, further facilitated the iceberg's approach with out detection, for no background was afforded against which to silhouette the deadly outline of this black appearing Protean monster which only looks white when the sun is shining upon it. (Gracie, The Truth About the Titanic, pp. 100-101).

Submarines were an entirely new form of underwater weapon, and few people had actually seen one. Archie had a timely demise before he could even publish his book. Gracie Mansion in New York City—the mayor's residence—is named after his great-grandfather.

Captain Arthur Rostron

Arthur Roston, captain of the HMS Carpathia, was chosen to "rescue" the survivors because he could be trusted to never reveal the exact location of the sinking!

When the "Olympic" was about (190 km; 120 mi) from the sinking ship, Captain Rostron told Captain Haddock not to come to the rescue of the survivors.

Daniel Burnham continued on to Germany, where he was assassinated on June 1, 1912.


Lord Mersey (1840
1929) in his Lawrence of Arabia headdress.

Under Prime Minister Asquith, Lord Mersey was appointed to head a commission of inquiry into the sinking of the Twin.

Naturally, the "inquiry" was a complete whitewash and cover-up. The crew that survived were forced to sign the Official Secret Act and anyone who had "loose lips" was quickly titaniced. Those who cooperated with the "iceberg myth" were richly rewarded.

Now you can see why the sun never set on the British Islamic Empire . . . because the Almighty couldn't trust them in the dark....The Olympic and Titanic Twins Conspiracy is a deadly example of what happened when Britannia used Tesla's technology to MISRULE THE WAVES!!

Vital links


Chirnside, Mark, Olympic, Titanic, Britannic: The Illustrated History of the 'Olympic' Class Ships. The History Press, Stroud, Gloustershire, U.K., 2012.

Engstrom, Peter A. Francis Davis Millet: A Titanic Life. Miller Studio Publishing, East Bridgewater, Mass, 2010.

Gardiner, Robin, The Great Titanic Conspiracy. Ian Allen Publishing, Hersham, Surrey, U.K., 2010.

Gracie, Archibald. The Truth About the Titanic. Mitchell Kennerley, New York, 1913.

Hines, Thomas S. Burnham of Chicago: Architect and Planner. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, 2009.

Larson, Erik. The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness in the Fair that Changed America. Randoim House, New York, 2003.

Moss, Michael S. Shipbuilders to the World: 125 Years of Harland and Wolff, Belfast, 18611986. Blackstaff Press, Belfast, Ireland, 1986.

Preston, Diana. Lusitania: An Epic Tragedy. Walker Publishing Company, New York, 2002.

Robertson, Morgan. Futility, or the Wreck of the Titan. M.F. Mansfield, New York, 1898.

Rolfs, Richard W. Sorcerer's Apprentice: The Life of Franz von Papen. University Press of America, Lanham, MD, 1996.

Stephens, Patrick. The White Star Triple Screw Atlantic Liners Olympic and Titanic. Arco Publishing Co., New York, 1970. (Originally published in 1911).

Van der Vat, Dan. Stealth at Sea: The History of the Submarine. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1995.

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