Thursday, July 09, 2009

Speaking of the X Files and 9/11

There's a popular "urban myth" that a March 2001 episode of the X Files predicted 9/11 to a "t."  It's not a myth.  Watch this excerpt from that program to see how the X Files "fictional" plot laid the groundwork for the real thing on 9/11 of the same year.  The same thing happened before the Titanic went down, when a book was written about a ship just like it: called the Titan.  Just like the Titanic, the Titan was an "unsinkable" ship, and just like the Titanic, it went down after a collision with an iceberg.  On April 14, 1912, the huge "unsinkable" ship the Titanic was steaming across the Atlantic towards New York.   This was the Titanic's maiden voyage, and her captain was encouraged to break  the record for speed while making the voyage. As most people know, after  striking an iceberg, the unsinkable ship went down in only a matter of hours.   Out of the 2,201 passengers, only 711 were saved.   Since then, there  have been many books and movies about the Titanic 

A book, The Wreck of the Titan was written in 1898, fourteen years before the Titanic hit an iceberg and settled on the bottom of the northern Atlantic. The fictional story was written by a merchant seaman by the name of Morgan Robertson.  Robertson's book was about an unsinkable passenger liner that sank while carrying the elite people of the time.  The ship in Robertson's story was called the Titan and the book was titled The Wreck of the Titan.  Even though the book is fictitious, the events in the story parallel the events of the Titanic.  Both ships were built to be unsinkable.  Both ships sank after striking an iceberg.  Both ships were on their maiden voyage.  The most well to do famous people were on the Titan and Titanic.  Only one third of the passengers on each ship survived.  Both ships had an inadequate number of lifeboats.  Both ships were encouraged to break speed records during their voyage. 

Robertson's book The Wreck of the Titan was never published.  Each time it was rejected by editors, they told him the same thing.  The story was "unbelievable."  Surely the events he wrote of could not possibly happen to an unsinkable ship.  Yes, and surely our own government wouldn't EVER fly filled airliners into our own buildings filled with thousands of other American citizens.  Surely not.  You might want to check the site of Architects and Engineers for Truth about 9/11 at: