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Club, Frozen, and Head: DID YOU KNOW? TITANIC WAS AN INSIDE JOB RESERA oilluminati killers Benjamin Guggenheim, sador Strauss(head of Maeys Department Stores), and John Astor(the wealthiest man in the world) were all killed when it sank. Those 3 men were the main opposition to the creation of the US Fed. By April 1912.all opposition to the Federal Reserve was eliminated. In December 1913. The Federal Reserve came into being in the USA contralled by The lluminati Bankers. J.P. Morgan canceled his voyage one hour before he was set to depart on HIS SHIP the Titanic! He, being one of the biggest players in the setting up of the Federal Reserve, eliminated his opposition. Who was against him? John Jacob Aster, (at the time one of the richest men in the world) Isador Strauss and Benjamin Gugganheim. These three men of wealth absolutely opposed the federal reserve and although all three were members of the club of Rome or Masons, it proved once again that the elite will eat there own to get their way. . J.P. Morgan was a major holder in the building of the Titanic. He had it insured and made a fortune off of it sinking. He also had vested interest in the USS California which came within close proximity of the sinking Titanic and could of easily saved nearly all passengers aboard it that night, but instead sailed away. Since the discovery of the wreckage of the Titanic, there is evidence that the ship's bottom was blown out before it hit the iceberg which would also explain why when sinking it nosed up and split in half. Also a very fascinating similarity between the true life experience of the Titanic and a fictitious book written 14 years earlier titled "The wreck of the Titan" by Morgan Robertson. Ice is FROZEN WATER it is not stronger than metal. If the Titanic really struck an iceberg, the iceberg would have sank. If you don't believe me, try an experiment at home. Take a block of ice out of your freezer and hit it with a hammer. What breaks? The hammer or the ice? @eddie.ik

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America, Paradise, and Tumblr: POT MARIGOLD CLEMATIS FORSYTHIA SWEET SCABIOU ENGLISH DAISY FORGET-ME-NOT POLYANTHUS PHLOX LILY OF THE VALLE BLACK-EYED SUSAN EUROPE CHRYSANTHEMUM CHINA ASTER BLEEDING HEART CANADA ANEMONE CLARKIAM,.ty. NORTH AMERICA MEDITERRANEAN TURKEY FLAME AZALEA JAPANESE WISTERIA CHINA HYACINTH IRAN GRAPE H ABELIA TIGERFL SWEFT STAR-C MEXICO ORIENTAL POPPY KURUME AZALEA POKER PLANT BIRD-OF-PARADISE FLOWER EAST INDIAN LOTUS SCARLET SAGE SOUTHEAS ASI GERBERA NASTURTIUM HIBISCUS CASTOR-CIL PLANT FREESIA BOTTLE BRUSH ROYAL POINCIANA The World of Flowers AUSTRALIA PELARGONIUM MBLAZONED WITH BEAUTY, this floral map SOUTH AMERICA FLOWER shows the origins of 117 of man's favorite AFRICAN VIOLET flowers. As people began to move from one part of the world to another, they carried plants with them. Explorers, conquerors, and adventurers returned teo their homelands with flowers from far off places. Colonists carried seeds and bulbs to the New World Some have done so well in their adopted regions that their beginnings are seldom remembered. Holland's CYPRESS tulip is a native of Turkey; the "French" marigold arrived in Europe with the return of the conquista- dors from Mexico. To trace these blossoms to their source, GEOCRAPHIC artist Ned Seider consulted Dr. Mildred E. Mathias, Professor of Botany at the University of California at Los Angeles. SWAN RIVER DAISY CROWN OF THORN BLUE LACEFLOWER VICTORIA wATERLİLY nachtlichter: mapsontheweb: The World of Flowers, 1968. This map was published in 1968 by National Geographic. It shows a representative sample of native flowers across the World. @ipgirl2 🌷🌹🌻

nachtlichter: mapsontheweb: The World of Flowers, 1968. This map was published in 1968 by National Geographic. It shows a representative sa...

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