Victory is ours
Mar 09, 2012
Is it just a coincidence that today they would announce that they have finally mapped the Titanic as it sits on the ocean floor?
Is it just a coincidence that the Titanic had a twin sister called the Olympic?
Unlike her ill-fated younger sisters, Olympic served a long and illustrious career (1911-1935), including service as a troopship during World War I, earning the nickname, "Old Reliable." She was the largest ocean liner in the world for two periods in 1911-13, interrupted only by the brief career of the slightly larger Titanic.
The rulers of Mystery Babylon think of themselves as Olympians, gods on earth.
There was actually one more ship, a triplet to the other two, called the Britannic. It was launched on February 26, 1914, a year and a half after the Titanic had sunk.
HMHS Britannic was the third and largest Olympic-class ocean liner of the White Star Line. She was the sister ship of RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic, and was intended to enter service as a transatlantic passenger liner. She was launched just before the start of the First World War and was laid up at her builders in Belfast for many months before being put to use as a hospital ship in 1915. In that role she struck a mine off the Greek island of Kea, in the Kea Channel on 21 November 1916, and sank with the loss of 30 lives.
Binding the spirit of Amalek and the spirit of Revenge
We were led to go before the Divine Court at 1:31 p.m. and send the angels of God to bind these two spirits. The rest of today is just a mop-up operation. Victory is ours.
Dr. Stephen Jones