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Scientists Theory On How Moon Sunk The Titanic

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SOS-SOS THE LARGEST RADIO TELEGRAM TRNSMITTER AT SEA FROM THE Unsinkable   RMS TITANIC 'MARCONI ROOM':

 

SOLD This "Marconigram" is a rare artifact from history's most famous sea disaster, the sinking of the Titanic. The telegram, handwritten in pencil, reads as follows: "(To) Bornwell, Youngstown, Ohio. Mollie, Elizabeth, Natalie Caroline safe. George not heard from." On April 14-15, 1912 the White Star luxury liner Titanic left England on its maiden voyage to New York City. Considered unsinkable, it collided with an iceberg in icy waters off Newfoundland where more than 1500 people perished. The Carpathia was the only ship to respond to Titanic's distress signals and assisted as best it could in recovering survivors. Once aboard, survivors filled out these telegram messages that were transmitted non-stop by Carpathia's wireless operator and the surviving Titanic wireless operator aboard the Carpathia, to loved ones letting them know of their fate. This is one example of an original message that is stamped "Not Transmitted" as some were not. Measuring 9 X 5.5. the telegram comes framed with a picture of the Titanic 

Price: $2,500.00

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Lillian Gertrud was 5 and the last American survivor with actual memories of the sinking of the TITANIC past away on this day in 2006,  Shrewsbury, Mass- Lillian was 99.

Memeories of Liliian & TITANIC will on,

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    Lillian Gertrud was 5 and the last American survivor with actual memories of the sinking of the TITANIC past away on this day in 2006,  Shrewsbury, Mass- Lillian was 99.

    Memeories of Liliian & TITANIC will on,

    EddessaKNight

    R.I.P.

    Memeories of Liliian & TITANIC will live on...

    LB

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      R.I.P.

      Memeories of Liliian & TITANIC will live on...

      LB

      Thanks Lotto Boner

      Thinking of...

      Today May 7th, 1915 perhaps beyond coincidence,  another British liner the RMS LUSITANIA went under the waves killing  1200 crew & passengers aboard  due to a dastardly torpedo attack by a German submarine - no survivors.

      R.I.P.

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        I’m  sure this TITANIC follow up is something you’ve always wanted to know!

        Another history lesson??

        Enjoy w/Good Weekend Wishes

        EddessaKnight Note

         

        Most people don't  know that back in 1912, Hellmann's Mayonnaise was manufactured in  England. In fact, the Titanic was carrying 12,000 jars of  the condiment scheduled for delivery  in Vera Cruz, Mexico, which  was to be the next port of call for  the great ship after its stop in  New  York.

        This would have  been the largest single shipment of  mayonnaise ever delivered to Mexico.

        But as we know,  the great ship did not make it to  New York. The  ship hit an iceberg and sank, and the  cargo was forever lost.

        The people of  Mexico, who were crazy about  mayonnaise, and were eagerly awaiting its delivery, were disconsolate at  the loss. Their anguish was so great,  that they declared a National Day of  Mourning, which they still observe to  this day.

        The National Day of  Mourning occurs each year on May 5th and is known, of course,  as...

        "Sinko De Mayo".

        ...WHAT? You  expected something educational from me? You need a shot of Tequila after that  don't you?

         

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          LOL! That's funny and very informative.

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            LOL! That's funny and very informative.

            This date May 14,1912 the very first TITANIC inspired movie was released just one month after the RMS British liner went under the waves. A 1914 fire myetreiously destroyed the only copies of "SAVED FROM THE TITANIC"

             

            Gone But Never Forgotten.....

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              Posted: May 25, 2012, 5:00 pm - IP Logged

              Ancient world astrologers have unamonously claimed that the MOON controled the earth

              Well now, modern scientists theorize, 100 years after tye disater that our moon played a special role Sleeping half-moon

              http://news.yahoo.com/sank-titanic-scientists-point-moon-181342953.html

               

              Wonder how many other happenings are being affected by the moon's pull ???

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                Spring Day May 28, 1912, US Senate Commerce Comitteeissued it's official report on the RMS TITANIC. The Comittee Chairman cited an 'indefference to danger'by Captain Edwin Smith among the causes of the uncessary TITANIC  tragedy

                R.I.P.

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                  Spring Day May 28, 1912, US Senate Commerce Comitteeissued it's official report on the RMS TITANIC. The Comittee Chairman cited an 'indefference to danger'by Captain Edwin Smith among the causes of the uncessary TITANIC  tragedy

                  R.I.P.

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                    Saving themselves: Survivors from the sinking Titanic are pictured rowing towards the rescue ship the Carpathia

                     

                    Royal Mail Ship TITANIC Survivors row for their life to the "CARPATHIA" rescue ship

                    Imagine how they felt when they saw that ship???

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                      Saving themselves: Survivors from the sinking Titanic are pictured rowing towards the rescue ship the Carpathia

                       

                      Royal Mail Ship TITANIC Survivors row for their life to the "CARPATHIA" rescue ship

                      Imagine how they felt when they saw that ship???

                      EddessaKnight

                      The man who built the Titanic After the construction of Titanic, a reporter asked him how safe the Titanic would be.
                      With an ironic tone he said: 'Not even God can sink it' The result:

                      I think you all know what happened to the unsinkable RMS TITANIC!

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                        The man who built the Titanic After the construction of Titanic, a reporter asked him how safe the Titanic would be.
                        With an ironic tone he said: 'Not even God can sink it' The result:

                        I think you all know what happened to the unsinkable RMS TITANIC!

                        EddessaKnight Note

                        RMS TITANIC MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE:

                        "MY LOVE WILL GO ON" Note ~Celine Dion

                        Robin Wright Penn in Warner Brothers

                         

                        Message Beneath The Waves

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                          UNCORKING THE GENIE INSIDE

                          Message in a bottle is not just a pirate movie cliche. It's a form of communication that has been used throughout history for serious purposes. England's Queen Elizabeth I even appointed an official "Uncorker of Ocean Bottles." And as recently as 2005, a message in a bottle saved the lives of 88 refugees adrift in the Caribbean Sea on a damaged boat. Glass, it turns out, is an excellent container for carrying sea-born dispatches. It lasts a long time and can even survive hurricanes. In accordance with the astrological omens, I nominate "message in a bottle" to be your metaphor for the rest of 2012. One way to apply this theme is as follows: Create a message you'd like to send to the person you will be in five years, perhaps a declaration of what your highest aspirations will be between now and then. Write it on paper and stash it in a bottle. Store your time capsule in a place you won't forget, and open it in 2017.

                                               
                          Have Fun Across the Seas of Time
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                            UNCORKING THE GENIE INSIDE

                            Message in a bottle is not just a pirate movie cliche. It's a form of communication that has been used throughout history for serious purposes. England's Queen Elizabeth I even appointed an official "Uncorker of Ocean Bottles." And as recently as 2005, a message in a bottle saved the lives of 88 refugees adrift in the Caribbean Sea on a damaged boat. Glass, it turns out, is an excellent container for carrying sea-born dispatches. It lasts a long time and can even survive hurricanes. In accordance with the astrological omens, I nominate "message in a bottle" to be your metaphor for the rest of 2012. One way to apply this theme is as follows: Create a message you'd like to send to the person you will be in five years, perhaps a declaration of what your highest aspirations will be between now and then. Write it on paper and stash it in a bottle. Store your time capsule in a place you won't forget, and open it in 2017.

                                                 
                            Have Fun Across the Seas of Time
                            EddessaKnight

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                            I do not sell bottles, corks or gennies- but do insert own dreams for the future

                            Across oceans of time, dreams can come true!

                            EddessaKnight

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                              Message in Bottle Found after 35 Years - EmailIT HAPPENS  :-)

                              NOTA BENE to thy self, if you're thinking about putting a message in a bottle & casting it on the living waters, don't forget to put your self return name & contact info on it -- you just might find it again. Thirty-five years after Sean Keown set afloat a glass bottle stuffed with a handwritten note at a favorite swimming hole along the White River in Rochester, Vermont, 14-year-old Justin Shepard found it, 75 miles away. Even though the bottle was uncorked when he found it near the Bellows Falls dam, the soggy note was still readable. Sheppard called the phone number to no avail. He turned to the Internet instead, where he was able to track down the note's writer. Shepard mailed a copy of the note to Keown, and it arrived last week.

                              Keown, then in elementary school, had promised the finder a reward. He may have had a candy bar or perhaps a soda in mind when he wrote those words. Luckily for Shepard, Keown is now thinking cash $$$

                               

                              TRANSMITTER @ SEA?

                              EddessaKnight