Fair and Square  By Timothy Spearman

Just to be on the level with those Squares in the Oval Office,
no one has yet managed to put Square blocks in round holes.
Would that they measuring by degree were made to measure
so that installed masonry would square measure for measure.
Worshipful masters unfit for Solemn Temples in them reside.
Hiram Abif knows great headaches do confound the temples.
There are more sore temples among students of Temple Bar;
watch them holding their heads after completing a Bar Exam.
No wonder the twin pillars of the Temple folded in New York;
the masonry of the Temple didn’t square at the right angles;
As a matter of degree, the 33rd Degree was too hot to handle.
Each president knows very well why he gets his fingers burnt.
Being the Grand Master of the Order is just too high an order
to show strength and foundation for the benefit of the nation.

 

Titanic Ship Of Fools

 

This radio play has been updated by Andy Peacher to appeal more to the modern audience. Nothing we have learned from tradition is true. The White Star Line was owned by the Jesuit Order of the Catholic Church, which knew that the best place to murder people was at sea, where there were fewer witnesses, and where the Official Secrets Act could be invoked so that sailors could be compelled to keep silence.

 

There were 3 prominent U.S. bankers on board, Isidor Strauss, John Astor and Benjamin Guggenheim. They were staunch opponents of the Aldrich Bill introduced in Congress to inaugurate the Federal Reserve Bank. Vatican banker J. P. Morgan switched the sister ships the Olympic and the Titanic. And Captain Smith, a Jesuit of the short robe took charge of the Olympic masquerading as Titanic. All three bankers died.

 

Amazingly, another enemy of the Jesuits, who opposed a Federal Bank and wished to issue greenback interest free treasury notes, was Abraham Lincoln, who was shot April 14 and died April 15, 1865. The Titanic would suffer its fatal blow on April 14 when it was rammed in the middle of the night by a Navy ship and sank April 15 at 0230 Hours.

 

This radio play puts James Cameron’s film to shame by revealing the truth so grossly at odds with the traditional fairy tale. Grab a coffee, cookies and milk or Earl Grey tea or whatever you fancy and kick back and enjoy.

 

Tim Spearman, John Hamer & Andy Peacher bring you Titanic: Ship of Fools

 

A HUGE THANK YOU TO

Hugh Reilly and thatchannel

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Lee Pritchard for mastering the recording

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Videographer Andy Peacher

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The Radio play was written by Timothy Spearman

Titanic Deception

inspired by a story line suggested by John Hamer.

 John Wilkes Booth’s Mummy

Above is an image of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth. He was supposed to have been cornered in a manhunt that led to a tobacco shed, which was set on fire to flush him out. He purportedly died in the fire, presumably succumbing to smoke inhalation. His body was allegedly rescued from the fire and identified by those asked to view the body. Not so, says Finnis Bates, a lawyer who met the real John Wilkes Booth, who spent his life on the run, operating under two aliases, John St. Helen, and late in life, David E. George. Originally, meeting the assassin over a small legal matter, Bates later became so absorbed with tracking the assassin that he turned the enterprise into his life’s work, recording the epic journey in a book titled, The Escape and Suicide of John Wilkes Booth.

You are tasked with the job of locating it. Where is the mummy today? Call it a treasure hunt of sorts. See if you can determine its whereabouts.