On a different note – paranormal, astrologist and other superstitious stand about the Titanic sinking has got to do with the changing of its name. They said the Quaballah numerology has altered its fate when it was changed. They say numerology have a big impact on our lives, when we were born, we were given names that is destined to mark our fate. No one has the same identical calculations – when you change it, you change the course of your fate. Check on Hubpages site, I read some interesting article about the numbers. The ship that was replaced by Titanic was originally called Majestic. Titanic was the Four Hundredth and One (401) ship that was made and was also called “Ship 401” by Harland and Wollfs. Titanic was the 2nd of the 3 Olympic Class Ocean Liners, the others RMS Olympic and the HMHS Britannic(called Gigantic originally). The Olympic sailed for 24 years and gained a very good reputation as the “Old Reliable”. Britannic however sank too when it struck a mine in the Greek Is of Kea. Numerologist and the Quaballah stated both ships that sunk would’ve had the same glorious fate as the Olympic if their names were not altered or changed. Again, this is only an insight. Thanks for the Blog Craig, you are one of the best.

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On April 15th 1912, the RMS Titanic, billed as unsinkable, sank into the icy waters of the North Atlantic after hitting an iceberg on its maiden voyage, killing 1,517 people, of the 2,200 on board. It was 2:20 am, and about 400 miles south of Newfoundland, Canada.

The United Kingdom’s White Star Line built the Titanic to be the most luxurious cruise ship in the world. It was nearly 900 feet long and more than 100 feet high. The Titanic could reach speeds of 30 knots and was thought to be the world’s fastest ship. With its individualized watertight compartments, it was seen as virtually unsinkable.

The Titanic was designed by the Irish shipbuilder William Pirrie and built in Belfast, and was thought to be the world’s fastest ship. It spanned 883 feet from stern to bow, and its hull was divided into 16 compartments that were presumed to…

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