THE TITANIC ~ THE LUSITANIA ~ THE MAURETANIA ~ THE OLYMPIC: TRAGEDY OF GRANDEUR ON THE HIGH SEAS AND THE (UNSUBSTANTIATED) UTLEY CURSE DECONSTRUCTED

THE UNSINKABLE TITANIC ON HER FIRST VOYAGE:  

LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK CITY

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The TITANIC struck an iceberg on April the 14 of 1912 at 11:40 PM and sank a few hours later. It was early morning of April 15, 1912. They were four days out to sea on their way to New YorK City.

UTLEY COAT OF ARMS

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The UTLEYS were GOTHIC before Gothic was in. The UTLEYS are world renowned for being so far ahead of their time, if pitted [in a foot race] against the speed of light, the speed of sound, your dealers stash, or your greyhound who goes by the name, “Speedy Gonzalez”, (I didn’t name him), haven’t a snowball’s chance in hell of besting even the lamest UTLEY. Although there is no such thing as a LAME UTLEY, there may be cripples perhaps, but you will never hear anyone refer to an UTLEY as lame (and live to speak of it). 

It is interesting to note that the UTLEY lineage begins with (documentation secured) William the Bastard, the first Norman King of England , and his marriage to Matilda of Flanders,  May 20, 1058. This is when the parish of UTLEY was founded; a  gorgeous piece of land just a stone’s throw away from what is now the city of Leeds, Yorkshire, England. Even now, nearly one thousand years later, UTLEY parish remains barely unchanged in architecture or attitudes of its brilliant offspring. All men and women of UTLEY are above average.

It is interesting to note that the UTLEY lineage begins with (documentation secured) William the Bastard, the first Norman King of England , and his marriage to Matilda of Flanders,  May 20, 1058. This is when the parish of UTLEY was founded; a  gorgeous piece of land just a stone’s throw away from what is now the city of Leeds, Yorkshire, England. Even now, nearly one thousand years later, UTLEY parish remains barely unchanged in architecture or attitudes of its brilliant offspring. All men and women of UTLEY are above average.

THOMAS UTLEY & SONS

The * UTLEYS were one of the leading maritime brass founders in the world, having also produced sidelights for Lusitania and Mauretania. They made many of the brass fittings for the Titanic and Olympic. These included the Titanic’s bells and Gothic patterned windows for the ship’s bars and dining rooms.

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Utley Family Crest, Coat of Arms

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The disasters of the RMS Titanic and the RMS Lusitania were two of the greatest maritime tragedies of their era.

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They were all too similar in scale and loss – the Harland & Wolff, Belfast-built Titanic sinking on its maiden voyage in April of 1912, after colliding with an iceberg in the frigid waters of the Atlantic ocean en route from its final port of call in Queenstown (now Cobh, Co. Cork) to New York. One thousand, five hundred and twenty-three of the 2,240 on board lost their lives, the confidence in one of the grandest ships ever built shattered.

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Titanic’s bells and Gothic patterned windows for the ship’s bars and dining rooms. 

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I know Utley women who speak of premonitions. They even bank on them.

I don’t bank on anything. I don’t trust banks.

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Utleys have been burned or hung in England (and probably in the early American colonies)  for being witches. One documented example is Sarah Utley, hung 1620 in London. Mother Utley was the name her people called her. She was accused of witchcraft when all she really was guilty of was being a bit misunderstood. The Utley women never speak about their clairvoyant powers. Perhaps because society associates premonitions, miracles, telepathic powers, etc., as demonic, satanic or of the dark occult; to be feared when it is just the opposite. It never ceases to amaze me. Almost everything we have taught & think we know is really just the opposite.

ACTUAL LIVE FOOTAGE OF TRAGEDY

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September 13, 1907:

Lusitania arriving in New York on her maiden voyage,

sailing past Battery Park.

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