The first half of Futility introduces the hero, John Rowland. Rowland is a disgraced former US Navy officer, who is now an alcoholic and has fallen to the lowest levels of society. Dismissed from the Navy, he is working as a deckhand on the Titan. On an April night the ship hits the iceberg, capsizing and sinking somewhat before the halfway point of the novel. The second half follows Rowland, as he saves the young daughter of a former lover by jumping onto the iceberg with her. After a number of adventures, in which he fights a polar bear (suffering permanent physical disability due to wounds sustained in the fight) and finds a lifeboat washed up on the iceberg, he is eventually rescued by a passing ship, overcomes his addiction and, over several years, works his way up to a lucrative Government job restoring his former income and position in society. In the closing lines of the story he receives a message from his former lover, pleading for him to visit her and her daughter.Notice the name John Rowland; this is a 33 47 name.
- Rowland = 9+6+5+3+1+5+4 = 33
- John = 10+15+8+14 = 47
The author of the book is Morgan Robertson, a name having much in common with "Knights of Templar".
- Morgan = 4+6+9+7+1+5 = 32
- Robertson = 9+6+2+5+9+2+1+6+5 = 45
- Morgan Robertson = 32+45 = 77
- Knights of Templar = 2+5+9+7+8+2+1+6+6+2+5+4+7+3+1+9 = 77
This book was published 14-years before the wreck of the Titanic. The difference between the name Titan and Titanic is "ic" or "93" in Gematria, a fateful number; also a number worshiped by the elite Occult who practice Thelema.
The signs, they're everywhere.
Read my earlier posts on the Titanic.