Dr. Robert Ballard was right from the beginning. The Titanic is a grave site. The coordinates should have been held top-secret, as Ballard’s initial discovery expedition was part of a compensation package and cover story by the U.S. Navy for Ballard to find the wrecks of the USS Thresher and USS Scorpion, two early nuclear submarines.
I have been a Titanic-phile since Ballard’s discovery in September of ARSH 1985, just as I was starting the third grade. But I have intentionally never gone to any Titanic exhibitions with items recovered from the wreck, because it has always seemed to me to be a species of grave robbing. There is no reason for people to be descending to the Titanic wreck. It’s macabre.
And now the Titanic is a double monument: there are fresh bodies in the graveyard, victims of their own imprudence, recklessness, greed, and now with the 21st century Luciferian twist of suicidal devotion to the cult of wokeness and its intrinsic despisal of competence and merit.
A crush-depth compression would be as fast as a gunshot to the head. Let’s pray they had just enough warning to call upon the Name of the Lord.
And let’s hope that this is the end of interference or creepy tourism of the Titanic, and that all of the dead, including the five from this week, are left in peace.