The sinking of the RMS Titanic may have been caused by an enormous fire on board, not by hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic, experts have claimed, as new evidence has been published to support the theory. More than 1,500 passengers lost their lives when the Titanic sank on route to New York from Southampton in April 1912. While the cause of the disaster has long been attributed to the iceberg, fresh evidence has surfaced of a fire in the ship’s hull, which researchers say burned unnoticed for almost three weeks leading up to the collision. While experts have previously acknowledged the theory of a fire on board, new analysis of rarely seen photographs has prompted researchers to blame the fire as the primary cause of the ship’s demise. Dec. 2 https://goo.gl/Bk77AD
With a Mars-Neptune conjunction taking place in the heavens, like the Indonesian ferry accident yesterday, we once again have news that relates to a disaster at sea. A chart for the current New Moon at London, where the news comes from, is shown here. Notice that the ongoing Jupiter-Zeus-Uranus-Pluto T-square straddles the meridian with Mars-S.Node-Neptune also in hard aspect to the MC. The TNP Zeus, among other things, is linked to fires. Conjunct Uranus (also in the fire sign Aries) and the IC (4th house cusp) is the star Baten Kaitos, zeta Ceti, [22ar07] in the Sea Monster’s belly. Baten Kaiotos is one of the most frequently found stars involved in shipwrecks . The fourth house rules history or things from the past so we are discovering (Jupiter-Uranus brings about scientific discoveries) the true cause of the sinking of the Titanic.
The Mars-S.Node-Neptune conjunction is contained in the Arabic lunar mansion Sa'd al-Akhbiyah. This lunar mansion often referred to as the Lucky Star of Hidden Things was associated with a lucky find. Since the South Node also references the past, with Mars-Neptune we have the possibility of a weakened (Neptune) ship hull (Mars rules iron) resulting from a fire being discovered as the real hidden cause of the Titanic disaster.
 Secrets of the Ancient Skies, Diana K. Rosenberg [ v.1, p.98]