- Isu (? - ?)
- Nikola Tesla (1874 - ?)
- Thomas Edison (? - ?)
- Henry Ford (? - ?)
- Adolf Hitler (? - 1945)
- Assassins (1945 - ?)
The painting was also the earliest known pictorial representation of firearms, and the gold ball was thought to have represented an early grenade. Clay Kaczmarek also included a hidden message in his glyph that held this painting; a line of binary code that read "Sumerian Me 23", likely referencing the Apple to be the "Sumerian divine weaponry" that inspired the Chinese to invent gunpowder and early weapons.
The first known human possessor of the Apple was Nikola Tesla, who found it in his home country of Croatia. When Tesla began his experiments and intended to make free, unlimited electricity available to all, the Templars began their campaign to stop him.
Thomas Edison sent a letter to J. P. Morgan urging him to cut funding to Tesla's experiments, and to tell other investors to avoid Tesla. Edison also began publicly slandering Tesla and his experiments, including conducting his own "experiment" to prove that Tesla's electricity could kill people by electrifying an elephant.
At some point later, the Templars broke into Tesla's lab, stole the Apple, and used it to drive Tesla insane.
Edison was granted possession of the Apple afterwards, and later lent it to Henry Ford, who used it to manipulate assembly line workers for profit. However, Ford shipped the Apple to Europe "as per instructions", where it came into the possession of Adolf Hitler just before the Nazi Party took power in Germany to begin World War II.
Hitler used the Apple to cause Germany's rise from their recession, to become one of the major forces of World War II. He also possibly used the Apple to create a double, which he was supposed to execute inside the bunker, allowing him to flee and meet up with Winston Churchill.