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Truly Stranger Than Fiction

Truly Stranger Than Fiction

Sometimes life can truly be Stranger Than fiction. In this part of our website we’re going to explore some amazing events that actually happened. Even though some of this May sounds like fiction it is all based on 100% fact We will go over many topics in this category. In the first set of events we would like to talk about THAT are truly strange, and you’ll see what we mean as we look at the lives of two of the most famous politicians in American history, Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy, and how their lives were so identical. These two politicians should seem Worlds Apart’ I mean both of them lived in different eras and different times.

“Abraham Lincoln was born February 12th 1809 and John F Kennedy was born May 29, 1917 And yet if you look at the events in their lives, they were very similar you would almost swear that John F Kennedy was reliving Abraham Lincoln’s life. Here’s a quick rundown of exactly what I’m talking about.

Both presidents were elected to the House of Representatives in ’46.
Both presidents were non-masons and both of their successors were masons (non-mason presidents replaced with mason power).
Both were losing candidates for their party’s vice-presidential nomination in ’56.
Both presidents were elected to the presidency in ’60.
Both died after being shot in the head.
Lincoln defeated incumbent Vice President John C. Breckinridge for the presidency in 1860; Kennedy defeated incumbent Vice President Richard M. Nixon for the presidency in 1960.
Both their predecessors were the last presidents to be born in their respective centuries.
Both their predecessors left office in their seventies and retired to Pennsylvania. James Buchanan, whom Lincoln succeeded, retired to Lancaster Township; Dwight D. Eisenhower, whom Kennedy succeeded, retired to Gettysburg. They both then died before the end of the decade.
Both their Vice Presidents and successors were Southern Democrats named Johnson (Andrew Johnson and Lyndon B. Johnson) who were born in ’08.
Both presidents were concerned with issues affecting Black Americans and made their views strongly known in ’63. Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1862, which took effect in 1863. In 1963, Kennedy presented his reports to Congress on issues related to the Civil Rights Movement, and in June of that year delivered his Civil Rights Address on radio and television in which he proposed the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Both presidents, and their successors, conferred with a nationally known black leader about civil rights. Both Lincoln and Andrew Johnson conferred with Frederick Douglass. Both Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson conferred with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Both presidents were known for their wit and eloquence, and both frequently quoted Shakespeare and the Bible in their speeches.
Both presidents had been captains of ships in their private lives: Lincoln on a river boat, and Kennedy on PT-109.
Each president suffered from a genetic disease. Lincoln had Marfan’s syndrome. Kennedy had Addison’s disease.
Both presidents were shot in the head on a Friday seated beside their wives. Both Fridays preceded a major holiday observed within the week.
Both assassinations occurred in a city that was the 14th largest in the nation according to the most recent census taken in ’60.
During the assassination, they were sitting in an alphabetical pattern. Their spouses first name and both president’s last name. J,K,L,M- Jackie, Kennedy, Lincoln, Mary. Jackie was seated to the left of Kennedy and Mary to the right of Lincoln.
Both presidents were accompanied by another couple.
The male companion of the other couple was wounded by the assassin.
Both presidents fathered four children, and had a son die during his presidency.
Both presidents had only one child survive into the next century. That child served another president by political appointment.
Both presidents’ wives died in their sixties after an untimely decline in health, during the administration of a president who had been in the same party as their husbands in Washington, D.C. the same year as the assassination (Mary Todd Lincoln died during the presidency of Chester A. Arthur. Arthur had attended President Lincoln’s 1865 inauguration. Jacqueline Kennedy died during the presidency of Bill Clinton. Clinton met President Kennedy in 1963 during a Boys State summer program).
Lincoln was shot by John Wilkes Booth at Ford’s Theatre; Kennedy was shot by Lee Harvey Oswald in a Lincoln automobile, made by Ford.
Both presidents’ last names have 7 letters.
Both assassins’ full names have 15 letters.
Both while in their 30’s married 24 year old women, who spoke fluent French.
Both were related to a U.S. Senator, Attorney General,ambassador to Great Britain and the mayor of Boston.
Both were born as second children.
Each assassin committed his crime in the building where he was employed.
Both presidents were purportedly smiling immediately before the assassination began.
After shooting Lincoln, Booth ran from a theatre to a warehouse; after shooting Kennedy, Oswald ran from a warehouse to a theatre.
Both assassins died in the same month as their victim in a state adjacent to the state of their birth.
Both assassins were shot and killed with a Colt revolver.
Both assassins were Southern white males born in the late ’30s, who were in their mid-20s, and were 5’8″ in height with hazel eyes and brown hair.
Both assassins were sympathetic to a government that opposed the United States, and both had once resided within that government’s borders.
Both assassins were killed before being tried, by men who were reared in the North, changed their name as adults, and were bachelors.
Both assassins suffered injuries during escape.
Both assassins fled using modes of transportation they did not own. Booth rented a horse, Oswald rode a bus.
Both presidents had body guards named William, William H. Crook told Lincoln not to go to the assassination point, William Greer drove JFK to the assassination point.
Both bodyguards named William died within 48 hours of being aged 75 years, 5 months.
Presidential security was heavily criticized, after each assassination, for being too lax.
Lincoln sat in box number 7 at Ford’s Theater; Kennedy sat in car number 7 in the motorcade.
The doctors who primarily attended to each president were both named Charles. Dr. Charles Leale treated Lincoln. Dr. Charles Crenshaw treated Kennedy.
Each president died in a place with the initials “P.H.” Lincoln died at the Petersen House and Kennedy died at Parkland Hospital.
Kennedy was the second president in U.S. history who issued interest-free money. The first was Lincoln, who issued greenbacks to finance the American Civil War.
Coincidence (not part of the above list) – Both Lincoln and Kennedy were carried in coffins with no pallbearer’s handles. Lincoln’s body was placed in a plain pine box with no handles. It was carried out of the Petersen house with hands underneath the bottom of the box. Kennedy was placed in a bronze coffin, which wouldn’t fit through the Eastern Airlines aircraft door; the pallbearer’s handles were forcibly removed to board the plane (Lyndon Johnson boarded Air Force One as the newly sworn President). Esquire Magazine; Manhunt, Swanson (2006).” Source wikipedia.org

There is also a a lot of people that believe this is Evidence of Reincarnation Through Coincidence and Synchronicity check out /www.near-death.com/

Dr. John K. Lattimer (1914–2007) was an expert on the Lincoln assassination as well as the Kennedy family’s autopsy expert. This is what he had to say about the Lincoln and Kennedy assassinations in his book Kennedy and Lincoln: Medical and Ballistic Comparisons of Their Assassinations: “The assassination of President John F. Kennedy has turned out to be almost a replay of the assassinations of President Abraham Lincoln, point by point. The similarities, coincidences, and associations are so striking as to be worthy of assembling in the epilogue that follows.” Dr. Lattimer devoted the entire epilogue of his book (pages 335-365) to these similarities, coincidences, and associations. As you will see in these articles, the evidence is overwhelming.

At www.near-death.com they go into a little bit more detail on this and have done a lot of research on this subject. Very interesting stuff.

Some may believe that these events have a supernatural component behind them, and some may believe it is divine intervention and others may just see them as mere coincidence, but the big question is what do you believe?

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