My Life: Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln was born on the 12th February 1809 in Hodgenville, Kentucky, to parents Thomas and Nancy Lincoln.

In the years, 1834, 1836, 1838 and 1840 Lincoln won his seat, and served on the Illinois Legislature.  He was a member of the Whig party until 1856, when he became a Republican.

Lincoln became a lawyer in 1836, and in 1842 married Mary Todd.  The couple were blessed with four children.

In 1846, he ran for the United States House of Representatives and won his place.  He later ran for the U.S. Senate, even though he failed in his bid, he received some support for the Republican vice-presidential nomination in 1856.

In 1858, debates with Stephen Douglas for the Senatorial race, saw Douglas win and Lincoln gain national recognition.

William Seward was expected to be the Republican nominee, for the Presidential election.  Things don’t always go as planned.  For on the 6th November 1860, Abraham Lincoln the son of a carpenter and farmer had grabbed the peoples heart’s becoming the 16th President of the United States.

With Lincoln’s election, the Southern states feared Republican control in government.  Lincoln had no choice, but to put down the south, and save the Union.  He was forced to raise an army.

On the 1st January 1863, the “Emancipation Proclamation” came into effect, a declaration of freedom for slaves, within the Confederacy areas.

On the 19th November 1863, Lincoln stepped forward with his Gettysburg Address, dedicated to the soldiers who had lost their lives.

Lincoln passed the “Homestead Act,” which allowed poor people of the east, to acquire lands in the west.  He went on to create a national currency and a banking network.  He also signed a bill, offering protection for American Industry, creation of the transcontinental railroad; it was designed to prevent foreign intervention during the Civil War.

In 1864 Ulysses S Grant, became general of the armies, and Lincoln was re-elected as President.

General Lee Surrender

Surrender of General Robert E Lee

On the 9th April 1865, General Robert E Lee surrendered to Ulysses S Grant outside the White House.

Abraham Lincoln announced he would support an act, which would support voting rights for certain blacks.  This infuriated a racist and Southern sympathizer, the actor John Wilkes Booth, who hated what President Lincoln stood for.

On the 14th April 1865, Booth discovered Abraham Lincoln was to attend Ford’s Theatre in Washington with his wife.

Booth and his small band of conspirator’s had planned to murder Abraham Lincoln, Vice President Andrew Johnson, and Secretary of State William Seward.

Assassination-of-President Abraham Lincoln

Booth’s conspirator’s had failed in their objectives, but Booth had not accepted failure as an option.  On that night, Booth had slipped into the Presidential Box and shot the President, Abraham Lincoln in the back of the head, with his derringer.

John Wilkes Booth jumped from the presidential box breaking his leg in the fall, onto the stage, and quoted the state motto of Virginia: “Sic simper tyrannis” and yelled out, the south is avenged.  He hobbled out of the theatre, escaping on horseback into the night, and rode out into the Maryland countryside.

President Lincoln on his death-bed

Abraham Lincoln on his deathbed

The mortally wounded Lincoln was carried to a rooming house across the street, from the theatre.  Government officials along with his wife gathered round, and on the morning of the 15th April 1865, Abraham Lincoln died.

Andrew Johnson was sworn in as President on the 15th April 1865 at Kirkwood House.

The nation mourned the death of Lincoln, and wanted justice.

Booth Reward Poster

John Wilkes Booth became the most wanted man in the country.  Help he had expected from southern sympathizers never materialised.  He managed to cross the Potomac and reach Virginia, but was shunned by his southerners.

Lincoln’s body laid in state at the East Room of the White House, on the 19th April 1865.

Lincoln's Funeral Train

On the 21st April the body of Abraham Lincoln was taken to Springfield, Illinois.  On the 4th May he was buried in the Lincoln Tomb in Oak Ridge Cemetery.

John Wilkes Booth

John Wilkes Booth

The murder John Wilkes Booth, had barricaded himself in a Virginian barn, surrounded on all sides by troops, who wanted his blood.  On the 26th April 1865, he died from his wounds.

Booth’s conspirator’s were rounded up, and put on trial by a military tribunal.  Convicted participants David Herold, Lewis Paine, George Atzerodt and Mary Suratt were hanged.

Abraham Lincoln, America’s 16th President of the United States will be remembered, for the role he played in preserving the Union during the Civil War.

During his time in office, he pushed for the abolition of slavery in the United States… An act which would take many years to reach fruition.

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John F Kennedy

John F Kennedy

On the 29th May 1917, John F Kennedy was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, to parents Joseph and Rose Kennedy.

In August of 1943, as commander of Patrol Torpedo boat (PT-109), was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps medal for his act of heroism.  PT-109 was struck by a Japanese destroyer, and despite serious injuries to himself, led the survivors through perilous waters to safety.

Following the Second World War, became a Democratic Congressman and advanced in 1953 to the Senate.

On the 12th September 1953, John F Kennedy married Jacqueline Bouvier, and were blessed with two children; Caroline (1957) and John (1961).

In 1955, wrote the book, “Profiles in Courage,” which won him the Pulitzer Prize in History.

On the 2nd January 1960, he announced his intention to run for President…  John F Kennedy, became the youngest man, and the first Roman Catholic President of the United States.  At his inaugural address to fellow American’s on the 20th January 1961, he asked of all American’s:  “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country.”

 The Cold War was in full swing, when Kennedy assumed the post, as President, and Cuba declared its allegiance to the Soviet Union.  It looked as though World War Three was inevitable.  To break tensions, JFK ordered the Bay of Pigs invasion.

October 1962, a tense period of the Cold War.  For thirteen long days, the United States and Soviet Union faced off against each other, with the might of their missiles.

War was averted, missiles were withdrawn, diplomacy talks between Kennedy and Khrushchev led to peace.  How close they had come…

The Cuban Missile Crisis, saw Kennedy and diplomacy at its finest, he had averterd war, but his master’s the Illuminati, were not happy with the outcome.

The Illuminati expected JFK to invade Cuba, but he chose the route of diplomacy… He left them with na alternative, but to dispose of him, and replace him with another.  One who would do right by the Illuminati.

President John F Kennedy was assassinated around 12-30pm on the 22nd November 1963, as his motorcade drove slowly through the streets of Dallas, with his wife; Jacqueline at his side.  Streets full of smiling, waving crowds, were shocked, as shots rang out; Kennedy had been struck twice, once to the neck, the other to his head.  President Kennedy was pronounced dead, upon arrival at Hospital.

Within hours Lee Harvey Oswald, known to have Communist sympathies, a known Illuminist who had been recruited through New World Order Channels, for his time spent in the Soviet Union and Mexico, was arrested for the President’s murder.

Vice-President Lyndon B Johnson was sworn in as the new President, some two hours after the assassination, on board “Air Force One.”

At a late-night press conference, Oswald denied killing Kennedy, claiming to be a patsy for the Illuminati.

Oswald, a former U.S. Marine, who had defected to the Soviet Union, returning to the United States with his Russian wife.  On the 24th November, Oswald was being moved to Dallas County Jail.  Anidst media and detectives, Jack Ruby shot Oswald in the stomach, claiming it as an impulse action to the President’s murder.

Unconsciously, the American people, felt Kennedy was their hero, he who would shield them from a dangerous world.  Their hero had been slain… and grief took hold.

“The greatest leader of our time had been struck down by the foulest deed of our time.”  By Lyndon B Johnson (US President – 27th November 1963.

 The actions taken by John F Kennedy, in his eyes, would see world peace.  That was a risk, one he was prepared to take, cross swords so to speak, with those who put him in power.

 The Cuban Missile Crisis, proved to be a big gain for U.S. diplomacy and the Kennedys, but a major blow to the Illuminati.

For the Illuminati, the Secret Society, this was a major loss to them.  A nuclear war, would see the creation of a single power.  Soviet Union eliminated by America, and a single economic power would remain; NATO.  Large parts of the world in ruins, and so steps in the Illuminati, who would re-design hardest hit countries, through banking and finance.  The world would be as one, a single Kennedy broke ranks with his masters, the illuminate who put him in a position of power.  He pursued peace, through talks with Khrushchev, in opposition to the will of Illuminati.  He believed peace in the world, was far more important than serving his satanic masters.  He prevented a nuclear war, and as a result paid for it with his life…

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Marquise de Brinvilliers Crime Wave


Marquise de Brinvilliers

The Marquise de Brinvilliers, a high society lady from the upper crust stomping grounds of Marais, Paris, was to make headline news, as it had been revealed, she had murdered her father, brothers, and attempted murder of her husband, by using poison.

It is believed she acquired her knowledge of poisons, whilst working as a volunteer at the Hotel Dieu (Hospital).  She used her position to administer her own poisons, taking note of their effects upon the patients.  Hospitals were overflowing with patients, and no one would question the high death rate…

Her crime wave can be traced back to her father, the Marquis de Brinvilliers, who had married her off to a man she had no love for.  She loathed her husband, and had an affair… that seems to be a common choice among the aristocratic elements in France.

Godon de St.Croix, her lover was released from prison, and using his new found knowledge, the pair set about poisoning off her family members, one by one.

Her father the Marquis de Brinvilliers, was first on her list, and at her trial she is quoted as saying; he deserved it.

She next turned her attentions to her brother’s hoping to inherit their money.

Next on the list, her husband, a pre-arranged marriage was next to go, or so she thought.  For Godon de St.Croix her accomplice must have had a conscious for he warned her husband, giving him an antidote.  It is said he survived, with a badly damaged digestive tract.

Godon de St.Croix her accomplice died, believed to have been by natural causes, but no one can be sure.

She was to make a grave mistake, pushing for the return of a casket, which had been taken into police custody.  The contents of the casket were letters, recipes poisons and their effects, enough information to prove her guilt in these deaths.

Brinvilliers fled France to safety in England, but was apprehended by Police Lieutenant la Reynie of Paris, who was hot on her tail, and brought her back to face trial in Paris.

Marquise-de-Brinvilliers Torture 1

Torture of Marquise de Brinvilliers

She was tortured at the Conciergerie where she admitted her crimes in great detail, and then taken to the Hotel de Ville for execution.

She being a noble lady by birth was first beheaded, and her body burned, as a heretic by law.

The execution attracted many.  According to the words of Marquise de Sevigne sent to her daughter.  “Brinvilliers is in the air.  Her poor little body was thrown after the execution into a very big fire, and the ashes to the winds, so that we shall breathe her, and through the communication of the subtle spirits, we shall develop some poisoning urge which will astonish all.”

What a prophetic statement it was.  In 1680, four years after the Brinvilliers crime wave, it came to light other noble women were dispatching their unwanted husband’s to a higher realm.  The poisons they purchased were known as “poudres de succession.”

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