The Peace of God to all that belong to the Light,
In 1926 an unsual futuristiic novel on American Politics was published in Brazil, although it was intended to be sold in the American Market the fact
is that the culture of the racial segregation didn't allow even to be published at that time in English.
There are remarkable coincidences in between the Novel O Presidente Negro! by the Brazilian author Monteiro Lobato and what became the election of
the first African American in the US History for the White house: Barack Obama.
Some synchronicities that can be mentioned are:
1) The Black President, predicted to be elected for a year determined by the combination of the digits 2 and 8 when the US population will be about
300 million people. ( in the novel Jim Roy is elected in 2228 , but in reality Obama was elected in 2008)
2) A world interconnected and moved through Internet: “people will not go to the office everyday in a streetcar, they will work at home and will
radiate the job done to the office”,
3) In a time of genetic technology and cosmetic industry: " when medicine would be highly advanced, able to create doubles of human beings as clones;
and people would have their hair straightened".
4) The fact that the President is black, elected running against a democratic rival that is a blonde woman, but also against the reelection of a
Republican white man.
5) The final winner is the “Black President.” At that time, the US population would be 314 million people, while in 2008 when Barack Obama was
elected it was approximately 304 million,
6) In real life the republican opposition several times has accused Obama to try to lead America toward a kind of Dictatorship, in the book of
Lobato the last name of his black President is Roy, that in French translates King.
7) Also for incredible that it appears, Barack Obama has a half Brother, with whom he doesn't have a really nice relationship, that is named Malik
Roy in Africa.
8) In Lobato's Novel Jim Roy became elected first time President running against the feminist Evelyn Astor, a white woman. This is also interesting
since no body is closer in aspects of work team to Hillary Clinton that Mrs Evelyn Lieberman, who performed as the White House Chief of Staff when she
was First lady and as subsecretary of State for public diplomacy and public affairs during her time as head of he State Secretary.
Pls Check: en.wikipedia.org...
9) In the book Jim Roy Wilde is elected the 88th President of the USA, in reality Barack Obama became the 44th US President, both numbers have
repeated digits and are multiples each one of the other.
Pls also check the following related links:
Barack Obama in Prophecies
Tom Phillips talking about Monteiro Lobato Novel
O Presidente Negro ou O Choque das Raças (The Black President, or the Racial Shock)
The black President commented by Manuela
Lobato Monteirro in the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction
The book, however, offers an unexpected outcome: Lobato wrote. 'As the day had dawned The first black American President Jim Roy had been found
dead in his work office.
As a member of São Paulo's Eugenic Society since 1918, Lobato was concerned with issues of public health that plagued Brazil's rural population,
which inspired him to create the figure of the country bumpkin named Jeca Tatu. Lobato's only work of science fiction is his O presidente negro ["The
Black President"] (1926 as O choque das raças; vt 1945) [for vts and subtitles, see Checklist], which offers a portrait of American society and
Anglo-American culture in the year 2228 as observed by two Brazilians via a Time Viewer machine -
See more at: www.sf-encyclopedia.com...
What do you Think? if all these are more than mere coincidences and the Brazilian writer subconciously perceived an actual causal line of future
Obama could die in office isnt it?
The thread is opened to discussion for people interested in political fiction literature but also for the ones that are fans of strange cases of
paranormal inspiration in Authors of the past.
The Angel of Lightness
edit on 1/13/2016 by The angel of light because: (no reason given)