posted on Apr, 30 2011 @ 05:46 PM
It is hard to say who was the first one to pay attention to the enigma of the untimely death of American presidents elected in years divisible by 20.
This phenomenon is now the subject of numerous studies of specialists in magic and numerology. They are still concerned whether this is a coincidence
In 1840 William Henry Harrison was elected the U.S. president. He died before the end of his term in office. In 1860 Abraham Lincoln became president,
and was later assassinated. Heads of the White House elected in 1880 (James A. Garfield), 1900 (William McKinley) and 1920 (Warren G. Harding), also
died for various reasons before the end of their terms.
SharePrint version Font Size Send to friend Publication of this phenomenon in the American press saw light only in 1923 (year of death of Harding).
In 1927, the "Presidential series" appeared in one of the books on numerology, but on the eve of the elections in 1940 a long article on the topic
was published in a numerological journal. Furthermore, it was noticed that there is a "sequence of the fourth president: from Harrison, every fourth
U.S. president, too, died before the end of his term in office. These were: Zachary Taylor, elected in 1848 (4th after Harrison), Lincoln (4th after
Taylor), Garfield (4th after Lincoln) and McKinley (4th after Garfield). The length of their terms did not matter. Numerology experts have warned that
this sequence may continue.
Where did the mysterious spell come from?
In 1940, the head of the White House Franklin D. Roosevelt was re-elected for the third term. In 1944 he was re-elected for the fourth time. In
the same year he passed away. Is it worth mentioning that Roosevelt was the 4th U.S. president after Harding?
Along with Roosevelt in 1940, 40-year old Wendell Willkie ran in the election. He was not afraid of the terrible double prophecy he was aware of. He
scored quite a large number of votes, but still lost to Roosevelt. Despite this, Willkie died before the end of the term of his competitor. Is it a
Perhaps if Roosevelt had resigned in 1944, the "twenty-year curse" and "sequence of the 4th president" would lose its force. But he decided to run
for the fourth term. The fate continued to hover over the White House and U.S. presidents. Elected in 1960, John F. Kennedy fell from the hands of
Did the sinister series ended with John F. Kennedy's death? Apparently, after his violent death the curse has lost its power.