Posted Oct 05, 2008
While I’ve seen many Indian Guides over the years, I’ve learned to recognize that they are definitely one of the most powerful natural forces in the Spirit world. If you’re fortunate to have one or more Indian Guides then you’ll have a lot of protection. If you are on the receiving end of their wrath then you have a reason to worry.
My introduction to Spiritual healing came by way of someone with a strange physical pain in his shoulder. This person had a Spiritual attachment and after interrogating him I found out that he had violated an Indian burial ground looking for artifacts. He was cursed and didn’t even know that something had attached to his Aura. I know for sure that you don’t want to mess with the Native Indian Brotherhood if you’re thinking of doing something wrong to them.
Tecumseh was a Native American leader who spent much of his life trying to rally disparate tribes in mutual defense of their lands. The curse, arose out of his loss to General Harrison at the Battle of Tippecanoe on 7 November 1811.
Tecumseh is said to have declared:
“Harrison will not win this year to be the Great Chief. But he may win next year. If he does…He will not finish his term. He will die in his office.’ ‘No president has ever died in office,’ declared a visitor. ‘But Harrison will die I tell you. And when he dies you will remember my brother Tecumseh’s death. You think that I have lost my powers. I who caused the sun to darken and Red Men to give up firewater. But I tell you Harrison will die. And after him, every Great Chief chosen every 20 years thereafter will die. And when each one dies, let everyone remember the death of our people.” Abraham Lincoln was elected as the first person to run under the Republican party. On April 9th, General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant thereby ending the rift that was tearing apart the nation. Only five days later on April 14, 1865, Lincoln was assassinated by Southern sympathizer John Wilkes Booth.
In 1880, James Garfield was elected to the presidency. He took office on March 4, 1881. On July 2, 1881,Charles J. Guiteau shot the President which eventually led to his death on September 19,1881. The mentally unbalanced Guiteau was upset because he had been denied a diplomatic post by the Garfield administration. He was eventually hung for his crime in1882.
In 1900, William McKinley was elected to his second term as president. Once again, he defeated his opponent, William Jennings Bryan as he had in 1896. On September 6, 1901, McKinley was shot by Leon F. Czolgosz. McKinley died on September 14th. Czolgosz called himself anarchist and admitted to killing the president because, “…he was the enemy of the people….” He was electrocuted in October, 1901.
In 1920, Warren G. Harding was elected president as a stern response to the Wilson presidency. He is not considered to be among the better presidents to have served. On August 2,1923, Harding was visiting San Francisco on a cross-country Voyage of Understanding to meet people across the nation. He suffered from a stroke and died at the Palace Hotel.
In 1940, Franklin Roosevelt was elected to his third term as president. He would be elected again in 1944. His presidency began in the depths of the Great Depression and ended shortly after the fall of Hitler in World War II. He died on April 12, 1945, of a cerebral hemorrhage. Since he was elected during one of his terms in a year that ended with a zero, he is considered part of Tecumseh’s curse.
In 1960, John F. Kennedy became the youngest elected president. This charismatic leader suffered some highs and lows during his short-term of office including the Bay of Pigs Invasion, the creation of the Berlin Wall, and the Cuban Missile Crisis. On November 22, 1963, Kennedy was riding in a motorcade through Dallas and was assassinated. Lee Harvey Oswald was found to be guilty as a lone gunman by the Warren Commission.
(I was told by Anna Mitchell-Hedges that the Crystal skull she owns actually cried tears on the day that JFK was assassinated. She reported that when she walked in the room where she kept the skull, the floor was literally soaked with water! ) .
In 1970, Richard M. Nixon became the 37th President of the U.S.
*14 April 1972: Milwaukee, Wisconsin native Arthur Bremer arrived in Ottawa, Ontario on April 10 and spent five days in Canada’s national capital in an effort to shoot and kill President Nixon, who was visiting the country during this time. On April 14, Nixon made a public appearance in a limousine at Parliament Hill, which Bremer attended, carrying a loaded revolver in his pocket. The presence of Vietnam War protesters and Canadian nationalists, however, led to increased security surrounding the President, and Bremer had great difficulty getting within firing range of Nixon.
The following month Bremer shot U.S. Democratic Presidential candidate George Wallace, lodging a bullet in his spine and leaving him paralyzed from the waist down for life.
*22 February 1974: Samuel Byck, planned to kill Nixon by crashing a commercial airliner into the White House. Once on the plane, he was informed that it could not take off with the wheel blocks still in place. He shot the pilot and copilot before killing himself.The events surrounding this assassination attempt were portrayed in the film The Assassination of Richard Nixon.
In 1974, Gerald Ford became the 38th President of the U.S.
*5 September 1975: In Sacramento, California, Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme, a follower of Charles Manson, drew a Colt .45 caliber pistol on Ford when he reached to shake her hand in a crowd. There were four cartridges in the pistol’s magazine but the firing chamber was empty. She was soon restrained by a Secret Service agent. Fromme was sentenced to life in prison.
*22 September 1975: In San Francisco, California, Sara Jane Moore fired a revolver at Ford from 40 feet (12 m) away. A bystander, Oliver Sipple, grabbed Moore’s arm and the shot missed Ford. Moore was sentenced to life in prison.
In 1976, Jimmy Carter became the 39th President of the U.S.
*5 May 1979: Ten minutes before Carter was about to speak at the civic center mall in Los Angeles, Raymond Lee Harvey was arrested carrying a pistol. He later told authorities that he and another man were hired to create a diversion so that Mexican hit men armed with sniper rifles could kill Carter. Charges against him were dismissed for lack of evidence.
In 1980, Ronald Reagan became the oldest man to be elected president. He is seen as being an important figure in the breakdown of the former Soviet Union. On March 30, 1981, John Hinckley attempted to assassinate Reagan in Washington, D.C. Reagan was shot but was able to survive with quick medical attention. President Reagan is the first to foil Tecumseh’s curse and some consider it to be broken.
(Nancy Reagan was well aware of the Curse of Tecumseh. She consulted with psychics and mystics in an effort to beat the curse. Nobody will ever know whether it was due to her efforts to combat the curse that Reagan survived in office, she was truly a Guardian Angel in the life of President Ronald Reagan).
In 1988, George H.W. Bush became the 41st President of the U.S.
*13 April 1993: Sixteen men, in the alleged employment of Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, smuggled a car bomb into Kuwait with the intent of killing Bush as he spoke at Kuwait University. The plot was foiled when Kuwaiti officials found the bomb and arrested the suspected assassins. Bush had left office in January 1993.
On 26 June 1993, the U.S. launched a missile attack targeting Baghdad intelligence headquarters in retaliation for the attempted attack against Bush. The Iraqi Intelligence Service, particularly Directorate 14, was accused of being behind the plot.
In 1992, Bill Clinton became the 42nd President of the U.S.
*12 September 1994: Frank Eugene Corder flew a single engine Cessna into the White House lawn, apparently trying to hit the White House. The President and First Family were not home at the time. Corder was the only casualty….
*29 October 1994: Francisco Martin Duran fired at least 29 shots with a semi-automatic rifle at the White House from a fence overlooking the north lawn, thinking that Clinton was among the men in dark suits standing there (Clinton was in the White House Residence watching a football game). A tourist named Harry Rakosky tackled Duran before he could injure anyone. Duran was found to have a suicide note in his pocket and was sentenced to 40 years in prison…
At this point I would like to point out that through deception and control of our election process some of what was predicted to happen was altered and in my view, merely only delayed.
In 2000, George W. Bush was elected (or nominated by the US Supreme Court) after a contentious Court battle, Bush is still in office but has come close to dying. You may recall when Bush choked on a pretzel while alone watching TV, it was rumored that he was drunk when this happened. He presently has the lowest public rating of a President in recorded history.
*7 February 2001: While President George W. Bush was occupied in the White House Residence, Washington, DC, Robert Pickett, standing outside the perimeter fence, discharged a number of shots from a weapon in the direction of the White House ……
*10 May 2005: While President George W. Bush was giving a speech in the Freedom Square in Tbilisi, Georgia, Vladimir Arutyunian threw a live Soviet-made RGD-5 hand grenade towards the podium where he was standing and where Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili and their two wives and officials were seated. The grenade was not operative and did not explode.
“In my opinion”, I predict that George W. Bush may die by the end of his term in office or after he leaves office. Even though he may have appeared to have escaped dying while in Office through artificial means, “In my opinion”, his fate is already sealed by the Angels. It has been said by Astrologers that George Bush has led a “charmed life”. I can’t help but disagree and state that he has been cursed his whole life and , “In my opinion”, cannot see how he can escape his destiny with the Angel of Death.
In my view, Dick Chaney has really been our President for the past 8 years and even though he has hidden in the shadows to escape judgment, “In my opinion”, he too may die after learning that you can’t trick an Indian! He stays in hiding on a daily basis and is hardly ever seen for this reason.
In 2008, I predict that Barrack Obama will be elected the 44th President by popular vote unless something happens to him before Nov 4th/Jan 20th, in that case Hillary Clinton will be the next President. (But even if Obama wins outright, “In my opinion”, he may not survive the Presidency due to several assassination attempts). (If McCain wins, “In my opinion” he definitely may not survive very long due to a possible heart attack/stroke and we’ll have an Official female President before 2010 in Sarah Palin)….***UPDATE Nov 4, 2008 Headlines: “Obama triumphs, will be first black US president“
I’ve predicted already that we will have a new president by the year 2010 regardless of who wins the election of 2008! Unless Joe Biden is replaced by Hillary Clinton somewhere along the way, then Sarah Palin may be the first female President?
In 2012, I see Hillary Clinton back in the Presidential hunt, also Michelle Obama and Sarah Palin. We’ll definitely have a Female President in 2012 (if not before 2010). I don’t believe there’s a man on the planet that can beat a female candidate in 2012, It will definitely be the year of the Woman!
(According to Nostradamus, a woman was supposed to be elected president of a world power (United States?) in the year 2004. But former first lady Hillary Clinton had declared her intentions to run for the Democratic candidacy in the 2008 presidential elections probably due to the fact that she knew the election was disputed in 2000 and had to wait for it to run its course!)
BTW, if you don’t think politics is a strange animal, did you know that Obama and Dick Cheney are cousins (8th) in a similar vein to Bush & John Kerry are distant cousins (16th) ?