The Lincoln-Kennedy Assassinations – Sychronicity or Coincidence?

I recently came across this striking set of similarities between factors related to the assassinations of theses two notable presidents. I offer the details here for your consideration and reflection.

Both Lincoln and Kennedy were concerned with Civil Rights. Lincoln was elected president in 1860 – Kennedy in 1960. Both were slain on a Friday and in the presence of their wives. Both were shot from behind and in the head.

Their successors, both named Johnson, were Southern Democrats and both were in the Senate. Andrew Johnson was born in 1808 and Lyndon Johnson was born in 1908. John Wilkes Booth was born in 1839 and Lee Harvey Oswald was born in 1939. Booth and Oswald were Southerners favoring “anti-american”  ideals. Both Presidents’ lost children through death while in the White House.

Lincoln’s secretary, whose name was Kennedy, advised him not to go to the theater. Kennedy’s secretary, whose name was Lincoln, advised him not to go to Dallas.

John Wilkes Booth shot Lincoln in a theater and ran to a warehouse. Lee Harvey Oswald shot Kennedy from a warehouse and ran to a theater.

The names Lincoln and Kennedy each contain 7 letters. Lincoln was in box 7 at the theater when he was shot. Kennedy rode in car 7 of the motorcade the day he was shot.

The names John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey Oswald each contain 15 letters. The names Andrew Johnson and Lyndon Johnson each contain 13 letters.

Lincoln was shot in a theater named Ford. Kennedy was shot in a car named Lincoln made by Ford. Both assassins were killed before going to trial. Both Johnsons were opposed for re-election by men whose names started with the letter G.

Both assassins were detained by officers with the last name of Baker.

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