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Was Kennedy's assassination predicted?
Did Nostradamus predict President Kennedy's assassination? No, he did not. But someone else did! In 1956 the popular astrologer, Jeane Dixon, was being interviewed for Parade Magazine when she was asked who would win the 1960 presidential election which was over four years off. Jeane responded that the winner of the 1960 presidential election would be a Democrat, who would be "assassinated." Jeane's shockingly accurate prediction of the assassination of President Kennedy appeared in the May 13th, 1956 edition of Parade Magazine.
If this wasn't incredible enough, Jeane was giving a speech at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles in 1968 when someone in the audience asked her if Bobby Kennedy (who was running for president in 1968) was ever going to be President of the United States. Jeane responded that Bobby Kennedy will not become the President of the United States due to a tragedy that would occur in "this very hotel." Two weeks later Bobby Kennedy was addressing his supporters in the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles after successfully winning California's presidential primary. As Kennedy attempted to leave the podium, he was shot in the head and killed by a Palastinian assassin named Sirhan Sirhan, who planned the assassination to coincide with the one year anniversary of the Six Day War that Kennedy had supported.
Prophecies were meant to serve as warnings to God's followers about approaching events. Unfortunately most people will choose to ignore all these warnings, and suffer serious consequences when the prophecy comes true. If you'd like to read more about how history and prophecy support each other, click on one of the secure links on this webpage to order your book by Edward Oliver, to finally free your mind from all those lies you learned in school.
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