The “curse of the Tippecanoe” is used to describe the period during which, every 20 years since 1840, whenever a US president is elected or re-elected in the year ending with a zero such as 00, 20, 40, 60, 80. will all die during their tenure.
Origin of the “Curse Tippecanoe”
The “curse of Tippecanoe” is first mentioned in the publisher’s book “Ripley’s Believe It or Not” published in 1931. It refers to the fact that since the death of President William Henry Harrison in 1841 since. every 20 years, an American president dies during his tenure.
Tippecanoe is derived from the name of the Battle of Tippecanoe (1811). At that time, as Governor of Indiana, Harrison bribed the Indians to cede land to the US government, while Harrison also introduced whiskey into the lives of the natives who caused the crash. . alcoholism and crime for this community. The actions of Mr. Harrison’s government led Shawnee Chief Tecumseh to fight against the US military. In 1811, Harrison defeated Tecumseh’s Indian army. It is possible that after the Battle of Tippecanoe, Tecumseh’s brother, Tenskwatawa, known as the Prophet of the Shawnee, put a curse on Harrison and his successor to US presidents.
The “curse of Tippecanoe” has been fulfilled for over 100 years
In 1840, General William Henry Harrison, who defeated Chief Tecumseh, was elected president. The day Mr. Harrison took office the weather was cold and windy. His speech lasted 1 hour 40 minutes and he caught a cold. A month later, the new president died of pneumonia. Many people began to fear because the “Curse Tippecanoe” was actually accomplished.
In 1860, the elected Abraham Lincoln. Early in his term, President Lincoln was killed by his southerner John Wilkes Booth.
In 1880, James Garfield was elected in 1880 but only survived 4 months. He was murdered by Charles J. Belleau, an unstable psychotic man.
In 1900, William McKinley was re-elected for a second term. A year and a half later, he was assassinated by Léon F. Czolgosz, a self-proclaimed anarchist.
In 1920, after World War II, Americans grew tired of President Wilson and voters voted in total opposition to him. The new president is Warren G.arding, who is considered one of America’s worst leaders. During an act trip, Harding died of a heart attack in his room at the Palace Hotel.
In 1940, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, one of America’s most popular presidents, who was elected president four times. In 1940 he was re-elected for the third time, but soon after being elected president for the fourth time, Roosevelt died of an aneurysm.
In 1960, John F. Kenedy, America’s youngest president, was elected. On November 22, 1963, Mr. Kennedy was shot dead in Dallas. The Warren Commission accused Lee Harvey Oswald of being the perpetrator of the assassination. However, many believe that Oswald is just the life of one of the 20th century’s greatest conspiracies.
The first president to escape the curse was Ronald Reagan, elected in 1980. Mr. Reagan was shot dead by John Hinckley after 69 days in office, was seriously injured and medics said Reagan could lose his life.
There is a secret circulating in the White House that all of the commitments and protocols President Reagan has ratified were made according to the stars and astrology. Official visits, protocol or reception are all organized according to astrology. Around this time, First Lady Nancy organized mass prayers for her husband to escape. This ceremony was attended by a large number of Americans, including Native Americans (Indians). It is believed to have helped break the curse.
While followers of the “Tippecanoe curse” view these assassinations as Tecumseh’s attempt, statistics show every president since Nixon has been the victim of at least one assassination attempt.
So, will “Curse Tippecanoe” be accomplished for the US president-elect in 2020? And if Donald Trump is re-elected in 2020, he could become the target of “the invisible enemy” and the “very rich” to whom he often refers.