Abe Lincoln, Occult Sacrifice

In the January 2, 2013 Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry, it was noticed how the name “Adam Lanza” bears similarities to that of Anton LeVey, founder of the “Church of Satan.” The initials on both names are “A.L.” and both names have the same number of syllables.

Yet another name bearing the initials “A.L.” has come to mind – Abe Lincoln. Where does he fit in with the occult underground and its stealthy masquerades?

In my book, “What Would Millard Do?” (2009, published by Lulu.com), the true background leading up to the American Civil War is explained. The British did not just give up on regaining “their” former colonies after the War of 1812. A “divide and conquer” plot was hatched. First, the American Union was to be split asunder, then Britain (and France) would move in for the kill. France could have Mexico. Britain would take much of North America. To accomplish their disunion plot, British agents swarmed through the South and the North, pouring fuel on the flames of the slavery question. In the North, the Brits were aligned with the “radical” abolitionists. In the South, they were aligned with the secessionists.

Various Masonic lodges served as cover for the secret agents of Britain. Within those lodges hid many “hellfire club” types, persons having at least some affinity with satanism.

The new Steven Spielberg movie “Lincoln” is completely wrong in its depiction of Abe Lincoln moving heaven and earth to secure passage of the 13th Amendment. It is true that Lincoln personally detested slavery. However his overriding concern was to preserve the Union at whatever cost. If he could preserve the Union by freeing the slaves, fine. If he could preserve the Union by not freeing the slaves, fine. Above all, Abraham Lincoln sought to preserve the Union.

On March 27 or 28, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln met at City Point, Virginia (now annexed into Hopewell, Virginia) with Generals Ulysses Grant and William Tecumseh Sherman along with Admiral David Porter aboard the River Queen. Admiral Porter, a key member of the City Point meeting, recalled that Lincoln “wanted peace on almost any terms.” At the City Point meeting, Abraham Lincoln “gave secret orders to his military leaders for what Lloyd Lewis called ‘one of the most cunning examples of the double-cross that the whole range of American politics, before or after him, could show.’ These orders were, in short, to grant to the opponents at the proper time a truce that embraced a formula for peace on the basis of the situation as it had existed before the outbreak of the war.” These peace terms meant the minority of southerners who “owned” slaves would have been allowed to continue as before. (Further details in the December 4, 2012 Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry.)

What Lloyd Lewis called a supreme double-cross enraged the abolitionist faction of Lincoln’s Republican Party. Retaliation came on April 14, 1865 at Ford’s Theater.

The British people in general are not included when I refer to the “British fancy lads.” The British fancy lads are in general the British aristocracy along with their minions. The British fancy lads have a giggling in-joke about we Yanks: They call us “the cousins.” And so it is no accident that Abe Lincoln was watching the play, “Our American Cousin” when he was murdered on Good Friday 1865. Remember from above how the British secret agents had infiltrated various Masonic lodges. Did the British fancy lads have another giggling laugh about how our President Lincoln was killed while watching “Our American Cousin”?

And so it can be seen how another person having the initials “A.L.” (Abe Lincoln) was offered up as part of an occult sacrifice, on April 14, 1865.


About ersjdamoo

Editor of Conspiracy Nation, later renamed Melchizedek Communique. Close associate of the late Sherman H. Skolnick. Jack of all trades, master of none. Sagittarius, with Sagittarius rising. I'm not a bum, I'm a philosopher.
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