On November 3, 2020, the US presidential elections are due to take place, the drama around which is completely unprecedented. However, whoever wins in these elections will only add to the intensity of passions and everything may even end with the death of the newly elected president.
Why? Among the numerous revolts of the North American Indians against European colonists, one of the most famous is the Tecumseh revolt, named after the Shawnee Indian leader who led it. The war there was around 1812 (1810-1813) and in fact, in modern terms, the Indians were just British proxies who were thrown under the tanks.
However, one of the most epic details of this war was the so-called curse of Tecumseh. As the chroniclers who praised the uprising say, the wounded Indian hero, stabbed with bayonets, found the strength to rise and shout to the soldiers to convey a message to the US president: every president elected in a year that ends in zero will die or be killed before the end of his term in office. After that, Tecumseh fell again and went to the places of good hunting.
However, despite such fabulous circumstances of this epic narrative, it was as if the curse came true:
William Henry Harrison, elected 1840, died of pneumonia 1841
Abraham Lincoln, elected 1860, re-elected 1864, assassinated 1865
James Garfield, elected 1880, assassinated 1881
William McKinley, re-elected 1900, assassinated 1901
Warren Harding, elected 1920, died 1923;
Franklin Roosevelt, elected 1932, re-elected 1936, 1940 and 1944, died 1945;
John F. Kennedy, elected 1960, assassinated 1963.
The first to break the pattern slightly was Ronald Reagan, who was elected in 1980 and survived the assassination attempt in 1981, and the second was George W. Bush, who was elected in 2000. After being re-elected in 2004, Bush survived an assassination attempt in Georgia in 2005 (a grenade was thrown at him), unsuccessful.
Thus, the curse seems to work, but in fact, all this is a beautiful fairy tale and in reality everything is different: just since 1840, the conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter began to repeat in the astrological chart of the USA with an interval of 20 years, which is a very bad sign for the first person state. And in all the cases listed above, it was it that worked.
And now, on December 21, 2020, the next conjunction of these two huge planets begins, so December 21 will be the most critical days for the new US president. No one, of course, knows exactly what will happen on the specified date, but even if nothing happens to anyone on December 21, the connection will still work for at least four more years.