The Truth About Abraham Lincoln
By David J. Stewart
Little has been published about the early life of Abraham Lincoln.
However, during a search of some old property records and will in a
small courthouse in central North Carolina, Alex Christopher the
author of "Pandora's Box," in one of the old will books dated around
1840, he found the will of one A. A. Springs.
Upon reading the will he was shocked and amazed at the secret that
it disclosed, but one must remember that it is a known fact that
wills, even though they are classified public records the same as
property and corporation records, they are rarely combed through as
he was doing at the time, and these records hold many dark secrets
that can be hidden in public view, but are never uncovered because
there are very few who research these old records.
He didn't find anything like that, but he did find the prize of the
century. On the bottom of page three of four pages was a paragraph
where the father, A. A. Springs, left to his son an enormous amount
of land in the state of Alabama which amounted to the land that is
today known as Huntsville, Alabama and then he went into detail to
name the son and at first Mr. Christopher and the others with him
couldn't believe what they were seeing, but there it was the name of
the son and it was "ABRAHAM LINCOLN!"
The family members in the Carolinas were in a limited edition that at one time could be found in the public libraries. The section on Lincoln and the story went something like the following: "In the late spring of the year of 1808 Nancy Hanks, who was of the family lineage of the McAdden family was visiting some of her family in the community of Lincolnton, North Carolina. While on her stay with family in the Carolina', she visited with many of the neighboring families that she had known for many years; one such visit was the Springs family.
The sordid details had been omitted but obviously the young Nancy Hanks had found herself in a compromised position and was forced to succumb to the lust of A.A. Springs. She became pregnant as a result. There were no details of a love affair or an act of violence on a helpless female. Abraham Lincoln was the result of that act, which leads one to wonder if the name 'Lincoln' was real or a fabricated name for the are of conception was 'Lincolnton.'
Was there really a Thomas Lincoln? Since the 'Spring' were of the
race that called themselves Jewish, that made Lincoln part Jewish
and as part of the Springs family, he also became a relative of the
Rothschild family by blood."
The German royal family member demanded a pistol duel with the,
then, President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. The blows to
the face stunned Lincoln but he non-verbally refused to participate
in the duel by bowing his head before walking out of the reception
room." What had ol' honest Abe done to so enrage and up-set the
royal European personage?
Abraham's wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, did not find out about Elizabeth,
Ella and Emily until 1865. Previous to being informed about
Elizabeth and the twins, Mrs. Lincoln had developed a ravaging
dependency on Opium. Her main supplier of the drug was a former
member of the Confederate Intelligence community, he was a former
member because the Southern gentlemen did not approve of his drug
pushing and unreliable behavior. It was because of his involvement
with the Southern Intelligence Community, Mary's supplier - John
Wilkes Booth - knew about the lover and the illegal twins.
The issue needed to be popular to all levels of American citizenry so they could 'rally around the Stars and Stripes' thus rapidly healing the wounds of the bloodiest war in history. Lincoln was seriously considering one major movement or event that would galvanize his fellow Northern and Southern patriot countrymen into cutting loose the United States of America from the dictatorial grip of the Hapsburg's bloodline of banking control in Europe.
All the time, the Rothschild's were trying to take control of the
entire world monetary system, and at that time the Rothschild's were
trying to get a foot-hold in America and find a way around the
British, Virginia Company, and French Bourbon family that were
gaining control in this country through government help ...
Now what Lincoln did is he wanted to become independent of the cogenant (in favor of his family) on the Rothschild side ... the Rothschild's and their family bloodline have always been undermining the affairs of the Hapsburg's and stealing the monetary control away from them.
No matter what the history books say, the Rothschild's didn't get (total) real control on things in America and the Federal Reserve until the Springs usurped the Payseur family companies in the early 1920's ... (But Lincoln had fallen from Rothschild grace also and so, due, in part to his Executive Order to print United States Greenbacks, thus interfering with the Jewish International Banks profits). It appears that the Rothschild family wanted Lincoln embarrassed to the maximum degree.
(So) Mary Todd's drug dealer (John Wilkes Booth) was hired to kidnap
the President of the United States. Abraham would be put on a boat
for a two month cruise of the Atlantic where he would be injected
with and addicted to Opium and then dumped on the streets of
Washington. While the forcefully addicted President was stumbling
around our nation's capital, the press would be informed of
Elizabeth, Ella and Emily.
Superficially, Mary expressed a desire to live in Europe with plenty
of Opium and no Civil War or Politics to distract her husband or
family. But her drug suppler had totally underestimated the
confusion, desperation and anger of Mary Todd Lincoln.
Several minutes after arriving at the kidnap location, Mary
instructed the family bodyguard to take a position that placed the
First Family out of his visual sight. The position also required the
bodyguard to traverse several flights of stairs to reach Abe and
Mary should he be needed for any reason ... A wagon with a wooden
cover arrived at the back entrance of the kidnap location with
several men including Mary's Opium supplier. The plan was for the
drug pusher to traverse the backstairs entrance, silently move down
a hallway, and open an unlocked door to a darkened room where Mary
and Abe were sitting.
When Booth actually opened the door to the darkened room where Abe
and Mary were sitting, he went into a panic and shock. Abe was
asleep with his head on Mary's left shoulder and the First Lady had
her head turned toward the left looking at the door ... When she was
sure the man who opened the door was Booth, she turned and looked at
the President to be sure the pistol she was pointing would explode
beneath the lower left earlobe of her husband.
The only escape route was to jump the balcony and crash onto the
stage during the performance. That night, Booth gave a literal
interpretation of the theatrical phrase 'break a leg' as he
fractured one of his during his leaping act from 'lethally loony
Mary' and the men lurking around the back entrance of Ford's
The gun on the wall of Ford's Theater is a derringer - the perfect
weapon for the left handed female assassin who did not attend her
husbands funeral. Mary Todd was not hiding in her room due to
overwhelming grief and sorrow; she was imprisoned in her room with
two armed guards for two weeks after killing her husband.
Before Booth jumped out of the balcony of the Presidential Box of the Ford Theater, he shouted at General Riley and his wife who were sitting to the right-front of the Lincolns. Booth's words expressed his innocence but also sealed the fate of the Riley's. Within a week of the shooting, General Riley and his wife were packed off to an insane asylum where they both died of 'unknown causes' within 30 days of being committed."
(Pandora's Box, by Alex Christopher, pp. 282-286).