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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.

      This practice of hiding secrets in public view and the conspirators can say, when faced with the facts and accused of concealing the records; they can reply "Well it was there in the public record in plan view for any and all to find." In the will of A.A. Springs was the list of his property. it went into detail to whom the property was to be dispersed and it included his children. Mr. Christopher and others were looking to find what railroads and banks this man might have owned and had left to his son Leroy Springs. 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!"

      This new information that they had about the Springs (real name Springstein) family, this was just another twist to add to the already manipulative family. This new information about Lincoln built a fire under them to see where this new lead would take them, because everything they had found in the railroad and banking saga had been areal mind-bender. They figured this one would be the same; so they inquired at the local archives and historical records on families and found a reference to one Abraham Lincoln in the family genealogy of the family of the Carolina by the name of McAdden, in a published genealogy on the family. 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 vistaed 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 following information was derived from information that exists in the Smithsonian, National Archives, the Congressional Library, Courtroom Police files, public and private libraries and storage vaults across the United States and Europe:

     "Abraham Lincoln was slapped three times with a white glove by a member of the Hapsburg royal family of Germany (Payseur family relatives) during a White House reception in 1862. 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?

     It seems that the practice of promiscuity was running rampant in many families in those days and the German King Leopold had, had an illegitimate daughter named Elizabeth who was sent to America, where she lived in a very comfortable manner. Although Leopold could not recognize her position, he was very interested in her life.

     In the early or mid 1850s, Abraham Lincoln and Elizabeth began having sexual liaisons that produced twin daughters named Ella and Emily in 1856. The regal German father who was so royally up-set with ol' honest Abe probably had full knowledge of what the true blood line of Lincoln really was. 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 Souther Intelligence Community, Mary's supplier - John Wilks Booth - knew about the lover and the illegal twins.

     After being spurned by the Confederate intelligence community, Mary's 'candy man' approached and became involved with the Rothschild Empire of Europe, for he realized the European banking moguls would be very interested in his pipeline to the White House.

     (At this time) Abraham was searching for an issue that would unite the North and South AFTER the Civil War ended. 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 Hapsbergs bloodline of banking control in Europe. All the time, the Rothschilds were trying to take control of the entire world monetary system, and at that time the Rothschilds 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...

     Lincoln found himself in real hot water, because under the Virginia Company covenant the 48 families that formed it were all of the Holy Grail Bloodline. This country was to be an extension of what all the royal families of Europe controlled. The royalty of Europe is Hapsburg, no matter what their name is. The royal family of England is one such example. Now what Lincoln did is he wanted to become independent of the cogenant (in favor of his family) on the Rothschild side...the Rothschilds and their family bloodline have always been undermining the affairs of the Hapsbergs and stealing the monetary control away from them. No matter what the history books say, the Rothschilds 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 1920s...

     (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 Wilks 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.

    The drug pusher (Booth) and collaborator (agent) of the Rothschilds had his perfect accomplice in the plot to kidnap and discredit the leader of the North American continent in the First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. After being informed of Abe's lover and the twins and the kidnap plot by her drug supplier, Mary was promised that after her husband resigned or was impeached, she and Abe would be moved to Europe to live happily ever after with plenty of opium.

     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.

     The plotters decided the Presidential snatch needed to take place in a public, yet discreet location where minimum witnesses would be present. There were too many potential witnesses at the White House. Two hours before the capture was to take place, Mary Todd had on the floor, a tantrum, because Abe had decided not to go out of the White House that night. Mary's outrageous outburst caused Abe to change his mind and the First family departed.

     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.

     After entering the room, Mary's drug man (Booth) would tell the President an urgent message was waiting for him at the War Department. Before descending down the backstairs, Abe would be knocked out with a chloroform loth. The kidnappers would load the limp body into the covered wagon and swiftly stow Lincoln on an opium boat for a novel 'cruise' of the Atlantic Ocean.

     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.

     Before Mary pulled the trigger, John Wilkes Booth, drug supplier to the First Lady, realized he was the patsy in all this mess. But he did not know if he was only Mary's patsy or also a chump for the Rothschild family. Were the men hiding around the back door of Ford's Theater there to help Booth with the kidnapping or there to point the false finger at the 'innocent' Booth? Booth was not about to run into the hallway or down the backstairs to find out the answer to that question.

     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 'brake a leg' as he fractured one of his during his leaping act from 'lethally looney Mary' and the men lurking around the back entrance of Ford's Theater.

     In a novelty case on a wall in Ford's Theater is 'The Gun That Shot Abraham Lincoln.' If anyone (assassin) were to kill a head of state, they would use a revolver, because several bullets might be needed to accomplish the murder and stop any guards during the escape. One would only use a one-shot pistol if they were absolutely sure they had intimate access to the victim.

     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.

     In the 1860s, an act of Congress mandated the compensation of widows of former and active Congressmen, Senators, Vice Presidents and Presidents. The mouth and duration was ratified by both Houses of Congress for each widow. Mary Todd Lincoln applied for her widowers compensation three times and was denied the mandated compensation three times by both Houses of Congress. An unknown benefactor paid for Mary's passage to Europe where she died in small cottage in Germany.

     In 1867, the Secret Service was founded so that drunken municipal law enforcement could not unwittingly participate with drug-addicted First Ladies or Gentlemen in vengeful high-brow killings of philandering Presidents of the United States. (To cover up the murders committed which would reflect a bad light for the presiding Administration, such as the Foster murder is doing at the present time).

     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 Rileys. 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).

     In 1861, the American people entered into the presidential administration of one of the most brutal, cold-blooded tyrants in history. His administration, hostile to Liberty, ended the heritage of our early American forefathers and entrenched a system of criminal politics, monopoly, and injustice in its place. When Lincoln became President, morality and Bible Law were swept aside and an alien reign of terror began. The North became one vast prison camp.

     English tyrant Oliver Cromwell had no regard for human life. Neigher did Abraham Lincoln. Cromwell was the homicidal maniac who brought the Jews back into England and into power after they had been banished from the country centuries earlier. Lincoln brought them to power here. What is referred to among the White-wing as our Zionist Occupational Government or ZOG, was born in America under Lincoln's rule. Our captivity to the Edomite Jewish Bankers began in 1860 when their abolitionist puppet and his Black Republican party rose to power.

     Abraham Lincoln's war was the second American revolution. His revolution for nigger equality and the idolatry of Union worship over threw the victorious results of our first American revolution in 1776. The American people, especially the White Christian patriots who should have known better, need to understand this. A few years after Cromwell's death in 1658, a British mob dug up his remains, removed the head and hung the rest of this race-traitor by the heels. In the not too distant future, Lincoln's remains will no doubt get the same treatment, when an educated American people realize the extent of his crimes against this nation.


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> President Lincoln's Jewish Friends


> Lincoln: And so the Children of Israel were driven from the happy land


> Canaan.

> Kaskel: Yes, and that is why we have come to Father Abraham, to ask his

> protection.

> Lincoln: And this protection they shall have at once.

> Cesar J. Kaskel, apprising President Lincoln of General Grant's Order


> 11

> In his scholarly study of American Jewry and the Civil War


> 1951), Bertram W. Korn writes that in the eulogy Rabbi Isaac M. Wise

> delivered after the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, he


> "the lamented Abraham Lincoln believed himself to be bone from our bone


> flesh from our flesh. He supposed himself to be a descendant of Hebrew

> parentage. He said so in my presence." There is no shred of evidence to

> substantiate Wise's assertion, Korn declares, and "Lincoln is not known


> have said anything resembling this to any of his other Jewish


> But, Korn asserts, Lincoln "could not have been any friendlier to


> Jews, or more sympathetic to Jewish causes, if he had stemmed from


> ancestry." He also points to the Robert Todd Lincoln Collection of


> Papers in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress as a prime

> source "for the elucidation of Lincoln's contacts with various Jews ...


> particular ... Abraham Jonas and Isachar Zacharie."

> Some of the "elucidation" Korn mentions may be gathered from sixteen


> eight in manuscript and eight in print, garnered from the Library's


> lode of Lincolniana.

> Correspondence with the President

> In 1860, Lincoln wrote to Abraham Jonas (1801‑1864) "you are one of my


> valued friends." The friendship began soon after Jonas settled in


> Illinois, in 1838. He came from Kentucky where he had lived for ten


> served in the State Legislature for four terms, and become the Grand


> of the Kentucky Masons. Before that he lived in Cincinnati; to which he


> from England in 1819, to join his brother, Joseph, the first Jewish


> there. In Quincy, Jonas kept store and studied law, which became his

> lifelong calling. From 1849 to 185 1, he served as postmaster and in


> was reappointed to that office by Lincoln. Two letters from the

> Jonas‑Lincoln correspondence in the Library's collection are especially

> illuminating.

> When Lincoln visited Quincy in 1854, he spent most of his time with


> as we can see from his letter to Jonas on July 21, 1860. What


> Lincoln's letter was one from Jonas in which he told the presidential

> candidate: "I have just been creditably informed, that Isaac N. Morris


> engaged in obtaining affidavits and certificates of certain Irishmen


> they saw you in Quincy come out of a Know Nothing Lodge." Jonas feared


> this purported association with a nativist antiforeigner political


> would cost Lincoln many immigrant votes, so he alerted his friend in a

> "confidential" letter. Lincoln's lengthy reply states, in part:

> Yours of the 20th received. I suppose as good, or even better men than



> have been in American or Know‑Nothing lodges; but in point of fact, I


> was in one, at Quincy or elsewhere. I was never in Quincy but one day


> two nights while Know‑Nothing lodges were in existence, and you were



> that day and both those nights. I had never been there before in my


> and never afterwards, till the joint debate with Douglas in 1858. It



> 1854 when I spoke in some hall there, and after the speaking, you with

> others took me to an oyster saloon, passed an hour there, and you


> with me to, and parted with me at the Quincy House, quite late at

night. I

> left by stage for Naples before day‑light in the morning, having come



> the same route, after dark the evening previous to the speaking, when I

> found you waiting at the Quincy House to meet me ...

> That I never was in a Knownothing lodge in Quincy, I should expect



> easily proved, by respectable men who were always in the lodges and


> saw me there. An affidavit of one or two such would put the matter at


> And now, a word of caution. Our adversaries think they can gain a point


> they could force me to openly deny the charge, by which some degree of

> offence would be given to the Americans. For this reason it must not

> publicly appear that I am paying any attention to the charge.

> Yours Truly

> A. Lincoln

> Whatever was done, or not done, by Jonas, must have been effective


> the matter was never mentioned publicly during the campaign.

> This letter marked "Confidential" discloses the intimate longtime


> of Lincoln and Abraham Jonas, and Lincoln's political prudence as well


> his political stance.


> Abraham Lincoln to Abraham Jonas, July 21, 1860.

> Manuscript Division, Papers of Abraham Lincoln.




> In a letter from Jonas to Lincoln on December 30, 1860, marked


> Jonas again alerts his friend:

> The purport of this communication must be my apology for troubling


> my great anxiety in regard to your personal safety and the preservation


> our National integrity will I think justify me on this occasion, when


> have so much to think of and so many things to perplex you.

> You perhaps are aware, that I have a very large family connection in


> South, and that in New Orleans I have six children and a host of other


> relatives. I receive many letters from them, their language has to be


> guarded, as fears are entertained that the sanctity of the mails, is


> much regarded. on yesterday I received a letter from N.O. from one who


> prudent, sound and careful of what he writes and among other things, he


> "things are daily becoming worse here, God help us, what will be the


> it is dreadful to imagine. One thing I am satisfied of, that there is a

> perfect organization, fearful in numbers and contrauled by men of


> and influence, whose object is to prevent the inauguration of Lincoln,


> numbers of desperate characters, many of them from this city, will be


> Washington on the 4th of March and it is their determination, to



> inauguration, and if by no other means, by using violence on the person


> Lincoln. Men, engaged in this measure are known to be of the most


> character, capable of doing any act, necessary to carry out their vile

> measures." The writer of this, I know, would not say, what he does, did


> not believe the statement above given to you. I cannot give you, his


> for were it known, that he communicated such matters to persons in the

> North, his life would be in danger ‑ and I trust you will not


> having received any such information from me. I had seen rumors in the

> Newspapers to the like effect, but did not regard them much ‑ this


> alarms me, and I think is worthy of some notice. What ought to be


> are more capable of judging, than any other person ‑ but permit me to

> suggest ‑ ought not the Governors of the free States, and your friends

> generally to adopt at once some precautionary measure‑no protection can


> expected from the damned old traitor at the head of the Government or


> subordinates‑something should be done in time and done effectually.

> With great esteem and devotion

> I am truly yrs ‑

> A. Jonas

> In this prescient letter marked "Private" Abraham Jonas warns Lincoln


> he has been informed by a relative in New Orleans that


> large numbers of desperate characters...will be in Washington on the



> March and it is their determination to prevent the inauguration, and if


> no other means, by using violence on the person of Lincoln.


> Abraham Jonas to Abraham Lincoln, December 30, 1860.

> Manuscript Division, Papers of Abraham Lincoln.



> Jonas was one of the first to suggest Lincoln for the presidency. When

> Horace Greeley, the editor of the New York Daily Tribune, went to



> a lecture in December 1858, he met with a number of leading Republicans


> discuss the election of 1860. Abraham Jonas and his law partner Henry


> were among them. Asbury later recalled that when the discussion turned


> who might be a strong candidate, he proposed a likely one:

> Mr. Greeley and one or two others asked who I meant. I said gentlemen I


> Abraham Lincoln of Illinois. I am sorry to say that my suggestion fell


> it was not even discussed, none of them seemed for Lincoln ... Some one


> Lincoln might do for Vice ‑ President‑at this point Mr. Jonas ... said:

> Gentlemen there may be more to Asbury's suggestion than any of us now


> Dr. Isachar Zacharie, an English‑born chiropodist, first met Lincoln in

> September 1862 on a professional call. A satisfied patient, Lincoln



> doctor a testimonial, "Dr. Zacharie has operated on my feet with great

> success, and considerable addition to my comfort." Within a few months

> Zacharie was in New Orleans on a mission for the president. Two years


> the New York World wrote that the chiropodist and special emissary


> Mr. Lincoln's confidence perhaps more than any other private


> Zacharie also involved himself in politics, actively soliciting the


> vote" for the president. When honored by Jews in 1864, he expressed



> well have been his ambition as Lincoln's friend and confidant:

> Let us look at England, France, Russia, Holland, aye, almost every



> the world, and where do we find the Israelite? We find them taken into


> confidence of Kings and Emperors. And in this republican and


> country, where we know not how soon it may fall to the lot of any man



> elevated to a high position by this government, why may it not fall to


> lot of an Israelite as well as any other?

> In the Lincoln Papers at the Library there are thirteen letters from

> Zacharie to Lincoln, and one dated September 19, 1864, apparently as


> unpublished, from Lincoln to Zacharie:

> Dear Sir

> I thank you again for the deep interest you have taken in the Union


> The personal matter on behalf of your friend which you mentioned shall


> fully and fairly considered when presented.

> Yours truly

> A. Lincoln

> To which Zacharie replied:

> Dear Friend,

> Yours of the 19th came duly to hand, it has had the desired effect,



> friend of the Partie.

> I leave tomorrow for the interior of Pennsylvania, may go as far as


> One thing is to be done, and that is for you to impress on the minds of


> friends for them not to be to [o] sure.

> This brief letter discloses that Isachar Zacharie served Lincoln as


> than his chiropodist. It is know from other sources that Lincoln used



> occasion as a private agent, and that Zacharie was deeply involved in


> to secure for Lincoln, the "Jewish Vote."


> Abraham Lincoln to Isachar Zacharie, September 19, 1864.

> Manuscript Division, Papers of Abraham Lincoln



> As rabbi of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun, the Rev. Dr. Morris J. Raphall

> (1798‑1868), one of New York's more prominent clergymen, had gained


> as an orator, distinction as being the first rabbi to open the session


> the House of Representatives with a prayer, and notoriety for his



> Bible View of Slavery, which was printed, reprinted, and widely


> as a proslavery sermon by antiabolitionist forces. As Raphall told his

> congregation, when it assembled to mourn the martyred president, he


> Lincoln but slightly. He had met Lincoln only once, but on that single

> occasion the rabbi had asked a favor of the president and, as Raphall


> his congregants, Lincoln had "granted it lovingly, because he knew the

> speaker to be a Jew‑because he knew him to be a true servant of the


> The favor granted must have been the rabbi's request that his son be

> promoted from second lieutenant to first. Forty years later, in 1903,

> Adolphus S. Solomons of the book publishing firm of Philip and



> Washington, D. C., reminisced that he had helped Rabbi Raphall get an

> audience with the president, where that request was made and granted.

> Lincoln did even more for Raphall's son‑in‑law, Captain C. M. Levy.

> New York's prominent rabbi, author, and orator, Morris J. Raphall,


> Lincoln for "the generosity and justice with which you have treated my

> son‑in‑law Captain C. M. Levy ... You are indeed his true benefactor."


> who had been with the Quartermaster Department, and had been


> special food and clothing to Jewish soldiers in Washington's hospitals,


> dismissed from service. Lincoln's fabled compassion, as this letter of

> gratitude indicates, apparently came to his rescue.


> M. J. Raphall to Abraham Lincoln, March 1, 1864.

> Manuscript Division, Papers of Abraham Lincoln.



> Assigned to the Quartermaster Department in Washington, Captain Levy

> undertook as an added task to distribute special food and clothing to


> soldiers in the capital's hospitals. On October 9, 1863, a Captain C.


> Levy was court‑martialed and dismissed from service for unspecified


> Apparently appealed to, Lincoln must have responded with his fabled

> compassion, for on March 1, 1864, Raphall wrote him thanking him "for


> generosity and justice with which you have treated my son‑in‑law



> M. Levy."

> My whole family unites with me in feeling that you are indeed his true

> benefactor. Happy shall we be that any thing you may at any time



> me or them, is thankfully obeyed by all of us.

> I take the liberty of sending you a couple of my potographs [sic] and


> sincere prayers for your continued health and prosperity I am Your


> and respectful servant, M. J. Raphall.

> The "potographs" may well have been the prints of a photograph of the


> first published by P. Haas in New York, 1850, of which the Library has


> fine copy.


> Source: Abraham J. Karp, From the Ends of the Earth: Judaic Treasures



> Library of Congress, (DC: Library of Congress, 1991).



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