The Presidents Code – The Assassination of William McKinley

The Presidents Code – The Assassination of William McKinley

 

 

In the Presidents Code, William McKinley‘s Presidency portrays the time period of Jacob being protected from the inhabitants of Canaan after the slaughter of Shechem (Genesis 34:30) and the transition in the Biblical narrative to the life of Joseph.

 

William McKinley was assassinated by an anarchist named Leon Czolgosz who hid a gun in a handkerchief and when he reached the line to shake McKinley’s hand at the 1901 World’s Fair, he instead shot him in the stomach two times.  This points to the ‘assassination attempt’ of Joseph’s brothers when he was put into a pit and then sold into Egypt (Genesis 37:18-36).

 

Four Presidents have been assassinated in American history.  All of these assassinations are parables which point to the death of Messiah.  Abraham Lincoln‘s assassination was a picture of the fulfillment of the Promised Seed given to Abraham.

 

James Garfield was killed by Charles Guiteau which pictured Jacob’s spiritual path from the supplanting son of Isaac to Israel, the overcomer (Genesis 32:28).  Who are the overcomers?  Those who put their faith in the sacrifice of Jesus Christ (1 John 2:14; 4:4; 5:4-5; Revelation 12:11).

 

William McKinley was the third President assassinated.  His assassination was a picture of Joseph being thrown into a pit by his brothers but when Reuben came back to retrieve him he was gone.  This was a foreshadowing of the resurrection of the Messiah (Matthew 28:6).

 

John F. Kennedy was the last President assassinated.  His murder was a picture of the serpent being raised on a pole which brought healing to Israel.  This was a foreshadow of Jesus who was raised on a cross for the healing of the nations (John 3:14-15).

 

The Assassination of President McKinley – BBC Documentary

Passing the Torch: McKinley, Roosevelt and the 1901 Pan-American Exposition

The Assassination of President William McKinley at the Pan American Exposition

The Assassination of President William McKinley at the Pan American Exposition

 

The Presidents Code

The Presidents Code

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