There is so much to cover about the Esoteric Meaning of June 16 that my brain is about to explode.
First, on this day in 1858 Abraham Lincoln gave his "House Divided" reception speech to the Republican Party convention in Springfield. "I do not expect the Union to be dissolved..." he had said. "...but I do expect it will cease to be divided." He went on to say that "either the opponents or advocates of slavery will win."
Lincoln made it clear that he thought slavery was immoral and needed to be outlawed. This is when he said, "A house divided against itself cannot stand."
Of course, the opponents to slavery won and the rest is history.
A few years later on June 16 in 1884, the first roller coaster in America opens at a Coney Island playground in New York. Coincidentally, the next year, in 1885, Friedrich Trump, a 16-year-old German barber, bought a one-way ticket for America, escaping three years of compulsory German military service.
|This is not Frederich Trump, but close.
That's right, the great grandfather of Donald Trump left Germany to avoid military service, and planted the evil seed that is now Donald Trump.
So what does Abraham Lincoln's humanistic acceptance speech, the roller coaster, and evil seed of Frederich Trump have to do with June 16? It was on this day in 2015 that Donald Trump launched his presidential campaign by blaming immigrants for the white man's struggles, and the greatest political roller coaster ride since Abraham Lincoln began.
Other Esoteric Facts about June 16: the movie Psycho opened in New York city a few blocks away from where Donald Trump lived at the time. And those "Mexicans" that Donald Trump began his presidential campaign by calling criminal, enjoy an Incan Festival of the Sun on June 16. This festival includes a family picnic and the ancient custom of burning one's old clothing to banish bad luck.
So, let's all burn some old clothing today with hopes the demon-seed roller coaster ride ends this year and the Republican Party doesn't nominated Donald Trump to run for president again, and as Lincoln said, divide us against ourselves. It's just too exhausting.
~~ Eso Terry