President Ronald Reagan and the Curse of Tippecanoe

To understand the presence of astrologers and psychics in the White House during President Ronald Reagan’s two terms in the White House one needs to look at a three important pieces of information. One, the origins of Ronald Reagan’s political career. Two, the nature of Nancy and Ronald Reagan’s relationship. And, third, and obscure event in American history called the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811. The convergence of these three seemingly unrelated events lead to psychics, astrologers and such becoming part of White House politics in modern times.

This article will be presented in three parts:
Part 1 President Ronald Reagan and the Curse of Tippecanoe (the page you are on now);
Part 2 Nancy Reagan and the Power of Astrology in the White House;
Part 3 The Reagan’s Secret Reveal – Psychics And Such in the White House.

Origins and Rise of Ronald Reagan’s Political Career
Nancy and Ronald Reagan, though a conservative icons, rose to prominence in California during the turbulent 1960s and 1970s where the 1960s counter culture was born. The couple had become accustom to the more open, liberal thinking that had exploded in California during the late 1960s and 1970s (not that they agreed or accepted most of it). Many Californians feel that the election of Reagan to Governor was a backlash to the counter culture movement and the ‘hippy’ revolution.

The Reagan’s were a couple who were very familiar with Hollywood and the Hollywood elite (given that both Nancy and Ronald had pursued acting careers before Ronald took up politics). So, it was not uncommon for the Reagans to meet and mingle with artists, astrologers and so forth at Hollywood parties and gatherings. In fact, the Reagan’s became good friends with noted astrologer Carroll Righter during the 1960s.

Though many associate the Reagan’s with the conservative, Christian right (and indeed the Reagans considered themselves devote Christians) the fact was that both Nancy And Ronald were at heart true, ‘old school’ Republicans who felt everyone (including themselves) had the right to believe as they wished. It is well known the Reagan’s had many liberal friends and pursued the American ideal of allowing all to have their opinions and agree to disagree. Ronald Reagan was able to become a two term Governor of ‘liberal’ California not because he was very conservative, but because he was a tough, smart, open-minded conservative willing to think for himself and work with all types of individuals.

Deeply in Love – Deeply Committed – And A Team
The second piece of information one needs to know is that the Reagans were a team. Nancy Reagan was deeply protective of Ronald and Ronald had no problem taking advice from Nancy. When Ronald Reagan was elected Governor of California and later President of the United States, you didn’t just get Ronald. You got the Reagan’s as a team. This was consistent throughout Ronald Reagan’s personal life and political career. Ronald Reagan made it clear that Nancy was his most trusted advisor and confidant. If you wanted to serve in Ronald Reagan’s administration, you’d best understand that Nancy Reagan was at the top of the pecking order, and not ‘just’ Ronald Reagan’s wife.

The Curse of Tippecanoe – Accurate for Nearly 170 Years
Now we get to the third, and most important piece of information as to why there were psychics and astrologers in and around the White House during Ronald Reagan’s Presidential administration: The Curse of Tippecanoe. This curse was also known as the Twenty-Year Presidential Jinx, Tecumseh’s Curse, the Zero-Year Curse, the Presidential Curse, and/or the Twenty-Year Curse. The Curse of Tippecanoe is used to describe the regular death in office of Presidents of the United States elected or re-elected in years divisible by twenty. And the curse held true beginning with President William Henry Harrison (elected in 1840 – died of pneumonia); Abraham Lincoln (elected in 1860 – Assassinated); President James Garfield (elected in 1880 – Assassinated); President William McKinley (elected 1900 – Assassinated); President Warren G. Harding (elected 1920 – Heart Attack/Stroke); President Franklin Roosevelt (elected 1940 – Cerebral hemorrhage) and President John F. Kennedy (1960 – Assassinated).

The Curse of Tippecanoe was first revealed by Robert Ripley who laid out the curse in a 1931 edition of ‘Ripley’s Believe It or Not’.
The curse is said to have originated from an obscure event in American history in 1811, the Battle of Tippecanoe. William Henry Harrison was the Governor of the Indiana territory and likely had ambitions to become President of the United States one day. To expand the Indiana territory (Indiana literally means ‘land of the Indians’), Harrison pushed through a deal with some local tribes to acquire over 3,000,000 acres of land for white settlers. This would set up turning the Indiana territories to create new States for the United States. Not all native tribes who lived on or utilized this land agreed with nor were a part of what would be called ‘The Treaty of Fort Wayne’ which ceded millions of acres to the United States. The strongest objections came from Shawnee leader Tecumseh. And so began what is known as Tecumseh’s War … what would be called by white settlers as a revolt by native Americans against a treaty they agreed to.

In order to put down these ‘hostile natives’, Governor Harrison organized and led U.S forces in an effort to drive out Tecumseh and his allies from a place called Prophetstown which was near the confluence of the Tippecanoe and Wabash rivers. Tecumseh was away gathering more allies when Harrison and the U.S. forces arrived at Prophetstown. Tecumseh’s brother, Tenskwatawa (who was a shaman known as the Prophet) was the leader in charge of Prophetstown. Out manned and out gunned by U.S. forces, Tenskwatawa ordered a night time attack on Harrison in an effort to overwhelm the U.S. forces with surprise. So ensued the Battle of Tippecanoe in November of 1811.

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The native Americans with a few of their British allies were repealed and defeated. Harrison’s victory at Tippecanoe (and his acquisition of all the additional lands for the United States) set him up to become President of the United States. It is said a curse was placed on Harrison and the White House by Tenskwatawa – a curse that Harrison and all future Presidents who entered the White House during years with the same end number as Harrison (a ‘0’) would not leave office alive. And so it was for nearly 170 years that every President who enter the White House with in a year that ended with a ‘0’ died in office at one point or another. This was a cycle of every 20 years, which is why the Curse of Tippecanoe was also called the 20 Year Curse.

In part two of this article, Nancy Reagan Takes Charge With Astrology at the White House we’ll take a look at how Nancey Reagan took over the White House schedule, worked with a noted astrologer clairvoyant, and made sure President Ronald Reagan stayed safe (and his agenda moved forward successfully).

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