Somehow it's comforting to know that presidents, at least the PAST presidents, had some of the same feelings as the average folks! Makes them seem a little more like the common man, ya know? I doubt that we could say the same thing today. What say that we take a look at one of these particular feelings experienced by late presidents.
Precognition of American Presidents
Precognition—including the vague sense of impending doom—is an unexplained phenomenon whereby events are seen before their time. Eerily, Abraham Lincoln reported a dream in which he had seen his own dead body. Only days later, he was fatally shot.
Quantum theorists studying the fourth dimension propose that time can bend, allowing us to glimpse the future. Limiting ourselves to American Presidents alone, we find that John Garfield and William McKinley also “previewed” their own deaths. In a related—albeit slightly different—case of extrasensory perception, John Adams’ last words the moment before he died were simply “Thomas Jefferson.” It was unknown to him, but hours before, his great political rival had indeed passed away…
The feelings or premonitions that we get may be a common thread among all of us, but it would be interesting to know just what causes them, don't you think? I personally don't think that I want to know the future, but I do feel that we should pay attention to all of those little warning bells that occasionally go off in our head. Those feelings are there for a reason, at least in my opinion!
Coffee out on the patio this morning. I think the Spring type weather is back for a while!