George Washington reincarnated as Robert E. Lee reincarnated as Dwight Eisenhower

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George Washington was reincarnated as Robert E. Lee. Lee's wife - Mary Custis Lee - was the great-granddaughter of Martha Custis Washington. Lee's father - Light-Horse Harry Lee - was GW's best friend and delivered his famous eulogy, "First in war, first in peace, first in the heart of his countrymen." Lee was born 7 years after GW's death and 7 miles from GW's birthplace. Lee's father-in-law was George Washington Parke Custis - the step-grandson and adopted son of GW - who built Arlington House as a memorial to GW. Lee was married at and lived at Arlington House which contained more GW memorabilia than Mount Vernon. Lee's first-born son was George Washington Custis Lee. GW took command of the Continental Army on July 3rd, 1775 and exactly 88 years later, Lee ordered Pickett's Charge. This is perhaps the most obvious direct-reincarnation in world history!

Lee was reincarnated as Dwight D. Eisenhower whose only private home was his Gettysburg Farm. Ike gave several foreign dignitaries tours of the battlefield. Ike's first command was Camp Colt on the grounds of Pickett's Charge. On Nov. 19, 1963 - the 100th Anniversary of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, President Kennedy asked Ike to sub for him at the ceremony because he was going to Dallas. In Ike's Oval Office, he had four photographs grouped together on the wall: Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, and Robert E. Lee. Franklin went on the record for his belief in reincarnation six months before his death. At the end of his life, Franklin was obsessed with keeping the fragmented country together and abolishing slavery. His last official act was submitting a bill to Congress to abolish slavery on Feb. 12, 1790.

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