Gettysburg Address
& Civil War Prophecy
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RPSTNTHTLLMNRCRTDQLNWWRNGGDNGRTCVLWRTSTNGWHTHRTHTNTNRNYNTNSCNCVDND
SDDCTDCNLNGNDRWRMTNGRTBTTLFLDFTHTWRWHVCMTDDCTPRTNFTHTFLDSFNLRSTNGP
LCFRTHSWHHRGVTHRLVSTHTTHTNTNMGHTLVTSLTGTHRFTTNGNDPRPRTHTWSHLDDTHSB
TNLRGRSNSWCNNTDDCTWCNNTCNSCRTWCNNTHLLWTHSGRNDTHBRVMNLVNGNDDDWHSTRG
GLDHRHVCNSCRTDTFRBVRPRPWRTDDRDTRCTTHWRLDWLLLTTLNTNRLNGRMMBRWHTWSYH
RBTTCNNVRFRGTWHTTHYDDHRTSFRSTHLVNGRTHRTBDDCTDHRTTHNFNSHDWRKWHCHTHY
WHFGHTHRHVTHSFRSNBLYDVNCDTSRTHRFRSTBHRDDCTDTTHGRTTSKRMNNGBFRSTHTFR
MTHSHNRDDDWTKNCRSDDVTNTTHTCSFRWHCHTHYGVTHLSTFLLMSRFDVTNTHTWHRHGHLY
RSLVTHTTHSDDSHLLNTHVDDNVNTHTTHSNTNNDRGDSHLLHVNWBRTHFFRDMNDTHTGVRNM
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Booth’s name appears above & behind Lincoln, just as he did in Ford’s Theatre that fateful night.  Lincoln is shot and falls prone.  Booth, jumping from the box, falls awkwardly to the stage.  Booth escapes the scene.
The outcome of the war is predicted.  Grant & Lee are crossed, with Lee & his forces declining and Grant remaining on the level.