2020 has been one of the strangest years in history. With the pandemic, civil unrest and the tragic deaths of Kobe Bryant in a helicopter crash and Chadwick Boseman from colon cancer, 2021 can’t get here fast enough!! While conspiracy theories have been floating around quite a bit because of all the strange global events, one that we over here at The Packie found quite interesting is the theory that President Donald Trump is actually a time traveler. Considering screenwriter Bob Gale actually admitted to basing Biff from ‘Back to the Future’ on Donald Trump we thought we would analyze some of the claims of Trump becoming President by manipulating time travel.
Connection to Nikola Tesla
Telsa was in the Hotel New Yorker and as soon as he dropped dead the Office of Alien property was storming his room and seized documents related to his work. Telsa had figured out time travel and had figured it was electromagnetic related when experimenting with his coils and had found himself in a bubble outside of time. The notebooks that contained this information landed in the hands of MIT scientist John Trump, the uncle of President Trump.
Books from the 1900s Predicting a Trump Presidency
The books are called, “Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey,” and, “1900; Or, The Last President.” Both were written in the 1890s by Ingersoll Lockwood. he plot of the first book about Baron Trump includes the story about a young boy who finds a secret portal and time travels. “There are some incredible connections to be made to the first family of the United States and Lockwood’s novels from the turn of the 19th century. For starters, the main character’s name is the same as President Donald J. Trump’s son, albeit spelt differently. Trump’s adventures begin in Russia and are guided thanks to directions provided by ‘the master of all masters’, a man named ‘Don.’ Before leaving for his voyage through the unknown, Trump is told of his family’s motto: ‘The pathway to glory is strewn with pitfalls and danger.’” But wait it gets even weirder.
Lockwood wrote a sequel series of novels four years after the initial publication of his first book. In his third novel, “1900; Or, The Last President,” things seem quite similar to present day. The story starts with a scene from a panicked New York City in early November. It describes a “state of uproar” after an election in which an enormously opposed outsider is granted power. An outsider candidate. Sound familiar?
After the chaotic scene in NYC, we find out that the man who won the presidency is incredibly wealthy and resides on 5th avenue. In case you did not know, the Trump Tower is on 5th avenue.
While more than likely these are all just some remarkable coincidences. The debate continues on social media and like most conspiracy theories can never be proven, but are nevertheless fun to discuss. However, if Trump had really time travelled, I would hope he could do a better job as President.