Thursday, November 19, 2015

Brian David Andersen | Was November 22, 1963 the Day JFK Died Lived and Became a Martyr?



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S  y n o p s i s 

As we approach the 52nd Anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, we continue searching for clues that may once and for all elucidate what happened that Friday afternoon, on November 22nd 1963 at 12:30 PM central standard time on Elm street, in Dealy Plaza, Dallas, Texas.

What if President Kennedy did not die after all? What if he experienced a transformation that changed him as a human being throughout his presidency? He became a different person; a better human who realized his goals did not coincide with those who put him in power? What if he was presented two choices because he was no longer allowed to lead: Choice #1: Be killed and become a martyr and Choice #2: Pretend to be killed and become a martyr and live the rest of your life elsewhere and in secrecy.

If you are ready to be shocked with new information about the assassination of our 35th president, then listen to this interview.

As a courtesy, Brian David Andersen has provided the following link to his presentation so you can follow while you listen:


B i o 

Brian David Andersen became a self-taught researcher/inventor/scientist after 20 years as a freelance investigative writer and photojournalist trained at the University Of Missouri School Of Journalism. When making the transition to investigating physics and chemistry, Andersen's focus was on discovering the simple truths of our reality rather than just achieving a passing grade that is the core emphasis of traditional education. 

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