Lincoln and the Civil War are Media Creations. Out of Place Artifacts: Gettysburg Cemetery Arch

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This is supposed to be the entrance to the battlefield cemetery at Gettysburg. The archway has long since been forgotten along with all mention and it was only by happenstance I found it. Archways are signal from the Old World. This particular one is somewhat of an enigma.

Note the flimsy wooden gate attached to the pristine brick structure. What looks like damage to the brick is on the picture itself, not the structure, there is nothing wrong with it aside from a few busted glass panels.

The pile of debris on the left doesnt look like fence rails. It looks like whatever was inside the structure was tossed outside for removal. The cheap gazebo on the right is more modern too. It doesnt match the other repurposed pavillions of old. Maybe the bones are old but the lattice is missing strips and the vines have taken over the upper portion.

Also the foundation appears to be made of stone, it doesn’t match the rest of the brick work. If you zoom in you can see the discoloration about halfway up, this was covered up with something, maybe water, maybe earth, who knows. I just know this is an out of place artifact.

The top decoration doesn’t match either. Not the design or the type of building material. There is no patina that comes with aging. It’s new. In fact, it looks photoshopped. People have a difficult time comprehending that photo manipulation has been around for as long as there have been photos. It doesn’t look so much as a recent addition as it looks like the contrast doesn’t match. Not only that but the two cap pieces flanking it on either side dont match either. The original top has been cut off and the bland looking fake was chopshopped to hide it. Look at the other archways similar in scope and most have a horse theme. This crosses too far over into the realm of speculation so hopefully one day we will return .

Other images of supposed corpses given battlefield burials are what one would expect given the literature on the subject, just bodies piled up in rows with some dirt thrown on top. So that begs the question, who built this magnificent archway and when and why isnt there any record of it anywhere except some dusty old files in the national archives under the name of a spook photographer that never existed?

I just realized why the focus is on the centerpiece of the Evergreen Gates. It is not very ornamental for such attn as hand drawing it in old construction photos. Not like it was part of a free-energy generator, or statuary of the Horsemen, its a plain-jane urn. Thats it. It’s a funerary urn. It’s so important bc the place is set to be a cemetery and thats why it is so important this is the showpiece.

It came to me days after publishing I was looking at images of Croatia, (you’d be amazed at the old stuff you can find lying around where you’d least expect it.) In this cemetery the gates have one on one side and its missing from the other, and I thought, well who would take such a boring piece, then I thought, wow that looks just like the Evergreen piece, then I realized its an urn. Now it makes sense. Gotcha bitches

Evergreen Cemetery still exists today

Bonus: Evergreen Cemetery, Colonial America is a Hoax

The his-story of the gates and the people involved each have their own stories to tell. Without getting too sidetracked lets hit up just a few of the headliners.

Steven Decatur Button

The Evergreen Cemetery was built in 1855 by architect Steven Decatur Button, this guy also built a similar themed cemetery gates at Mt Moriah and the Egyptian style Oddfellows Cemetery, both in Philly. In Mt Moriah is buried Civil War Metal of Honor recipient that served on the USS Richmond, Mr McClelland. The Oddfellows cemetery buried Civil War casualties taken from nearby McClellan Hospital. All this is according to the Ministry of Truth Wiki, the connections arent pointed out, you have to know what you are looking for. This is an example of how its a self-supporting system that only acknowledge their own and steal credit for everything, regardless of truth.

Button also is noteworthy for the Gothic style First Baptist Church of Philly and the short-lived first Montgomery, AL Capitol Building. Both of these burnt down shortly after completion.

Samuel Simon Schmucker

The cornerstone was laid by Reverend Samuel Simon Schmucker on Sept 1, 1855. Sammy Simon Schmuck… The guys name is Schmuck. That’s supposed to be for real or something? Mockery at its finest, like the triple S’s, SSS, like a snake in the grass. The symbolism is everywhere.

Attended UPenn at age 15, University of PA is one of the 9 oldest universities in America, along with Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, William and Mary, Brown, Philips Exeter… Those are the ones I know off the top, there are a few more. Its a thing in the spook world to go to one of these, they’re command centrals used for recruitment and training and NWO military intelligence industrial complexes. After UP he went to do missionary work in KY (missionary is code for either slaver or intelligence agent), upon returning he debriefed at Princeton before returning to Gburg

Schmuck was one of the first religious figures in history, history being the year we call 1800, I didn’t check but if you looked Im sure you’ll find his counterpart in Jedidiah Morse, of the famous Missionary School.

Sammy founded the Gettysburg Seminary and the Gettysburg College, and started a New World politico-religious movement called the General Synod. Listen to this, on the college Wiki page it says they award…

  • The Lincoln Prize has been awarded annually since 1991 for the best non-fiction historical work of the year on the Civil War.
  • Starting in 2005, the Michael Shaara Prize has been awarded for excellence in Civil War fiction. Shaara was the author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning 1974 novel about the Battle of Gettysburg,

Get it? It’s a joke, on you… Unless you’re a NWO spook. It’s called mockery. Lincoln is a fictional character, he wasn’t real. This is a prestigious institution offering a reward for writing a non-fiction piece about Charlie Brown. And then to top it off, they give another prize out named after the guy that did write the best Civil War fiction, and they say he himself won a Pulitzer for writing about Gburg. It’s difficult to find the right words so I can dumb it down for everyone that isn’t following… They just admitted the Pulitzer winner is the best fictional writer they have. LOL Fux sake bro.

1846 was a big year, for starters Schmuck merged with a medical industrial complex out of Philly, a proto Big-Pharm, Jefferson Medical College, anything named after a fake founding father is bad news. This was already part of UPenn so whats up? Wait for it… it was founded by a Dr. George McClellan. Yep. This family is embedded like a tick. Another JMC founder had a son graduate in ’49 that went onto become Surgeon General of the Army. *Check out W. Forbes and the grave robbing scandal that led to the legislation regarding unclaimed bodies being donated to science. I can tell you without looking the case was staged. A Forbes charged with body snatching, good one.

Sammy wrote a book in 1838 that led to the creation of the World Evangelical Alliance, which was formed in Freemasons Hall, London, 1846. As the name suggests this is the One World religion of the NWO, If you weren’t yet convinced, their office within the United Nations is located in Geneva and they also use the acronym WEF, which is World Evangelic Fellowship but also is World Economic Forum, which happens to be based in Switzerland as well.

Simple Simon the Schmuck is one of the O.G. New World Order priests, he just is credited with blessing the cornerstone ceremony at the Evergreen Gates. Gburg college is in the Matthew Brady photoalbum, you’ll see it, its fenced off with freshly planted saplings. The Seminary is the massive brick structure with the recognizable cupola in the background of many Civil War pictures.

The funniest part yet is that the home of SSSchmuck was used as a hospital during the battle, you know, the hospital camp that we have pictures of in Sullivans name that has no patients and a Luciferian sigil hanging over each tent? Yeah that hospital, that was Sammy’s place. But wait I ain’t finished, the property was attached to an all girls campus called the Oak Ridge Academy. Crazy right? Maybe not if you haven’t read my file on Oak Ridge you wouldn’t get it, thats why you have to know what you’re looking for and be able to recognize it once it’s found. I think this is location number 5 named Oak Ridge and each one has some treacherous shit behind it. More about that soon, for now we have to get back to the Evergreen Cemetery Gates.

Link to Schmuck’s Appleton Encyclopedia bio. Appleton was one of the sacrifices, all mainstream sources print fictional people, some are set up so obvious that they get thrown under the bus by their own people to make the other sources seem more credible. Appletons got outed after an unacceptable amount of nonexistant people were listed in their pages but they continued to print anyway. Anybody with a write-up is a red flag.

Back to Evergreen

Oak Ridge


The gazebo off to the right. We’ll be taking a look here too of course. Already we can see the lattice is damaged and the vines have taken over. In an earlier image the panels arent even attached all the way.

The pavilions of Old were functional as well as ornametal. I dont mean functional as they provided a spot in the shade for social gatherings either. Understanding the full role has proven difficult but it revolves around the energy production of the suppressed type. After the reset the technology was removed, or at least rendered unrecognizable, and the structures were repurposed as just a plain stage, in some of the more prominent areas we can find the first carousels in Paris and Coney Island.

There are often found alongside other pieces of the energy generators such as the archways. This is the case we have in Gettysburg. The pavilion here was here the whole time, its not like it was thrown together hastily around the water cooler. It appears in ruins in the first picture and remains throughout the sequence. Its even featured in the fake battle paintings. Not only was it here but it was fixed instead of torn down.

Whatever input I could offer of the purpose and role the original gazebo would be speculation on my part, which I avoid as much as possible. However its presence and repair is noteworthy

Arches in Art

Here are the only images available of any actual battle scenes. I mean there are tons more similar in nature but these three are representative, meaning they are all introduced later and drawings, artist renditions. There are no pictures of the battle bc there was no battle.

The obelisks and monuments were present in the art work bc the place was supposed to have been a cemetery before the battle. We have seen the photographs which refute this as they are absent in the early images and appear in the later ones.

Money Shot

You would think for all the excitement there would be literal mountains of dead bodies in the field. I have been to Gettysburg several times and seen the battlefield, its not that big, so with names like the Slaughter Pen and Devils Den you’d expect a bloodbath scene right? Sorry to disappoint but no, here are the few photos I could find, most are from Gettysburg but I included some from other famous battles too for comparison. There was no war, at least not like we have been indoctrinated to believe.

This is the only image featuring some kind of gore or what you’d expect a real war casualty to look like. Its still fake as fuck though. If someone’s guts got blown out dont you’d think there would be a mess on their clothes? Not a speck of blood. Zoom in on the face. These early fake death shot use prosethic fish lips, I guess its some sort of imagery projection. The people looking at this most likely have never seen a dead body before, swollen appendages and such are exaggerated. Plus hes got an eye hanging out that just looks like something from the Halloween Store. The hand is blown off but does the photographer expect people to think it landed there or did he toss it back with the corpse? Either way doesnt really matter bc its their favorite ‘Hidden Hand’ NWO gang sign thats what it really is.

Heres the thing with all these pictures: 1. theres no blood on anyone, not one. Not even the guy that had his guts blown out had any blood on him. 2. The ground is undisturbed in every one. Not even the grass is flattened in most of them, no divets or craters or horse prints or cart/cannon tracks. 3. No debris. They are laying in a pristine field, no trash littering the ground. No items of a soldier like canteens or weapons or shredded clothing, nothing. Fake. 4. How did Sullivan manage to sneak out into the field and capture the dead soldiers each day. I didnt include the caption when I cropped the photos from the Library of Congress, they are specifically marked on which day the pics were taken. I guess Sullivan had a Press Pass. And number 5. Where all the the bodies? this is just half dozen tops, even if they were authentic, which they are absolutely are not, but say they were. 50,000+ people died here that weekend. Do you realize how many 50,000 dead bodies would be laying around. I sure dont, but Im sure it doesnt look like this. Here is a quote from a body detail soldier, I mean a script written by some spook that never saw Gettysburg:

Now you look me in the eye and tell me you think any one of these pictures match that description. Fakes, Moving on.

The next three images provide the only attempt to prove there were actual graves in the cemetery, albeit not exact 52,000 ppl worth of graves but 6 is a start. The last image supposedly was taken during the 1870’s during a massive exhumation process to give everyone a proper burial

So many bodies were buried in the fields of Gettysburg that not all were found, and remains were still being discovered almost a century and a half later. 

In 1996, a tourist found human remains in territory called Railroad Cut, about a mile outside town. It was the first time more or less complete human remains had been found on the battlefield since 1939, reported the Baltimore Sun at the time.

The remains were examined by the Smithsonian, and found to belong to a man about 5 foot 8 or 9 tall, in his early 20s, who had been shot in the back of the head. 

In 1997 the remains were given a military burial in Gettysburg National Military Park Cemetery alongside partial remains of other other soldiers found over the years.

If the Smithsonian is involved they are lying, they are fake history gatekeepers like Harvard.

Hints of Crimea

Here is my link that details the Crimean War.


There was no battle fought in Gettysburg. Its another tourist-trap history hoax site. The monuments tell the story for us. There are so many triggers I could waste a whole post here. In fact, it does run on a little bit, please excuse me, I kept finding more and more cool shit till eventually I had to cut myself off. Here is a link that details every monument and memorial in Gettysburg and the Civil War for that matter. An invaluable resource if such a thing is needed.

There are over 1200 individual monuments and markers in Gettysburg. Its like Harpers Ferry but much larger, and Harpers Ferry is located on the canal and river and railroad and state lines and foot paths like the Appalachian Trail, a vortex. Gburg is about midway to some major populated areas but its landlocked with no major rail system… I’m still scratching my head.

33rd Massachusetts

See, told ya, monuments are a distinct language. A 33 obelisk in any context is a mark, they are more common than you might think. I’m not going all the way back to explain the meaning but you can find it all over the website, just read up some of the other posts.

This one is for the Massachusetts Infantry that supposedly served at the fictional battle here. The plaque has alot of number codes going on here too: 2nd brigade from 2nd division, 11th Corp… So right off the top we have triple doubles, 11, 22, 33.

July 2 would be 7/2, or 77, or 27. Not much meaning to me but it does present another case of doubles. 72 has significance in other schools, for example in the Precession of the Equinox the zodiac moves across the night sky 1 degree in 72 years. (Random link for more info). In this line it takes 26,000 years for a complete cycle of the zodiac. I can’t offer any input about this thread, except that everything said about Space and History is a lie

NY Monument

The monument was dedicated in 1893. 1893 was the year of the Chicago World Fair, many historically significant hoaxes and false flags originate from this point in time. Why would so many fake dead soldiers be from NY in such a backwoods area like Gettysburg? Families insert themselves as martyrs for generational status centuries later. Such a list to track down the decedents of fake dead soldiers would take too much genealogical research than I am willing to do but you can bet I’m pretty accurate.


This was the first Confederate monument established at the site, not until 1884. It seems they couldnt get their story straight, somebody had to go back and correct the lettering to match whatever the script called for. There are multiple excuses given as to the confusion, such as the like of since Maryland was a neutral state they had Confederate and Union troops fighting each other. Sure, whatever you need to tell yourself. They had to change that shit bc the narrative always changes on the fly.

Another obelisk, gee whata shocker. The ball on top could be the Sun over the Pyramid or the All Seeing Eye. Or both. These things are layered.

Here is a close up of the change. The fact that the change is even acknowledged is what confuses me. These corrections happen all the time. Normally the whole stone is replaced if the name cant be stuck from the original with a new one added. link

Eternal Flame of Peace

The memorial was dedicated by President Franklin Roosevelt on July 3rd, 1938, the 75th anniversary of the battle. One Union and one Confederate veteran unveiled the 47 foot tall shaft.

Over 1,800 Civil War veterans attended what was to be the last reunion, all of them at least in their nineties. They lived in a luxurious tent camp complete with electricity and boardwalks set up in the fields north of Gettysburg College, attended by a host of Boy Scouts.

The monument was the inspiration for the eternal flame on President Kennedy’s grave at Arlington National Cemetery. Thats a load o crap, the Eternal Flame is a representation of Lucifer and that is the inspiration for ALL the flames we document at this website.

Signal Corps

The Signal Corp dont try to take any prizes at Gettysburg but thres no way such a major fraud production like this is gonna be pulled off without their inclusion. The Signal Corps are some of the most scandalous perps ever. Check the Westward Expansion essay for background


L: A 4-sided arch is the largest State memorial in Gettysburg, finished for the 50th anno, 1913. Atop is perched a winged entity wielding a sword in one hand and a food crop in the other, the message said to be the biblical passage, “beat your swords into plow shares.” Others say it means ‘Victory through peace,’ which to me says ‘Peace by superior firepower.’ The truth is neither, probly more something like, ‘Go do your slave work or I’ll fuck you up.’ I havent given it too much thought though. R: Old World style castle tower topped by Maltese Cross, 91st PA


Tammany Hall

Tammany Hall, the notoriously corrupt political org from NY couldnt help but get in on the action. I’ll have to go back and review his file but Tammany got started through fake history surrounding some old world Starforts and make-believe Indian Wars, Tammany was the name of the Delaware chief. They also were influential in establishing Columbus Day, a holiday most cherished by Native Americans today. Anything surrounding Columbus they have a hand in, like the Columbian Expo in 1893, one of, if not the biggest World Fair in America.

It is appropriate they chose an Indian motif for their Civil War monument… just ask them. Thats what my mind goes to every time I hear the name Gettysburg, Indians. The tipi is a symbolic pyramid. Note the hand on the hip with one leg slightly extended farther than the other, with a walking stick, sometimes it’s a cane, sometimes its a rifle, but the pose is a tell. Link

The 322 shout out is just the tits. The backplate tells it was a Kennedy that was responsible and includes the sun burst rising on a Reset and Roman seascape.

Another from NY but only from private interests, not governmental. The NY flag is included inset the granite pedestal.

Jenny Wade

Jenny Wade is known for being the only civilian to have died during the battle. Legend has it she was making bread for a Union troop when a Rebel sharpshooter shot her through the heart. Jenny’s last words to her sister were: “If there is anyone in this house that is to be killed today, I hope it is me,” because her sister had a baby. She was buried in her sister’s garden on the 4th of July, later to be moved into Evergreen Cemetery. You can’t get any more patriotic than that, Hollywood writers couldn’t make this stuff up, oh wait they do.

Can’t just end it there, lets go for over-the-top drama. The heart-wrenching tragick love story is her fiance’ is buried in a nearby plot. He was killed in a later battle and the two rest together each without knowing the others fate. I ilke the way they manipulate Jenny from Ginnie, from Virginia, from the Virgin Mary. Classic stuff here boys and girls, I love it. Her story is Puke. (Wait, Herstory, that’s kinda like History. Get it? Lol, sorry I couldnt help it)

Look, this segment is about inclusivness. She is another spook apparition, like Lincoln. Part of her includes going to see Lincoln even, they always use lies to prop up other lies, its their M.O.

Her family made her up. Dad was commissioned by the 80th PA Militia and Capt of the 10th infantry (Aces and Eights). Her sis was Mink Coat Mafia, see my post for details on who they were. She was an early Feminist. Not only that, she was a McClellan, as in General McClellan of the entire fucking Union army. I could write a whole dedicated post to this creep, but for now one sentence from his official bio, and you’ll see why this sentence in a bit…

 “Initially appointed by Ohio’s Governor William Dennison, he was soon made second only to Scott by a former attorney for the Illinois Central-Abraham Lincoln.” 

Sissy McClellan had in her resume, among other titles:

  • Civil War Nurse
  • President, National Woman’s Relief Corps (WRC)
  • President, Iowa Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU)
  • Matron, Benedict Home for Unwed Mothers, Ft. Dodge, IA.
  • Gettysburg house is a museum today

The background of these can be found in the Angels on Horseback, Frontier Nursing Service, and Birth Control Pill development post, I’m speaking of Mary Breckenridge.

They only reference themselves and prop each other up, so I’m not surprized to find in Sissy’s bio they lived on 49-51 Breckenridge Street before the battle. In the aftermath, she worked as a nurse for wounded soldiers quartered at the Adams County Court House. On 19 Nov (666) 1863 she was among those gathered with President Lincoln as he delivered his Gettysburg Address in dedication of the new Soldiers’ National Cemetery. The following year she worked in Washington, D.C., caring for wounded soldiers at Emery Hospital.

Looking for a fresh start, they traveled as far as Iowa, where a small railroad had just penetrated (Gen McClellan was an engineer for the railroad), and in 1866 the couple left Gettysburg to live there temporarily. On 03 Nov (333) 1866 the first passenger train arrived at the unincorporated village of Denison, laid out 10 years earlier in Crawford Co. In 1867 they settled in Denison, In Denison they had 3 more children: James Briton (1867-1936), Nellie G. (1870-1959), and John Harry (1880-1952). Lou McClellan became Denison’s first marshal, serving 3 terms. He was a building contractor by trade, remembered for many structures, including the “old” courthouse and brick schoolhouse.

So it turns out they were Resetters given their own town to settle, Given credit for building the leftover pre-reset structures like the courthouse… I wonder if I can find an image of the Old Courthouse he stole credit for… The town was named after the Ohio Gov that appointed the General. Thats why I chose that quote. He wasn’t second to Lincoln, there was no Lincoln. He won, and his family was given birth-right privilege and fictitious relatives were invented to be martyred, just I said in the beginning. I dont see where people dont get it.

Masonic Ritual

The above says “Laying the cornerstone for the Soldiers Monument at Gettysburg, July 4, 1865. Photographed by Gardener, purchased by Philip and Solomon, Washington. Thats the first time Gardener’s name has come up as the photographer of anything. He is part of the trio along with Brady and Sullivan, I dont think any of them are flesh and bone human, they are real in the same sense that gives currency its value. Alex Gardener is a pun; A. Gardener, get it? They are plantng the seeds and cultivating the NWO. I doubt there really was an actual photograph of the cornerstone ceremony, if so it is hanging behind the lodge doors somewhere or locked in a private collection

National Dedication: Dedicated Tourist-Trap History

The finishing touches were the most important part of the illusion of the grandiose battle scene, the cannon. The arrival of the cannons dont come until all the site prepping is complete. They are for looks, the centerpiece, nothing but stage-props. The cannon represent the cheap smoke-and-mirrors parlor trick used on such a large scale the idea someone had just been took couldn’t even enter their fluoridated brains.

Abe Lincoln delivers the famous Gburg Address on the Grand Opening day, we’ll get to him in a bit.

Gettysburg had a great big party when the site was finally ready for ticket sales. They even brought in the nonexistant prez Lincoln… or so we are told today, who knows what they told the people back then, the contemporary media reports the incident but then again they have fake papers going back to Colonial America, which never existed at all.