Thomas Jefferson's parents were Peter and Jane Randolph Jefferson who lived in the Goochland Shire, Tuckahoe Creek and Fort Germanna region of the Shenandoah Valley where Joseph Rutherford Walker, the scout for John C. Fremont, builder of the first Transcontinental Railroad, was born. Joseph Walker was son of Joseph Walker Sr. and Susan Willis Walker whose plantation was near William Randolph II, the cousin of Thomas Jefferson's mother.
|Monticello, the domed home designed and built|
by Thomas Jefferson
|The twin domes of Monticello|
and the Jefferson
Leading scholars from around the world are expressing their excitement that this final reference prophetically described what Dwight D. Eisenhower said in his departing speech in which he articulated his fear of a reliance upon a new "military industrialist complex". "It's quite possible that Jefferson's message was transferred to Ike by means of a paranormal conduit or medium," said Dr. Starr B. Bellweather, the curator at the Museum of Paranormal Prophecies in Quincy, Massachusetts.