Figure skater Tonya Harding shot President John F. Kennedy in her previous life as Lee Harvey Oswald. That theory is the centerpiece of Tonya Harding Shot JFK: Dreams, Symbols & Synchronicity, an e-book by Vacaville, California author Robert Urbanek.
He pointed to coincidences as evidence that Oswald and Kennedy returned in this life as Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan. Both Tonya Harding and Lee Harvey Oswald have the letters "Har" in their names. Both victims were Irish Catholics from Massachusetts whose last names began with the letters "Ke": John F. Kennedy and Nancy Kerrigan, and both were attacked in cities beginning with the letter "D": Dallas and Detroit.
Harding and Oswald have similar facial features. Kennedy doesn't look like Nancy Kerrigan, but Kerrigan looks a bit like Jackie Kennedy, noted Urbanek, who added, “Perhaps God's joke is that JFK, the womanizer, should return in a body resembling his wife.”
In other articles in his book, Urbanek argues that painter Claude Monet and Walt Disney were Egyptian gods, lesbians hold the key to creating a fusion reactor, and pi represents the difference between men and women.
Robert Urbanek’s future may not be written on the wall but it is hanging on the wall, in the pictures in his house. A movie poster predicts he will give aid and comfort to the enemy. A serigraph of a ghostly-white woman reveals a bloodthirsty daughter. An eagle in a photo soars above a cathedral, an exact copy of an image from the author’s dream.
All is revealed in Tonya Harding Shot JFK: Dreams, Symbols and Synchronicity, available at Amazon.com.