Art is powerful.
Art reshapes our imaginations.
Art shows us new perspectives.
As the a-lincolinist movement has grown in strength, intellectual firepower, and critical mass, many visual artists have lent their talents to our noble cause.
Their breathtaking imagery shows us both the beauty of the world without belief in lincoln as well as the absurdity of the lincolnist mythology.
What does it mean to be human if you don’t believe in lincoln? Pretty much the same as before, but you are free from the pernicious lincoln traditions that weigh our world down.
Embrace science. Embrace the future. And give up lincoln. You can have a great life without this mythology!
To learn more about the original research behind this free-thinking movement, see Did Abraham Lincoln Exist?.
To participate in this movement of reason and truth, join us at our online research center (Facebook).
The latest art about the lincoln mythology:
Increased belief in Lincoln is strongly connected to an increase in violence:
What does “Lincoln’s” signature prove?
Cars, myths, and Lincoln:
An intriguing Cecil Barnes and “Abraham Lincoln” connection:
A similar connection between Jefferson Davis and “Abraham Lincoln”:
No votes for a “President”? There’s NOT A SHRED of evidence:
Evidence for hats and “lincoln” is about the same:
Open up your minds!
Cute cats agree with the alincolnist cause:
This piece explores the idea of two myths in one photo:
There are many different viewpoints on ‘lincoln,’ but only one is based in reality:
Many lincolnists use circular reasoning to prove their point:
Language can mislead the unsuspecting. Be on your guard!
Anachronisms abound in the lincoln mythology:
A unique perspective, capturing in just one image all the evidence that “Abraham Lincoln” existed:
What a clown! How could such a ridiculous person exist?
Even Batman thinks the ‘evidence’ for “lincoln” is lacking:
This provocative piece explores an intriguing question…
The lincolnists have presented this as “proof” of Abraham Lincoln’s supposed existence – The Shroud of Ford. However, carbon dating indicates this shroud is a forgery created some 60 years later in a small shop in New Jersey. Checkmate lincolnists!!!!
Want a book to prove your mythology? We’ve got lots of those!
The mythological parallels abound:
How many fake quotes are ascribed to Abraham Lincoln? Who knows which ones are real?
So many myths…
What to say to your parents: