Thats one of the startling revelations from an autobiography Washington supposedly channeled in 1944 to a psychic scribe named Edith Ellis.
The book, An Autobiography Of George Washington (Hay House), has just been published for the first time and has some startling confessions by the first American president.
For instance, he admits to always having an eye for the ladies, even while insecure about the pock marks on his face; and while he cops to siring five children with one of his slaves, Washington insists he never cheated on his wife, Martha.
Other shocking secrets revealed in the book: The infamous cherry tree was actually chopped down by one of his fathers slaves; and Washington was actually 75 when he died, not 67 as recorded by historians.
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