Is the Sphinx Napoleon’s bust?

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Did the French create history on the fly? What a fascinating idea!

Could much of Egypt be nothing more than a ‘Disneyland’ of sorts?

Are the pyramids made out of concrete, an artificial re-agglomerated limestone? Joseph Davidovits and the Geopolymer Institute crew shows that only few people is able to rapidly and easily produce several tons of pyramid stone blocks.

“”An unusual aspect of the Egyptian expedition was the inclusion of an enormous contingent of scientists and scholars (“savants”) assigned to the invading French force, 167 in total. This deployment of intellectual resources is considered as an indication of Napoleon’s devotion to the principles of the Enlightenment, and by others as a masterstroke of propaganda obfuscating the true motives of the invasion; the increase of Bonaparte’s power.

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5 thoughts on “Is the Sphinx Napoleon’s bust?

  1. Curious

    Napoleon’s alleged demise on Saint Helena, of natural causes, is possibly a psyop of its own. A fake death to officially, and permanently vanish him. A fake-death psyop allowing him to return, incognito, to Europe, perhaps. To live out his days in comfort with his exiled family in Britain, maybe?

    According to Greg Hallett a “revisionist” historian told J. Fetzer ( yep, him) that Napoleon was helped escaping from Saint Helena.

    Thanks for the links.

  2. Curious

    Napoleon is very problematic. Within the community who are called “history and chronologie researchers”, there is no consensis. There is one who goes under the name “Ingwer” de.geschichte-chronologie.de/ states that Napoleon never existed, fact is Napoleon’s tombe is empty. Another hughe problem there is almost no painting of drawing from Nap. which has the same features. So who is the “real”Napoleon. According to legend Napoleon’s troops shot the Sphinx nose away to give it an “ancient” look.
    Those pyramids are made from Geopolymer. Have to say to that the space under the pyramids are greater as the pyramids themselves. ( source Axel KLitzke www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPmcGN….

    1. Carole ThomasCarole Thomas

      It’s weird to think that Napoleon might never have existed but after a bit of digging I came across some interesting parallels between Napoleon and a certain heavenly body. Here are some biographical facts from the Great Man’s narrative. Can you guess which heavenly body he might be linked to?
      “We are told:
      that he was called Napoleon Bonaparte;
      that he was born on an island in the Mediterranean;
      that his mother was called Letitia;
      that he had three sisters and four brothers, three of whom were kings;
      that he had two wives, one of whom bore him a son;
      that he ended a great revolution;
      that he had sixteen imperial marshals under him, twelve of whom were on active service;
      that he won victories in the south and was defeated in the north;
      that, finally, after a reign of twelve years, which he had begun with an arrival from the East, he went away and disappeared in the western seas.”

      If you are still guessing ( as was I) then here’s the solution – apparently Napoleon can be seen ( just like Jesus) as a symbol for the sun. Sounds bizarre but the author makes a good case here:
      www.tektonics.org/lp/nappy.php

      1. Carole ThomasCarole Thomas

        To be fair, I must add, that this account was authored by one Jean-Baptiste Pérès and is generally seen as a satire directed at a certain Dupuis, who had maintained that the figure of Jesus was a solar myth ( shocking thought).

        “The pamphlet’s satire was directed at Charles François Dupuis (1742–1809) and his influential work Origine de tous les Cultes, ou la Réligion Universelle (1795), which attempted to prove that all religions were equally valid and based on common and universal imagery and magic numbers.[2]

        Pérès presents an overly rationalistic interpretation of the analogies and etymologies of elements in the popular understanding of Napoleon’s life in order to show how, just as the Scriptures or other religious texts could be argued to be mythical, so could Napoleon’s life.”

        en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-B…

    2. psyopticonpsyopticon

      Within the community who are called “history and chronologie researchers”, there is no consensus. There is one who goes under the name “Ingwer” [who] states that Napoleon never existed, fact is Napoleon’s tombe is empty.

      It’s a bit of a stretch that Napoleon never existed. More likely he and the Bonapartes were just actors. And all along, Napoleon was working ultimately for the British Empire and its financier-oligarchy.

      Napoleon and his Corsican famiglia were manufactured in London to become co-opted French revolutionaries. Seizing power during the French Revolution in the famous “Coup de 18e Brumaire”.

      The French Revolution was initially a natural outburst — a genuine expression of discontent towards the French oligarchy — a fomented outcry to the “let-them-eat-cake” hoax. Yet it soon became an entirely British-controlled Revolution.

      The Storming of the Bastille – a mirror of an earlier prison-breakout in Britain – and the Reign of Jacobin Terror on the streets of France – indicate a Revolution run from London itself. Even the French Revolutionnaires’ speeches were written in London.

      The French Revolution was first co-opted and then steered by the British, using Bonapartiste front-men. With script-writers based in London; their propaganda disseminated throughout France using the British Empire’s masonic networks embedded across Gaul:

      See:
      www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public…
      www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public…

      Napoleon’s key function for his British handlers was to consolidate Europe under one nominally Bonapartiste empire; in a series of mini-states and city-states; each theoretically ruled by one of Napoleon’s siblings – the so-called Bonapartist “turd kings” (!). All obsequiously loyal to their brother Napoleon, the Emperor of the House of Bonaparte; but himself only a puppet of London.

      Before, finally, Napoleon fell definitively on his sword at the concluding Battle of Waterloo.

      Waterloo was most likely a staged or perhaps entirely hoax battle, between the British Empire, and its phony Napoleonic foe.

      Subsequently the British Empire acquired all of the material wealth from the Napoleonic land-lootings. Presumably that was the overarching objective of the whole Napoleonic psyop. A time-worn case of using a proxy to do your dirty thievery. Napoleon’s supposed nephew – the obviously British-controlled puppet-emperor of France, Louis-Napoleon III – alluded to as much himself, decades later.

      Some of the Bonapartes even settled in Britain after “defeat”. Acquiring, in one case, a sizeable country estate in the heart of England; purchasing it with gold looted from Europe, which the British allowed the Bonapartes to keep.

      The Bonapartes were even added to the Privy List; a publicly-funded bursary normally for maintaining British Royals in their lap of luxury. But in this case, the Privy Purse payments were made to the Bonapartes as a thank you , “for bringing the Gospel” to outposts of the British Empire! *snigger!*

      While disgraced Napoleon himself was supposedly “banished” to the idyllic British dominion of Saint Helena. To be pampered like a king while officially kept under British “house arrest.” A tall story!

      Why didn’t the Brits just hang the little runt? Isn’t that what victors normally do with captured monsters-of-war? Hanging was good enough for Saddam in 2006. But wasn’t good enough for the Bonapartes in 1815?!

      Napoleon’s alleged demise on Saint Helena, of natural causes, is possibly a psyop of its own. A fake death to officially, and permanently vanish him. A fake-death psyop allowing him to return, incognito, to Europe, perhaps. To live out his days in comfort with his exiled family in Britain, maybe?

      And the alleged exhumation of Napoleon’s body from Saint Helena – and its supposed return to France, and its re-internment in a specially-built Paris shrine and temple – being just extra theatre to keep the long-running Napoleonic psyop alive?

      Best guess on Napoleon and the Bonaparte family is that they were real people, but only actors; and possibly not even related to each other. Just actors brought together as imperialist cut-outs; thespians playing French bogeymen – in a British war psyop panning out across Europe.

      Finally, there are curious marital links between the Bonapartes and key figures in the British oligarchy. One of the last Bonapartes, for example — Princess Marie Bonaparte — married in to the mind-bending Freud family. The Freuds were among Britain’s most elite practitioners of psychological warfare. And there’s also an awkward family link between the current Duke of Edinburgh and another of the Bonapartes! Elite British puppets through and through.

      Perhaps one of the most candid historians of the Bonaparte era is Jacques Cheminade, leader of Solidarité & Progrès, the LaRouche Movement in France. Here are a couple of Cheminade’s papers on Napoleon. The second paper, a brilliant work, is in his native French.

      www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public…
      www.jacquescheminade.fr/IMG/pd…

      Forewarning: sadly M. Cheminade is known for his own fakery in support of NA$A and its phony space capers. The price he pays, perhaps, for speaking the truth about the British Empire, its real history, and its puppet “French” tyrants like Napoleon Bonaparte?

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