I believe the secret transgender agenda amongst the present day ruling class is all too real. I’m not sure if I’m being trolled or if people are just trying to understand the role that Freemasonry has played in history.
I have never seen proof Napoleon was a Mason. He tucked his hand in his coat in three paintings that I’ve seen. The “hidden hand” is viewed as a Freemason gesture. Napoleon’s whole style was neoclassicism. He genuinely believed he had been the reincarnation of Julius Caesar.
Checkerboard floors and columns can go along with that. About Napoleon being a secret tranny; I’ve been researching this man for decades; I just don’t see how. A central aspect of Napoleon’s story was that he couldn’t produce an heir with his wife Josephine. People like to aggravate me by talking about his penis in a jar. Napoleon produced a number of offspring before he finally discarded Josephine to produce a legitimate heir. He had to be sure he wasn’t the problem.
Napoleon was a surprisingly sensitive and emotional person. If anyone can prove he was an FTM (female to male) Mason secret transgender, I will certainly consider anything.
Now I’m hearing the paintings I’m posting with this reading show a bunch of FTM trannies. I really don’t know how long the ruling class have been switching it up.
The whole point of Napoleon’s story is that he infiltrated the elite and they hated him for it.
Everything will be considered except for trolling. I just don’t have any interest in keeping trolls around.
Napoleon had a fascinating frenemy in Tzar Alexander of Russia. Alexander was young and adored.
Napoleon’s stepdaughter also grew close to Alexander and Napoleon was furious at her about this. Napoleon considered this a total betrayal and he said she would’ve been better off “begging in the streets”.
Please remember these paintings are generally going to be exaggerations and meant to flatter the subject.
Napoleon is said to have remarked: “If Alexander were a woman, I’d make him my mistress.”
I do also recall Napoleon said that in a room, Alexander would always play the most conspicuous role. Which sounds like Napoleon was calling him an attention whore/drama queen. Napoleon and Alexander were viewed as having a bit of a “bromance” when they negotiated at Tilsit.
When Napoleon was exiled at Elba, Alexander started laying the charm on Napoleon’s stepdaughter Hortense. Alexander asked her to consider him as another brother. He confided to her that he was in love with his longtime mistress.
Despite calling himself her brother, Alexander turned his back on Hortense when she was driven from France for supporting her stepfather Napoleon.
My impression of Alexander is that despite his relationship with his mistress, he was viewed as a devout Christian of sorts. He was called “our Angel” by those who surrounded him. Alexander was viewed as complicit in the murder of his father Tzar Paul. People may be still arguing about this.
If I’m not mistaken, Tzar Alexander played a central role in spreading the lie that Napoleon was the Antichrist. Perhaps Alexander really believed this. I obviously do not view Napoleon as any sort of Antichrist. Napoleon always had very nice things to say about Jesus and he clearly admired Jesus deeply.
This is nothing conclusive but let’s take a look at the feminity of Tzar Alexander I of Russia.
They’re saying Alexander was 5’10” which would’ve made him 3 or 4 inches taller than Napoleon. Pudgy guy. Sloping forehead. Squarish skull. Little mouth. Looks like there might be a male jaw under the softness.
Wide set eyes. Largish hands.
Sensitive eyes. Not afraid to style that hair. It’s just a really large head proportionately.
Slopey shoulders. Really tight clothes. Still looks like there might be a male jaw under the pudge. The size of the head does strike me as male.
Sometimes the shoulders are slopey, sometimes not.
Now this was an era of REALLY TIGHT PANTS. Were they “tucking”? Were they proving there was no need to? Your guess is as good as mine.
Again, a big melon on this one.
Are his hips too big?
Men wore makeup at this time. But why?
Alexander and a bust of his somewhat masculine looking grandmother Catherine the Great.
This is a really awkward pose. That’s a pretty curvy guy but that happens when a chubby guy wears too tight clothes. He still has a squarish very large skull.
This is Alexander’s father, Tzar Paul. Hopefully we can figure some things out if we put our minds together.