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NApoleon was trying to do NWO by force but here\'s how he really died!

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posted on Nov, 14 2002 @ 09:13 PM
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How Napoleon Really Died!

most of us think that napoleon died because of natural reasons
but he didn't he was actually poisoned
y?
ok after his reign he was exiled into an island
there he was sent with his servant and the servant's wife
well napoleon had an affair with his servant's wife and so to get back at napoleon
the servant put poison day after day in napoleon's food because he knew that if he killed him instantly it would cause massive chaos in Europe and so he did it slowly until one day he died
they have done research on this is true very interesting right




posted on Nov, 14 2002 @ 09:25 PM
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Actually, that can't be proved -- nor disproved -- right now, because they're not sure if the hair samples they have come from Napoleon.

Here's the latest:
www.napoleon.org...

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3 - Was Napoleon poisoned or did he die of stomach cancer?


Antommarchi's autopsy report is very complete and shows Napoleon's general state of health at his death, notably a chronic stomach ulcer and pulmonary lesions linked to tuberculosis. Cancer cannot be diagnosed because of a lack of histological evidence from the stomach lining. At any rate, one does not die 'of cancer', one dies of the effects of the cancer on the organism.
Analysis of the emperor's hair and the discovery of high level of arsenic therein poses several questions. But it is intellectually impossible to accept the theory of death by arsenic poisoning.
First of all, we can never be 100% certain that the hairs analysed come from Napoleon. Furthermore, the level of arsenic could be interpreted in different ways, notably the methods of analysis and the ways of calculating the levels used by the toxicologists (numbers obtained weighed against the number of hairs analysed: in fact, very few hairs have been analysed. Whilst presence of arsenic cannot be explained arguing from its external use (in cosmetics, for example), we still do not know where the arsenic came from, and it could have come from many sources. The hairs on the head of the people in Napoleon's entourage could also have a high arsenic content.
Finally, to pass from toxicological results to a poisoning theory, then to a voluntary criminal act is very difficult. Indeed, one cannot establish a theory, accepting certain elements of the correspondence of one of the protagonists whilst eliminating other elements two paragraphs further on which contradict this position.
The only certainties thus are, Napoleon's general state of health was very poor and no direct cause of death can be determined accurately. This is the only satisfactory conclusion from an ontological point of view, both for the scientist and for the historian. A deeply held conviction may be the starting point of an investigation but certainly not its conclusion.



posted on Nov, 14 2002 @ 09:30 PM
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when napoleon died they gave away three of his hairs
and one was to a general
he passed this on to his son and to his grandson and so forth
they researched this hair and actually found poison in the hair
they gave a documentary in the discovery channel



posted on Nov, 15 2002 @ 08:47 AM
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It wasn't just single hairs, but locks of his hair... and as the report said, they can't confirm the hair was Napoleon's.

There is a petition to ask the French Government to unseal the tomb for DNA comparison.

And everyone agrees there was arsenic in the hair -- but disagrees on how he got it. Remember, arsenic was a popular ingredient in cosmetics back then and men AND women both wore cosmetics.

No proof of any NWO association with the death, either.



posted on Jun, 4 2005 @ 07:47 PM
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Scotsman: Sacre Bleu! So Napoleon was poisoned after all

Sat 4 Jun 2005


A FRENCH toxicologist has found new scientific evidence to support the theory that Napoleon Bonaparte was poisoned with arsenic.

Click the link to read the full article...




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