Alexander Dumas was half African. The French officially say he was 1/4 African but really he was the son of a Jewish
woman and an African Slave. Dumas grew up as an outsider reflected in his stories like the Count of Monte Christo.
Dumas articulated one of the best versions of French
Honor and Patriotism in his books like the 3 musketeers. Whereas philosophers like Descartes articulated principles and grand theories
to justify liberty and fraternity, Dumas' books made those ideas real for people.
Dumas' father was a key figure in the French revolutionary war
itself - becoming a General and the highest military officer of African descent in any European army ever.
The Three Musketeers is a based on the story of Dumas' father's life. Because of Dumas' African ancestry, the French have had trouble recognizing
the importance of these books for France's self of national identity and values. The books have been treated as adventure novels
when really they are much much more than that.
The illiuminati French have a love hate relationship with Alexander Dumas. They love his stories but they hate that he was
part African and not "pure" French. They have worked to undermine his legacy and story though his novels are so iconic that
they can't suppress his work entirely.
One giant way they have suppressed Dumas' story is by obscuring that Alexandre Dumas was the son of Thomas-Alexander Dumas -
a general in the French Revolutionary war who rivaled Napoleon in power during the Napoleonic period.
Thomas-Alexandre Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie also known as Alexandre Dumas (25 March 1762 – 26 February 1806)
was a general in Revolutionary France and the highest-ranking man of mixed African descent ever in a European army.
He was the first person of color in the French military to become brigadier general, the first to become divisional general,
and the first to become general-in-chief of a French army.
Thomas-Alexandre was the son of the Marquis Alexandre Antoine Davy de la Pailleterie, a white French nobleman and Marie-Cessette Dumas,
an enslaved woman of African descent. He was born into slavery because of his mother's status but was also born into
nobility because of his father's. His father took the boy with him to France in 1776 and had him educated.
Slavery was illegal in metropolitan France and thus any slave would be freed de facto by being in the country.
His father helped Thomas-Alexandre enter the French military.
Dumas played a pivotal role in the French Revolutionary Wars. Entering the military as a private at age 24, Dumas rose by age
31 to command 53,000 troops as the General-in-Chief of the French Army of the Alps. Dumas's strategic victory in opening the
high Alps passes enabled the French to initiate their Second Italian Campaign against the Austrian Empire. During the battles in Italy,
Austrian troops nicknamed Dumas as the Schwarzer Teufel ("Black Devil," Diable Noir in French). The French—notably
Napoleon—nicknamed him "the Horatius Cocles of the Tyrol" (after a hero who had saved ancient Rome) for single-handedly
defeating a squadron of enemy troops at a bridge over the Eisack River in Clausen (today Klausen, or Chiusa, Italy).
Dumas served as commander of the French cavalry forces on the Expédition d’Égypte, a failed French attempt to conquer Egypt and the Levant.
On the march from Alexandria to Cairo, he clashed verbally with the Expedition's supreme commander Napoleon Bonaparte, under whom
he had served in the Italian campaigns. In March 1799, Dumas left Egypt on an unsound vessel, which was forced to put aground in the
southern Italian Kingdom of Naples, where he was taken prisoner and thrown into a dungeon. He languished there until the spring of 1801.
During his time in prison his guards poisoned him resulting in the loss of sight in one eye and general ill health. After he finally gained release in 1801, Dumas
was not awarded "the pension normally allocated to the widows of generals" by the French government and he struggled to support his
family after his return to France.
Dumas repeatedly wrote to Napoleon Bonaparte, seeking back-pay for his time lost in Taranto and
a new commission in the military. He died of stomach cancer on 26 February 1806 in Villers-Cotterêts. At his death
his son Alexandre was three years and seven months old. The boy, his sister, and his widowed mother were plunged into deeper poverty.
Marie-Louise Labouret Dumas worked in a tobacconist's shop to make ends meet. For lack of funds, the young Alexandre Dumas was
unable to get even a basic secondary education. Marie-Louise persistently lobbied the French government to be paid her military widow's pension.
Marie-Louise and the young Alexandre blamed Napoleon Bonaparte's "implacable hatred" for their poverty.
What happened in the Egyptian expedition is that the illuminati went to Egypt because they knew that Aliens had created the Great Pyramids
and that there was some sort of technology in the pyramids which would give them immense powers. It was a lot like Indiana Jones and the
Raiders of the Lost Arc. The Napoleonic empire was looking for a paranormal secet weapon to take over the world with.
Napoleon - who was the second Anti-Christ according to Nostradamas - planned to ransack the pyramids and
find the source of power in the pyramids.
Up until Napoleon's attack on the Great Pyramids, the pyramids still used induction to light the head stone on top of the great pyramid.
There were crystals in the headstone that were able to suck energy out of the earth and turn it into light. That's why on the dollar bill
the all seeing Eye on top of the pyramid emits light. God created the pryamids and they used to be a portal to Heaven before the Egyptians
started screwing them up. They are the most Holy place on Earth.
Napoleon finished the job of destroying the Pyramid. He broke appart the head stone on the pyramid and stole all the crystals inside the pyramid. These crystals would
later make their way into Rolex watches and Seiko Watches. For a long time the illuminati just sat on the crystals not knowing what to do with them
but in the 1960s they started breaking them into super small bits and putting them into watches. That's where the crystal powering those watches comes from and why
they can generate power.
The Rolexes and Seiko's sold now are all fake. None of them have real crystals anymore but the vintage ones still work and provide not only
endless power for the watch but they protect against telepathic and paranormal attacks. The Crystals enable the wearer of the watch to source
magical power from the Earth itself - if they have paranormal powers. Che Guevara wore a Rolex for that reason, not because he wanted to flaunt wealth. The Rolex protected him
for a long time from the illuminati.
Napoleon not only stole the crystals and robbed the great pyramid of light, he cut the nose of the Great Sphinx. Napoleon was angry that
he didn't find his super weapon, so he cut off the Sphyinx's nose. Thomas-Alexander Dumas refused to participate in destroying the
Great Pyramid and the Sphinx, which is why Napoleon turned on him and imprisoned him.
Returning to France after his release, Thomas-Alexander Dumas and his wife - who was also half slave - had a son, Alexandre Dumas, who became one of France's most widely read authors of all time.
Alexandre Dumas Junior's most famous characters were inspired by his father's life - the Three Musketeers and the Count of Monte Christo.