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Le Petit Homme Rouge Au Chateau Des Tuileries (1831)

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The song “Petit Homme Rouge” written by Pierre-Jean Bérenger in 1826 spoke of the petit homme rouge as a Jacobin and asked the audience to “pray for Charles X. Despite the fact that history often gets written off as boring, few things seem to intrigue the general population more consistently than supernatural and/or conspiratorial views of history.

To emphasize, both of these are pretty explicit that the red man is the devil, and it is hard to think of picturing one’s enemy as in league with the devil as particularly novel. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. The book describes the little red man as a “good genie” and mentions a little green man as a “bad genius. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public.

Rarely discussed outside of France, this is the strange tale that is supported by accounts from 3 high ranking members from within Napoleon's inner circle, all referencing a figure known as “The Red Spectre” or "Petit Homme Rouge" - Want to know more ? He is described as small man, clothed from top to toe in scarlet, whose eye is so piercing and unearthly that it terrifies the most courageous. How can historians use the various anecdotes and stories that are commonly told about history – conspiratorial or supernatural, involving prophecies, masterminded plots, the intervention of divine or demonic beings – to understand something about the historical experience and how people understood and understand historical causality? Please note that some countries may charge the recipient duties on the 'import' of parcels from time-to-time.

In 1572, in answer to a desperate prayer, God Himself sent His servant Le Petit Homme Rouge to help the living and dead French royals. Napoleon’s ability not only went beyond exceptional talent into the realm of true phenomenon, it also broke with precedent. Meet King Henri IV of France, who wanted to be a father to his people and who was stabbed to death for his trouble. Lenormand had also discussed both a “little red man” and a “little black man” who sat was recorded by a German observer as sitting behind Napoleon’s armchair in Mémoires historiques et secrets de l’impératrice Joséphine (1820).He again appeared before the child Louis XIV during the Fronde and before Louis XVI the morning of the flight to Varennes. The little red man as haunting the Tuileries appears to have been further elaborated in the 1843 book Mémoires et prophéties du petit homme rouge, par une sibylle, depuis la Saint-Barthelemy jusqu’a la nuit du temps by Eugene Bareste.

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