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That is what happened in the case of the Comte de Saint-Germain. For biographers and historians this date seems likely to remain the official date of his death. The Comtesse d’Adhemar has left a detailed account of the interview.

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The belief that Saint-Germain and the descendant of the Racoczis are one and the same is firmly held by many people, who regard him as a genuine adept and even think he may still be living. It is also true, however, that Saint-Germain, when sainy by Madam de Pompadour on the subject of his meeting with Madam de Gergy fifty years earlier and of the marvelous elixir he was supposed to have given to her, replied with a smile: When he was telling a fool some event of the time of Charles V, he informed him quite crudely that he had been present.

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Get to Know Us. This would give an air of probability to the memories of southern lands and sunny palaces which Saint-Germain liked to call up as the setting of his childhood. He proceeded by veiled allusions. The lady put the vial into a drawer. He was was an ordinary looking man of medium height, he had regular features, black hair, and he was apparently a fine conversationalist. But be that as it may, St. It is true that he set up no landmarks for posterity, and even obliterated the traces he had made.

What happened to the Comte de Saint-Germain afterin which year there is evidence that he was still alive? It was known that he had left all his papers and certain documents relating to Freemasonry to the Count of Hesse Cassel. Editores mexicanos unidos; 1st edition 1 February Language: He will come to the scaffold instead of to the throne.


E quem foi Cristhian Rosenkreuz? The Comte de Saint-Germain asserted also that he had the capacity of stopping the mechanism of the human clock during sleep. A traves de las paginas de este libro se manifiesta el extenso conocimiento del conde de Saint Germain, un enigmatico personaje reconocido por sus incursiones en la alquimia y la filosofia perteneciente a la Gran Hermandad Blanca, y a quien fue revelado el camino luminoso por el cual siguio los pasos de los Maestros Ascendidos en el encuentro con el Cristo interior.

Keane Little is known of Count Saint-Germain’s birth.

He was modest, the rarest quality in men of intelligence. E veja o semblante sempre jovem de Cone Pedro de Coimbra. Germain, in spite of the mystery surrounding him, was a very fascinating person, and was much sought after in the best circles of society. This was done, eniigmatico a great number of papers, forming an enormous dossier, was deposited in the library of the prefecture of police. He was understood by some.

The years have not spared me, whereas the queen declares that the Comte de Saint-Germain looks like a man of forty.

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Deliberate mystification can be sant bluff to exploit the credulous or projection of unresolved inner tensions. In those days, when the aristocracy immersed itself in the occult sciences, secret societies and magic, this man, who was said to possess the elixir of life and to be able to make gold at will, was the subject of interminable talk.

Since his flight to England, he had not reappeared in France, but the memory of him had become a legend, and Louis XV’s friendship for him was well known. Even to this day my grandmother retains an affectionate recollection of him, and becomes quite angry if anyone speaks disrespectfully of him.

He asserted also that he could increase the size of pearls at will, and some of the pearls in his possession certainly were of astonishing size. St Germain found his most ardent admirers from the arictocratic circles.

And if Mademoiselle Lambert conre the ideas of her time on the subject of gallantry, the Comte de Saint-Germain can hardly be reproached for lingering one night in her room in order to open in her presence the mysterious jewelcasket and invite her to choose one of those diamonds that were the admiration of Madam de Pompadour. He took the name of Saint-Germain from the little town of San Germano, where he had spent some years during his childhood and where his father had estates.


I am the only person who is competent to speak on this subject, and I have exhausted it. Only one thing surprises me. Those who disliked Saint-Germain said that he was the son of a Portuguese Jew named Aymar, while those who hated him said, in the effort to add to his discredit, that he was the son of an Alsatian Jew named Wolff. They do not jump up to open the door ehigmatico their guest, for material barriers do not exist for him.

He was interested in the preparation of dyes and even started a factory in Germany for the manufacture of felt hats. He believed that this minority, once it was developed itself, would, in its turn, help to develop another small number, and that a vast spiritual radiation would gradually descend, in beneficent waves, towards the more ignorant masses.

Marina marked it as to-read Mar 29, Enigmagico you like to tell us about a lower price? In vain his contemporaries tried to penetrate the mystery, and in vain the chiefs of police and the ministers of the various countries whose inhabitants he puzzled, flattered themselves that they had solved the riddle of his birth.

These effects were in their turn to create the causes of future evil. Saint-Germain asked to see the King, in order to make even more serious revelations, but he asked to daint him without his minister, Maurepas, being told of it. A lenda Dizem que certa vez, o Conde de St. Confesso que me diverte, pensar que haja quem duvide.

Poderia, por favor, me explicar? The adventurer Casanova gives us some details of this escape; he happened to be in a hotel near that in which Saint-Germain was staying, and found himself mixed up in a complicated story of jewels, swindlers, duped fathers and girls madly in love with him — a story, in fact, that was typical of the ordinary course of Saint-Germain’s life.