It was this immortality of the spirit that Saint-Germain tried to bring to a small group of chosen initiates. The impenetrable silence kept by him and by those to whom he entrusted his secret would in this event be due to fear of the Emperor of Austria and possible vengeance on his part. To activate the AUTOMATIC SUBTITLES in your language (ESPAÑOL, ENGLISH ...): step 1: activate the French subtitles by clicking on "subtitles". At that time he wore the uniform of a Russian general and called himself Soltikov. He sent d’Affry orders demanding the extradition of Saint-Germain and have him arrested by the Dutch Government and sent to Paris. He was the architect who drew the plans for a work that is as yet only on the stocks. Deux ans plus tard, le comte de Saint-Germain était installé à Leipzig, en Allemagne. It was this enmity which compelled him to leave hurriedly for England in order to escape imprisonment in the Bastille. Only his age and his jewels attracted notice. Comte de Saint-Germain, (born c. 1710—died Feb. 27, 1784?, Eckernförde, Schleswig? The German count was said to have lived for centuries, “A man who knows everything and who never dies,” said Voltaire of the Comte de Saint-Germain, “When you are seventeen or eighteen,” he asked her, “will you be happy to remain at that age, at least for a great many years?”. The Encyclopedist party desires power, which it will obtain only by the complete fall of the clergy. That is what some people are claiming about a historical figure known as Count de Saint-Germain. “A man who knows everything and who never dies,” said Voltaire of the Comte de Saint-Germain. They do not jump up to open the door to their guest, for material barriers do not exist for him. The Count St. Germain was a man of mystery. Saint-Germain, comte de (c. 1710–1784) A mysterious gentlemen believed by many to be an Ascended Master of the Great White Brotherhood and one of the greatest occult adepts that ever lived. We can compare with this the offer he made to Mademoiselle de Genlis when she was a child: “When you are seventeen or eighteen will you be happy to remain at that age, at least for a great many years?’ She answered that she should indeed be charmed. “The queen in her wisdom will weigh that which I am about to tell her in confidence. There were even formed lodges for women, and the Princesse de Lamballe became grand mistress of one of them. The possession of an “opal of monstrous size, of a white sapphire as big as an egg, of the treasures of Aladdin’s lamp,” is a harmless pleasure if these treasures have been inherited or have been made through the help of miraculous knowledge. He pretended to have a secret for removing flaws from diamonds and for transmuting metals. You will not see these calamities, but the fact that you paved the way for them will be enough to blacken your memory.”. It is true that he set up no landmarks for posterity, and even obliterated the traces he had made. But there were many other more obscure messengers, of whom Saint-Germain has been considered to be one. Together with Some Kindred Studies by Una Birch. The chain of evil, linked firmly together by men’s egoism and hatred, was not to be broken. The count for his part asserted that he had lost a very dear friend. “This pupil of Hindu and Egyptian hierophants, this holder of the secret knowledge of the East,” theosophist Madam Blavatsky says of him, “was not appreciated for who he was. The initiates of these sects understood that they were the depositories of a heritage that they did not know, but whose boundless value they guessed; it was to be found somewhere, perhaps in traditions, perhaps in a book written by a master, perhaps in themselves. Saint-Germain is mentioned in a letter of Horace Walpole’s as being in London about 1743 and as being arrested as a Jacobite spy and released. It is the activity of our nerves, the flame of our desire, the acid of our fears, which daily consume our organism. The Comtesse d’Adhemar quotes a letter she received from Saint-Germain in which he says, speaking of his journey to Paris in 1789, “I wished to see the work that that demon of hell, Cagliostro, has prepared.” It seems that Cagliostro took part in the preparation of the revolutionary movement, which Saint-Germain tried to check by developing mystical ideas among the most advanced men of the period. He had dreamed of a high tower that should enable man to communicate with heaven, and the workmen preferred to build houses for eating and sleeping. Comte de Saint Germain was an 18th-century adventurer known as 'Der Wundermann' - 'The Wonderman'. I saw him when the queen was murdered, on the 18th of Brumaire, on the day following the death of the Duke d’Enghien, in January, 1815, and on the eve of the murder of the Duke de Berry.”. His only foibles were the harm less affectation of appearing a great deal younger than his age and the pleasure he took in making a ring sparkle. There will always be, as there were in the eighteenth century, mysterious doctors, enigmatic travelers, bringers of occult secrets, to perpetuate him. “There is nothing so strange out there,” he said, “as that which is happening here. L’existence du Comte de Saint-Germain. He was an aristocrat who lived with princes and even with kings almost on a footing of an equal. At the French court, where he appeared about 1748, he exercised for a time extraordinary influence and was employed on secret missions by Louis XV; but, having interfered in the dispute between Austria and France, he was compelled in June 1760, owing to the hostility of the Duke de Choiseul, to remove to England. Le prince allait laccu… The Comte de Saint-Germain is always present with us. Not long after this, he was found in Russia, where he was to play an important but hidden part in the revolution of 1762. The comtesse uttered a cry. He supposed died in 1784, but many people in Europe saw him after that date. He died in 1781. If their recollection is accurate this evidence destroys the hypotheses according to which Saint-Germain was the son of Marie de Neubourg or the son of Francis Racoczi II, for if he had been, he would not have been more than about twenty in 1710. Saint-Germain, Count de. In France, the Order of the Templars was reconstituted, and Freemasonry, whose grand master was the Duke de Chartres, increased the number of its lodges in every town. The real St. Germain was not French by birth, was an accomplished alchemist and claimed to know the secret of creating the 'elixir of life' which had given him immortality. And if Mademoiselle Lambert had 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. The Comte de Saint-Germain is immortal, as he always dreamed of being. But matters were to turn out differently. He proceeded by veiled allusions. When he came to Saint-Germain, he imitated his manner and voice in an imaginary conversation that Saint-Germain was supposed to have had with the founder of Christianity, of whom Lord Gower made him say: “He was the best man imaginable, but romantic and thoughtless.”, About 1760, an English newspaper, the London Mercury, quite seriously published the following story: “The Comte de Saint-Germain presented a lady of his acquaintance, who was concerned at growing old, with a vial of his famous elixir of long life. He had been set free because there was nothing against him. And he left out of his calculations the powerful reactions of hatred. There are men who, when they go to sleep, are pervaded by genuine happiness because they are certain that their spirit, when freed from the body, will be able to hold converse with the master in the luminous haze of the astral world. It was easy, therefore, for the Comtesse d’Adhemar to arrange a meeting with Marie Antoinette, who immediately asked Saint-Germain if he was going to settle in Paris again. He said he felt feeble, but he refused to see a doctor and was tended only by women. Comte de Saint-Germain, (born c. 1710—died Feb. 27, 1784?, Eckernförde, Schleswig? Our editors will review what you’ve submitted and determine whether to revise the article. There will always be, as there were in the eighteenth century, mysterious doctors, enigmatic travelers, bringers of occult secrets, to perpetuate him. When therefore it happens that a genuine sage, by way of amusing himself, mystifies his contemporaries, follows a woman, or lightheartedly raises his glass, he is condemned eternally by the army of short-sighted people whose judgment forms posterity. Another significant work, the Comte de Gabalis, is said to be from the hand of Sir Francis Bacon before he Ascended and returned as Sanctus Germanus or Saint Germain. 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. Indeed, many people who heard him play the violin said of him that he equaled or even surpassed the greatest virtuosos of the period, and he seems to have justified his remark that he had reached the extreme limit possible in the art of music. The count even went so far as invariably to withhold the smallest detail bearing on the life of his mysterious friend. 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. '”, Tradition has related that he said he had known Jesus and been present at the Council of Nicea. He had an immense stock of amusing stories with which he regaled society. His memory lives to the present day among the Tibetans, but his real name is a secret with the Shaberons alone. The official documents of Freemasonry say that in 1785 the French masons chose him as their representative at the great convention that took place in that year, with Mesmer, Saint-Martin, and Cagliostro present. An Englishman, Albert Vandam, in his memoirs, which he calls An Englishman in Paris, speaks of a certain person whom he knew towards the end of Louis Philippe’s reign and whose way of life bore a curious resemblance to that of the Comte de Saint-Germain. It makes no difference whether a man is a king or a count; all alike are subject to this force, and increasingly subject to it in proportion as they spend their time with women. Walpole, a true Englishman, came to the conclusion that “he was not a gentleman” because he used to say with a laugh that he was taken for a spy. When he was telling a fool some event of the time of Charles V, he informed him quite crudely that he had been present. At this moment the attention of both of them was distracted by the sound of a door being shut. This is a very remarkable fact, since Saint-Germain was an extremely well known figure. De Saint-Germain, Comte C. Published by Newcastle Publishing Co, Hollywood (1973) ISBN 10: 0878770186 ISBN 13: 9780878770182. Of his real name or parentage and place of birth, nothing is definitely known; the common version is that he was a Portuguese Jew. This drew on him the enmity of many important men, including, notably, that of the Duke de Choiseul, the minister for foreign affairs. There are times when it is possible to draw back; others at which the decree must be carried out as soon as he has pronounced it.”, And he told her in broad outlines all the events, not excepting the death of the queen, that were to take place in the years that followed. The expression on Maurepas’ face changed. He left no arrogant memorial of himself such as a book. He might have added that he was a man whose origin was unknown and who disappeared without leaving a trace. Les croyances populaires lui prêtaient le souvenir de ses vies antérieures et une sagesse correspondante : il aurait disposé d'un élixir lui ayant donné une vie très longue, de deux à quatre mille ans, supposait-on, ce qui lui permettait de raconter les noces de Cana ou les intrigues de la cour de Bab… His principal food, which he prepared himself, was a mixture of oatmeal. His origins are still unclear. But they are not necessary. For an entire century he maintined the physical appearance of a man between forty and fifty years old. What happened to the Comte de Saint-Germain after 1821, in which year there is evidence that he was still alive? He was born in 1710 and is reported to have lived till 1784. The brotherhood of Khe-lan was famous throughout Tibet, and one of their most famous brothers was an Englishman who had arrived one day during the early part of the twentieth century from the West. For a great number of imaginative and sincere men the Comte de Saint-Germain is more alive than he has ever been. And it would help to account for the consideration that Louis XV showed him. While he deliberately allowed his hearers to believe that his life had lasted inconceivably long, he never actually said so. The great initiate who termed himself the Comte de St.-Germain must not be confused with the French general of the same name, for the "Wonderman," as M. de St.-Germain was often called, was not a scion of the French family. Edited by Manley Hall. It may be that there exists a way by which a man may attain the highest spirituality and yet keep this pleasure. “Very well,” he said very gravely; “I promise you that you shall.” And he at once spoke of something else. It was at the end of the nineteenth century that the legend of Saint-Germain grew so inordinately. En mai 1777, il écrivit à Frédéric II, roi de Prusse, pour lui proposer son savoir-faire en matière de fabrication de teintures, métaux rares et pierres précieuses. Between the periods of 1740 to 1780, the then celebrity (of sorts) traveled the length and breadth of Europe and never aged a day. I confirm them in this idea because I see that it gives them much pleasure — not that I am not infinitely older than I appear. They spoke of this revealing word, this hidden treasure it was said to be in the hands of “unknown superiors of these sects, who would one day disclose the wealth which gives freedom and immortality.”. It was about this period, the beginning of the reign of Louis XVI, that Saint-Germain returned to France and saw Marie Antoinette. Comte de Saint Germain was an 18th-century adventurer known as 'Der Wundermann' - 'The Wonderman'.. Richard Chanfray (dit Saint-Germain ou Richard Saint-Germain ), né le 4 avril 1940 à Lyon et mort le 21 juillet 1983 à Ramatuelle, est une personnalité médiatique française, chanteur occasionnel. Le roi de lincruste. Omissions? He will come to the scaffold instead of to the throne. Thus once again a synchronous accident upheld the ancient law that decrees that the life of the adept must always be surrounded with mystery. His memory was absolutely incredible and, curiously enough, he often gave his hearers to understand that he had acquired his learning elsewhere than from books. Toujours est-il que le comte de Saint-Germain est régulièrement invité aux petits soupers de Louis XV et de la Pompadour et sinstalle comme chez lui au milieu des plus beaux esprits de son temps. An inner force that is irresistibly strong compels men to talk. He was considered "one of the greatest philosophers who ever lived". If they had attained their aim, if they had succeeded in directing the great force of Freemasonry by the prestige of their philosophy, which was sublime and disinterested, it may be that the course of events would have been altered, that the old dream of a world guided by philosopher-initiates would have been realized. He was not arrested a second time in England. The Comte De Saint-Germain. The musician Rameau and Madam de Gergy (with the latter of whom, according to the memoirs of Casanova, he was still dining about 1775) both assert that they met him at Venice in 1710, under the name of the Marquis de Montferrat. Let us know if you have suggestions to improve this article (requires login). Quantity available: 1. He has appeared many times throughout history – even as recently as the 1970s – always appearing to be about 45 years old. “He is my enemy,” he said, “and I count him among those who will contribute to the ruin of the kingdom, not from malice but from incapacity.”. The Duke de Choiseul seized his opportunity. Unfortunately, the Franco-Prussian War and the Commune supervened, and the part of the building in which the dossier was kept was burnt. He died, probably in Schleswig, in 1784, although he is said to have been seen in Paris in 1789. Corrections? As had been foretold to him, Maurepas did not see the calamities for which he had helped to pave the way. His presumed date of birth was 1690. The Comte de Saint-Germain is always present with us. Saint-Germain stood before them. 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. Saint-Germain’s activity and the diversity of his occupations were very great. The Englishman Grosley said he saw him in 1798 in a revolutionary prison; and someone else wrote that he was one of the crowd surrounding the tribunal at which the Princess de Lamballe appeared before her execution. He kept a great quantity of them in a casket, which he carried about everywhere with him. Not for long will the laws remain the protection of the good and the terror of the wicked. They will regard everything as a plaything, even the equipment of the Garde Nationale. It was to him that Saint-Germain entrusted his papers just before his supposed death in 1784. One day he took Gleichen to his house and said to him: ” I am pleased with you, and you have earned my showing you a few paintings of mine.” “And he very effectively kept his word,” said Gleichen, “for the paintings he showed me all bore a stamp of singularity or perfection which made them more interesting than many works of art of the highest order.”. He issues orders both through mouth and a journal he writes into, the words will then appear in the other copies his followers carry. Neither the nobility nor the clergy escaped what had become a fashion. In order to bring about this result, it will upset the monarchy. 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. According to Horace Walpole’s letters, Saint-Germain had been arrested in London some years previously on account of his mysterious life. Saint-Germain, Count de, ed. He disappeared for fifteen years, and when the Comtesse d’Adhemar saw him again in 1775, she declared that she found him younger than ever. Yet if Saint-Germain he knew how to make gold, he was wise enough to say nothing about it. The Encyclopedists, who are seeking a chief among the members of the royal family, have cast their eyes on the Duke de Chartres. Apparently, a man cannot be taken seriously if he does not conform strictly to the laws of nature, and he was called a charlatan because he possessed a secret which allowed him to prolong his life beyond known human limits. It may be that a subjective conception of time, and the suppression of impatience and expectation, enable a highly developed man to reduce to a minimum the normal wear and tear of the body. Saint-Germain was also an accomplished artist. Everyone who knew him agreed in saying that though he liked sitting down to table with a numerous company, he never touched the dishes. For Louis XV and the count to have held out against the curiosity of beloved mistresses we must presume in them either a strength of mind that they certainly did not possess or else some imperious motive which we cannot determine. “Not even royalty. All over the country secret societies sprang up. Not long ago a London medical periodical reported the case of a woman who at seventy-four had preserved ” the features and expression of a girl of twenty, without a wrinkle or a white hair. He was understood by some. The lady put the vial into a drawer. He worked for humanity, not for himself. Il affirme être le comte de Saint-Germain, aventurier prétendument alchimiste et immortel. The king did not possess sufficient authority to have an interview with anybody without the presence of his minister. Said Gleichen of the first time he met Saint-Germain: “He threw down his hat and sword, sat down in an armchair near the fire and interrupted the conversation by saying to the man who was speaking: ‘You do not know what you are saying! If all that he said on this subject was mere bragging, it was expensive, for he supported it by magnificent gifts. Madam du Hausset refused, but the queen, thinking the stones were false, signed to her that she might accept. The theory long held that he was a … When the lady summoned her servant next day, there appeared before her a young girl, almost a child. Some will have bathed in the sources of the Ganges, and others will show a talisman found in the pyramids. 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. In two great successive assemblies, at which every Masonic lodge in France was represented, the Philalethes attempted the reform of Freemasonry. He gave recipes for removing wrinkles and dyeing hair. There will be a bloodthirsty republic, whose scepter will be the executioner’s knife.”. The commonest hypothesis about his birth is that Saint-Germain was the natural son of the widow of Charles II of Spain and a certain Comte (Count) Adanero, whom she knew at Bayonne. The story was put about that he was dead, but actually he was given into the charge of the last descendant of the Medici family, who brought him up in Italy. All efforts to find him proved useless. ), 18th-century adventurer, known as der Wundermann (“the Wonderman”). Human life may have a duration infinitely longer than that ordinarily attributed to it. Out of courtesy to the Comtesse d’Adhemar, Maurepas visited her in order to acquaint her with this decision. No details exist of his death, or rather of his supposed death. He was known by many of the most famous figures of European history, including Casanova, Mada… From: Lawrence Jones Books (Ashmore, QLD, Australia) Seller Rating: Add to Basket US$ 9.48. With the co-operation of Savalette de Lange, who was the nominal head, he founded the group of Philalethes, or truth-lovers, which was recruited from the cream of the Friends Assembled. Madam du Housset says in her memoirs that the king spoke of Saint-Germain as a personage of illustrious birth. He said he had come from China and Japan. Count Charles of Hesse Cassel, with whom he lived during the last years in which history is able to follow his career, must also have possessed the secret of his birth. Jules Saint-Germain venait du comté de Portneuf, plus spécifiquement de Saint-Ubalde. “Has anyone ever seen me eat or drink?” said Saint-Germain, as he was passing through Vienna, to a Herr Graeffer who offered him some Tokay. Krishna, the Buddha, and Jesus were the greatest of these. Yet the part he played in the spiritual sphere was considerable. Throughout the 18th century, Count de Saint-Germain continued to use his seemingly endless knowledge of the world in the politics and social intrigues of the European elite: The 1740s he became a trusted diplomat in the court of King Louis XV of … The keen scent of Maurepas’ police officials was not keen enough, either during the days immediately following or later. A few drops more and I have no doubt the servant would have answered her mistress with infantile screams!”. But the theosophists and a great many occultists regarded him as a master of the great White Lodge of the Himalayas. Quand il nest pas au clavecin ou larchet à la main, il profite de son élégant auditoire, pour ressasser, inlassablement et avec emphase, ses nombreux voyages, que dis-je, s… This was done, and a great number of papers, forming an enormous dossier, was deposited in the library of the prefecture of police. At first sight all this is incompatible with the high mission with which he was invested, with the part he played in the Hermetic societies of Germany and France. In Germany there were the Illuminati and the Knights of Strict Observance, and Frederick II, when he came to the throne, founded the sect of the Architects of Africa. They will do away with the Catholic religion, the nobility, and the magistracy.”. “He called himself Major Fraser, wrote Vandam, “lived alone and never alluded to his family. 1. Jewels cast their reflection on him and threw a distorting light on the whole of his life. 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