Monday, October 25, 2010
The Immortal Count
It is said that The Comte de St. Germaine was born in 1690 as the son of Francis Racoczi II, Prince of Transylvania. He was last seen in 1979, and it is believed by many that he is still alive today. He always appears to be about 45 years old.
The Count became a brilliant alchemist. I have read that he discovered an elixir that he drank which gave him immortality. I have also read that he is not immortal, but that he ages at a very slow pace.
He has spent a portion of his life in France, which is why I am writing about him. He was friends with Madame de Pampadour, Voltaire, and King Louis XV.
Not only is he an accomplished alchemist, but also a painter and violinist. Reclusive for reasons of his own safety today, centuries ago he enjoyed social gatherings, but was never seen eating food. He has been linked to such societies as the Illuminati, Rosicrucians, Freemasons, the Cathars, and Order of the Templars.
The Comte de St. Germaine speaks a plethora of languages and is able to read ancient Greek and Sanskrit.
He knew many famous people as he lived through the ages. Casanova, Catherine the Great, even Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette (It is said that he warned them of the French Revolution). What is interesting is that he lived for five years in Germany as the guest of Prince Charles of Hesse-Cassel where, it is written in local records, he died on February 27, 1784.
Despite such recordings, he was seen alive and well in France just after the French Revolution.
Bon. Gros bisous très mystérieuses et a demain.