Mysterious and attractive, with a face like that does not touch the hand of time. He is constantly traveling from one place to another, carrying a secret of his mysterious and attractive personality.
Who was Count Saint-Germain, a mysterious and charismatic figure of the 18th century, who was lucky enough to not get lost, and even play a role in the turning points of history? Perhaps even more important issue is whether he was a real person or a fictional character who managed to subtly weave into reality.
Although that is not known exactly when or where he was born, he and his refined personality, has never failed in winning recognition of the court, regardless of where he went. Perhaps it is because the origin and citizenship status of Saint Germain still unknown. The first mention of it appeared in France in 1758, where, according to him, he returned from a diplomatic mission in Germany, England and Holland. His knowledge of languages (French, Chinese, English, Arabic, Sanskrit, Italian, etc.), knowledge of politics, history, art, poetry, medicine, chemistry, art, music, and various areas of science the admiration (or envy) most of the aristocracy.
Upon arrival in Paris Count managed to get close to King Louis XV (who allegedly made him a secret agent) and Madame de Pompadour, which caused jealousy among the French nobility. His erudition and style admired such famous figures of the era as Casanova and Cagliostro.
One of the features of his personality was his unfading youth, although Earl often stated that he was a hundred years. Despite the youthful appearance, he mastered the art of playing the piano, violin and composed music. He was also interested in the art of alchemy, and said that he could make gold.
Graph name is often associated with the occult and secret societies. Eternal traveler, Saint-Germain spent most of his life on the road, visiting such far away countries such as Turkey, Mexico and the African continent. We can say that his house had been all over Europe.
Another trait of the graph was a change of personality in each new place he visited. In the Netherlands, it was known as the Count Syurmont in Belgium — the Marquis de Montferrier, in Russia, where he was in close contact with Catherine II and was appointed advisor to the Count Alexei Orlov — as Chevalier Weldon, in Germany, he called himself Crown Prince Rakoczy, but after his departure, it turned out that all these names disappeared Saint-Germain.
Among its other names: Earl Bellemare, Count Saltykov, Wendy Earl, Count of Monte Cristo, Chevalier Shenning Count Tsarogi Count Eymar.
Some believe that his name was a secret meaning, as St. Germain does not necessarily mean the place. Others believe that it was a nickname, converted from the Latin phrase "Sanctus Germanus", which means "holy brother."
Mystery of life and death
After a busy life filled with meetings with the rulers and aristocrats throughout the world, in 1779, came to the mysterious Count Ekkeford, Germany, where he was under the patronage of Prince Charles of Hesse. According to some official records he died at his residence in 1784, but, nevertheless, in this city there is his grave.
During his stay in Ekkenforde St Germain talked with a few individuals, and some suggest that he only faked his own death in this German city. According to some accounts, he was at that time about 100 years old, although he looked like a man after the age of 40. Even more strange is the fact that, according to the death certificate to another, in the same year he died and was buried in Silesia — in what is now Poland.
In addition to many of his achievements count credited part in the founding of the United States and learning the secrets of Anton Mesmer hypnosis. In 1789, Comte de Saint-Germain, cheerful and full of energy, he returned to France, presented to the Queen Marie-Antoinette.
Since then, his life becomes more complicated. Stories about his alleged death and subsequent cases were described after the death of so many people in such different circumstances, it is virtually impossible to distinguish truth from fiction.
Like his birth, and many of the key details of his life, the death count is a mystery. Some even believe that he never died! In our time, in the legends of the graph (which may have been able to find the elixir of immortality) explains that he also lived in Ancient Egypt, the Roman Empire, the Middle Ages and in different regions of modern Europe.
Around it created hundreds of historical fiction, but very little reliable evidence (he posed for photos with Mrs. Blavatsky of the Theosophical Society).
They say that he was inspired to create Akhenaten monotheistic religion. He is credited with the construction of the Temple of Solomon, and a century later — the basis of Masonic society. Some insist that he was born in 1696, being the son of Francis Rákóczi II, the last king of Transylvania. Others believe that he — Christian Rosenkreutz, the founder of the Rosicrucian Order, or even a scientist and philosopher Francis Bacon. Even suggested that he gave to Christopher Columbus secret maps, which enabled him to discover America.
More recently, in 1972, Richard Shenfri Paris claimed that he is the Saint-Germain, and demonstrated his alchemical abilities on French television. Subsequently, 11 years later, he committed suicide.
Certainly, many of the details of the existence of Count Saint-Germain are questioned, but who are able to clearly distinguish fiction from the truth? And how he can continue to maintain the intrigue? In any case, this "immortal" aristocrat managed to ensure that the legend of it is still alive.
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