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    The Count of St Germain

    I always was interested in the mystery of the The Count of St Germain. I am listening to an enjoyable talk about his history while doing mindless chores..... from Astonishing Legends .

    Published on Feb 5, 2017
    Who's the most interesting person you've ever met? Can they play a musical instrument? Do they speak a foreign language? Are they a fine art painter? Have they traveled the world? Are they descended from royalty? Sure, maybe only a couple of those. But what if they were a concert level violinist who could also compose music? What if they could speak ten languages or more? What if it seemed they could produce precious gemstones and on top of that, were a military tactician who brokered diplomacy between nations? Impossible you say, for all of these talents and accomplishments to be contained within one individual? And yet all of these are the qualities and accomplishments claimed to be witnessed by the contemporaries of the man known mostly as the Count of Saint Germain. He was known by many names and for his many remarkable feats, but perhaps his most astounding accomplishment, as more than a few would claim, was to remain alive for several generations from the 18th century or earlier, into the 19th century and maybe even to this day. Tonight's Quote: “He is a man who never dies, and who knows everything.” — Voltaire, speaking about the Count of St Germain


    Published on Feb 5, 2017
    If you wished you could do all the things the Count of Saint Germain could do, meet all the people he had met, and learn all the secrets of life he seemed to possess, and on top of it all, have several lifetimes to employ your skills, what then? The question is, what would you do with these gifts? Would you be content to merely be the life of the party, or would you try and make a difference in the affairs of nations and enlighten humanity, even if it cost you your freedom or your once immortal life? Depending on your answer, the bigger question might be, does it take the right person to seek the mysteries, or do the mysteries seek the right person?


    Published on Feb 5, 2017
    There seems to be no doubt that the Count of Saint Germain existed, but how did he exist and for how long? There are levels to the incredulity of his story. It seems unlikely that one individual could possess so many varied talents, but the Count's most unlikely talent was living into his 80s while still looking to be in his 50s. If you're willing to go even further and believe the accounts of some of his contemporaries, then the Count was over 100 years old and lived well into the 19th century. Impossible you say? Then you might have even more trouble believing what many of those who had studied under him and some that continue to study his life believe, that the Count may have been hundreds or even thousands of years old, knew the ancient wisdom and secrets of life, and practiced the lost arts known only to the most enlightened beings. Whatever you choose to believe, a strong argument could be made that in his time and long after, he was actually the real 'most interesting man in the world'. Tonight's Quote: “He was, perhaps, one of the greatest philosophers who ever lived. The friend of humanity, wishing for money only that he might give to the poor, a friend to animals, his heart was concerned only with the happiness of others.” — Prince Charles of Hesse-Cassel on the Count of Saint Germain


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    Longevity may be connected to our lifestyle particularly what we eat. Once I found myself looking at images of vegans and vegetarian bodybuilders - some of the women were well into their eighties - amazing does not come close.

    St Germain has been mentioned to me in personal conversations and I note he is depicted in the american television series Warehouse 13 as a person who cannot die - until his evil cousin/brother does him in. There are Indigenous People who live to incredibly old ages - and - who look very fit and healthy. In some instances the Indigenous Women have been able to naturally conceive well after the age of fifty which is not unheard of but is rare.

    As for the person named St Germain - maybe a myth created to inspire people to seek out the answers and to keep the love and respect and trust flowing through global society? Perhaps a real person who found some answers to our questions? Perhaps a teacher who left a message that lived on? Perhaps St Germain was more than one person - one of those secret societies who permeate society with their specialised handshakes and covert meetings and such??

    Who knows? Someone does and it is just a matter of time before the facts start to push their way to the surface - in order to see the light. Isn't that the natural order????

    Much Peace & Much Respect - Amanda

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