The Count of St Germain (Part 3)
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'.
“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 from his book, Mémoires de Mon Temps
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Jessie Desmond's Finding Count St. Germain blog http://bit.ly/2j9GX5p Direct to: Travis J. Dow & Pete Collman's History of Alchemy podcast http://bit.ly/2jym9Fe Travis J. Dow's collection of podcasts on Podcastnik, with Pete Collman http://www.podcastnik.com/ Get Kevin Pollak's/The Count's book, How I Slept My Way to the Middle: Secrets And Stories From Stage, Screen, And Interwebs http://a.co/cz6ZQNZ Is the fantastic American actor and comedian Kevin Pollak The Count? Now we know! http://bit.ly/2iLrbRq Petter Amundsen and Erlend Loe: The Seven Steps to Mercy: with Shakespeare's Key to the Oak Island Templum http://a.co/5Z5XHQQ "The Real Doctor Who" excerpt from Tom Sleman's Mysteries of History and other works http://bit.ly/2kDewfO Thomas Sleman's book, Strange but True: Mysterious and Bizarre People, Who Were They and Where Did They Go http://a.co/d8ZQoBz Other books by Thomas Sleman http://amzn.to/2kbPqZi The Wandering Jew http://bit.ly/1WroKB4 Rabbi Isaac Luria, the father of contemporary Kabbalah http://bit.ly/2jz3Zob Kabbalah http://bit.ly/2jfBBZH The Tree of Life or the 10 Sephirot in Jewish Kabbalah http://bit.ly/2jzbHyx Theosophy http://bit.ly/2hgNZEE PDF of St. Germain's Most Holy Trinosophia http://bit.ly/2kcef6w PDF of St. Germain's Triangle Book http://bit.ly/2kcnJi3 Grimoire http://bit.ly/2joGWt0 Staff of Moses http://bit.ly/2kDuIOf The Invisibles: A History of Rosicrucians and How Elites Gained Knowledge... http://bit.ly/2kcoYxL Francis Bacon, The Count, the Supernova of 1604 and the 800 year spiritual cycle http://bit.ly/2kDLQrj Theosophy and Saint Germain on Wikipedia http://bit.ly/2kdfp28 The Alchemy Web Bookshop http://bit.ly/2jfqqQK Ascended Master http://bit.ly/2imoeXb Rosicrucianism http://bit.ly/2jOiTbp Rosicrucian Trilogy: Modern Translations of the Three Founding Documents http://a.co/8PFlqR2 The alchemy website on levity.com http://bit.ly/2kbMCvs Alchemy on Wikipedia http://bit.ly/2j9Bdc3 Prince Charles "Karl" of Hesse-Kassel http://bit.ly/2iLJ9Dh Franz Friedrich Anton Mesmer http://bit.ly/2jeO93t Paracelsus http://bit.ly/1dcj74e Giacomo Casanova http://bit.ly/2kDnZng Count Alessandro di Cagliostro http://bit.ly/2kCEUKS Affair of the Diamond Necklace http://bit.ly/2kcxn4p Madame Helena Blavatsky http://bit.ly/2ctFtmq Sirhan Sirhan http://bit.ly/2kDW...