It’s fascinating the kind of information you can find, even when not necessarily looking for it. Take the Count of Saint Germain, for instance.
I first came across his name many years ago from a youtube recommendation video, and while I watched a little bit of it, thought, ‘hm, that’s interesting’, and then practically forgot all about it. Until a few weeks ago when the name kept popping up; over and over and over again.
Since one of the main topics that I think is extremely important in order for us to know what’s going on in the world (of course, that only applies to people who want to know what our world is about and who are actively seeking for truth – there are some that don’t mind being plugged into the matrix and want to avoid the truth at all costs…) are secret societies.
Many people think it’s such a ridiculous concept at first, but when taking the time to actually research this subject matter, then truths of it become undeniable. And then it’s hard to “unsee” it.
Getting back to Saint Germain, the history proposes that this man has been incarnated many times throughout the years; alleged to have been (among possible others):
– (Debated, could be as far back as 36,000 BC, if not further) Hermes Trismegistus / Thoth
– (~13,000 years ago) High Priest of the Violet Flame Temple (Atlantis)
– (before 1070 BC – 1012 BC) prophet Samuel
– (990 BC – 931 BC) King Solomon
– (427 BC – 347 BC) Plato
– (100 BC – 1 AD) Joseph (husband of Mary)
– (unknown – 209/251/304 AD) Saint Alban
– (410 – 485) Proclus Lycaeus
– (6th century) Merlin
– (1220 – 1292) Roger Bacon
– (1451-1506) Christopher Columbus
– (1561 – 1626) Francis Bacon (suspected of having the pen name William Shakespeare, famous playwright)
– (1690 or 1710 – 1784) Saint Germain (alleged to have died in 1784 – but has been spotted since then)
– (1800’s?-1900’s?) Jacques St. Germain (suspected)
– (1940 – 1983) Richard Chanfray (self-claimed to be the reincarnation of Saint Germain)
He has also been purported to have contacted different people, such as Guy Ballard (I AM movement) and Mark and Elizabeth Clare Prophet – but as with everything, including the supposed incarnations from above, please use discernment and research before coming to a definitive conclusion. (I would even say that this is one of those cases in which there is no real, conclusive outcome – just a lot of information that could or could not be true.) And any sites I reference are only to be used as further resources and I am not claiming to be based on facts. So please keep this in mind.
There are also a lot of other channeled material that mediums have claimed came from Saint Germain. And yes, while I like to think I have an open-mind, I am also pretty skeptical when it comes to these claims. Having said that, do I believe that channeled material is a possibility?
Yes. Yes I do. But I am also aware of the dangers and deception that these spirits/entities/what have you, can pull on the public, much less the “channelers” themselves either willingly/knowingly deceiving the public, or whether they truly believe that the messages are coming from an outside source.
Now since I have had my brush with unusual circumstances in the arena of spiritual insight, I can’t just dismiss other people’s claims outright. And while I agree it would be harder for one to just believe that this is plausible if they have not had the same experience, then I absolutely can’t fault them for not believing it. But this is not asking you to believe it. Just to think of this as within the realms of possibility. And I have to admit, if it weren’t for my own experiences, it would be hard for me to suspend disbelief and be able to look at this with an open outlook.
For some examples of alternative channeled material, with the messages claiming to be from Saint Germain:
On the subject of channeled material, one “outside source” that I find myself looking at from time to time is Edgar Cayce, who is renowned for accessing the Akashic records. Just out of curiosity, I wanted to see if there were any references to Saint Germain in Cayce’s readings. To my shock, there was. Although it was only one small snippet:
Q- For the better and more rational presentation of the work of Edgar Cayce to the world, will you, if you consider same in order, kindly inform us of thine Identity and the source or sources from which you bring us the information. Is it from the Astral —
A- (interrupting) From the Universal Forces that are acceptable and accessible to those who in earnestness open their minds, their souls, to the wonderful words of truth and light.
Q- To what extent are the Masters of the Great White Brotherhood directing the activities of Edgar Cayce? Who are the Masters directly in charge?
A- Messengers from the higher forces that may manifest from the Throne of grace itself.
Q- Who are the Masters directly in charge? Is Saint Germain–
A- (interrupting) Those that are directed by the Lord of lords, the King of kings, Him that came that ye might be one with the Father.
Q- Is Saint Germain among them? Who is Halaliel?
A- These are all but messengers of the Most High. Halaliel is that one who from the beginning has been as a leader of the heavenly host, who has defied Ariel, who has made the ways that have been heavy– but as a means for the understanding.
Q- Is Saint Germain among them?
A- When needed.
Source: Edgar Cayce reading | 254-83
It’s interesting how invested the questioner is to finding out more about Saint Germain. While in the meantime it seems as if they only get cryptic responses in return. And while I couldn’t find much more on Cayce’s readings into Germain either, I did find this reading within the same topic very intriguing:
Q- Is it likely that I will meet any of the brothers (White Brotherhood) in the flesh, as Mr. Cayce has done, in this incarnation?
A- Ye may meet many. Oft doth man entertain angels unawares.
A little “conspiracy theory” of my own
I couldn’t help but make an association between the strange tales of the Count of Saint Germain – who allegedly “never dies” (as quoted from Voltaire) to the references to vampires and of the man named Jacques St. Germain – who claimed to be a descendant of Saint Germain. Very suspicious, no? Although Saint Germain was supposed to have died in 1784, the appearance of Jacques in New Orleans in the early 1900’s is very telling.
And when you have the historical accounts of vampirism and the legends that they drink blood to stay young… well, I hope I don’t need to spell out where I’m heading with this.
And did you know that after Francis Bacon’s fake death (one of Saint Germain’s incarnations) “He traveled secretly to Transylvania (now part of Romania) to the Rakoczy Mansion, where he continued preparations for his physical Resurrection and Ascension under the direct training of the Master R (Great Divine Director). He had incarnated in that area a number of times in previous lifetimes and felt particularly at home there.” – Ascended Master Saint Germain
Then take into account that “many scholars believe that he (Saint Germain) descends from Francis II, king of the Principality of Transylvania“. – The Count of Saint Germain And The Secret of Immortality
Huh. Transylvania. Where have I heard that before?
Then of course you hear of all the stories of Saint Germain very rarely eating in the company of anyone, choosing instead to drink liquid many assumed to be wine.
Am I suggesting that Saint Germain’s key to immortality is drinking human blood? (I’m not even going to go into the topic of “young blood” to reverse aging, because it’s disgusting, disturbing, and disgraceful. But would I put it past people of vanity, fear of aging/death, selfish morality to consider it? NO, I wouldn’t, and that’s terrifying.)
I am suggesting that there are strange mysteries and relations, and wicked agendas that may never be solved.
The elite and secret societies
One last thing to note, is his familiarity and closeness with those of the “elite”, mentioned time and time again throughout this research.
When we have several extremely famous names known throughout history in connection with Germain (King Solomon, Plato, Marie Antoinette, King Louis XV, Voltaire, Christopher Columbus, George Washington, Jesus Christ, Catherine the Great, Casanova, William Shakespeare, Anton Mesmer, Helena Blavatsky, etc., etc., etc.) whether from his incarnation or not, and his coincidental appearances and involvement during some of the most incredible turning points in history (fall of Atlantis, “discovery of America“, French Revolution, Declaration of Independence, etc., etc.) then top that off with all of his alleged connections to these secret societies:
(along with others), then we have an incredible tale of mystery, intrigue, and secrecy – that has literally spanned throughout the ages. Could Saint Germain be an incarnation of a fallen angel? Teaching certain people “signs” and “wonders” and esoteric, occultic knowledge? Is he knowingly (unknowingly?) leading people down the wrong path? (If his key to mortality is anything like I suspect it is, then he is most definitely leading people down the wrong path and I can only hope that I am dead wrong.)
Whatever the case is, it is an engrossing, captivating, and quite possibly crucial part of not only our history, but our future as well. If this character is the one leading all of these secret societies into what many believe to be our “key to ascension” – then it is more important than ever to realize what his real purpose is.
Who are these “elites” he’s conversing with? What kind of “knowledge” is he imparting to them? Is he really for “truth and light“, like some people believe? Or is he deceiving all those within these secret societies? Could it be possible that all of these societies started out as seeking benevolent truth but then got infiltrated and corrupted?
We must ask ourselves these questions instead of jumping in to one paradigm or belief system.
For other material should you be interested in researching this further:
– The Emerald Tablets of Thoth
– The Most Holy Trinosophia; by Comte de Saint-Germain
– The Comte de St. Germain; by Isabel Cooper-Oakley
– History of Saint Germain, The Freemasons, The Illuminati, and Central Banking.
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