By the Comte de St.-Germain. Introductory Material & Commentary by Manly P. Hall
New Edition for 2010
The great Rosicrucian who termed himself the Comte de St. Germain is one of the most baffling personalities in Western history. His activities are traceable for more than one hundred years between 1710 and 1822, leading Frederick the Great to refer to him as “the man who does not die.” An scholar, linguist, musician, and painter, an alchemist so profound legends repute he could turn “base metals into gold.” This unusual work was prepared for the instruction of St.-Germain’s disciples in the cabalistic, hermetic, and alchemical mysteries. The original manuscript is housed in the Bibliotheque de Troyes in France.
ISBN: 0-89314-417-7 | Paperback. 221pp