Studies in Alchemy Author:Saint Germain Voltaire, in a letter to Frederick II. referred to him as "a man who never dies, and who knows everything." Saint Germain is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating personalities of recorded history. — The activities of this illustrious master have been documented for more than a century (1710-1822) throughout the courts of Europe. — To the people... more »s of many lands Saint Germain was considered a citizen, for he spoke twelve languages with the fluency of a native. Composing and improvising on the piano without music and playing the violin" like an orchestra" were but a few of the achievements that demonstrate the stunning genius of the "Wonderman of Europe."
To remove the flaws from precious gems was a simple task for the master alchemist. Neither was it beyond his ability to transmute base metals into gold. According to a confidante in the court of Louis XV, Madame Pompadour, he possessed a miraculous elixir that could prolong life.
Aside from the prodigious. Saint Germain's strongest attribute is his devotion to the freedom and enlightenment of all mankind. His never-ending service to life will stand as a tribute to this distinguished master for generations to come.
In Studies in Alchemy, Saint Germain conveys the knowledge of this sacred science that no man or woman should be without. You become the creator. You possess the inherent ability to transform your anxieties into happiness and your fears into love.
The inner meaning of Alchemy is simply all-composition, implying the relation of the all of the creation to the parts which compose it. Thus Alchemy, when properly understood, deals with the conscious power of controlling mutations and transmutations within matter and energy and even within Life itself. It is the science of the mystic and it is the forte of the self-realized man who, having sought, has found himself to be one with God and is willing to play his part. Saint Germain« less