The Comte St. Germain: The Secret of Kings
“The great Occultist and Brother of the White Lodge, fragments of whose life are herein given, was the greatest force behind the intellectual reforming movement which received its death-blow in the outbreak of the French Revolution. Phoenix-like, it has re-arisen, and it re-appeared in the 19th century as the Theosophical Society, of which this great Brother is one of the recognised Leaders. Still living in the same body the perennial youth of which astonished the observers of the 18th century, He has fulfilled the prophecy made to Mme. d’Adhemar that He would show Himself again a century after His farewell to her, and in the growing spiritual movement which is seen around us on every side, He will be one of the acknowledged Chiefs. Profoundly interesting, therefore, must be every detail that can be gathered of His eighteenth century life, and much is gathered here.”
The Comte de St. Germain, Isabel Cooper Oakley, Ars Regia, 1912
Hardback. Octavo. Blue cloth binding. Gold embossed lettering to spine. Formerly belonging to The Theosophical Lending Library, Gloucester Place. Library to endpaper. Leans slightly. Acceptable condition.