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All about the Immortal Count de Saint-Germaine: Count Saint-Germain

Did Count de Saint-Germaine Truly Discover Immortality?

Count de Saint-Germain was a brilliant alchemist who, it is believed, discovered the secret of eternal life. Learn about his intriguing life story.

'Count' Cagliostro aka Giuseppe Balsamo, 18th century charlatan and contemporary of Count Saint Germain

'Count' Cagliostro aka Giuseppe Balsamo, century charlatan and contemporary of Count Saint Germain

A portrait of Princess Eudocia Ivanovna Galitzine as Flora by Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun, 1799.

UMFA Collection By Marie Louise Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun Princess Eudocia Ivanovna Galitzine (nee Ismailoff) as Flora

Christina was a smart, learned woman, but not a particularly good ruler. Her entire life was marked by being kind of a contradictory, restless character – starting basically from the moment she was born.

Christina was a smart, learned woman, but not a particularly good ruler. Her entire life was marked by being kind of a contradictory, restless character – starting basically from the moment she was born.

Kiprenskiy, Orest Adamovich Self-portrait 1828 oil on canv… | Flickr

Kiprenskiy, Orest Adamovich Self-portrait 1828 oil on canv… | Flickr

A rare bust of L'Immortel Comte St. Germain, le Grand Alchimiste

A rare bust of L'Immortel Comte St.

Top Ten Most Famous Paintings of the World

Leonardo da Vinci, Portrait of a Lady on a Balcony, (the ‘Mona Lisa’), ca. 1505 &/or The Louvre, Paris.

Philip of Spain Antonis Mor (1512–1516–c.1576) (after) Colchester and Ipswich Museums Service

Philip of Spain Antonis Mor (after) Colchester and Ipswich Museums Service

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