THE COUNT OF SAINT GERMAIN
THE FORMER DIRECTOR OF THE VIOLET RAY
Medium: Jorge Raul Olguin.
Entity that came to dialogue: Master Ruanel.
Interlocutor: There is a topic that has intrigued me very much and it is related to the legend of immortality forged around Saint Germain.
Ruanel: You know that powers don't exist in the physical plane.
Interlocutor: That is in fact the reason I would be interested to know how that legend was forged.
Ruanel: Saint Germain was always a Master of Light and most of his followers simply magnified things. He has embodied many times, more than any other Ascended Master, and in each one of the times he embodied, he left a legacy for humanity.
The incarnations best known were, aside from the Count of Saint Germain, Roger Bacon, Francis Bacon, Rosenkrantz in 1533.
Interlocutor: I want to ratify the data of Saint Germain’s incarnation, since there is a lot of confusion. First, It was said that he was born on May 26 of 1696 and he died on January 27 of 1784 in the residence of the prince Charles, in Eckenforde.
Ruanel: The information is correct.
Interlocutor: Was his death recorded on the chronicles in the parish of Eckenforde?
Ruanel: Yes. That fact is also correct.
Interlocutor: There is an inscription put by his last sponsor, on his funeral monument that says: "He who called himself the Count of St Germain and Welldone, of whom there is no other information, has been buried in this church”.
Interlocutor: Was he of Romanian nationality and son of the King of Transylvania Ferenz II Rakoczi and the princess Carlota in the Castle of the Carpathians Mountains?
Ruanel: The information about his parents is correct, but not his nationality, because he was not Romanian but Hungarian. What happens is that there was always conflict between Romania and Hungary. In that time Transylvania was parte of Hungary. Today, XXI Century it belongs to Romania.
Interlocutor: Where did it come from the legend he was immortal? There are many stories of people that met him being young and then decades later they saw his face again having the same youth. When they asked him about that eternal appearance of youth he told them that he had discovered the elixir of long life or something similar.
To this mystery was added the fact that the Count never ate - at least they never saw him eating at the parties he went - and he barely drank mineral water. Besides They didn’t know where he lived, loving relationships, family or children.
Ruanel: First of all, and to remove any doubt, the Count was human, that is to say homo sapiens sapiens, and son of humans. His birth was common as well as any other human. Nothing strange on this matter. In that time he was already in a plane of Light and Just like the Master Jesus he had contacted with extraterrestrials.
Interlocutor: I already thought it must have been something like that! Extraterrestrials from where?
Ruanel: From Anthea.
Interlocutor: The same race that had the accident in Roswell?
Ruanel: Yes, the same one. The Antheans are the Good Grays. He had exchanged a lot of technique with them.
Interlocutor: Then, his extraordinary knowledge came from extraterrestrials?
Ruanel: Yes, of course. The food he ate was even provided to him by them.
Interlocutor: Now everything is explained.
Ruanel: That feeding was the one that gave him an appearance of youth, but not immortality, because he aged too.
Interlocutor: Were the Count's interests those we know about?
Ruanel: Yes, he was interested in arts, especially music and painting.
Interlocutor: Was he also interested in alchemy?
Ruanel: Yes, also alchemy.
Interlocutor: Always helped by extraterrestrials?
Ruanel: Yes, always by them.
Interlocutor: And his money? Because they say that he had fortune, although nobody knew where he had it hidden or how he made it.
Ruanel: He already had fortune. Besides, in his land there were reefs of precious stones.
Interlocutor: And Auriferous reefs?
Ruanel: No, only precious stones he sold them to merchants on the field.
Interlocutor: Then, Was his fortune real and not at all mysterious?
Interlocutor: Did he also perform healings that seemed miraculous for that time?
Ruanel: What he made were similar healings to current Reiki, but those who had to die eventually died. There was no miracle in his healings.
Interlocutor: And he couldn’t request help from the Antheans?
Ruanel: Yes, he could have asked their help because the Antheans had sophisticated healing artifacts, but he would have had to reveal things the people of that time were not prepared to know. For that reason he never allowed them to see him with strange companies.
Interlocutor: Not even his friends?
Ruanel: No, not even his friends. He kept the secret very well.
Interlocutor: Was the incarnation of the Count of Saint Germain a model to emulate? I ask it because there are many stories of people that said they knew him very well considering him as a liar and a charlatan.
Ruanel: Saint Germain always behaved as a being of Light. Those who spoke badly of him they did it because of their Ego.
Interlocutor: Was Metaphysics founded by Saint Germain?
Ruanel: No, not at all. Metaphysical word means "beyond physics." If they attributed miracles to him, those miracles didn't trespass the physical laws. The problem was created by the followers he had in the XIX and XX centuries and even now.
Interlocutor: In which way "followers" of him?
Ruanel: In fact, not his followers, but followers of his alleged doctrine.
Interlocutor: Was Conny Mendez, considered one of the most conspicuous followers of the Count, a medium?
Ruanel: Yes, but she didn't channel Saint Germain, but the spirits of error.
Interlocutor: What you are telling me clarifies the doubt I had perfectly because this person's writings are little less than deliriant. And the same thing of her disciple's writings Ruben Cedeno. So Conny Mendez never channeled Saint Germain?
Ruanel: No, never. Besides, Saint Germain never spoke of the "I am" in that way because it is a self-centered expression, and as a Master of Light he could never have done it.
Interlocutor: Saint Germain knew that Jehovah was not the Absolute [Eon], but an Eloah who feel prey to ego, who passed himself off as him?
Interlocutor: Is there a writing from Saint Germain?
Ruanel: No, not at all. If a writing existed, it would be only formulas, not messages.
Interlocutor: Then all the writings of Conny Méndez.?
Ruanel: They are only a fruit exclusively of her deluded imagination influenced by her own ego and the spirits of error that are always stalking those who have a weak mind and they can make them work in their profit. If you notice Metaphysics books, they are all the same. When you read one you have read all of them.
Interlocutor: Yes, I have noticed that repetition. And I must admit something. I have read some books of Metaphysics and I felt as overwhelmed because I didn't understand them. I thought that it was due to my lack of knowledge. Now everything is clear. I didn't understand them because they were delusional!
Ruanel: Regrettably in the whole world there are more followers of this woman than you can imagine.
Interlocutor: Concretely, Metaphysics, just as it has been spread, it is only nonsense from the start to the end?
Ruanel: Correct, it doesn't make any sense. In spite of everything that Grupo Elron has informed about the real Metaphysics, the Violet Ray and its current director, the false Metaphysics followers do not pay attention to these messages. They are totally close-minded.
Interlocutor: As you already know, yesterday I was writing a punctual critic to the teachings of Conny Méndez and her disciple Ruben Cedeno.
Ruanel: Yes, I know and I approve what you have written.
Interlocutor: I thank you for it, but I don't believe that all was mine. Who was helping me behind?
Ruanel: It was your own Thetan and me.
Interlocutor: Whenever I write Are you there?
Ruanel: Always, you already know it.
Interlocutor: Returning to Saint Germain, Was there a certain Gower or Gauver who was very similar to the Count and who was hired to discredit him with senseless declarations? I ask it because some authors have pointed out that many of the blunders that are attributed to Saint Germain were in fact from this person and not from him.
Ruanel: Yes, That’s right.
Interlocutor: Who was Cagliostro? I ask it because this so strange character said that the Count was a liar and a charlatan.
Ruanel: Cagliostro was no more than somebody that wanted to show off as an alchemist and who wanted to boast.
Interlocutor: A True or false alchemist?
Ruanel: A false alchemist, because in fact he was not looking for spiritual elevation, but only transforming metals into gold. But with the time he realized which the true alchemy was. He didn’t have an outstanding performance. His legend is more than anything.
Interlocutor: Juso out of curiosity. Was Cagliostro the previous reincarnation of Blavatsky?
Ruanel: That's right. You have the correct information.
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