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Comte de St. Germain - The Most Holy a (Alchemy)

Comte de St. Germain - The Most Holy a (Alchemy)

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Alchemy Index
Comte de ST. GERMAIN
The Most Holy Trinosophia
 [ Ms. # 2400, Bibliotheque de Troyes, France. Adapted from Manly P. HALL:
The Most Holy Trinosophia of the Comte de St. Germain
(PhilosophicalResearch Society, 1963) ]
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Page 1 of 46Comte de St. Germain --- The Most Holy Trinosophia (Alchemy)12/30/2009http://www.rexresearch.com/germain/germain.htm
 It is in the retreat of criminals in the dungeons of the Inquisition that yourfriend writes these lines which are to serve for your instruction. At the thoughtof the inestimable advantages which this document of friendship will procurePage 2 of 46Comte de St. Germain --- The Most Holy Trinosophia (Alchemy)12/30/2009http://www.rexresearch.com/germain/germain.htm
for you, the horrors of a long and little deserved captivity seem to bemitigated… It gives me pleasure to think that while surrounded by guards andencumbered by chains, a slave may still be able to raise his friend above themighty, the monarchs who rule this place of exile.My dear Philochatus, you are about to penetrate into the sanctuary of thesublime sciences; my hand is about to raise for you the impenetrable veil whichhides from the eyes of common men the tabernacle, the sanctuary wherein theEternal has lodged the secrets of nature, kept for a few that are privileged, thefew Elect whom His omnipotence created that they may SEE, and seeing maysoar after Him in the vast expanse of His Glory and deflect upon mankind oneof the Rays that shine round about His golden Throne.If your friend’s example proves a salutary lesson for you, I shall bless the longyears of tribulation which the wicked have made me suffer.Two stumbling blocks equally dangerous will constantly present themselves toyou. One of them would outrage the sacred rights of every individual. It isMisuse of the power which God will have entrusted to you; the other, whichwould bring ruin upon you, is Indiscretion… Both are born of the same mother,both owe their existence to pride. Human frailty nourishes them; they are blind;their mother leads them. With her aid these two Monsters carry their foul breatheven into the hearts of the Lord’s Elect. Woe unto him who misuses the gifts of heaven in order to serve his passions. The Almighty Hand that made theelements subject to him, would break him like a fragile reed. An eternity of torments could hardly expiate his crime. The Infernal Spirits would smile withcontempt at the tears of one whose menacing voice had so often made themtremble in the bosom of their fiery depths.It is not for you, Philocratus, that I sketch this dreadful picture. The friend of humanity will never become its persecutor… The precipice, my son, which Ifear for you, is Indiscretion, the imperious craving to inspire astonishment andadmiration. God leaves men the task of punishing the imprudent minister whopermits the eye of the profane to look into the mysterious sanctuary. OhPhilocratus, may my sorrows be ever present in your mind. I, too have knownhappiness, was showered with the blessings of heaven ad surrounded by powersuch as the human mind cannot conceive. Commanding the genii that guide theworld, happy in the happiness that I created, I enjoyed within the bosom of anadored family the felicity which the Eternal accords to His beloved children.One moment destroyed everything. I spoke, and it all vanished like a cloud. Omy son follow not in my steps… Let no vain desire to shine before men brigyou, too, to disaster… Think of me, your friend, writing to you from thisdungeon, my body broken by torture! Remember, Philochatus, that the handwhich traces these characters bears the marks of the chains which weight itdown. God has punished me, but what have I done to the cruel men thatpersecute me? What right have they to interrogate the minister of the Eternal?They ask me what are the proofs of my mission. My witnesses are prodigies,and my virtues are my defenders --- a clean life, a pure heart. But what am Isaying? Have I still the right to complain? I spoke, and the Lord delivered me,deprived of strength and power, to the furies of greedy fanaticism. The armwhich once could overthrow an army can today hardly lift the chains thatPage 3 of 46Comte de St. Germain --- The Most Holy Trinosophia (Alchemy)12/30/2009http://www.rexresearch.com/germain/germain.htm

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