Count of Saint Germain

The Immortal Count

In 18th century Europe, an enigmatic figure emerged known as the Count of Saint Germain. His origin was an enigma, with rumors placing him as a descendant of Transylvanian nobility, or even as the illegitimate son of a queen. He was a man of many talents; a violin virtuoso, a gifted painter, an alchemist, and a Freemason. But what really captured the imagination of the nobility was his apparent immortality.

Over the years, his appearance showed no signs of aging, and stories of his eternal youth were woven through the salons of Europe, each tale adding to the legend of the Immortal Count. However, his death is recorded in 1784, though this only served to adopt a new identity. It is a legend of mystery, intrigue and speculation that endures to this day.

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