Ascended Master Saint Germaine
* Divine Qualities
* Divine Ray & Sacred Fire
o Seventh Ray
o Violet Flame
* Retreats and Focuses
o Rakoczy Mansion in Romania
o Cave of Symbols in Table Mountain, Wyoming, U.S.A.
o Focus in the Golden Etheric City over the Sahara
* Music Keynotes
o Strauss waltzes
* Previous embodiments
o Ruler of a Golden Age civilization in the area of the Sahara Desert 70,000 years ago
o High priest on Atlantis approximately 13,000 years ago, serving in the Order of Lord Zadkiel in the Temple of Purification, located where the island of Cuba is now located
o Prophet Samuel, 11th century B.C. Religious leader in Israel who served as prophet, priest, and last of the Hebrew judges
o Plato, 427 - 347 B.C., Greece. He studied with students of Pythagoras in Crotona and scholars in Egypt. He established his own school of philosophy at the Academy in Athens.
o Saint Joseph, 1st century A.D., Nazareth. Husband of Mary and Guardian of Jesus
o Saint Alban, late 3rd or early 4th century A.D., town of Verulamium, renamed St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. He was the first martyr in England. He had sheltered a fugitive priest, became a devout convert to Christianity, and was put to death for disguising himself as the priest so he could die in his place.
o Hesiod, circa 700 B.C., Greece. Poet whose writings serve as a major source for knowledge of Greek mythology and cosmology
o Proclus, circa 410 - 485 A.D., Greece. The last major Greek Neoplatonic philosopher, who headed the Platonic Academy in Athens and wrote extensively on philosophy, astronomy, mathematics, and grammar
o Merlin, circa 5th or 6th century A.D., England. Magician and counselor at King Arthur's Camelot who inspired the establishment of the Order of the Knights of the Round Table
o Roger Bacon, circa 1220 - 1292 A.D., England. Philosopher, educational reformer, and experimental scientist; forerunner of modern science renowned for his exhaustive investigations into alchemy, optics, mathematics, and languages
o Organizer behind the scenes for the Secret Societies in Germany in the late 14th and early 15th centuries A.D. The creation of a fictional character named "Christian Rosenkreuz" was apparently inspired by his efforts.
o Christopher Columbus, 1451 - 1506 A.D. Believed to have been born in Genoa, Italy and settled in Portugal. Discovered America in 1492 during first of four voyages to the New World sponsored by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain
o Francis Bacon, 1561 - 1626 A.D., England. Philosopher, statesman, essayist and literary master, author of the Shakespearean plays, father of inductive science and herald of the scientific revolution. Sir Francis Bacon made it appear that he died on Easter Sunday 1626, and he even attended his own "funeral" in disguise. He traveled secretly to Transylvania (now part of Romania) to the Rakoczy Mansion, where he continued preparations for his physical Ascension under the direct training of the Master R (Great Divine Director). He had incarnated in that area a number of times in previous lifetimes and felt particularly at home there. Since Francis Bacon was sighted in the area at various times over the following decades, some local people speculated that he might be a member of the Rakoczy family (possibly related to Prince Ferenc Rakoczy II of Transylvania). Finally on May 1, 1684 he attained his physical Ascension. Not wanting to leave humanity in the physical octave without his direct visible assistance, he asked the Karmic Board for a special Dispensation to allow him to function in a physical tangible body among embodied mankind for a limited time period - even though he was already an Ascended Master. He was granted his request at the direct intercession of the Goddess of Liberty, and reappeared as:
+ Le Comte de Saint Germain, the "Wonderman of Europe" in the 18th and 19th centuries A.D.. He developed a reputation of being an outstanding alchemist, scholar, linguist, musician, artist and diplomat. He worked behind the scenes to try to establish a United States of Europe and to prevent the bloodshed of violent revolution. His powers included bilocation, appearing at court and then dissolving his form at will, removing flaws from diamonds and other precious stones, and precipitating an elixir that prevented aging. He was also ambidextrous and could compose simultaneously a letter with one hand and poetry with the other, or two identical pieces of writing with each hand. He visited Marie Antoinette and her intimate friend, Madame d'Adhémar, who later wrote the story of his abilities as an Adept, and that he had warned of the coming debacle and death of the king and queen. He also worked behind the scenes with George Washington and Benjamin Franklin to establish the United States of America.
+ Ascended Master Saint Germaine is now known as "The God of Freedom" for the Earth and, since May 1, 1954, the Hierarch for the "Dawning Golden Age" in this current Aquarian Age cycle. The name "Saint Germaine" is the name that Francis Bacon chose as his Ascended Master name upon his physical Ascension from the Rakoczy Mansion in Transylvania. It comes from the Latin Sanctus Germanus, meaning "Holy Brother".