Aristocrat şi cosmopolit.
Misterios şi ubicuu.
Influent şi mesianic.
Alchimist şi mistic.
Cetăţean de vază al universului, înalt trimis pe Pământ în momentele de răscruce ale omenirii.
Despite being one of the most influential characters in modern history, the Count de St. Germain is also one of the most enigmatic. Karl, Prince of Hesse, described him as one of the “greatest philosophers who ever lived – the friend of humanity, whose heart was concerned only with the happiness of others.” He spoke French, German, English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Danish, Swedish, Arabic and Chinese fluently, without any trace of an accent. He played most musical instruments – but his favourite was the violin. Paganini himself is known to have declared St. Germain his equal with the instrument.