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St. Germain Addresses the Continental Congress

Posted by Steve Beckow via http://www.stevebeckow.com 22 September 2011  Link original article

Stories of the marvellous and mischievous doings of St. Germain are among the most addictive of readings. And few stories are more wonderful than his alleged speech before the nascent Colonial or Continental Congress meetings where he exhorted the assembled representatives to sign the Declaration of Independence.

I have to admit that, when I first read Isabel Cooper-Oakley’s The Comte de St. Germain (available free here:http://tinyurl.com/3rzvr5x), I didn’t stop reading his published works until I had read every (credible) thing I could lay my hands on. Continue reading