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dancho

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Do "Immortals" Count as Time Travelers?

Do individuals who are considered "immortal" count as time-travelers? I have always been fascinated by the bizarre and paradoxical. I like to confound and annoy friends and relatives by showing them "mysterious" items on the internet, afterwards they just chuckle and walk away, shaking their heads slowly...

I particularly like to show them this picture of Congressman Fernand St. Germain:

http://www.coopheroes.org/inductees/st_germain.html


...and compare it to these illustrations of THE "immortal" St. (or Saint) Germain:


http://www.violette-flamme.de/germain/33_reden.htm

http://www.egoisten.de/saint-germain.htm

http://www.rosacruces.org/Saint%20Germain.htm

My wife cannot see the resemblance.

Other folks politely refuse to see the resemblance. One friend said, "You're not seriously suggesting that these are the same person?"

Here's some info on the "immortal" Saint Germain:

"Another example of the Hesse-Cassel?s ties to the Illuminati is the enigmatic figure St. Germain, who is hailed as a New Age Messiah-figure. Many researchers believe that St. Germain was the son of Francis II of Transylvania. Francis II?s second wife was Charlotte Amalie of the House of Hesse, he married her in 1694. St. Germain was either her son, or the prior wife?s, this point is debated. His name was Leopold-George and they staged his death in 1700 to save him from the deadly collapse of the Transylvanian dynasty. Prince Karl of Hesse, Masonic leader of Germany, wrote that St. Germain had been sent down to Italy to be raised by the Medici family. Later on St. Germain appeared out of nowhere to work with the elite. There were questions as to his identity and Napoleon III had a dossier gathered on him, but the house holding the dossier was mysteriously destroyed in a fire. St. Germain was an alchemist and he claimed to have the alchemical Elixir of Life, the secret formula of immortality (which the Rosicrucians also claimed to have). He was a guest of William and Karl of Hesse in 1774, and in 1779 returned to Karl to spend the last years of his known life."

I find the whole thing amusing.

:ninja:

Incidentally, Congressman St. Germain speaks with a pronounced German accent, and he's famous for the Garn-St. Germain Act, which

" ...essentially rewrote the book on S&L (savings and loans) regulations across the land. Reagan called Garn-St.Germain "the most important legislation for financial institutions in 50 years." What he failed to explain to American voters was what this legislation would do to them. Years later, we would find out. Few beyond financial page reporters picked up on this gargantuan scandal and its startling implications ? the S&L crisis cost US taxpayers over $1.4 trillion dollars. We're still paying for it today. " (from http://www.chicagomediawatch.org/02_1_enron.shtml )


By the way, you won't find any other photos of Congressman St. Germain on the web.

Interesting.
 

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Do "Immortals" Count as Time Travelers?

Not the same ears.
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Mudpuppy

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Do "Immortals" Count as Time Travelers?

Ah, so he's the guy I give the credit to this year for this:

12. H.R.1374 : A bill to allow homeowners to deduct the full amount of prepaid interest paid in connection with the refinancing of their principal residence for the taxable year in which paid.
Sponsor: Rep St Germain, Fernand J. [RI-1] (introduced 3/3/1987) Cosponsors (None)
Committees: House Ways and Means
Latest Major Action: 3/3/1987 Referred to House committee. Status: Referred to House Committee on Ways and Means

http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/bdquery/?&Db...nd+J.))+01093))
 

ZeoEmeraude

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Do "Immortals" Count as Time Travelers?

Originally posted by dancho@Nov 24 2004, 09:55 PM
Do individuals who are considered \"immortal\" count as time-travelers? I have always been fascinated by the bizarre and paradoxical. I like to confound and annoy friends and relatives by showing them \"mysterious\" items on the internet, afterwards they just chuckle and walk away, shaking their heads slowly...

I particularly like to show them this picture of Congressman Fernand St. Germain:

http://www.coopheroes.org/inductees/st_germain.html


...and compare it to these illustrations of THE \"immortal\" St. (or Saint) Germain:


http://www.violette-flamme.de/germain/33_reden.htm

http://www.egoisten.de/saint-germain.htm

http://www.rosacruces.org/Saint%20Germain.htm

My wife cannot see the resemblance.

Other folks politely refuse to see the resemblance. One friend said, \"You're not seriously suggesting that these are the same person?\"

Here's some info on the \"immortal\" Saint Germain:

\"Another example of the Hesse-Cassel?s ties to the Illuminati is the enigmatic figure St. Germain, who is hailed as a New Age Messiah-figure. Many researchers believe that St. Germain was the son of Francis II of Transylvania. Francis II?s second wife was Charlotte Amalie of the House of Hesse, he married her in 1694. St. Germain was either her son, or the prior wife?s, this point is debated. His name was Leopold-George and they staged his death in 1700 to save him from the deadly collapse of the Transylvanian dynasty. Prince Karl of Hesse, Masonic leader of Germany, wrote that St. Germain had been sent down to Italy to be raised by the Medici family. Later on St. Germain appeared out of nowhere to work with the elite. There were questions as to his identity and Napoleon III had a dossier gathered on him, but the house holding the dossier was mysteriously destroyed in a fire. St. Germain was an alchemist and he claimed to have the alchemical Elixir of Life, the secret formula of immortality (which the Rosicrucians also claimed to have). He was a guest of William and Karl of Hesse in 1774, and in 1779 returned to Karl to spend the last years of his known life.\"

I find the whole thing amusing.

:ninja:

Incidentally, Congressman St. Germain speaks with a pronounced German accent, and he's famous for the Garn-St. Germain Act, which

\" ...essentially rewrote the book on S&L (savings and loans) regulations across the land. Reagan called Garn-St.Germain \"the most important legislation for financial institutions in 50 years.\" What he failed to explain to American voters was what this legislation would do to them. Years later, we would find out. Few beyond financial page reporters picked up on this gargantuan scandal and its startling implications ? the S&L crisis cost US taxpayers over $1.4 trillion dollars. We're still paying for it today. \" (from http://www.chicagomediawatch.org/02_1_enron.shtml )


By the way, you won't find any other photos of Congressman St. Germain on the web. ?

Interesting.






Yo,
I think ya may have been watchin' too much of "Highlander: The Series" I personaly don't think that there are "immortals" out in the world. If you know or have met one, send em my way as I would like to ask a few questions. I mean, I still can't understand the whole "Marie Antionette" thing, so maybe this person can enlighten me on it. No offense, but this is a subject that not only baffles me, but makes me laugh. Holla if ya hear me.
 

sosuemetoo

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Do "Immortals" Count as Time Travelers?

Okay, I think we need an Elder in here to read this over.

I remember one of the tt'ers Alex or Maxwell , he was looking for "the Immortal". Wasn't it this guy?
 

DadOf5

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Do "Immortals" Count as Time Travelers?

Originally posted by sosuemetoo@Nov 25 2004, 01:47 PM
Okay, I think we need an Elder in here to read this over.

I remember one of the tt'ers Alex or Maxwell , he was looking for \"the Immortal\". Wasn't it this guy?

Yeah, Sosue. It was Alex who was looking for, supposedly found, and sent St. Germaine to 2038 so that he could use his fantastic knowledge to wipe out the flu that killed Titor in 2037.

That's the story anyway.
 

lev

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Do "Immortals" Count as Time Travelers?

Originally posted by DadOf5+Nov 25 2004, 11:20 PM--><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-sosuemetoo@Nov 25 2004, 01:47 PM
Okay, I think we need an Elder in here to read this over.

I remember one of the tt'ers Alex or Maxwell , he was looking for "the Immortal".? Wasn't it this guy?

Yeah, Sosue. It was Alex who was looking for, supposedly found, and sent St. Germaine to 2038 so that he could use his fantastic knowledge to wipe out the flu that killed Titor in 2037.

That's the story anyway.
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::.. Now thats rich! LOL! ..:: Whatever happened to Little Alex and Maxwell? ..:: Tampa kill them off? ..::
 

Jovial_Kitten

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Do &quot;Immortals&quot; Count as Time Travelers?

Originally posted by lev+Nov 26 2004, 11:17 PM--><div class='quotemain'>
Originally posted by [email protected] 25 2004, 11:20 PM
<!--QuoteBegin-sosuemetoo
@Nov 25 2004, 01:47 PM
Okay, I think we need an Elder in here to read this over.

I remember one of the tt'ers Alex or Maxwell , he was looking for "the Immortal".? Wasn't it this guy?


Yeah, Sosue. It was Alex who was looking for, supposedly found, and sent St. Germaine to 2038 so that he could use his fantastic knowledge to wipe out the flu that killed Titor in 2037.

That's the story anyway.
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::.. Now thats rich! LOL! ..:: Whatever happened to Little Alex and Maxwell? ..:: Tampa kill them off? ..::
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Alex,supposedly, was supposed to have died while fighting someone who was looking for the immortal. There was going to be some battle with him and a timetravel cop, hence our rule about no timetravel hunters or cops on here. I think we saw him a few times afterwards on the old message board.
Maxwell I'm not sure of..I didn't pay to much attention to him.
 

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