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Count of St Germain - The prophecy of Marie Antoinette's fate



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The Comte de St. Germain - by Isabel Cooper-Oakley - [1912]

The following quotes have been  extracted from Souvenirs de Marie-Antoinette, by the Countess d’Adhémar, who had been an intimate friend of the Queen, and who died in 1822.  Madame d’Adhémar appears to have kept a daily diary and to have later written her Souvenirs from this diary. They cover a long period of time, ranging from 1760 to 1821.

A note written by the hand of the Countess, fastened with a pin to the original MS. and dated May 12th, 1821, refers to a prophecy made to her by St. Germain about the year 1793, when he warned her of the approaching sad fate of the Queen, and in response to her query as to whether she would see him again, he replied, "Five times more; do not wish for the sixth."  The Countess writes:

"I saw M. de St. Germain again, and always to my unspeakable surprise: at the assassination of the Queen; at the coming of the 18th Brumaire; the day following the death of the Duke d’Enghien [1804]; in the month of January, 1813; and on the eve of the murder of the Duke de Berri [1820]. I await the sixth visit when God wills."

[These dates are of interest because of the generally received opinion that St. Germain died in 1784; some few writers say he only retired from public work.] 

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Count of St Germain

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