St. Germain and Bardon

Anyone who has read Frabato the Magician will be aware of the claim that Franz Bardon was the reincarnation of St. Germain, as well as a lot of other things about Bardon that one’s initial reaction is to discount as the over zealousness of his followers. But, I have been in a vein of thought and meditation for some time now about all of this and I do believe that there is a connection between Bardon and St. Germain. One only has to read Comte de Gabalis (most likely the Comte is St. Germain) and compare with Bardon’s material to start to suspect at least a common point of origin.

What is also intriguing is the lack of any real details around either man. Indeed, their lives have a sort of mythological quality and one in which the initial reaction is of disbelief. Read Frabato especially the passage where Bardon conjures a storm and then walks home without getting wet! Compare this with some of the ?tall tales reputed to have been told by St. Germain.

Both men appear to be able to conduct ‘real magic’ – elemental magic at will. Both appear to have mysterious abilities and certain qualities that force one to conclude there are some connections. Then read Bardon’s books and, to me, the connection becomes tangible. Am I saying Bardon was St. Germain? No, not necessarily. I am saying that there is a strong connection in the form of shared provenance or perhaps greater.

If one though believes St. Germain to truly be an ascended Master and one also believes the account of Bradon’s responsibilities as portrayed in Frabato, it is tempting to consider that they are at least working together for the good of mankind….

Any comments on this welcome.

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