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The Most Holy Trinosophia

by Comte de Saint-Germain


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This is the only book attributed to the mysterious, supposedly immortal Comte St. Germain. (see The Comte de St. Germain, by Isabel Cooper-Oakley). This parallel French and English edition was self-published in 1933 and introduced by Manly Hall, who also wrote The Secret Teachings of All Ages. The Trinosophia is an allegorical account of spiritual initiation, in the vein of The Chymical Marriage. Whether Hall's claim that St. Germain was (or is) a key Rosicrucian figure is true or not, this is indeed one of the rarest of occult books. It appears here for the first time on the Internet.

Title Page and Front Matter
Table of Contents
Part One: The Man Who Does Not Die
Part Two: The Rarest of Occult Manuscripts

Part Three: Parallel French and English Text of the Most Holy Trinosophia

Section One
Section Two
Section Three
Section Four
Section Five
Section Six
Section Seven
Section Eight
Section Nine
Section Ten
Section Eleven
Section Twelve


Notes and Commentaries