St. Germain

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  1. davidd47

    davidd47 Strat-Talker

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    Guess I have been living under a rock.

    Got an email yesterday and it only had this guys name and man did the rabbit hole start there.

    When I first read the name for some reason I kept hearing Kid Charlemagne playing in my head.

    I went to Wiki and then You Tube and received a history lesson on something I should know about already.

    This guy has to drink Dos Equis.

    Imagine his musical knowledge and ability.

    Not a thread for politics or religion this is to educate those like myself who have never heard of this guy.

    All I can say is "Wow, wow Wow!"

    Better than most Hollywood movies.

    Come back and look at pretty guitars if this is upsetting to you.
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  2. Agtronic

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    Not sure what who you're talking about... I Googled it and sure enough there are a hundred different meanings to that name. Which one are you referring to?

    Edit: You did mention music, do you mean the guy who makes electronic music? My GF really liked his stuff in the late '90s, early 2000s.
     
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    circles Resident Pinball Enthusiast

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    Yes. We need to know which one is germane to the conversation.
     
  5. nutball73

    nutball73 Senior Stratmaster

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    I think I.have some form of alzheimers or dyslexia. This is the second thread recently where I can read all the words and yet still not understand the post. :(:(
     
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    You talking about Ludovic St.Germain Navarre?
     
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    The Germans have nothing to do with this.
     
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    Mouse The Knees of Rock

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    I was hoping this thread was about this. I could use a cocktail right about now.

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    Well then
    This sucked 30 minutes out of my life...
    But
    It's
    My fault...
     
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    Guy likes strats on top, teles on the bottom, and a fly likes to watch...so what...?
     
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    Intelligent guess, but the reference to "politics and religion" make me wonder if we're all firing blanks at the moment. :D

     
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  14. Seamus OReally

    Seamus OReally Mr. Serious Gold Supporting Member

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    Are we concerned about politics and religion because St. Germain is considered by some New Age adherents to be the gatekeeper of the Age of Aquarius and Avatar of the Violet Light?
     
  15. davidd47

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    Strange dude that gets reincarnated and has lots of famous people in his lineage. The Dali Lama of eastern Europe, some relation also to the Freemasons and Knights of Templar. The further you research it the more outrageous and twisted it gets. Yes on the New Age thing. My surprise is I love weird and interesting stuff like this so I should have known about it.
     
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    https://www.azquotes.com/author/51071-Count_of_St_Germain

    Confused still? The Count is only one of his previous lives.
    The Dos Equis reference is to the worlds most interesting man. The musical ability reference is to the claim that he has been reincarnated many times. He also was a composer.
     
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    Seamus OReally Mr. Serious Gold Supporting Member

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    Immortal Alchemist, or Time Traveler?

    Neither. The entire New Age catechism is a bunch of hooey.
     
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    Nope. Still don't get it.