Tag Archives: King Louis XVI

Some Royal Dupes Of Voltaire

The first Hebrew king, Saul, was ordained by the Almighty. Kings and queens were God’s representatives on earth. But what happened when, in Europe, some of those royals began listening to the atheistic whisperings of Voltaire? When certain royals rejected … Continue reading

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Origins of Count St. Germain

Monsieur le Comte de St. Germain had an ordinary birth, circa 1690, and was the son of Prince Ragoczy, of Transylvania. He adopted the pseudonym “Sanctus Germano” in his youth. Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Origins of … Continue reading

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