Below are extracts from the literature of the the christ Lighthouse concerning the incarnation of Satria Piningit as the Comte de Saint Germain :
“Upon his ascension from the Rakoczy Mansion in 1684, Ascended Master Saint Germain entered the Great Silence (nirvana) where his beloved twin flame Portia, the Goddess of Justice–whose name he had inscribed in The Merchant of Venice–had long been waiting his return. Not long thereafter, the beloved Sanctus Germanus was given the dispensation by the Lords of Karma to function in the world of form as an ascended being having the appearance of an unascended being.
“The archives of France contain evidence that English, Dutch, and Prussian statesmen of his (St.Germain’s) time regarded the Count as an authority in many fields. He was hated by some while loved and held in awe by others. As one of his friends said, `He was, perhaps, one of the greatest philosophers who ever lived . . . His heart was concerned only with the happiness of others.’ The master alchemist (St.Germain) spoke French, German, English, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian so fluently that he was accepted as a native wherever he went. According to a contemporary account, `the learned and the oriental scholars have proved the knowledge of the Count St.Germain. The former found him more apt in the languages of Homer and Virgil than themselves; with the latter he spoke Sanskrit, Chinese, and Arabic in such a manner as to show them that he had made some lengthy stay in Asia.’ (Compare this to local ideas that the Knight wanders often as an austerity–“Lelono broto”) The Comte de Saint Germain composed, improvised, accompanied on piano without music `not only every song but also the most difficult concerti, played on various instruments,’ and played the violin `like an orchestra.’ His compositions remain today in the British Museum and the library of the castle of Raudnitz in Bohemia. He painted in oils with colours of gemlike brilliance, a `secret’ which he himself discovered. It is said that from 1737 to 1742, Saint Germain was at the Court of the Shah in Persia, there exhibiting his extraordinary knowledge of precipitating and perfecting precious stones, particularly diamonds. According to the memoirs of Madame du Hausset, Saint Germain once removed a flaw from a large diamond, which belonged to King Louis XV.
In his alchemical laboratory at the Royal Chateau at Chambord, Saint Germain was attended by a group of learned and noble students. The Count is described by Graf Cobenzl in a letter dated 1763: `Possessing great wealth, he lives in the greatest simplicity; he knows everything, and shows an uprightness, a goodness of soul, worthy of admiration. Among a number of his accomplishments, he made, under my own eyes, some experiments, of which the most important were the transmutation of iron into a metal as beautiful as gold.’ The Comte de Saint Germain thoroughly understood the use of herbs and plants and discovered medicines and elixirs to prolong life and maintain health. Many of his demonstrations of mastery are described in the diaries of Mme.d’Adhemar, who knew him for at least half a century. She records Saint Germain’s visits to herself and to the courts of Louis XV and Louis XVI, noting in his glowing face the appearance of a man in his early forties throughout the period. She mentions a personal conversation with the Count in 1789 in which he appeared `with the same countenance as in 1760.’ In the same conversation he predicted the Revolution of 1789, the fall of the House of Bourbon, and the course of modern French history . . .”
We believe that this paper offers enough vital information to scholars and mystics to assist in correlating the information found herein with the information to be found in Javanese literature concerning Ratu Adil and Satria Piningit, or to the impressions that they have received psychically. It is of our opinion that what we have revealed here will be further substantiated through their efforts. We must also caution our readers that some individuals might commercialize the knowledge that we have revealed here for their own egoistic purposes, perhaps claiming themselves to be a representative of Satria Piningit. Please do not be fooled by this. The real knight is silent on such matters.