The Count of St. Germainby Isabel Cooper-Oakley
Isabel Cooper-Oakley (1853/4-1914) was a prominent Theosophist and author. Born in Amritza, India, Isabel married Alfred J. Oakley, and they then both changed their surname to Cooper-Oakley. Sometime in the late 1890s, G.R.S. Mead became Isabel's brother-in-law when he married her sister, another prominent Theosophist, Laura Cooper. Isabel Cooper-Oakley died March 3, 1914, at Budapest, Hungary.
Among her many works was The Comte de St. Germain, or The Count of St. Germain. The Count of St. Germain ( 1710-1784 ) has been variously described in secular histories as a courtier, adventurer, charlatan, inventor, alchemist, pianist, violinist and amateur composer. Under the name "St. Germain" he is recognized as a Spiritual Master of central importance to Theosophy, and under the name "Ascended Master Saint Germain" he is recognized as a Spiritual Master of central importance not only by the Saint Germain Foundation, but by the various schools of Ascended Master Teachings generally.
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