He consumed only three foods – tender chicken, oat flakes or oatmeal and cooked grain.
Almost no one had seen him drinking alcohol.
The count has been afraid of getting cold. He spent many hours in concentration and meditation. His
friends often found him in lotus position. When they asked him for these inclinations, he replied that
he has his own shelter in Himalayas, where he planned to spend next 85 years.
The official version for his death is that he died in the prince Karl Palace, in Hesse 1784, where he
implemented some Egyptian rituals and alchemical experiments with friends. Since people continued
to see him in unexpected places after his death, nobody believed that he was dead. Countess
D’Ademar claimed that they have been spoken several times after his death. Count Saloon said that
he met him in 1788. Madam de Genlis said she saw him in 1821 in Vienna.
The philosopher, Voltaire said for Saint Germain that he is “a man who never dies, and who knows