< Embodiment 8QA > I have been associated with the energy that you would call Count Dracula. And, I am not; I am not, particularly, although my energies are - how to say - have been taken and tied into this. I created quite a stir in my lifetime as Saint-Germain. I was able to go without food because I can pull energy from the air, literally. At times I ate ground grains, which I enjoyed. And, there were other times I would sit at a meal and simply absorb the energy. I was not much for eating meat because your… we won't go into that right now. That is a whole other discussion. But, I found that I did not need to eat the solid foods, unless I simply chose to.
< Embodiment 8QA > I (St. Germain) caused quite a stir in my lifetime, and this continued into the 1800s. There was a revival of interest in my personage in the late 1800s. And, it bothered the church to such a degree that they wanted to create a story, to create a story that tied in my energy. But, also it did bring in the energy of a human, a being that did live quite a while before I did, a human by the name of Count Dracule (pronouncing this as drak-ool), who was a true being, and who was heinous, loved to impale his subjects.
< Embodiment 8QA > It is interesting to note that Count Dracule was angry with the church. He was brought up in a religious family. He was bought up devout. He was brought up to honor and obey his parents and God. But, it was the church that murdered his father and ultimately murdered his mother. And, this brought up a hate in him that was so strong and so intense and so against God - or at least the churches - that this incredibly strong energy turned, and it was used to express his anger and hatred. He killed thousands and thousands in some of the most gruesome ways.
< Embodiment 8QA > His (Count Dracule) lure still lives on. And, it was taken by some who have - how to say - control of the church hypnosis energy and woven into mine (St. Germain) to make it so that any person who didn't have to eat, any person who did not appear in the mirror, any person who did not die was considered evil. This is part of the effect that this hypnotic energy of the church has.
< Embodiment 8QA > It is appropriate not to die in the way humans have been dying. The suffering that they go through causes them to have to come back to Earth. It pulls them in, whether they want to or not. It sucks them back in because they died with suffering. The church states in these books that they help to write that there are beings who live off the blood of others; they don't have to eat food. I have to wonder who is truly living off the blood and living off the energy.
< Embodiment 8QA > I (St. Germain) did many of my teachings, many of my studies in the area of Transylvania. I still keep my main energetic residence in that area. I love that area truly. And, it is one of the most difficult and oppressed areas in some respects, but it has the most potential for going off into the multi-dimensional realms. You could say that there is a type of incredible portal there that has been distorted, that has been abused. But, it is ready to open back up. I spent time there helping to teach Cauldre these things about channelings, these things about multi-dimensional realities. I am going to invite some of you to join me there in the not-so-distant future. Yes, we will go back to Transylvania. And, what a journey it will be!
< e2012 2 > I am Dracula. In my last days in the Mystery Schools, end of the 1700s, mostly in Romania, Transylvania, we, all of us, we were doing some amazing, amazing things there. We knew it was time to close down the Mystery Schools, for you to go back out into the world. We knew that a new era was coming. And when we did, you - all the students - went back out into the world. Some of you went back to Europe. Some of you went into Russia, here to this newly emerging Atlantis, now called the United States. You took this wisdom. You took the understandings with you.
< e2012 2 > Then it created quite a stir. It created almost a cult following. People still wanted to believe the Mystery Schools were open, even though they weren't. They wanted to believe that there was something more to life other than what they were living, so they wanted to believe the Mystery Schools still lived. They did, but in your heart. A lot of rumors started running rampant about where the schools were, and it was amusing for quite a while to see some of the religious orders gather together in their new crusades to go burn down the Mystery Schools. Of course, there weren't any. They found some of the wrong castles and accused the people of the wrong things, burned down the castles regardless, even though it really wasn't a Mystery School, and this went on and on.
< e2012 2 > And it actually built up more of an intrigue, of a mystery about the whole thing to the point where certain orders, certain religious orders, just couldn't stand it anymore. They knew that they had to do their own form of anti-publicity about these Mystery Schools So they created a type of a story about this being … about this being who couldn't see himself in the mirror and others couldn't see him either.
< e2012 2 > Of course not! When you get to that point of consciousness vibration, you're not going to see yourself in the mirror. Some of you have had little glimpses of that - walk into a room and for a moment you're not there. Why? Because your vibration, your consciousness is starting to evolve. You're not going to see yourself any longer as a reflection. You're going to see yourself as a presence. As a presence. Other people aren't going to see you in the mirror either. So it was a great thing to say this being couldn't see them self in the mirror.
< e2012 2 > And they continued the myth. They talked about wanting to suck the blood out of you. Well, I did have a habit and still do … but when you go to kiss another … It's actually not very energizing there on the cheeks. But … (he kisses her on the neck) One right back there. Didn't that give you the chills? They used all of these stories, put them together, and found kind of a mediocre author, he had written some books, who was into a little bit of the mystics - studied mesmerizing and that, but at his heart was actually terribly stiff, conservative and very, very loyal to the British Monarch at the time - an Irishman by the name of Bram Stoker.
< e2012 2 > Commissioned him, paid him healthy to write a book - Dracula - and to demonize, because they figured if they did, if they created this cult figure, this Dracula, and they based it on a variety of things that were kind of true and a lot of things that weren't. And, of course, they pulled in - because we were so strong in the Romania, Transylvania area - they pulled in the stories of Vlad the Impaler and kind of tied it all together. Published the booked in the late 1800s - 1897 - to try to stop this whole intrigue about the Mystery Schools, about me - although I was never named - and about you.
< Transhuman 2 > I was gaining tremendous popularity all throughout Europe in the 1800s, more popularity than I normally had. Everybody talked about St. Germain. I was the talk of the bars and the talk of the dinner tables and the talk of the brothels. Everybody talking about, “St. Germain! St. Germain! St. Germain could manifest gold and gems in his hands. St. Germain never ate a meal. St. Germain loved women.” Well, there's some truth to each one of those, but… So I was gaining tremendous popularity and it was bothering the church, because people would come and ask the priests, “What about St. Germain? What kind of saint was he?” And the priests were so confused, “Saint? Saint? Oh …” Of course, I picked that name intentionally just for the confusion factor, because I like to have fun. I was no saint. It was my name but certainly no saint. “What about this St. Germain?” So the church elders got together and said, “We have to do something to counter all of these myths and stories about St. Germain. He's becoming more popular than” – dare I say the word? – “Jesus.”
< Transhuman 2 > And the church was getting very concerned about this – the St. Germain factor. So they hired a two-bit writer out of England by the name of Bram Stoker who hadn't had any interesting writings up to that point, but they knew he would write whatever they paid him, and they gave him all of the material. When this character, Dracula, looks into the mirror, he doesn't see his image, because when a true Master looks in the mirror, they do not see the image of an old human self. They may see their Master. They may see their light, but they don't see the old human self and neither do others and neither will you in your mastery. People will not see that old human self. They're going to see your light. That's why you don't see the image in the mirror.
< Transhuman 2 > And garlic (Adamus chuckles). “Garlic,” you say. I was never a fan of garlic. Why would you ruin perfectly good rolled oats and honey and nuts with garlic?! And that was mostly my diet at the time. I wasn't a big fan of garlic or onions, as neither is Cauldre, because some claim that garlic is good on the system. Well, if your system is like a sewer, yes, but it's actually really not that good for you. I stayed away from garlic. The smell was repugnant and the taste was awful. I'm sorry for some of you who are garlic heathens (more chuckles), but that's truly the … so, no, I didn't eat garlic. So they gave Braham Stoker all of these little bits and pieces, all about me actually; the fact that I could transform – as the Merlin, in particular – from the human self into my Pakauwah. I could be an owl or a hawk and fly off anywhere.
< Transhuman 2 > So Stoker wrote this book, deliberately paid for and inspired by the church, to counter some of the myths. Of course they weren't going to use the name “St. Germain,” but they were going to use all of these things that I was claimed to be able to do. They put it under the name of Dracula. They based it part on what I was able to do and part on an interesting character in history, Vlad the Impaler, which I had no association with. But they took these two items and put it together, the setting in Transylvania, which that is the only thing that truly hurt me, because I love Transylvania. I spent many a lifetime and grew up in my last lifetime in Transylvania, one of the most romantic, mysterious, beautiful places in the world, and I look at what 'they' – the church and the writers – have done to this whole image … come back here (to Linda). This image of blood and gore and energy feeding … and everything else. So, yeah, that was the only part that actually really disturbed me at the time. So that is a little bit of the history of Dracula.