German-English Dictionary: Translation for Wundermann. Der Wundermann vom Bodensee by Gabele,Anton and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at Der Wundermann (homme des prodiges) wollte sie aus Großmuth. Er wollte sie aus Geistes stärke und es war genug, daß er sie wollte.“ – – Damit nun weder der .

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Instead, she sent him back out into the world: Louis seems to be very similar to the role given to Dracula in the MU.

Der Wundermann – Wikipedia

For a great number of imaginative and sincere men the Comte de Saint-Germain is more alive than he has ever been. Yet if Saint-Germain he knew how to make gold, he was wise enough to wubdermann nothing about it.

After having been, also like Saint-Germain, a cause of astonishment to Parisian society for a considerable time, he disappeared without leaving a trace.

He said he wundermaann come from China and Japan. He did not appear to possess eyes, but instead used an unidentified pair of orbs which he placed into his eye sockets, perhaps when he wished to take an active role, or to assume his earth elemental form.

Storms 2 – While the family and friends of Professor Brandeis researched the Medallion and the legend of St.

Der Wundermann

He then rammed a hole through the giant St. He knew nearly all the European languages.

Neither the nobility nor the clergy escaped what had become a fashion. He allotted him rooms in the Chateau of Chambord.


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He was confused by the way they knew Duvalier had been killed, yet spoke of him as though he were still alive. Circareputed sightings of the Comte in Tibet occurred. He could do just about anything. For a more extensive account of the history of St.

They say he lived on oatmeal. He was interested in the preparation of dyes and even started a factory in Germany for the manufacture wyndermann felt hats. Germain aundermann seen working on a plot to harness the energy described by Nikolai Tesla as a weapon. As the giant creature shattered the pool, grabbed Sue, and knocked Cammy from the roof, Max accepted a union with Zarathos — who had actually been more drawn to Johnny — and became the Ghost Rider.

I always enjoy your blog! Yi Yang spoke to Night Raven while he was still immobilized by Duvalier’s ritual, telling him that it was too soon for him to know of the other immortals, and that he would destroy them all. The diamonds that he wore in his shoes and garters were believed to be worth more thanfrancs. InFranz Graffer declared in his memoirs that he met Saint-Germain, and stated that it came to his attention that the Comte would appear in the Himalayas circa He is an adept in a number of forms of spiritualism.

These effects were in their turn to create the causes of future evil. Germain’s control is unknown. But even if he has never come back, even if he is no longer alive and we must relegate to legend the idea that the great Hermetic nobleman is still wandering about the world with his sparkling jewels, his senna tea, and his taste for princesses and queens even so it can be said that he has gained the immortality he sought. The less there is known about a historical figure, the more eluring they become, I think.


Thanks to John McDonagh for contributing the legendary information described in the History section above. He possessed a marvelous knowledge of all the countries in Europe at all periods.

Germain, the Wonderman, has no known connections to: He shut himself up with Saint-Germain and Madam de Pompadour for whole evenings; and the pleasure he derived from his conversation and the admiration he no doubt felt for the range of his knowledge cannot explain the consideration, almost the deference, he had for him. The version used by Dracula seemed to have almost nothing in common with the character from legend, as if Kavanaugh had chosen the name solely for its effect and paid little attention to the character.

It appears from the memoirs of Baron von Gleichen that when Saint-Germain was in Paris he became the lover of Mademoiselle Lambert, daughter of the Chevalier Lambert, who lived in the house in which he lodged. I have no idea how accurate it is, however. He was one of the of the most celebrated mystics and adventurers of modern times.