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Purple Fiery Heart of Saint Germain Pendant

Amethyst and aquamarine with gold plated wings
SKU: S4726
$78.00
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It just doesn't get any better than this. Saint Germain on a purple fiery heart with the wings above him just like the Sindelar painting.

The heart is about 7/8" tall.

P.S. My two cents.

You know that very jolly looking fellow on the round Quaker Oats box? That's a self-portrait of an artist by the name of Charles Sindelar. He's most famous for that picture. However, he also did some other amazing work. Back around 1980, or maybe it was 1979, my department head and I drove from Camelot to Whittier, Ca., I believe it was. The memory dims. I know it was quite a ways down Hwy. 405, then east, up against the mountains.

There we found a man who was given the rights to Charles Sindelar's paintings. I think they were good friends. Both Jesus and Saint Germain had appeared to Sindelar many years ago. At first he didn't know what to do, but then he figured it out. He painted them. They were a mainstay for the I AM Movement. But then this fellow we went to meet, recognized that The Summit Lighthouse was given the mantle of the Great White Brotherhood, after Godfre and Lotus. He gave the rights to the paintings to The Summit Lighthouse.  We were there to pick them up.

I was floored when I walked in his house. On the couch was a gigantic painting of The All Seeing Eye and over to the right were portraits of Jesus and straight ahead—Saint Germain. Different sizes, all stunning and beautiful. The Presence of the Masters was palpable. I'll never forget it. This is the Sindelar Saint Germain you see before you. All others pale in comparison and most are psychic. These pendants are almost too beautiful for a man to wear. But how can you not? It's Saint Germain. William

It just doesn't get any better than this. Saint Germain on a purple fiery heart with the wings above him just like the Sindelar painting.

The heart is about 7/8" tall.

P.S. My two cents.

You know that very jolly looking fellow on the round Quaker Oats box? That's a self-portrait of an artist by the name of Charles Sindelar. He's most famous for that picture. However, he also did some other amazing work. Back around 1980, or maybe it was 1979, my department head and I drove from Camelot to Whittier, Ca., I believe it was. The memory dims. I know it was quite a ways down Hwy. 405, then east, up against the mountains.

There we found a man who was given the rights to Charles Sindelar's paintings. I think they were good friends. Both Jesus and Saint Germain had appeared to Sindelar many years ago. At first he didn't know what to do, but then he figured it out. He painted them. They were a mainstay for the I AM Movement. But then this fellow we went to meet, recognized that The Summit Lighthouse was given the mantle of the Great White Brotherhood, after Godfre and Lotus. He gave the rights to the paintings to The Summit Lighthouse.  We were there to pick them up.

I was floored when I walked in his house. On the couch was a gigantic painting of The All Seeing Eye and over to the right were portraits of Jesus and straight ahead—Saint Germain. Different sizes, all stunning and beautiful. The Presence of the Masters was palpable. I'll never forget it. This is the Sindelar Saint Germain you see before you. All others pale in comparison and most are psychic. These pendants are almost too beautiful for a man to wear. But how can you not? It's Saint Germain. William

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