自从他死后，各种各样的神秘组织把他当作他们的模范甚至是一个强大的神。而且近些年，陆续又有几个人出来声称他们就是圣·日尔曼。 4 Comte St Germain
The Count of St. Germain (allegedly died February 27, 1784) was a , adventurer, inventor, scientist, violinist, amateur composer, and a mysterious gentleman; he also displayed some skills associated with the practice of alchemy. He was known as ‘Der Wundermann’ — ‘The Wonderman’. He was a man whose origin was unknown and who disappeared without leaving a trace. In 1745, Horace Walpole wrote of him:
…the other day they seized an odd man, who goes by the name of Count St. Germain. He has been here these two years, and will not tell who he is, or , but professes that he does not go by his right name. He sings, plays on the violin wonderfully, composes, is mad, and not very . He is called an Italian, a Spaniard, a Pole; a somebody that married a great fortune in Mexico, and ran away with her jewels to Constantinople; a , a fiddler, a vast nobleman. The Prince of Wales has had unsatiated curiosity about him, but in vain. However, nothing has been made out against him; he is released; and, what convinces me that he is not a , stays here, and talks of his being taken up for a spy.
Since his death, various occult organizations have adopted him as a model figure or even as a powerful deity. In recent years several people have claimed to be the Count of St. Germain.