Alexandre Saint-Yves d'Alveydre

Synarchism

Born March 26, 1842 in Paris, France. His father was a psychiatrist named Guillaume-Alexandre Saint-Yves).

In 1863, he moved to Jersey and got to know Victor Hugo.

1870 returned to France and fought in the Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871.

After the war ended, Zengdes took office in the Interior Ministry.

On 6 September 1877, married Countess Marie Victorie de Riznitch-Keller, whose marriage made Zendes like a rat in a barrel of rice, allowing him to devote his time to research into mysterious, supernatural stories, according to his interests.

published a poem titled “Lyrical Testament.”

1879 wrote “De l'utilité des algues marines,” in which Sengdes described the study and creation of a plant for the production of seaweed for benefit, but he himself lacked the funds to build the plant.

1880 was named Marquis of Alveydre (Marquis of Alveydre).

1884 published “Mission des Juifs,” and shortly after the newspaper came out, Sengdes was interested in learning Sansarit so that he could read ancient papers.

Type “La France vraie”, where in this book he describes the term “Synarchy/ Sinarchi”, in which he describes it as an ideal government. It is also a word opposite to anarchy, a current that is happening during a bullish period. The Sinarkie-based rule is divided into three parts or three councils: the Economic Council, the Legislative Council, and the Science.

Become a member of the Rosicrucian and Freemasons

Born in 1838, Zengdes met Hardjij Charipf, who was born in 1838, but had to leave India during the protests that Sepoys Revolt came to live in France with a career in selling birds and teaching languages, but Sarif's background was vague. Some information said that he was a prince, some said he was an Afghan.

Sarif had served as a teacher of Sansarit language for Sengdies. During his studies, Sendes was able to learn the story of the mysterious land called Agartha.

In 1886, the Mission de I'Inde en Europe tells the story of the kingdom of Agartha, a mysterious land believed to be under the earth, dating back to 3,200 BC. Zengdes also claimed that Agartha was a master of Sinarkee.

But not long after the newspaper came out, Sengdes destroyed Mission de l'Inde en Europe by himself because he was worried that too much of the secret territory's secrets would cause harm to his friends from the eastern lands. So Zendes burned down the books he kept, but the printed ones were copies. That his friend, Gérard Encausse, who founded the Martinist Order, kept it and printed it out in 1910.

1909 5 February, died

Writings

Thèse de Médecine, 1838. Le Retour du Christ, 1874. Les clefs de l'Orient., 1877 Testament lyrique, 1877Le Mystère du progrès, 1878. De l'utilité des algues marines, 1879. Mission des Souverains, 1882Mission des Ouvriers, 1882Mission des Juifs (Mission of the Jews), 1884Mission de l'Inde en Europe (Mission of India in Europe), 1886Les Funérailles de Victor Hugo, 1885. La France vraie ou la Mission des Français, 1887. Vœux du syndicat de la presse économique, 1887. Les États-Généraux du suffrage universel, 1888. Le Centenaire de 1789 - Sa conclusion, 1889. L'Ordre économique dans l'electorat et dans l'État, 1889. Le poème de la Reine, 1889. Maternité royale et royaux mariages, 1889. L'empereur Alexandre III épopée russe, 1889. Jeanne d'Arc victorieuse, 1890. Thégonie des Patriarches., 1909 L'Archéomètre, 1910