Conny Mendez (1898 – 1979) Juana María de la Concepción Méndez Guzmán, commonly known as Conny Mendez She was a composer, singer, writer, cartoonist, actress and metaphysics Venezuelan. She was born in Caracas and died in Miami, Florida, USA. She founded the Brotherhood of Saint Germain, which spread first throughout Venezuela, and then throughout Latin America. And in this field she was very active, traveling, lecturing and communicating with the thousands of friends she had everywhere.
The Books of Conny Mendez
Conny Mendez brought the Metaphysics to all people in an easy way, calling their attention to the Metaphysics from to Centavo.
Conny Mendez always believed that the spiritual, philosophical and philosophical truths and metaphysics were to be expounded in the words of the The author has therefore tried, as much as possible, to avoid the use of specialized technical terminology. That is why the author tried, as much as possible, to avoid the use of specialized technical terminology. For this reason she never used a three-syllable word where a two-syllable word would fit. Undoubtedly, this is another reason that explains the growing and unstoppable success of this powerful Metaphysics Collection that the author left us approximately fifty years ago and that today is more valid than ever.
The Life of Conny Mendez
Conny Mendez was born in Caracas, Venezuela, on January 28, 1900. His parents were Spanish immigrants who moved to Venezuela in the late 19th century. Conny was the youngest of four children.
Daughter of the poet Eugenio Méndez y Mendoza and Lastenia Guzmán de Méndez y Mendoza, she attended primary and secondary school in Venezuela and New York, since she moved to the United States at the age of 8.
The first years of Conny Mendez They took place in Caracas. He attended primary and secondary school there. It was during his high school years that he first became interested in writing. He wrote his first play at the age of sixteen.
After finishing high school, Conny Mendez moved to New York to study at Columbia University. He graduated from Columbia in 1922 with a bachelor's degree in English literature.
after your graduation Conny Mendez He returned to Venezuela. He taught English at a school in Caracas for a few years. In 1925 she married a Venezuelan businessman named Rafael Caldera. The couple had three children: Rafael, María and Carmen.
In the early 1930s, Conny Mendez became interested in theosophy. He joined the Theosophical Society and began studying the works of Helena Blavatsky. He also began attending seances and studying psychic phenomena.
In 1934, Conny Mendez and his family moved to Mexico City. There he met Jiddu Krishnamurti who would become a major influence on his spiritual beliefs. Krishnamurti introduced her to the teachings of Theosophy and she began to study them more deeply.
In 1936, Conny Méndez published her first book, "Theosophy: A Simple Outline". The book was a success and helped spread the teachings of Theosophy in Latin America.
In the 40s, Conny Mendez He became involved in Mexican politics. He was an active member of the Mexican Communist Party and helped organize several worker strikes. He also opposed the Mexican government's policy of expelling foreigners from the country.
In the 1950s, the health of Conny Mendez started to decline. He suffered from heart problems and diabetes. In 1960 she suffered a stroke that left her partially paralyzed. Despite his health problems, he continued to be active in theosophical and political circles.
Metaphysics writer, actress, painter but, above all, teacher metaphysics, Conny Mendez She was well known for her work disseminating transcendental philosophy throughout the world, being the founder of the Saint Germain Brotherhood.
By one of those strange things in life, while on board a tanker that brought her and her son Donald from the United States during World War II, she met Henry Pittier's widow. This lady, without intending to do so, initiated Conny into the world of the Metaphysics. The trip turned out to be quite an odyssey and of course, in many moments it took a lot of faith in God to bear the weight of the tremendous danger they were facing. During those moments, as usual, Conny and Mrs. Pittier talked a lot about philosophy and Metaphysics. When he arrived in Venezuela ("miraculously" as Conny says), he threw himself into the search for any literary material that existed on this subject.
She read everything that fell into her hands and one day, profoundly aware of this philosophy, she became an exemplary teacher who has left a deep mark all over the world due to her teachings explained so easily that even a child can understand them.
Conny Mendez he died in Mexico City on December 8, 1979. He was 79 years old.