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Alexandre Saint-Yves d'Alveydre
He developed the term Synarchy —the association of everyone with everyone else—into a political philosophy, and his ideas about this type of government proved influential in politics and the occult. Born in Paris, from a family of Parisian intellectuals and son of psychiatrist Guillaume-Alexandre Saint-Yves, he started his career as a physician at a naval academy in Brest which he soon abandoned after becoming ill. In he relocated to Jersey where he connected with Victor Hugo. In , he returned to France to fight in the Franco-Prussian War during which he was injured.