Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Scaligero
Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] ScaligeroOn 1/9/04 6:43 am, "Goffredo" <goffredo@...> wrote:
To our group, Valentina Brunetti, Andrea
It's a real pity that Scaligero's writings haven't been translated into English. The same difficulty was encountered by Gennadi Bondarev's "The crisis of Civilization". It seems that he had to leave the Goetheanum' executive because he was accused of being an anti Semite. He wasn't so; but he had written a lot about Free Masonry and Secret Societies. "The crisis of Civilization" was written in Russian and translated into German and published. There is an English version available in Xerox form from a book store in England.
Jan – The English bookshop is ‘The Wellspring’
- ~~~~Ciao Goffredo, I am aware of l'archetipo.com (perhaps Andrea gave me the link?) and I have the "Treatise on Living Thought" by Scaligero, although I have never gone beyond the 7th page.... it's very deep hard going, and I keep it there, in the drawer of 'one day, when the time comes'. BuonanotteGix
Goffredo <goffredo@...> wrote:
To the group and to Gisele
Perhaps you already heard something about Massimo Scaligero who was one of the foremost Italian anthroposophists (he died about 20 years ago in Rome). He wrote many interesting books on Rosicrucianism, Isis-Sophia, Zen, The Sun-Logos etc. You could find some information on him in the following link:
You Gisele, although living in the UK probably understand Italian and will certainly enjoy reading it.
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