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    Messaggio Da Asti Ovest Ven 6 Giu 2014 - 23:43

    The legend says that Turin was founded by Eridanus, an Egyptian prince considered a demigod, a brother of Osiris, who left his homeland for religious intolerance with the priestly caste, and reached with his followers a northern Mediterranean land, which he named Liguria after his son Ligurio. Then he moved to the hinterland, and beyond the Apennines he found a large plain in the vicinity of the river Po, which reminded him of the Nile: he founded Turin there, in the the 15th century BC, and the name and symbol of the bull ("tauron" in Greek) were connected to the god Apis (represented as a bull) and the worships at Memphis.
    Further strange presences and Christian mysterious relics are described, all of which support the esoteric tradition that Turin is at the same time the vertex of two triangles, one of white magic with Prague and Lyon, and the other of black magic with London and San Francisco.

    This creative documentary, a production of Alessandro Romboni from research on legends and beliefs related to the city of Turin, shows a city full of mysteries connected to magic and the occult.

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    Esoteric Turin. A video by Alexander Romboni. This creative documentary comes from research I made on legends and beliefs related to the city of Turin. A city that, according to esoteric tradition, is linked to magic and the occult.
    I hope that my work will take you into a dimension out of the common logic to interpret facts and realities that surround us, incomprehensible to rational logic. Alexander Romboni. Between history and legend.
    The tradition presents Turin as a city full of mysteries connected to magic and the occult. Actually, its history fascinates the curious because of the legends that often appeared when Turin became a capital.
    It is said that the Savoy had in this way tried to emphasize Turin's origins. In the third century BC there was already a small village inhabited by Taurini, a population born from the merging of Gauls and Ligurians.
    Already at the beginning, the place where Turin it rises and its orientation were not chosen randomly but based on magical - religious factors. Turin indeed has a Roman plan with four gates at the four cardinal points.
    The four doors were interconnected by two street axes perpendicular to each other and the main street was oriented so as to follow the ascending line of the sun.
    Another magical factor is due to the confluence of two rivers: the Po and the Dora, which form a water ring around the city. It is said that the Po represents the sun and the sacred Nile, and the Dora the moon and Isis, his wife, and from this union the city of Turin was born.
    Turin is attributed an Egyptian ancestry, reinforced during a series of excavations by the discovery of a tombstone with an inscription dedicated to the Egyptian goddess Isis where the myths of Phaeton and the Egyptian prince Eridanus, considered a demigod brother of Osiris, are mentioned.
    This Egyptian prince, having left his homeland for reasons of religious intolerance with the priestly caste, allegedly landed with his followers in a northern area and conquered it, giving it the name Liguria, from his son Ligurio.
    Then he went to the hinterland and after crossing the Apennines he found a large plain, presumably on a pre-existing Celtic settlement in the vicinity of the river Po, which reminded him of the Nile and founded Turin there.
    It was the 15th century BC, therefore the city was founded many centuries before Rome. Then Turin began to exist under the symbol of the god Apis and the bull worshiped at Memphis was also the first bull of Turin.
    In the Palatine towers in Turin, Ovid and Pontius Pilate were supposed to have stayed going into exile; always in Turin were to stay Paracelsus, Cagliostro, Casanova, Nostradamus and many other figures linked to the occult.
    From Piazza Statuto, a few steps from Porta Susa station, this trip into magical mysteries of Turin is starting. This area is the black heart of the city for two reasons:
    because it is located to the west, and therefore according to the Romans, in the unfortunate position because of the sunset, the border between good and evil, and here was the Val Occisorum, which gave its name to the current quarter, a place of executions and burial.
    The necropolis might be very wide and extending below the Corso Francia and the adjacent streets that branch out in a radial pattern from the square. The gallows stood for centuries in Piazza Statuto, and then the French moved it to the place which is now called by Turin people, the "roundabout of the gallows".
    Coincidentally, from the central flowerbed of Piazza Statuto you enter the control room of the city's entire sewer system, and legend has it that exactly here is in the so-called "gateway to hell".
    According to esotericism scholars, the angel at the top of the monument in Piazza Statuto would represent Lucifer but also knowledge , and the men climbing the mountain, the climb to knowledge prevented from the stopping hand of an angel who seems to want them fall back.
    Another place of black Turin is Via Bonelli, a narrow street,almost never illuminated by the sun, where Executioner of Turin lived, who always dressed in black, roaming throughout the region carrying a bag with his trade tools.
    After the many restoration works, it is impossible to recognize the exact building, but you have a strange feeling when you walk along Via Bonelli.
    Now we're heading towards Piazza Solferino, where is the Angelic Fountain, a magical, mysterious place full of allegorical meanings, which would be the gateway to infinity.
    According to esotericism scholars, the two male statues that make up the fountain are the Giants, the supporters of the Pillars of Hercules, the place after which infinity began.
    One of the two giants is the first degree of initiation, the path that the initiate has to make on his way through the thirty-three steps of the Masonic lodges,
    while the other giant represents perfection , knowledge; this knowledge, which is ever-recurring in esoteric symbolism, is represented by the water gushing out of the waterskins that the two statues hold in their hands.
    Therefore, the fountain represents the inner transformation to attain true knowledge, so as to achieve perfection. The angelic fountain is really full of many symbols, some explicit, others more obscure.
    Moving to the back of the fountain, just behind one of the giants, there are two children represented one of whom offers a fish - he represents Christianity - while the other child, who has an unusual hairstyle, represents the sun, and therefore Jesus.
    Other symbols are inside the fountain, some not yet decoded, some easy to read. We find, for example, in the spouts throwing out the water of the fountain, the depiction of Medusa, the symbol and guardian of the secrets of the Labyrinth.
    There are also facts and mysteries related to the sacred places of Turin, as the church of Santa Maria di Piazza, where there is a picture of Our Lady painted, probably by St. Luke, as the painting technique is in the Pompeian style, and if so it would be the only authentic portrait of the Virgin.
    In a nearby building they even say the black veil of Our Lady is kept, a simple black cloth as it was in use at the time. Another mysterious fact linked to the sacred is in the square of the Corpus Domini, the seat of a present church, where the cup of the miracle is still preserved, the most that took place in Turin.
    Tradition tells of a thief who had stolen a monstrance in the church. The cup came out of the sack where it had been hidden and soared into the air until the bishop prayed it to come down.
    At this point we are right in the centre of Turin, its "white heart" of the argument that scholars locate between the Royal square and the Gardens, especially around the fountain of the Tritons; the place is considered as such because we must not forget that precious relics are kept close by, first and foremost in importance the Holy Shroud preserved in the cathedral.
    One esoterist explained that it embodies the 4 elements that make up the universe, earth, fire, air and water; it came out of the earth like a flower linen, was woven by man, has traveled through the water, through the air that is time, while fire is Christ Himself, He is light, knowledge; no fire can ever destroy it, because fire is already within it.
    So many times fire touched it, but the Shroud has always won. Tradition has it that anyone who owns a relic of Christ has them all: Therefore, it is assumed that in the basement of the Basilica of Maria Ausiliatrice, there is a cross made with wood from the one on which Jesus was crucified, and legend has it that at one point in the hill of Turin, the Holy Grail is buried.
    Remaining in the area of Piazza Castello, experts find two other reasons that enhance the magic of Turin: the presence of the Egyptian Museum and the Alchemical Caves underneath Palazzo Madama, where the Savoys were supposed to protect those who manufactured gold, a destination in the past of very famous wizards and alchemists.
    Also in this square the absolute magic point of the city is marked: the gates of the Royal palace in the space between the two equestrian statues of the Dioskouri, Castor and Pollux, which some see as the division between the sacred Turin and the diabolical Turin.
    From Piazza Castello we walk along the Via Po, as far as Piazza Vittorio. After crossing bridge Vittorio Emanuele the First, on the Po river, we reach the church of the Great Mother of God, under which esoteric tradition says that the Holy Grail is buried.
    The two groups of statues in front of the entrance hide a meaning reserved to few people, a secret that many times and in many ways they tried to interpret, and that some connect to the prophecies of Nostradamus.
    In the city of Turin nothing is left to chance: the orientation of its buildings, its churches, its monuments, the plan of its squares, follow precise guidelines, unknown to the eyes of a common observer .
    It is said that architects belonging to Freemasonry have passed down the secrets of the esoteric symbols needed to reach a purifying knowledge. Seemingly normal buildings, as the Egyptian Museum, the Great Mother, and a number of palaces, hide esoteric meanings in their hidden symbolism.
    Places such as the Piazza Statuto, Piazza Solferino, the alchemical caves or the Door of the Devil show a Turin unknown to the eyes of the majority of citizens, a hidden Turin, an occult Turin.
    There is a very ancient esoteric tradition saying that Turin is at the same time the vertex of two triangles, one of white magic along with Prague and Lyon, and the other of black magic with London and San Francisco.
    To conclude this short but intense journey into esoteric Turin we can add that according to some theories, Turin would be crossed by channels of energy lines, perceived by esoterists as lines wrapping around the planet, that science does not know how to explain, but that already in ancient times the Chinese called the Dragon's Back, which has in Turin a geographical location as few similar others in the world.

    click here for the landscape of the ancient location of Torino founded by the Taurini seven centuries before Rome (area Parco Colletta-Lungo Dora Voghera-Ponte Sassi).

    I do not compete with the world. I compete with my ignorance.

    I do not compare myself with the world. I compare myself with my soul’s perfection.

    I do not co-operate with the world stupidity. I co-operate with my heart’s purest sincerity.

    -Sri Chinmoy (1931-2007)

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