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Tribute to the memory and work of the great Chilean astronomer CARLOS MUÑOZ FERRADA

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Tribute to the memory and work of the great 
Chilean astronomer CARLOS MUÑOZ FERRADA

Chile recognized Muñoz Ferrada for his mathematical accuracy in regards to the earthquake that devastated the south of the southernmost country in 1939. The accuracy was to such an extent that Ferrada even set the date for the earthquake, which was published in the Journal of Conception; he was only wrong by a difference of two hours. The disaster claimed the lives of 60 thousand people.

 

Raphael Sanzio, serene and quiet spirit, part 1

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Raffaello Sanzio - Autoportret

Urbino, ‘the green heart of Italy’ is the birthplace of the artist, and his parents were Giovanni Santi and Magia di Battista Ciarla. The faith decided that he would remain orphan as a child, but he will find material and financial support in his uncle who will support him on his road towards glory...

 

Raphael Sanzio, serene and quiet spirit, part 2

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Raffaello Sanzio - Maddonna del Belvedere

The intelligent painter Raphael transmits us the most priceless ingredient – the faith in Divinity. Raphael painting all these compositions having as theme the fight with what the evil personifies, and through these true defeaters of the obscure, we understand that victory exists.

 

THE GREAT ALCHEMISTS

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Great Alchemists - Count Saint Germain

“Although Alchemy speaks through allegories, it cannot be understood by the symbolists, because Alchemy is not a cryptography to decipher, but a gift from God, as its adepts state”.

 

Imhotep, Master of Sciences

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Imhotep - Master of Sciences

The Egyptologists say that Imhotep was born at Memphis (ancient Egyptian city) but, thanks to his wisdom he did so much for the Egyptian medicine that he was in time, adored as the god of knowledge and worshiped as the founder of sciences and arts. It is said that Imhotep and Hertataf (the son of pharaoh Keops) were the wisest men in ancient Egypt.

 

Pythagoras, the Magician of the Numbers

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Pythagoras, Magician of the Numbers

Pythagoras is born in the year 580 A.C., in Greece, in the Island of Samos. Since very young he was attracted to the Olympic Religion, specially to the cult of Apollo. However, neither Homer with his sagas, nor the rituals of his religion, could calm his thirst for knowledge.

 

Alexandra DAVID-NEEL (1868-1969)

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Alexandra David Neel

“Was the first woman who managed to get inside the Tibetans’ forbidden city, Lhasa. She had one of the most adventurous and spiritual existences from the last century, she traveled several times to Tibet and approached through study and direct practice of the teachings of the Tibetan initiates.”

 

Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961)

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Carl Gustav Jung

Between 1912 and 1919, after the separation from Freud, Jung was the subject – rather passive than active, it seems – of an almost uncontrollable image eruption coming from what he called the Collective Unconscious. These were – in his personal secretary’s opinion, Aniela Jaffe: ‘the raw material that made possible the intellectual creation to which he dedicated the rest of his life’.