Paths in Italy


1. Cosenza - Castello Svevo (Pancrazio hill). It was built around 937 A.D. by the Byzantines to defend against Saracen incursions, then rebuilt in 1132 by Roger the Norman, and finally rebuilt by Frederick II of Swabia around 1240 that gave the project its military architects.


1) Cappella di San Severo, via De Sanctis, 17/21: in this crape it is possible to admire the so-called "anatomical machines". It is a result of  alchemical science performer by  Prince Raimondo de Sangro, who  was alchemist and Mason
2) Museo Anatomico, via Armanni 5: in this museum there are some findings of "petrifications" , created by  alchemist Efisio Marini


1) Museum of  Medicine History,  University La Sapienza, Viale Università 34 / A: In Section IX we can see a reconstruction of an antique alchemical atelier.
2) Santa Maria degli Angeli, Via Cernaia, 9: Inside there is an astronomical sundial


1) Casino Medici di San Marco, Via Cavour, 57: here is the most important  laboratory of alchemy owned by Francesco I de 'Medici.
2) Museo Leonardo, Via dei Servi, 66/68: it is possible to find reproductions of Leonardo da Vinci machines, which were decoded from the famous” da vinci codes”.  



1) Archiginnasio, Piazza Galvani 1: this place is where important academics and characters used to teach such as Carducci, Giacomo Cardano and Umberto Eco


1) Ca 'Vendramin Calergi, Sestiere Cannaregio 2014: in this house lived  Richard Wagner, great musician and mason. The palace carries the motto of the Templar knights  "Non nobis, Domine, non nobis,"


1) DUOMO cathedral: On the altar we find what is said to be a nail of the crucifixion; a few meters from the entrance, on the floor, there is a sundial that is illuminated by the sun. This  allows us to calculate the zodiac sign of the relevant month; to the left of the altar there is a large bronze menorah, a seven-branched Jewish chandelier, better known as Trivulzio candelabrum; the cathedral is full of statues and ornaments where sacred geometry is concentrated.  


1) Cathedral of San Lorenzo : It preserves the Sacred Basin, the plate on which was placed the beheaded head of John the Baptist
2) Palazzo di San Giorgio, Via della Merchandise, 2: painting of Guglielmo Embriaco depicting the return  from the First Crusade. The knight is holding the Sacred Basin and a cup that could be the Holy Grail.


1) House of” Gustavo Rol”, via Silvio Pellico, 31:  The famous phsychic who lived in this house until his death  in 1994