According to tradition, San Marino was founded by a Christian stonemason, Marinus the Dalmatian or Saint Marinus. This occurred between the years 275 and 366 AD.
The ecstasy of Saint Cecilia
The painting shows us Saint Cecilia, dressed in a beautiful golden robe, raising her eyes to the sky and holding an organ in her hands. The organ was a highly revered musical instrument during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance because the music that this instrument emits is very spiritual.
The monstrance of the gothic cathedral of St. Moritz
Monstrance is the liturgical instrument that Catholic Christianity uses in its processions to show the power of the Holy Spirit. These types of instruments are very old and really belong to Gnosticism and not to Catholicism.
The appearance of the Sacred Fire
The image shown in this engraving appeared on the first pages of a book entitled The First Part of the Curious School of Art and Work, published in 1696, Des curieusen Kunstund Weerck-Schul ester ─und anderer─. The artist of this engraving was Johann Kunckel, who lived between 1630 and 1703.
The sacred forces of God Mother
I am pleased, esteemed readers, to send you this sculpture made by an American artist named James Nathan Muir. We have named it as “The sacred forces of God Mother”
Mystical nights or the key to the mysteries
I hasten to send you this engraving entitled Mystical nights or the key to the mysteries. This beautiful illustration shows us the search for our Philosopher’s Stone with many of its details.
The secret candelabrum
First of all, it is necessary that you know that this engraving is part of the same book that was called Perspective on magic, written by Karl Von Eckartshausen, who lived between 1752 and 1803.
To begin with, we have to say that obelisks were first shown as part of Egyptian architecture. They, the Egyptians, direct descendants of the Atlanteans, arrived in the lands of Cairona and there they began to lay the foundations of what would later be a great empire of both light and great architectural imagery.
Enigmas of symbology
I am pleased to send you, on this occasion, another engraving by Karl Von Eckartshausen, which was published in 1790, two years after the first edition. Enigmas of symbology
Perspectives on magic
According to historians, it is a work of theosophical character that contains various themes of natural philosophy and esotericism, taking elements from Kabbalah and Hermeticism.