About the Magi

The Magi and the Medici (This paper follows the earlier paper on the Chapel of the Magi and runs concurrently with the videos here on these subjects) Lorenzo, Il Magnifico, not only created and loved beauty magnificently, as his name suggests, but he kept the fidelity of beauty in his life as poet, as a … Continue reading About the Magi

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The Chapel of the Magi in Florence

The role of the Chapel of the Magi in the Palazzo Medici Riccardi Florence in the Italian Renaissance. Summary. © Marella Santa Croce from 2005. The recent BBC series called Invisible Italy, created by Alexander Armstrong and Dr Michael Scott visits the beautiful Chapel of the Magi in the Medici Palace in Florence.  The programmes’ … Continue reading The Chapel of the Magi in Florence

The mechanics of Pineal infusion: the Cingulate Gyrus as front-line runner!

The Cingulate Gyrus is a belt or collar, (Latin, ‘cingulus’ belt) in the centre of the brain, between the two hemispheres.  This belt or collar wraps around two thirds of the Cingulate cortex which is part of the Limbic system, or reptile brain.  The Pons and Medulla Oblongata are just below the central area of … Continue reading The mechanics of Pineal infusion: the Cingulate Gyrus as front-line runner!

The real challenge of frequency change to the body’s neurobiology

  The pearl of Evolution At this time cellular biology is feeling the pressure of frequency changes; at the very same time our bodies are evolving as some of the ancient components are no longer required and are being actively replaced by a new, frequency-based biology. It is time for mankind to change from being … Continue reading The real challenge of frequency change to the body’s neurobiology