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Damanhur: Temples of Humankind
Nearly three decades ago, Italian spiritual leader Oberto Airaudi had a vision of sacred temples built inside a mountain near Turin. As artists, artisans, and builders excavated the equivalent of a five-story subterranean building, it remained a secret from even its closest neighbors. Twenty years after the project began, the Italian government received word of the burgeon ...more
Hardcover, 136 pages
Published November 1st 2006 by North Atlantic Books
(first published June 20th 2006)
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Sep 05, 2008 Hope rated it it was amazing
This is an mind boggling book of color photographs of a breathtakingly intricate, elaborate and beautiful subterranean ecumenical spiritual community in Italy. I heard a chance reference to it in a conversation and decided to pursue... It is now on my lists of places I must see before I die. Unbelievable. A hidden underground Findhorn of architectural geniuses (among other things...)