Il Museo

Il Museo è collocato in un suggestivo palazzo storico del 1600, completamente restaurato, posto tra Bologna e Pistoia, immerso nel verde. Questa struttura, oltre ad una ricca collezione permanente, offre una serie di eventi culturali e mostre che saranno organizzate all’interno del Museo, ma anche in altre sedi.
Ogni visita sarà una vera sorpresa, anche perché è personalizzata. Infatti Morena ed Ernesto Vi accompagneranno all’interno di questa foresta di simboli, tutta da scoprire… e per questo motivo ricordate che occorre la prenotazione.

The Museum is set in an enchanting historical building of 1600, completely restored, situated between Bologna and Pistoia, among the woods.
This building, apart from being a rich permanent collection, offers a series of cultural events and exhibitions which will be organized not only inside the Museum, but also in the other centres.
Each visit will be a real surprise, also because it is personalized. In fact, Morena and Ernesto will accompany you inside this forest of symbols, all to discover….and for this reason please remember that reservation is needed.
Looking forward to seeing you!!!!!

lunedì 13 luglio 2015

Prof Rafique Pirani e Swati Prakash

Prof Rafique Pirani e Swati Prakash
X - Ruota di Fortuna/Wheel of Fortune

Rafique Pirani is a mathematics professor as well as a leading astrologer who also is well versed with Reiki, Feng Shui, Crystal Therapy, Tarot, Angel healing, Flower Therapy, Runes, Mantras, Yantras, Vedic Mathematics, Graphology, Logic and Philosophy He has conducted several workshops and delivered several lectures. He believes joy is a great quality of the soul and doing that which gives us joy helps us fulfill our soul purpose. Visit

Swati is an entrepreneur and Tarot reader who works with Tarot as a transformational and healing tool. She has conducted numerous workshops and seminars on Tarot and its applications. She has been into the mystical and magickal arts since childhood and has in the last seven years attempted to create more awareness about Tarot as a spiritual tool. She lives and practices in Mumbai and is the founder of Tarot India Network. She hopes to bring out more and more transformation with the use of Tarot as a helping art.  Visit



Mahabharata is said to be one of the greatest epics of human history. The central point of this story is the game of Chaupar. This game is a board game based on the throw of dice.

In Mahabharata the cunning uncle Shakuni of the Kauravas incites the Pandavas to play a game of Chaupar in which Shakuni chooses to use dice that are made of the bones of his ancestors and thus always favour him. In this way he succeeds in making Pandavas lose their kingdoms, themselves and their wife Draupadi (who was wed to all five Pandavas).

The Kauravas attempt to insult Draupadi, (to avange in return of an earlier incident in which she had ridiculed the Kaurava Duryodhana) by dragging her by her hair and by stripping her in the court but Draupadi invokes Lord Krishna who appears with his Sudarshana Chakra (a radiant wheel) from which emerges an endless stream of fabric that extends as Draupadi's garment thus preventing her from losing her modesty. The Pandava Bhima angered at the behavior of the Kauravas vows, "May I never reach Heaven or meet my ancestors hereafter if, for these deeds of sin, I do not break the knee of Duryodhana  in battle, and drink the blood of Duhsasana (one of the Kauravas)!" This is the incident that formed the background to the great war.

In the card the board of Chaupar is shown painted in red and white to symbolize the two opposites. Around it is draped the fabric of Draupadi's robe which emerges from the wheel of Krishna to be made infinite in length, symbolizing the infinite potential of creation that exists if we open ourselves to the Divine. On the four corners of the Chaupar are the four symbols of the battle of Mahabharata, Swords (air), Shells (water), Clubs (wands) and Shields (earth), symbolisign the different aspects of worldly existence that present challenges to us and help us in our learning process.

As the Wheel of Fortune, Chaupar teaches us that fortunes can change suddenly through folly or guile, but through our determination and will power we can reverse ill fortunes and restore our victory.