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

Sundeep Sarangi

Sundeep Sarangi
VIIII - Eremita/Hermit

Am architect by profession, Sundeep picked up an interest in Tarot during Dec-2006, and by mid 2007 had amassed a collection of 50 Decks and around 35 books on the interesting subject of tarot. He is mostly self taught in the subject of tarot and finds the archetype and imageries in the tarot cards quite intriguing. Most often it is the imageries in the artwork of the tarot that kicks off his intuition regarding making an interpretation of a tarot reading.

Śrī Rāmacaritamānas is an epic poem composed by the 16th-century Indian poet, Goswami Tulsidas (c. 1532–1623) (also transliterated as Tulasidasa). An English translation of Rāmacaritamānasa is "The Ocean of the Deeds of Rama". It is considered one of the greatest works of Hindi literature.
Ramcharitmansa is composed in seven chapters or kaandas. Ayodhyakanda is the second chapter of Ramacharitamanas and begins with the preparations for Rama's coronation in Ayodhya. Events described in this chapter are the exile of Rama, Dasharatha's death, Rama's encounter with Nishaada and the Kevata (boatman), the return of Bharata to Ayodhya and his anger at his mother's scheming, the meeting of Bharata and Rama in the forest and the installation of Rama's padukas (sandals) on the throne of Ayodhya with Bharata as regent.
This version of card The Hermit shows Rama in his exile that also led him to achieve the great deeds that culminates in his eternal glorification. The Hermit tells us that we need to take the path of wisdom, sometimes bereft of materialistic pleasures, a period where we go through hardships and solitude, but emerge out as a winner who gains self respect in the end.