The Secrets of Space and Time

Massimo Scaligero (Author) Eric L. Bisbocci (Translator)

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Lindisfarne Books
Publish Date
January 07, 2013
5.0 X 8.0 X 0.24 inches | 0.0 pounds
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About the Author

MASSIMO SCALIGERO (1906 -1980) was born Antonio Sgabelloni in Veroli (Frosinone), Italy. He was a spiritual master who drank deeply from both Western and Eastern traditions. By direct experience, he was equally at home with Western philosophy and psychology, Western esotericism (Rosicrucianism, Templarism, and Anthroposophy), and Eastern meditative practices (Zen and Tibetan Buddhism). He wrote numerous books, including (translated into English) The Light (La Luce): An Introduction to Creative Imagination (2001); The Secrets of Space and Time (2013); A Treatise on Living Thinking: A Path beyond Western Philosophy, beyond Yoga, beyond Zen (2014); A Practical Manual of Meditation (2015); and The Logic against Humanity: The Myth of Science and the Path of Thinking (2017); as well as several works.

Eric Bisbocci has traveled to more than eighty countries in his life, experiencing their cultures and spiritual manifestations. As well as having studied Anthroposophy for more than thirty-five years, he received an advanced degree in Romance Languages with a focus on Italian literature. He has translated several books by the Italian anthroposophist, Massimo Scaligero. His first book is on the esoteric nature of Dante's Divine Comedy and its relationship to Anthroposophy and reflects his lifelong passion for Dantean thought.