Monday, April 23, 2012

Spider's Web of Rome 1°: a "thaumaturgic triangle"


Work in progress - to be completed by some other pics.
Last upgrade: 23rd April 2012, added image of saint Sylvester and old "Jesuit church".

".....We don't teach to not respect and worship the virgin Mary and the saints…Or to make out of them images of idols and gods, to pray them for clemency and mercy for the sins in every disgrace, to build them churches, donation offer, all that God, angels and saints severely forbid...........".

[brother Primoz Trubar (father of the modern Slovenia and founder of the Slovenian Protestant Church, 1508 - 1586)][]

 ...........therefore Rome built her occult thaumaturge triangles.

 Above image - The triangle built by Anglican church, Casa/House Pancera and the saint Sylvester  church [point 1), 2) and 3)] is practically a perfect isosceles triangle, whose base is perfectly squared to the guidelines from Ospedale Maggiore/Major Hospital. You can recognize in the background, drawn in blue,  the Big Triangle (Golden Madonna, san Giusto cathedral and Evangelical church), the Virgo Triangle and the Sacred Boundary/inner boundary of Pomerium. Due to lack of time, stress cause psychological pressure on me (New Gladio psychological terrorist targeting), the consumption of my eyes, etc., this map has been drawn on a slightly irregular photocopy. The first image was obtained by a more regular photocopy. Anyway, some fractions of degrees of error at the beginning of the sides are expected, as this is a real world and not a geometrical/mathematical abstraction. Therefore the Euclidean lines which don't have thickness, in our secular world are represented by bands with a certain width, which in their turn represent the area where with the most of probability that ideal mathematical line should lie. Ah, yes, the pictures is almost dark, if in the future when I'll have the opportunity, I'll take another image with better conditions of light. But for is sufficient the above one, I cannot wait further, this Satanic stuff must be exposed. [Disconsolate I was watching the dark pictures, when suddenly the grey blanket cleared away and allowed the light of the sun to enter in a dark day. I quickly took the camera and did some snapshots of the map which now is bright. A sign of the Almighty].

Legend of the map

1) Church of San Silvestro and the parish church of Santa Maria Maggiore

 Above image - San Silvestro and old "Jesuit" church

Church of San Silvestro of the Community Evangelical and Reformed Helvetic Waldensians . It is located in Piazza/square San Silvestro. In the Romanesque style, is one of the oldest churches in Trieste, probably in 1100. It was purchased by the evangelical community in 1786. (Wikipedia:

The parish church of Santa Maria Maggiore, popularly known as the Jesuit church to remember its origin, unique example of baroque style between local churches, both for the richness of art for the city's history is one of the most important sacred buildings of Trieste. ....(....)...Santa Maria Maggiore is linked to the first presence of the Society of Jesus in Trieste. The Jesuits arrived in the city in 1619 and entered in the life of the local church in a religiously very delicate moment for the influence of the Protestant Reformation in these lands. Worked mainly in the cultural education of youth by teaching school in their college opened in 1620. They remained in Trieste until the suppression of the Society in 1773 (They returned to the diocese in 1910). To provide for the care of souls began construction of the church of Santa Maria Maggiore in the center of the historic city. The first stone was laid by Bishop Rinaldo Scarlicchio on 10.10.1627. The consecration took place much later on 11 .10.1682 at the church not yet finished. The church building is dedicated to the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. On 21 November 2011, the Feast of Our Lady of Health, the Archbishop Giampaolo Crepaldi proclaimed Santa Maria Maggiore "Diocesan Shrine." (…......) ...When, in 1773, the Jesuits left Trieste, care and pastoral ministry of the church were made ​​by the secular clergy. In 1774 the parish of St. Righteous Martyr, only parish in the whole city of Trieste, was canonically extinct. In its place were erected the parish of St. Maria Maggiore and the parish of St. Anthony the Wonderworker./ the “taumaturgic”. The first for the cure of souls in the old city and the second for the new part. In 1922 the Bishop Angelo Bartolomasi, driven by a shortage of diocesan priests in the diocese invited the Franciscans of the Venetian Province of St. Anthony and gave them the parish of Santa Maria Maggiore. The Franciscans retained the care of souls for eighty years. On 17 September 2001, the church and the parish returned to the care of souls of the diocesan clergy. In the years 2004 to 2011 he held the parish priest Don Giovanni (Nino) Angeli.
On the occasion of the Feast of Our Lady of Health of 21 November 2011 the church was officially proclaimed "Diocesan Shrine" by Archbishop Mgr. Giampaolo Crepaldi. Currently, Santa Maria Maggiore is entrusted to the Franciscans of the Immaculate Conception Parish Priest and Rector, whose father was Alessandro Maria Calloni.

2) Rotonda/round Pancera.

[Cause an error (?) by the compiler of the map the Masonic "Casa Pancera" has been exchanged with the "Arco di Riccardo", therefore the point 2) is NOT Arco di Riccardo but Casa Pancera and reversal; I noticed other important 'errors'  in this map]
Historical description: The Round Pancera was built around 1804-1806 for the dealer and adviser magistratuale Pancera Domenico, originally from Friuli. The neoclassical building is attributed to the architect Matteo Pertsch (Wolfgang Bensch 1976), although it lacks the original design. Are documented interventions of G. B. de Puppi regarding the extension by way of the Rotunda in 1831, Antonio Buttazzoni for expansion by way Venezian in 1832-33 and GB Drains, which altered the facade on the ground floor in 1891.
In the mid-nineteenth century the family lived in Round the family of Felice Machlig, who belonged to a Masonic Lodge, which is why the suspicion arose that the basement of the Rotunda harboring Masonic meetings.
In the eighties, the Superintendent did perform the restoration of the frescoes inside the building.
[This is considered the traditional Masonic house of the city of Trieste]

3) Church of Christ (Christchurch) - Anglican Community.

 It is located in Via San Michele. In the neoclassical style, was built in 1829 by the large community of British merchants then residing. Purchased by the city of Trieste in 1985 and completely restored, hosts a monthly community functions. (Wikipedia:

4) Ospedale Maggiore/Major Hospital.

The construction of the Hospital began more, in fact, in 1833, the Maria Teresa was already dead fifty-three years (1780).
The Hospital is located higher in the former estate Hofmann, who was located in the suburban district of Chiadino, in a declivity, and was chosen for its location offset from the city, as well as for the green and his ten natural wells. The design of the work bears the signature of the engineer. Juris Antonio, who had earned the Hygiene of the consulting doctors Jennicher Antonio, Peter de Garzarolli Frussich and Demetrius, and manufacturer's factory was Dominique Corti, who completed it in 1841, only eight years.
The construction of the Ospedale Maggiore began, then, when he was Emperor of Austria Francis 1 st of Habsburg (1768-1835), who ruled the empire, which was also part of Trieste from 1792 to 1835.
So began the construction of the Ospedale Maggiore in 1833, during the reign of Francis 1, and ended in 1841, under Ferdinand to 1 °.


Above image - the red arrow in the map inside the Major Hospital is located in the inner park and is pointing to the statue of Madonna of Lourdes lying just where the letter "e" of the word "ospedale" touch the superior line of the group of three coming from the Canal Grande/Great Channel, passing through the Ponte Rosso/Red Bridge near the statue of James Joyce. The guideline of the Madonna of Lourdes runs about in the middle of the church of St. Anthony the Wonderworker./ the “taumaturgic” ("sant' Antonio Nuovo").

5) The synagogue in Trieste.

Opened in 1912, situated between Via San Francesco, Via Donizetti and Zanetti via Trieste is considered among the major Jewish religious buildings in Europe, second in size only to the Temple of Budapest, evidence of economic and Jewish Communities within the Austro-Hungarian (Habsburg). With the annexation of 1918 (the end of World War II) of Trieste to Italy, becomes, along with the synagogues of Genoa and Livorno, one of three large synagogues of the twentieth century on the Italian soil, the only one that was built in the previous decade the First World War. (Wikipedia:

6) The church of St. Anthony the Wonderworker (commonly called the New Church of St. Anthony). 

She is the main religious building of Theresian district and of the center of Trieste [1].

The design of the church dates back to 1808, but work began only in 1825. The façade is characterized by six Ionic columns. Also on the main facade, in the attic, there are six statues by Francesco Bosa in 1842, depicting St. Just, St. Sergius, San Servolo, St. Maurus, St. Euphemia and St. Thecla. [2]

The church is located on the square, near the Canal Grande/Great Channel (Wikipedia:

[To be completed]

(As I have no time, no resources, no money, no support at disposition, it is clear that what I wrote is affected by many errors and uncorrectness. I am not a prostitute lay journalist of this dirty Vatican 'tollerant' regime called 'democracy'. I have not the 51% of the Bank of America supporting my writings. I don't control the Casinò of Ostenda and neither Citroen and Peugeot as the General Superior did at least in 1958. So corrections and additions could appear in the future)

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