Arturo Reghini

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Arturo Reghini AKA Pietro Negri


Italy 1878 - 1946

Comments: Fascist; Freemason; Anthroposophy; Gnostic; sex magick; Pagan;

Teachers: Pythagoras; Rudolf Steiner; Baroness Emmeline DeRenzis; John Colan; Julius Evola; Amedeo Armentano; Pio Filippani Roconi; Cornelius Agrippa; Rene Guenon, whose Le roi du monde aka The King of the World, he translated,1927;


Students: Giovanni Colazza; Giovanni Cesarò; R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz; Emilo Servadio; Giulio Parise, aka "Luce" aka "Light"; Sibilla Aleramo; Giovanni Preziosi;

Friends /Enemies / Partners: Benito Mussolini ; The Group of Castor; Group of Dioscuri ; Aniceto Del Massa; Iniziatici Studii; - Moretto Mori di Arezzo ; Amerigo Bianchini; Duke Giovanni Colonna di Cesaro;


Organizations: Association of Pythagoras; Group of UR; Anthroposophical Society; School of Fascist Mysticism; Futurist movement; Rite of Memphis and Misraim; Freemasonry; the Kremmerzian chain of Myriam;

Author: The sacred words and pitch of the first three Masonic degrees and the ultimate mystery, 1922; For return of Pythagorean geometry (1931); sacred geometry Pythagorean; The fasces, which is the symbolism of the beam duodecimal and Etruscan (1935 ); Numbers of the Pythagoreans (7 books) (1940) ; Editor: Ignis 1925; Atanor , 1929; Considerazioni sul rituale dell'apprendista libero muratore aka Considerations Concerning the Ritual of the Apprentice Freemason, 1949; Revised text of the Italian translation of De Occulta Philosophia by Cornelius Agrippa, 1926;


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