Val di Susa - Piedmont, between Italy and France:
Above video - " Un un coordinamento di tipo militare"; about an episode of the year long wars between the anti-Tav [Hig Speed Railroad line] protesters and the security forces, clashed echoed in all Europe - URL: http://youtu.be/9GuPwnCi-5I
"......The Turin-Lyon is a planned 220 km/h line connecting the two cities and linking Italian and French high speed rail networks. The line is part of the TEN-T Trans-European conventional rail network, and is not classed as "high speed railway" by European Commission.
The new line is planned to partially replace the old conventional one offering decreased travel time and reduced gradients, which will allow heavier freight trains to travel between the two countries.
The core of the project is a 57 km long base tunnel crossing the Alps between Susa valley in Italy and Maurienne valley in France. The tunnel will be the longest rail tunnel in the world.
The project is subject to much criticism, on the Italian and French side, due to great costs, strong decrease of traffic (both by motorway and rail), environmental risks linked to the construction of the tunnel and the supposed worthlessness of the new line. Problems about costs and traffic decrease are also supported by French Court of Audit with some documents published in 2012 (, ). 
".....Waldensians, Waldenses or Vaudois are names for a Christian movement which started in Lyons, France in the late 1170s.......
Some groups of Mennonites, Baptists, Seventh-day Adventists, and other Protestants have claimed that the Waldenses' history extends all the way back to Jesus' Apostles. Some Waldenses also claim for their churches an Apostolic origin, but this is far from universal. The supporters of the ancient origin claimed the Waldenses' name did not in fact come from Peter Waldo but from the area in which they lived. They claim Peter Waldo in fact got his name by association with the Waldenses. This thought was current in the early 19th century:
- "Some Protestants, on this occasion, have fallen into the snare that was set for them...It is absolutely false, that these churches were ever found by Peter Waldo...it is a pure forgery."
- "It is not true, that Waldo gave this name to the inhabitants of the valleys: they were called Waldenses, or Vaudes, before his time, from the valleys in which they dwelt."
- "On the other hand, he "was called Valdus, or Waldo, because he received his religious notions from the inhabitants of the valleys."
Peter Waldo, Valdo, Valdes, or Waldes (c. 1140 – c. 1218), also Pierre Vaudès or de Vaux, is credited as the founder of the Waldensians, a Christian spiritual movement of the Middle Ages, descendants of which still exist in various regions of southern Europe. Due to lack of reliable documentation there is a great degree of debate over Waldo's role in the Waldensian sect, which may have existed before his leadership. The French historian Thuanus dated his death to the year 1179.
At about this time, Waldo began to preach and teach publicly, based on his ideas of simplicity and poverty, notably that "No man can serve two masters, God and mammon" accompanied by strong condemnations of Papal excesses and Catholic dogmas, including purgatory and transubstantiation, while accusing them of being the harlot from the book of Revelation. By 1170 he had gathered a large number of followers who were referred to as the Poor of Lyons, the Poor of Lombardy, or the Poor of God who would spread their teaching abroad while disguised as peddlers. Often referred to as the Waldensians (or Waldenses), they were distinct from the Albigensians or Cathari.
The Waldensian movement was characterized from the beginning by lay preaching, voluntary poverty and strict adherence to the Bible.
Between 1175-1185 Peter Waldo either commissioned a cleric from Lyons to translate the New Testament into the vernacular, the Arpitan (Franco-Provençal) language or was himself involved in this translation work. Regardless of the source of translation, he is credited with providing to Europe the first translation of the Bible in a 'modern tongue' outside of Latin.
In 1179, Waldo and one of his disciples went to Rome where they were welcomed by Pope Alexander III, and the Roman Curia. They had to explain their faith before a panel of three clergymen, including issues which were then debated within the Church, as the universal priesthood, the gospel in the vulgar tongue, and the issue of self-imposed poverty. The results of the meeting were inconclusive, and Waldo's ideas, but not the movement itself, were condemned at the Third Lateran Council in the same year, though the leaders of the movement had not been yet excommunicated.
Driven away from Lyons, Waldo and his followers settled in the high valleys of Piedmont, and in France, in the Luberon. Finally, Waldo was excommunicated by Pope Lucius III during the synod held at Verona in 1184, and the doctrine of the Poor of Lyons was again condemned by the Fourth Lateran Council in 1215 where they are mentioned by name for the first time, and regarded as heresy. The Roman Catholic Church began to persecute the Waldensians, and many were tried and sentenced to death in various European countries during the 12th, 13th, and 14th centuries. The sect persisted by fleeing to the Alps and hiding there. Centuries after his death, the Waldensian denomination joined the Genevan or Reformed branch of the Protestant Reformation.
"..........Valley Dwellers -- VaudoisThe fleeing Christians who escaped from the wrath of the Roman church and state, found a haven in the mountains and valleys of the north of Italy, and the south of France, in main, although they fled into all nations wherein they could find an entrance and protection from the persecutions of the papacy. Though these Christians were known by many names for various reasons in their new homes, yet the predominating name for them seems to have been "Vaudois," which means "Valley Dwellers." From the fact they dwelt in the valleys of the mountains they received the name "Valley Dwellers," or, in the native tongue, "Vaudois."The Vaudois, known as such by the world, but holding to the true Bible name, were persecuted for the true faith. They observed the seventh day of the week, according to the commandment, immersed for believers baptism, and kept the Passover, or the Lord's Supper, once a year, in the first month. -- See pages 348, 349, Persecutions and Atrocities on the Vaudois.Gilly says of these ancient "Valley Dwellers," who had fled from the wrath of the papal church in its early centuries, and were still found abiding under the protection of the Almighty in the Waldensian wilderness in the thirteenth century:"They occupy a mountain district . . . and yet from this secluded spot, have they disseminated doctrines, whose influence is felt over the most refined and civilized part of Europe. They . . . speak the same language, have the same patriarchal habits, and simple virtues, and retain the same religion, which was known to exist there more than a thousand years ago. They profess to constitute the remains of the pure and primitive Christian church, and those who would question their claims cannot show either by history or tradition that they were subscribed to the popish rituals, or bowed down before any of the idols of the Roman church. . . . In short, there is no other way of explaining the political, moral, and religious phenomenon, which the Vaudois have continued to display for so many centuries, than by ascribing it to the manifest interposition of Providence, which has chosen in them the weak things of this world to confound the things that are mighty.'" -- Gilly, Excursions to Piedmont, pp. 259.From the above testimony we gather that the Vaudois had inhabited these same valleys for over one thousand years, and that they made the claim, which could not be disputed, that they were the remains, the remnant, of the true Church of God, who had fled into the wilderness. It should be noted also that no history can show these saints of God to ever have been within the fold of the Catholic Church, but had remained separate, letting their light shine, through the darkest hours of the Dark Ages.
Give Us the Bible?" Chick publications - URL: http://www.chick.com/catalog/books/1252.asp
[Page 40 from the book "Did the Catholic Church
Give Us the Bible?" by David W. Daniels] "....They [the Voudoises] lived in Piedmont valley of the Alps, at the northwest corner of Italy, east of France. In about 120 AD some got saved, and went to Antioch to receive God's word.... [continuing at page 41]... And now God's words were available to the whole Roman Empire. Amazingly, it spread all the way to England before 200 AD....".
Above image - from the video "Il mistero della TAV e le linee sacre dell'Arcangelo San Michele" - URL: http://youtu.be/1cdYhNthdyg
[from the above video] "......surprising is the fact that three important places or Mont Saint Michel in France, the sacred San Michele in Val di Susa and the sanctuary of Monte Gargano in sant Angelo are at the same distance.
The three main shrines dedicated to Michael Mont Saint Michel (between Normandy and Brittany), Sacred S. Michele in the Susa Valley and Monte Sant'Angelo sul Gargano are sacred places, places of strong energy, that the ancients knew and used and that the men of the "awakening" will return to use. And the spirituality that the Jewish-Christian tradition is called Michael, who first was called Mercury, Hermes, Thoth ..., is the guiding spirit of the "awakenings".
All this, plus connect with the science of the Ancients is closely related to what is happening in the Val di Susa, dark forces left for time to seek in every way to "turn off" to revitalize the chakras of sclerosed arteries of vital energy and spirit. Nobody talks about it, but this attack has been ongoing for years. Interventions of all kinds, with tons of metal, cast concrete, galleries, synthetic "dead" and hostile, galleries, deforestation, forests of antennas, bridges, oil drilling, often specifically addressed to weaken and distort the sacred geography......"
Above two images - UIRL: http://www.astronavepegasus.it/joomla/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1160:alta-velocita-in-val-di-susa-tav-sulla-ley-lines-della-sacra-di-san-michele-una-visione-spirituale&catid=53:conoscenze-esoteriche&Itemid=67
'Energies', occultism, and so on, together with a misinterpreted ecological thought, a great deception in order to wash away from the awareness 2,000 years of bloody history of the Roman Catholic haunt against the true Christians and the true Bible?
In this case both the supporters of the TAV Torino-Lyon line as well the opponents of it are completely deceived.
[a last observation: look at the "Sacra di S. Michele" shrine to saint Michel in Val di Susa, allegedly on the "knot" of very "important energetic lines" of the earth, from Israel to Ireland/Britain, "soooo important" for the "world awareness" etc. etc. What does it recall?Above image - still from Wikipedia page on Val di Susa:
"The Sacra di San Michele, sometimes known as Saint Michael's Abbey, is a religious complex on Mount Pirchiriano, situated on the south side of the Val di Susa overlooking the villages of Avigliana and Chiusa di San Michele, northern Italy. The abbey, which for much of its history came under Benedictine rule, is now entrusted to the Rosminians. A special regional law acknowledges it as the "Symbolic monument of the Piedmont region"." - URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacra_di_San_MicheleThe s. Michel shrine recalls to me Alberto Rivera and his revelations about Islam, precisely the monasteries built in North Africa (especially Augustine ones) in order to control and to fight the Bible believers and to seize and destroy the original true Bible. Not mysterious "energies", but the Inquisition of the Roman Catholic church. The true significance of the line from Mount Carmel in Israel till Ireland/England is now absolutely explicit.]