Saturday, March 16, 2013



   The new cesar of the Roman World Empire comes from Piedmont.

".....That does not mean he does not enjoy an occasional luxury, at least in relative terms. As a cardinal, he admitted enjoying an occasional "Bagna Cauda" prepared by nuns. "Bagna Cauda" — a name in the Piedmont dialect spoken by his parents whose families hailed from the region that includes the northern Italian city of Turin — is a classical farmer's dish that requires dipping roasted carrots, celery, artichokes, cauliflower and onions into a piping hot broth made from garlic, olive oil and butter, then serving the dish in a terra cotta bowl with a candle underneath...."


 Tuesday, December 04, 2012

New Age mystifications at the service of Roman Catholicism?

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