Michele Proclamato

Author: Michele Proclamato

Michele Proclamato is an author, independent researcher and expert of symbolism. He lives in Aquila, Italy.

He wrote for many Italian magazines and online magazines, which include Hera, Vivere lo Yoga, Il Portale dei Misteri, Esonet, among others, and he’s now a regular contributor of Life Arts Media.

He published 7 books with the Melchisedek publishing house of Milan, among which, ‘L’Ottava – La Scienza degli Dei’ (The Octave – The Science of Gods), ‘L’Uomo di Dio’ (The Man of God – about Giordano Bruno), ‘Oriente – Codifica della Matrice delle Anatomie Sottili Orientali’ (Orient – Decoding The Matrix of Eastern Subtle Anatomies).

He’s now currently working on a new book about Descartes, ‘Cartesio – Ovvero Quando Dio Smise di Essere un Triangolo e Divenne Scienza’ (Descartes – When God Stopped to Be a Triangle to Become Science).

He takes part to numerous conferences and gives seminars and courses in Italy. He facilitates tours to particular sites in Aquila, Castel del Monte, Assisi, Milan to explore the knowledge exposed in his books and in the work of great geniuses like for instance Leonardo da Vinci. As an expert of symbols, he has been researching extensively the symbolism of the crop circles and of the Gothic cathedrals and for this particular reasons he will facilitate tours in England too.

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Decoding Newton’s Codex

• January 18, 2014 • Comments (1)
Decoding Newton’s Codex

How Newton’s interest in esoteric knowledge and the development of his scientific models could have merged to form a scientific work like that of the Principia?

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Everyone’s Temple

• October 7, 2013 • Comments (1)
Everyone’s Temple

Can the belief that man is made in the image of God mean that our body can be defined as a Temple? A temple dictated by the laws of nature itself?

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