The Book Club that promotes and organizes the Seneca Library, presented the book entitled: “The Trail of the Dragon. Nature and Symbol in Alchemy, Mythology and Christianity” by its author Saulo Ruíz.
The Trail of the Dragon is a remarkable text about mysteries that have lain hidden for centuries, forgotten in their own obscurity due to the loss of the esoteric meaning behind them. Now a path to their understanding opens up before us, clarifying a very significant era in the history of thought, dispelling the mists of the origin and future of the cosmos, transforming our conception of the world and furthering the sublimation of the individual.
New Acropolis Tirana organized another book club meeting, an opportunity to share and discuss big ideas through different times. The book of the month was The Road Less Traveled by Scott Peck, presenting an enriching perspective of love and traditional values. The power of this book stands on the fact that it shows a road, not an ordinary one, but a road through which every person can perceive and experience spiritual growth.
New Acropolis Tirana took part in a program on Radio Tirana discussing youth in Albania.
The interview focused on the three main areas developed by New Acropolis: Philosophy, Culture, and Volunteering, and highlighted the practical role of Philosophy in our everyday life, the ways Culture promotes humanistic values, and Volunteering as a contribution towards society.
New Acropolis Curitiba (PR-Brazil) with the support of the Brazilian company of airport infrastructure (Infraero) and building systems (Globalplac), inaugurated the exhibition on “Native Trees” in the departure lounge of the Afonso Pena airport, located in the municipality of São José dos Pinhais in the Afonso Pena airport.
Apart from highlighting the very important role of trees, the exhibition promotes philosophical reflection by means of the direct question: what is my role in the world?
For Antonio Pallu, Superintendent of Infraero, the exhibition highlights the importance of environmental awareness for society. “The airport not is only a place of arrivals and departures. It is a place where we can give a positive message to the public, and care for the environment has been an on-going theme in several areas of the Afonso Pena airport,” he said.
The presentation of the book Cagliostro, the Unknown Master by Marc Haven, took place at the central branch of New Acropolis in Lisbon, published by Nova Acropole Publishing House.
The activity was led by José Carlos Fernández, director of New Acropolis in Portugal and Gabriela Palha, translator of the work to Portuguese. Both highlighted aspects of the life and personality of Cagliostro, as well as the role that he played in history.
Within the framework of the 16th Book Fair of Ribeirão Preto (SP-Brazil) a talk-debate was held titled ‘Origins and solutions for human corruption’ with the participation of Luis Antonio Herce, National Director of the Institute of Law MAAT, Priscila Arduini, Coordinator of the New Acropolis branch in Ribeirão Preto and Caio Vinicius Osman, philosopher and entrepreneur.
The activity was moderated by Edson García Soares, physician, writer and poet.
From the origin of the word ‘corruption’ involving the act of breaking unity, of fragmenting, it is observed within the human being when he starts to disconnect from nature, society, family and, finally, from his own principles.
Susana Macías and Arturo López of New Acropolis Barcelona, were interviewed by Xavier López in the program ‘Ilurion’ of Radio Mataró on Socrates and his disciples. Arturo López, embodies the character of Socrates in the play The Death of Socrates, presented on the New Acropolis stage on several occasions.
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