Cagliostro


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Cagliostro

lecherous peasant posing as count. [Ital. Hist.: Espy, 335]
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El paper sobre la Monja Alferez es el analisis de una figura paradigmaticamente anomal, como lo es tambien Cagliostro de Huidobro.
Today it is easy to see how his discussion on Cagliostro and the count of Saint-Germain which was applicable to II Pendolo di Foucault becomes equally important for Il cimitero di Praga.
Las sectas espirituales de la Edad Media y del Renacimiento, los hombres divinos y homines novi fueron seguidos en el mundo del siglo dieciocho por los ocultistas, visionarios y Schwarmer (v), por los iluministas y teosofos, por Emanuel Swedenborg, Joachim Martinez de Pasqually, Saint-Martin y Cagliostro, o Johann Kaspar Lavater, Heinrich Jung-Stilling y otros.
The second strain, the primitive, manifested itself in the eighteenth century in visionaries like Cagliostro and Swedenborg and secret societies.
A fines de 1869 se presento en Valparaiso, en el teatro de la Victoria, el prestidigitador italiano Julio Bosco, conocido como el Cagliostro del Rio de la Plata.
Precisely because nothing is more modern than this total sickness, this lateness and overexcitedness of the nervous mechanism, Wagner is the modern artist par excellence, the Cagliostro of modernity.
The Order of the Alchemists: The Knights of Malta and Cagliostro is a DVD uncovering the mysterious history of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, as well as the various occult and nefarious forces at work behind them.
Three of the essays are concerned with urban spectacle: Anne Bermingham argues that against the rejection of the cosmopolis as a subject for fine art, Ackermann's shop and his magazine, The Repository of the Arts, provided a feminized and commercialized set of responses to the urban; lain McCalman considers what he calls 'Rogue Romanticism' in the theatrical collaboration of the showman Alessandro di Cagliostro and the artist Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg; and Simon During gives a succinct account of the fortunes of a popular theatre, the Lyceum in central London, and the vicissitudes of its productions in the period.
En todo caso, probablemente la ascension que aqui se figura es la primera travesia de Vicente Lunardi, en rigor el primero de los militares del aire, cientifico, capitan y cortesano que, como un Cagliostro mas, paseo su aerostato por diversas cortes europeas de la epoca.
En esquissant des portraits de revolutionnaires et de reformateurs tels que Cazotte et Cagliostro, Nerval met en scene des marginaux qui, en agissant a contre courant de leur epoque, ont vecu le temps historique d'une maniere << contestataire et fracturee >>.
Cagliostro, Nostradamus, Rasputin), mentalists such as Joseph Dunninger (Stuart Cumberland is missing, however), and even animals (e.
The Castle of Cagliostro (Lupin the III) -- Special Edition'' (Manga; $24.