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The brambles and thorns now overwhelm the remains of the "garden of life". The staircase that led to the garden now leads to a multitude of brambles that prevent anyone from entering the garden, but under the thorns, even today, is hidden part of the ancient structure of the garden. If the garden of life is no longer accessible, it is instead the stone garden. Inside the walls of the fence still stands the great oak tree where a child loved to play climbing on the highest branches. This child used to linger in the stone garden even after sunset, unlike all the other boys. But the child's curiosity also prompted him to explore the nearby garden of life made almost impossible by the brambles. The boy was attracted by a kind of tank full of stagnant water covered with brambles and for this he wanted to clean up the area. The Romitone could not even allow the boy to discover the secret of the garden of life of the noble Huygens and that's why the Romitone violated the boy's fertile mind by inducing him to suicide by assumption of sedatives. The boy ingested a large amount of drugs that led him to collapse. Without knowledge, he collapsed at the foot of the great oak. At that point the Romitone took captain Leale Martelli from oblivion where he was fighting an eternal war and led him under the big oak where the boy was agonizing. The Romitone told Leale: captain this boy who is about to die is a member of your family, is a Martelli, is the son of your friend woodcutter, when this boy will cease to live you will be free and you can continue your true mission.
on the other hand, if you want to save it you can do it, but you will remain at my service until I want it. So decide the fate of this boy.
Without hesitating, the captain told the romitone that he would do anything to save the lumberjack's son. The smug romitone replied: the son of the woodcutter will live, take the boy and take him to the village so that he can receive help, but remember that from now on your destiny is bound to his, you will have to watch and take care of him until you will not be able to turn this frail boy into a real man, a warrior worthy of the name he brings, you will have to let him know every kind of suffering and every sort of sacrifice, he will have to renounce all earthly good, love and friendship. He must find his identity in solitude and pain so that his soul is strengthened and does not know any form of weakness. At the end of his physical and spiritual formation he will be called to carry out an important mission, the same mission that I entrusted to you when I ordered you to save the last Tigran. Well the son of the lumberjack will have to bring back the last of the Tigrans in what was once Constantinople before the events lead to the release of the first bomb on Turkey and the great explosions of fire burn all the oxygen from Anatolia to Thrace, as this will be the beginning of the end of a war that has never really ended.
So it was that since 1974 the spirit of the captain drove the body and mind of the son of the woodcutter, but the captain understood that he could defeat the romitone using just the son of the woodcutter ... but this is another story that I hope to write ...
 

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Indeed, dear Mjolnir. I don't know what to say, thank you LD for your effort, it must not be easy to tell about the garden of life considering that you might be under the clutches of the Romitone Madness, yourself. We seem to like the rollercoasters that life offer us. AMOR got into oblivion and the world remained old forgetting how it used to be being young. Who knows when Romitone forgot images/memories of his/her youth. Let's drink wine together one day.
 
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LD your storytelling is marvelous but not convincing, someone thinks that magic, like the one that materializes transform animals, people and stuff, that you mentioned in a few instances (in the case of the Armenian Monk), does not exist at all and that you are making it up. Everyone can put a cat in a cemetery and former soldiers can make people disappear without real magic.

I am not talking about myself. You have to find who it is.. :p
 
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Captain Leale Martelli had to instruct the lumberjack son on behalf of the Romitone. He had to be ready for the day he would be sent to Constantinople. But the captain had seen an ally in the lumberjack's son to be able to deceive the romitone. For this reason, Leale took over the boy so that he would become a parachutist in all respects bringing him back in time until 1942 in the middle of the El Alamein battle. The paratrooper Martelli is still on the list of El Alamein veterans. Then the 5th b.t.g. El Alamein and his war flag settled in Siena, a city where the son of the woodcutter had to live another experience as a paratrooper in the contemporary world, as a simple conscript until reaching the rank of corporal. The Leale choice to send the woodcutter son to Siena is not accidental, is part of a well-developed plan to make the "corporal" immune to the influence of the Romitone. To be able to explain all this, it is necessary to take a long step back in time until May 1222 at the hermitage of San Jacopo in Acquaviva. The sunset had just arrived when the Preacher, worried about the situation that was changing on the custody of the relics, decided to reach Roberto da Volterra in his dorm-room. Opening the door of the room without a lock, the Preacher surprised Roberto da Volterra in intimate attitudes with Leontino. This unfortunate event forced the Preacher to remove the young Leontine and advise Roberto a few months of meditation and enclosure within the monastery of the "Conventaccio", once located on Mount Maximus, today called "La Poggia".
Leontino the young man was sent away badly by the Preacher, with the intimacy of never returning to those places again. Leontino had to obey the order, but he meditated revenge, so before leaving he stole a relic jealously guarded by the Preacher. It was a helmet belonging to the famous knight with two helmets. The same helmet that for a certain period had housed inside the Sacred Cup. The two elements had merged together and no one had ever succeeded in detaching them, until they were bathed by the water from the Acquqviva di San Jacopo spring. The helmet, in contact with the Sacred Cup, had acquired enormous powers that it transmitted to anyone who wore it. Leontino wanted to use the helmet to regain the love of Roberto da Volterra. Leontino, once the helmet was stolen, moved to his hometown to decide what to do.

Now a bit of history:
Leontino the young man was originally from the city of Siena belonging to the family of the Ugurgieri. The real name of baptism was Leone, "Leone degli Ugurgeri", but due to its feminine features and its gentle manner, it was "renamed" Leontino the young. Some even claimed that Leontino was an androgynous or even a real woman who wanted to hide his true nature in order to enlist in the templars of the command of Volterra, where he met Roberto. Roberto also had a surname: Martello, Roberto Martello ...
 

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A pretty interesting read. While I don't believe any of it, I do like stories revolving around the Templars. (y)
 

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Negan you are welcome.

It takes a short time to believe but only long years of rigid training under one rigid teacher (bcs the other are just dumb idiots) can do the job and set you free. Free means becoming sectarian (or you have no teacher at all like these ppl
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History is something that should be proven by facts but our world is full of storytelling. Everyday our eyes shed light on our surroundings, we see objects and people, facts. Then we go to bed and there starts the storytelling.
Sometime during the day we switch from remembering/imagine to feeling our body or seeing our surroundings, facts. Do we always pay attention at what we are doing?
I think not: