There is something unnatural to this. Even the Captain said so about evocations while he was away.
What is dead, what is past, what is dream, sometimes what sleeps does not want to be disturbed! Sometimes we awake the unknown, we awake it, we look for it and it looks for us, it chases us, for eternity! There are no Indiana Jones and the ark, in reality!
In great religions, great masters do NOT improvise too much!
Hi, regarding the orthodox churches.
To take a language course in russian might be a good idea to get to know russians, their culture and religion. A russian network might help, if you do not know any Russian priest in the area...some Russian might eventually know priests somewhere.
Also regarding the orthodox church in the us. I was thinking you might have actually the wrong networks. The biggest church in the us is protestant not catholic. You tell history about Germany but we all know that now in West Germany it is more the catholic church (Caritas) while in Eastern Germany it is more the protestant (Diakonie). Even livorno was not purely catholic. There was a protestant/anglican community.
The following morning the Marchesa Francesca Martelli returned to the Martelli home. As soon as she entered she was taken by her sister and taken to her study room, she didn't even have time to take off her coat. After about an hour the two sisters left the room and Francesca, approaching Sister Boero, took the floor and said: "If we have to open that door this is the moment. We have waited too long without knowing why we were waiting". That said, the three women headed for the room where the heavy armored door was located. The two sisters were already provided with the keys and together, in perfect synchrony, they inserted the keys into the locks, the keys turned perfectly and a "click" was also heard. Despite this the door did not open, even after numerous attempts. At this point the two sisters decided to ask for help from a blacksmith, but he too was unable to open. They then decided to break the door by breaking a piece of wall and "freeing" the hinges that held the door attached to the wall, the door fell to the ground and the three women could enter the secret room. Here were kept some artifacts, photos and papers, objects largely recovered by Carlo Martelli during his expeditions to Africa. A sort of parchment that seemed to depict a map was carefully placed in a crystal case. According to the Martelli sisters, this parchment was nothing but a page torn from the Cathar Bible. On the map was engraved the island of Pantelleria and the details of an ancient underground passage that led to the African continent. At that point, Francesca Martelli took the parchment and rolled it up, put it in an ancient metal cylinder and carried it to the nun. It was clear that the Martelli sisters wanted to get rid of that parchment, they were certain that it had brought only misfortunes for the family. With the parchment in hand, Sister Boero took leave of the two sisters and left. Waiting for the nun outside the Martelli house was the Marchesa Fioravanti Annamaria in Montalto, with her driver. The three left for Livorno to take the nun back to the Salesian church and during the journey the nun and the marquise devised a plan to reach the island of Pantelleria together. Unfortunately the nun was afraid of flying and would never have taken a plane, so she handed the parchment to the marquise with the prayer to reach the island as soon as possible to make the first surveys while waiting for the nun to reach her by sea. Before leaving, the nun would have needed the consent of the ecclesiastical authorities, especially the prioress Sister Candida Arata, which would have required a couple of weeks. The Marquess Fioravanti meantime organized to leave on the morning of 20 February 1948 from Peretola airport. The flight would make a stop in Rome and then continue to Palermo, from here the marquise would go to Trapani by car to board the ferry that would take her to the island ... but fate ...