Del Boca, Bernardino
|born on||9 August 1919 at 01:30 (= 01:30 AM )|
|Place||Crodo, Italy, 46n13, 8e19|
|Timezone||MEDT h2e (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||15°20' 12°13 Asc. 14°12'|
Italian Theosophist, anthropologist, artist and essay writer.
As a young student he began a lively correspondence with several Spiritualists of his time such as Jiddu Krishnamurti, Maurice Maeterlinck, George S. Arundale and Fabrizio Ruspoli. This correspondence produced a remarkable amount of letters leading to life-long relationships, which helped him establish new links with the best-known contemporary figures of the International artistic and cultural scenes.
In 1946 he left to Siam, After 1951 he returned from Singapore, where he had spent some years as Honorary Consul of Italy. Then he started studying anthropology and palaeontology at Geneva, and also started teaching again. He was an educator working to transmit the principles of freedom and harmony. After his long stay in the East, he embraced the objective thinking approach, a method learned from the monks of the Mahayana Buddhism school, enabling him to help, within the limits of karma, those who, for their own will or desire, are predisposed to the spiritual awakening.
His work made him a forerunner of the International movement of thought which will be defined as the 'New Age' movement a few decades later and that can be seen as a re-Interpretation of Theosophy. His vast literary production gave birth to the journal 'L'Età dell'Acquario' with the declared aim to become a means through which its authors could break existing mental schemes and help people understand the principles of Theosophy.
From the fifties and many decades later, he was also the official visitor of the Prison of San Vittore and the Hall of Justice in Milan, where he offered his support to prisoners without assistance. His work as a civil service Theosophist was also remarkable; he assisted persons in need who turned to him for support even during his final days. He was a man of good nature, who was against any kind of moralizing and preaching, always ready to bring humanity and a sense of humour even in the most dramatic situations.
His Buddhist studies, which began while in Indonesia at the age of twenty-seven, paved the way to the understanding of the secrets of nature and existence, which continued throughout his entire life. He received most of the secrete powers preserved by the Tibetans monks because he was able to follow the path of his heart.
He died on 9 December 2001.
Taeger quotes Linguaggio Astrale Nr. 99, personal statement in the book "La casa netramonto"
- Vocation : Occult Fields : Other Occult Fields (Theosophist)
- Vocation : Science : Anthropology