HE KNOW ITS SYNESTHESIA: His senses stared memories in the mind, with the odors by strapping the images associated with the olfactory stimulus

……………….. Jacques Delors didn’t know why physiological or genetic he was accustomed to associate the sensory spheres with the colors of his emotions. He know that this curious phenomenon called synesthesia was typical of the intellectual capacity of some individuals – equal to about 3% of human beings, particularly in artists, musicians and poets – with memory and cognitive skills ...

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THE FIRST RENAISSANCE ITINERARY: 106 km in just over three hours, starting from Fano

Dante Evangelisti, was born in Italy in 1949. Graduated in Communication Psyco-sociology, for many years he worked for a multinationale insurance company, he started to write – but never publishing – works of fiction in an historic setting, placing stories of life and emotion of characters in search of a reader. With a passion for photography, history and geography, during ...

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THE LAST ROW, EDITORIAL NOTES: Bianca Maidanchini and Giacomo Malatesta, Sigismondo Malatesta from Verucchio and Pandolfo III Malatesta, waiting for you

The author, Dante Evangelisti, was born in Italy in 1949. Graduated in Communication Psyco-sociology, for many years he worked for a multinationale insurance company, he started to write – but never publishing – works of fiction in an historic setting, placing stories of life and emotion of characters in search of a reader. With a passion for photography, history and ...

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IN THE WIND: Waiting for new looks

LOVING PENDANTS – By Dastilige Nevante “The memories clinking shreds of memory my courtyard crowded. Not broken wings in the dark and even the noise of the doubt. They play all the melodies, where I sing and swimming.” GROW – By Dastilige Nevante “I grew in my days picking them up neatly in ponytail. Now that are so many I ...

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UNITED COLOURS OF “SOMETIMES” – Sometimes, it is the journey that teaches you a lot about your destination

INVISIBLE TO THE EYE – H. Jackson Brown, Jr: Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye. DARKEST OF DARKNESS – Phoebe Snow: Sometimes when you’re overwhelmed by a situation – when you’re in the darkest of darkness – that’s when your priorities are reordered. HIDDEN WITHIN – Anurag Prakash Ray: Sometimes we hurt ourselves more than anyone ...

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LONG LIVE TO THE EMPEROR: Come Slavkov u Brna, as December 2, 1805. The fog will disappear and will appear in the sky the sun of Austerlitz

The atmosphere is not warlike but peaceful. People of all backgrounds, hoping that every year, as December 2, 1805, will dispel the fog, and appear in the sky the sun of Austerlitz. The castle still dominates over those places, and on all his Sundays, even in the one where – after the commemoration – some stalls showcasing military items, while ...

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BIG MAYOR KAY, BAHAMAS: A “good retreat”, including stories of pirates and white beaches, including pink flamingos and pink pigs

Johnny. His real name is another, but he wants his editorial contribution remains anonymous because 700 islands – a few steps from Florida – are they not sufficient to hide who he is. Meeting Benches respects the choice of this new friend, and thanked him, because only those who live in that small paradise of the Atlantic Ocean is able ...

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IN THE WINTER: Astonishment, swamming in the depths

IN THE DEEP  – By Dastilige Nevante “I swam in the depths of her amber eyes, singing the full strength of my most intimate life.” IN THE WIND – By Dastilige Nevante “Such as floating shuttle waiting for new looks. Moved by sails of emotion waiting for the wind.”   ASTONISHMENT – By Dastilige Nevante “Trying with eyes, it happens ...

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GOOD EYES AND LONG MEMORY: One man and his paper inked notebook

……………. Not necessary to follow him, because he was chasing you. He had good eyes and a long memory, capable of doing the globe – and his human termite mound – a place without Time where he was the absolute ruler.  His name was Destiny and Didier Kellerman did his calculations without taking into account the irresistible force, that for many ...

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THE MAGIC OF THE PAST FASCINATING: The emotions of the Italian Renaissance, lived together the events of the protagonists of a gripping novel of love and adventure

EMOTIONS OF THE RENAISSANCE, a journey in Central Italy. Meeting Benches public this e-book (in English and Italian versions) to allow you to know – in thirteen thematic itineraries – where, how and when to let melt in the magic of a fascinating time, one of Leonardo da Vinci and of Raffaello Sanzio, Federico II from Urbino and Sigismondo Pandolfo ...

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SHE HAD NOTFORGOTTEN: the people of the desert, those shepherds who perpetuated the lifestyle of their ancestors, wrapped in a red blanket and traditional hair tinged with ocher

……………………… Via Nairobi, Giorgio returned to Italy to recover the children entrusted to him by the judgment of marital separation. She had not forgotten the people of the desert, those shepherds who perpetuated the lifestyle of their ancestors, wrapped in a red blanket and traditional hair tinged with ocher. In those places, many older people were still wearing animal skins, ...

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DISSOLVE THEMSELVES IN THE MAGIC OF THE PAST FASCINATING: The emotions of the Italian Renaissance, lived together the events of the protagonists of a gripping novel of love and adventure

EMOTIONS OF THE RENAISSANCE, a journey in Central Italy. Meeting Benches public this e-book (in English and Italian versions) to allow you to know – in thirteen thematic itineraries – where, how and when to let melt in the magic of a fascinating time, one of Leonardo da Vinci and of Raffaello Sanzio, Federico II from Urbino and Sigismondo Pandolfo ...

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