- The Palani Hills of Tamil Nadu, South India
- For the last 25 years Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet has lived at 'Skambha', her farm in
southern India where she conducts the operations of the Aeon Centre of Cosmology. Aeon
Centre is a microcosmic laboratory where Patrizia observes and records for publication the
direct collaboration of Material Nature acting to unveil a new principle of order in the
world. In keeping with the ancient Vedic symbology, Cows and Horses have become the first
subjects of her applied cosmology because, for seers throughout the ages, they have
embodied a connection with Time and the Divine Measure of the Year.
- The guiding principle of the Aeon Center is expressed in its motto: 'The Symbol is
the thing Symbolised'. At this level of observation Ms. Norelli-Bachelet's work with these
animal symbols goes far beyond their utilitarian value. It represents a new way of
'seeing' in which animals represent something of universal importance which can be applied
to the way cultures are formed and function and which reveal the deepest principles of
their organization. The animals participating in this process as symbol powers reveal
again and again the presence of a force controlling the entire play of circumstances in
which the explicit collaboration of material nature can be objectively observed.
- As a result of her research at the Aeon Centre, Ms. Norelli-Bachelet has published
some of the most important and original works of Knowledge since the sages of Vedic India.
Her work with these symbol creatures has provided a body of knowledge which has allowed
her to unveil the inner meaning of some of the world's most obscure and profound spiritual
texts. Significantly, she is one of a handful of seers in thousands of years who has been
able to pierce the mystery of these ancient texts and publish their original meaning. Her
ability to accomplish this formidable task derives from the yogic faculty of 'seeing.'
- The Falls at Skambha -
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