The cultural recreational association “Le oranges of Archimedes” was founded in February 2021, with the aim of spreading the culture through events and blog articles on the web.
The association does not carry out a commercial activity in any way, but tries to sell some products exclusively to finance its business.
Emilio Aldo Maglie
Emilio Aldo Maglie è nato a Palermo di padre pugliese e madre messinese il 20 luglio 1947, La sua indole vagabonda, finite le scuole, l’ha portato a vivere il “68” in giro per l’Europa. Ritornato a Messina, appassionato di storia e di archeologia. Da giovane compì delle spedizioni alla città perduta di monte Scuderi e altre alle importanti testimonianze dei megaliti di Agimusco (11.000 a.C.). Appassionato della civiltà e della religione dei Sumeri. Interessai degli effetti in Sicilia della glaciazione di Wurm. Per comprendere meglio questi argomenti studio le religioni, il Corano, la Torah, il Talmud, e la bibbia. Il 15 luglio 1970 partecipò alla rivolta di Reggio Calabria. Inviato per otto anni nei paesi dell’est come responsabile degli scambi culturali dell’università di Messina con l’università di Cracovia, prima della caduta del muro di Berlino, ebbe modo di conoscere l’incubo del comunismo reale e appoggio i movimenti studenteschi di Solidarnosc. Emilio Aldo Maglie was born in Palermo to an Apulian father and a Messina mother on 20 July 1947. His wandering nature, after finishing school, led him to experience “68” around Europe. He returned to Messina, passionate about history and archeology. As a young man he made expeditions to the lost city of Monte Scuderi and others to the important testimonies of the megaliths of Agimusco (11,000 BC). He is passionate about the civilization and religion of the Sumerians. I was interested in the effects of the Wurm glaciation in Sicily. To better understand these topics he studied religions, the Koran, the Torah, the Talmud, and the bible. On July 15, 1970 he took part in the Reggio Calabria revolt. Sent for eight years to eastern countries as head of cultural exchanges of the University of Messina with the University of Krakow, before the fall of the Berlin Wall, he was able to learn about the nightmare of royal communism and support the student movements of Solidarity.
On November 9, 1989 at 9.18 pm he was on the wall next to the Brandenburg Gate, when the barrier that separated the two Germanys was raised at the crossing of Bornholmer Strasse. For seven he toured Africa before the Arab Spring. He is passionate about Carthaginian and Roman archaeological finds in Northern Africa. Today he is a quiet writer and essayist who published the text “the antichrist” published by Curcio Editori under the pseudonym of Giorgio Erre and an essay on the NWO. Over several research publications that observe the inclined plane in which the world quickly rolls.