Oberto Airaudi

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Oberto Airaudi was born in Balangero, near Turin, Italy on May 29, 1950. He was a philosopher, healer, writer, and painter.

In 1975 he and a group of fellow friends and researchers founded the spiritual, human, and social experience of the Federation of Damanhur, for which he serves as the spiritual guide and the inspiration behind the construction of the Temples of Humankind. The path that he proposes "leads to the awakening of the inner teacher through study, research, experimentation and the complete expression of individual potential."[citation needed]

Based on the tradition of Damanhurian citizens adopting animal names, Airaudi also goes by the name of "Falco."

Oberto Airaudi died on June 23, 2013.[1]

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  • Ananas, Esperide (2006). Damanhur: The Temples of Humankind. New York: CoSM Press. ISBN 1-55643-577-0. 
  • Merrifield, Jeff (2006). Damanhur: The Story of the Extraordinary Italian Artistic Community. Santa Cruz: Hanford Mead Publishers. ISBN 1-59275-010-9. 

Publications[edit]

  • Bral Talej: Divination Cards. Oberto Airaudi and Shama Viola (© 2011). The Oracle Institute: UPC 8032937910017

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