I'm not fluent in Italian, and the Italian in the book is not modern. I also don't understand the theology, but as for translation, the gist is:
The wild nomad* (who lived outside the law) stopped at/in the caves with fear and admiration at the impressive meteor shower, for the first time saw that reason was powerless,* experienced a most colossal power outside himself of his Herculean brutality, and for the first time he understood worship.*
His robust imagination recognized the effects as a cause, then deifying natural phenomena, he became a Pandeist, an instructor of Mythology, a priest, an Augur.
- Nomado could be proper name rather than "nomad". "debole" may also mean weak or tenuous. "concepi un culto" could also mean "conceived of a cult"
Or less word-for-word, a nomad sees a meteor shower, is blown away and abandons reason for worship. His worship of natural phenomena made his a Pandeist, etc....
Hope it helps...
Hello there. I've noticed you've wiki-linked Neil Godfrey at a number of articles...but such an article does not exist. Were you planning on attempting to create it or something? Otherwise, I'm not sure there's much of a reason to believe there's going to be an article anytime soon... Sergecross73 msg me 17:28, 20 February 2016 (UTC)
- I was thinking I might. I actually sought another Neil Godfrey, an atheist writer, but he's not here at all, but I managed to come across these many references to this same guitarist. Pandeist (talk) 00:20, 21 February 2016 (UTC)
- Well, let me know if you do. I'm pretty knowledgable about the band's he's been in, and could try to help...though he's never really ever been a huge focus of the bands he's been in, so I'm not sure if you'll be able to meet the WP:GNG or not. I'll try to assist if you try though. Sergecross73 msg me 18:01, 21 February 2016 (UTC)
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