An energetic line unites three basilicas born under the sign of the Archangel Gabriel: Mont Saint Michel, in France, La Sacra di San Michele in Piedmont, and Monte Sant’Angelo in the Gargano, in Puglia.
What unites the Sacra di San Michele with Mont Saint Michel and Monte Sant’Angelo?
An energy line unites three basilicas born under the sign of the Archangel Gabriel: Mont Saint Michel, in France, La Sacra di San Michele in Piedmont, and Monte Sant’Angelo in the Gargano, in Puglia. The Sacra di San Michele is the symbolic sanctuary of Piedmont and rises high in the municipality of Sant’Ambrogio di Torino. From the mighty structure, mysteries and legends have always been hovering over this sacred building. One, in particular, has struck the imagination and is what the Sacra di San Michele wants, united, in a hypothetical imaginary line to Mont Saint Michel which is located in France between Normandy and Brittany, and to Monte Sant’Angelo which instead is located in the Gargano, in Puglia.
Scholars of this subject consider these sacred places “bearers of strong energies, both positive and negative” and that these were already known and used in antiquity, but what is surprising is that, according to these experts, the men who one day ” they will awaken, ”they will begin to use. The guiding spirit of this “awakening” operation would have, according to the spirituality of the Jewish-Christian tradition, the name of Michael, but also Mercury, Hermes, and Thoth.
At the moment the logic that unites these three sacred places is the so-called Via Angelica or Via Michelita. The medieval route faced by pilgrims along a hypothetical line between the basilicas of Mont Saint Michel in Normandy and that of Monte Sant’Angelo in Puglia. Between the two, exactly in the middle of the journey, there is the Sacra di San Michele. It is 1000 km from the French abbey and the same from the Apulian one. This, in ancient times, was a stopping point for pilgrims, where they could refresh themselves and feed themselves before resuming their journey.
Legend has it that this street was traced by a sword: that of San Michele fighting with the devil. As evidence, there would be a cleft that connects the three basilicas dedicated to him. Apart from the saint, this seems to be the most logical solution, namely that of the devotional path that unites the three localities. Another hypothesis takes us to the world of the occult, according to which the three sanctuaries are joined together by a very powerful energy line that could be tested with an experiment.
Placing exactly in a precise point of the three basilicas, one would be invested by a powerful energy, a force that unites these three places and which also passes jointly from the other two basilicas. At the sacra di San Michele in Val di Susa this point would be identified in a tiny tile of the floor which would appear to be of a different color from the others and positioned on the left immediately after the entrance to the church and in front of a niche in the wall. By stationing at this point, the body would perceive unusual energy that unites the three basilicas. And this, according to experts who rule on the internet, would be a fundamental point of the energy balances of the whole of Europe.
How do I get to the Sacra di San Michele?
The Sacra di San Michele can be reached by car or on foot. By car; from Turin follow the A32 Torino-Bardonecchia motorway towards Frejus. Avigliana Centro exit. After the roundabout, follow the signs for Giaveno Sacra di San Michele. The car park is located in Piazzale Croce Nera, about a 10-minute walk from the abbey. On foot, there are two paths. One starts from the town of Chiusa di San Michele, while the other is the mule track that connects it to the town of Sant’Ambrogio. Along this street, you will find the stations of the Via Crucis.