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Breaking --- Algerian military cargo plane crashes in France

 
Aristide Torchia
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Breaking --- Algerian military cargo plane crashes in France
[link to english.ahram.org.eg]

An Algerian military cargo plane en route from Paris to Algiers crashed Friday in a mountainous region of southern France, rescue services said.

Around 60 firefighters were at the scene of the accident in the rural area of Saint-Germain-du-Teil, the fire service said without providing any details on the cause of the crash or the number of victims.
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Re: Breaking --- Algerian military cargo plane crashes in France
Breaking now on French TV, large cargo plane, was headed from Paris to Algiers
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.

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