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La vita rocambolesca del Conte Alessandro Savioli Corbelli (1742-1811)

by Furio Bacchini

  Print book : Biography

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“La vita rocambolesca del conte Alessandro Savioli Corbelli (1742-1811)

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Count Alessandro Savioli Corbelli   was born in Bologna november  6, 1742. The origin of    Savioli family  was   Padova in Venice Republic. The grandfather Alessandro Sr., General Administrator of Austrian Posts in Venice, married the countess Maria Catterina Bolognini, Bologna Senatorian family, in the beginning of XVIII century. The father   Gianandrea   married in Bologna the marquise   Paola Barbieri Fontana, related with the most important senate  noble families,  Bentivoglio, Paleotti,Malvasìa, Zambeccari, Magnani, Davia, Bolognetti etc. In the chapter   dedicated to his family there is a description of the family palace, the bolognese life during the   XVIII secolo and the famous miths of the period, like Casanova, and Farinelli who lived there.Alessandro,cadet of the family was employed to the bavarian court in Munich where lived for  thirty two years where had a successfull career   ( Page from eleven to eighteen years, Aulic and Commerce Counsellor,   Vice President of Science Academy of Munich (1775-1780) in relation in that period with the most famous of European Scientists of the period. Married twice in Bavaria:the first wife (1763) countess Theresia von Wunshwitz, Electress lady in waiting, and when vidowed  married in 1773 the young   countess Maximiliana von Werner a Grafenreith, a Bavarian ancient noble   family related with   one the most important Bavarian Army   General during Seven Years War (1756-1763).After the death of his most   important protector, the  Elector Max Joseph III ( december 1777),     Bavarian court completely changed and   Savioli felt in disgrace   .Initiated into Masonry  in the seventies    January 18, 1779 joined Bavarian Illuminati with the name of Brutus , to find new allies that could help him to prevent the return of religious obscurantism of Jesuites in the State,like the powerfull new Elector Carl Theodor confessor, pater Frank,the Rosicrucians and the Knights of Malta, seizing Bavarian court trough Masonic lodges. Bavarian   Illuminati defined by   some historians jacobinist, ateist, materialist and “comunists “ that exported in France political theories that influenced the beginning of French Revolution. Author demonstrates that demonstrated that it was wrong  with  the description of several facts and events . Savioli was been catched in the middle of an intrigue between local and  diplomatic contrasts , when Emperor Joseph II organized a plane to exchange Belgium with a part of Bavaria. Exiled during october 1785 why mason and one of the chiefs of Bavarian Illuminati appear in “ chiaroscuro” the real reasons of his condemnation, related to the court new power connected with the Prussian Court. Savioli himself describe the reason of his condemn in his   original “Memoria manoscritta” unpublished.Found   by the author in the family archive in Biblioteca dell’Archiginnasio of Bologna. In this manuscripts Alessandro describes in detail  the      disputes and the charges   without a trial, and the sentence got only with an a simple opinion of two court Intendants ,and   explaining that provision was made for different reasons   defined by Savioli himself similar to Inquisition punishement. In the book are analitically described the existing bavarian and tyrolean lodges during the period and the masonic Rithes. Savioli was member of St. Theodor zum Guten Rat   Adjoint Worshipfull Master) reached an important degree of Bavarian Illuminati. After the exile he lived for eleven years in     Trento, accused to organize conspirations and (some historians writes) met   Cagliostro before was condemned in Rome officially for heresy . The author explains that also this information about Gran Cofto was wrong. The wright reason instead,  because Cagliostro was organizing a conspiration for dethrone the Pope. The “Gran Cofto” was the “anello debole”of  a plot organized by “  Illuminati di Avignone”an extramasonic order founded by   Dom Pernety,   mistic scientist, treasurer of Bougainville to Malvine isles naturalist expedition, related with   duchess of Orleans club, sister of Philippe Egalitè. In the same period in Rome were processed for poisonous attemptate    the prince Sigismondo Chigi, Conclave Marshall,   mason of the lodge La reunion des Amis Sincères from 1776 of Rome   and in listed in the famous Paris lodge     les Neuf Soeurs   with Benjamin Franklin.Chigi was condemned to perpetual exile and dead some months after. Also him was “Illuminato di Avignone” as Ottavio Cappelli   that was condemned for attempted conspiration to the Pope State.The author highligths that behind the the   Chigi’s, Cappelli and Cagliostro plot in Rome were not bavarian Illuminati, how described by Augustine Barruel but the Orleanist in France,but the “ Illuminati di Avignone” and   Cagliostro was a member of it. Explains too that the French revolution was organized by a conspiration for replacing Louis   XVI by the cousin Philippe d’Orleans,an obliged   changement of power connected to financial reasons for the debt of  Kindom of France ( 9 times of income tax of one   year) and for the risk of a dangerous bankrupcy. In this plot appear between the   organizers   Anton Mesmer’s disciples well known by Savioli why   nominated member Academy of Munich (1776) and Mirabeau as the thinking mind of this plot applyng the Plane of the secret “association intime” dated 1776  found in his archive published by his son Lucas de Montigny forty years after in   Memoires Biographiques .Many of these political reforms were shared by Bavarian   Illuminati and were approssimately the same illustrated by Savioli in his Academic Speechees and in his books . Alessandro Savioli is the only bavarian Illuminatus, except the founder Weishaupt,to be cited  by Mirabeau in his Monarchie Prussienne ,   trying to prevent the obscurantism in Bavaria. Also the brother Ludovico Vittorio Savioli, Senator of Bologna was involved   in an attempted  plot    of Zamboni and De Roladis for reform the ancient Republic of Bologna during 1794. The two brothers were masons but of different Rithes, Ludovico Vittorio, related to   european Rosicrucians  and the luteran bishop. Friedrich Muenter.Instead   Alessandro,who was a   liberal  for establishing the democracy in Bologna.Back in the end of 1796 in his city after more of forty years hoping to succeed as Senator to the brother Ludovico Vittorio was obstructed by Napoleone Bonaparte that abolished the   Senate. Savioli was member of Circolo del Genio Democratico, as  Vice Moderatore and was the cofounder of the first cospirative antinapoleonic sect for the indipendence of  Repubblica Cisalpina (1797-1799) by both   French and Austrian, known as   “Raggi”.More famous in Germany hr   was author of  five academic speeches and a   “La forza dell’Uomo nella Società” in which are descrive his political ideals and reveal himself as disciple of Rousseau e Voltaire. During 1798 published a pamphlet of sixtenn pages disputing the abolition of the “ fedecommesso” sent to  Direttorio di Milano in same year, the only existing copy found in a bolognese archive in which are confirmed his democratica and liberal ideals and   as his different cosmopolitan homeland of nazionalism of Itali’s unity exposed by nationalist  and Marxist Italian historians after the second world war. This homeland idea is summarized by the author  as the way to reach happyness , freedom and equality through sciences, not limited to an only nation but reveals himself as a “protoeuropean”. The author has reconstructed Alessandro Savioli biography with original unpublished documents and corrispondence found into family archive at Archiginnasio Library, State Archive of Bologna,Hauptstaat Archiv of   Munich in Bavaria, german and european libraries and archives.  Really a complete description of   XVIII century history to read in few days.                  

 

                         

 

 

 

 




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