The wishes of a future patronnnage
for the deontology of the moral person
of SANTA DIVOTA cultural Order is
The Order of the THISTLE
for an individual relation to communities
with a neoplatonic culture of orality peoples and civilization.
The Dedication of Santa Divota cultural Order to the Coronation of the Virgin sedes sapientae
for a natural ambassy of mediterranean experience of civilization with communities
is devoted to The Commander in Chief and Generalissime Pascal de Paoli
for the donation of his european motion of the Corsican reign to the British Crown (1794)
with cenotaph at Westminster Abbey
under the wish of their executors
Reverent Andrew Burnaby Archdeacon of Leicester professor of theology and ambassador of Great Britain at Livourne
The Commander of the Royal Navy The Hon Charles Pierrepont Newark Earl Manvers
and Colonel Felice Antone Leonetti de Galbraith the heir and his nephew
for the intervention of corsican troops under its commandement
next to the Royal Navy of Sir Georges Elliott Baron Heatfield
at Gilbraltar and Port Mahon battles.
La persona morale del Ordine culturale di Santa Divota
e la cultura neoplatonica del oralita dei popoli e della civiltà
è collegata al etica del pensiero scritto
come al antenato eponimo di una communita spirituale uscita della dinastia dei Bonifacii 810
da Adalberto Marchese di Toscana Duca di Lucca e Comte di Luni e Corsica
fondatore del Monastero di San Caprasio di Lerins in Aulla - 850
dalla via di comunicazione iscritta con il Monatero San Caprasio di Santa Cruz de la Seras (Aragona)
e Sepolto al Duomo San Martino di Lucca.
The humanitarian organization of Saint Devote Order , is involved into the rehabilitation of informal experiences of history , holding the metaphysical knoweledge of a regalian image tradition , as the registered theory of west mediterranean civilization, and the curtesy scheme able to make easier beyond the seas , cultural exchanges of men and territories , following the report onto their actors , of a founded time of the writing thought , the transfered goal of a public image , from reproduced by philological and sealed supports , to the new and initial proposal of its ampliation.