To meet the fire MYOP cannot avoid to get into the Vulcano laboratory, observing Scibetta brothers at work, hear the bending sheets, the welding stroke of lightning. And Vulcan is Hephaestus, the god of fire, forges, engineering, sculpture and metalwork.
Teti asked Vulcan to build a shield for her son Achilles. A shield that contains everything, “the earth, the sea, the sky, and the tireless Sun, and the round Moon, and the stars” (Homer, Iliad).
The hands of Scibetta brothers have memory, they are a treasure trove of valuable knowledge, handed down from father to son, from craftsman to craftsman. But fathers don’t teach this only.
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