In the ninth Heaven, the Primum Mobile, the pilgrim Dante sees a light-flooded point: it is the first vision of God. That point is surrounded by nine celestial hierarchies: Angels, Archangels, Principalities, Majesties, Virtues, Dominations, Thrones, Cherubim, Seraphim. “On that point depends the heaven and all nature,” Beatrice explains to Dante. After her words the circles sparkle like incandescent iron. They are so many that their number is greater than the doubling of the squares in the game of chess: “and so many were they, (…) more than the doubling of chess’. On the seventh centenary of Dante’s death, Alessandro Anderloni narrates the Commedia and interprets canto XXVIII of the Paradiso.
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