Mayflowers in the Ville Lumière:
The Dawning of Bahá'í History in the European Continent

By Julio Savi

First presented at the Irfan Colloquia Session #97
Centre for Bahá'í Studies: Acuto, Italy
July 3–6, 2010
(see list of papers from #97)

published in Lights of Irfan, volume 12, pages 281-307
© 2011, ‘Irfán Colloquia

    Against the background of the Paris of the fin de siècle and of the Belle í�poque, with its magnificent intellectual and artistic efflorescence, a young American lady becomes the catalyst for the spiritual awakening of a group of early God-drunken believers. The paper emphasizes the mysterious ways through which they came to recognize the dawn of the new era on the European continent and on the whole world.

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