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Internet Bulletin for Arts, Politics and Science

Number 70...............................................................SUMMER 1999


B. JOHN ZAVREL, Publisher

Copyright ©2001 West-Art




Swami Veda under the Bodhi Tree in Sarnath, India, where the Buddha first preached.

Photo Copyright Museum of European Art



How Does a Sculptor See Women, by Peter Hohberger


Vaclav Havel: A Word About Words, by B. John Zavrel


Karlspreis for Queen Beatrix, by B. John Zavrel


To Belgrade, to Belgrade! Again... by B. John Zavrel


Swami Veda Bharati Assumes Spiritual Authority


What is Sri Vidya?, by Swami Veda Bharati


A Visit to Sarnath, where Buddha first preached




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PROMETHEUS, The Bulletin of Art for: Museum of European Art (USA), Museum Europäische Kunst (Germany), Forum Europa (Germany, Belgium), Order of Alexander the Great (France), Artists for Ecology (United States, Germany), and European Art Foundation (Berlin).

Published for these organizations by: West-Art Publishers, 10545 Main Street, Clarence, New York 14031 (USA). Tel.: 716-759-6078 Fax 716-759-7925. e-mail: zavrel@meaus.com

Editor-in-Chief: Joe F. Bodenstein

Publisher: B. John Zavrel

Editorial Board: B. John Zavrel, Ron C. Voth, Prof. Arcadi Nebolsine, Lynne Kvinnesland

Art History: Dr. Ulrich Spindler (Germany)

European Relations: Kurt Arentz (Germany)

International Relations: Arnulf Neumann-Dammerau (Germany), Ruth Zucker (Middle East, Israel), Herman Pfattheicher (EC, Brussels), Renate Stendar (Switzerland), Dominique Egret (Paris), Thomas Blumann (Mediterranean and Africa), Thomas Stutzke (Eastern Europe, Bucharest).

Photography: Marco Bodenstein

Committe of Honorary Members: Patrick Adenauer (Germany), Ernst Fuchs (Austria), Prof. Uta-Ranke-Heinemann (Germany), Roger Peyrefitte (France), Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis (Germany).

Past Honorary Members: Salvador Dali, Henry Moore, Andre Dunoyer de Segonzac, Alexander Calder, Isamu Noguchi, Serge Lifar, Prof. Hermann Oberth, Paul Morand, Fernand Mourlot, and Prof. Peter Ludwig.


Copyright 2001 Museum of European Art