Spiritus Loci

Spiritus loci (Latin, “spirit of the place”) is a term of ancient Pagan traditions. Its meaning is the spiritual being inhabiting a particular geographical location.

Some modern writers interpreted this as the “place where a spirit manifests,” which is locus spiritus.

There is also a book with the name Spiritus Loci from Bert Daelemans. He is an architech and a theologian.

It is a method which mix architecture and theology. It is based on contemporary buildings .

A.G.H.


 

Source:

Greer, John Michael. The New Encyclopedia of the Occult. St. Paul, MN, Llewellyn Worldwide. p. 449-450