All the articles in our archive, sorted by author and in alphabetical order, for a total of 500+ articles and about 100 published authors.
- Shamanic aspects in the cult of Ganesha, the elephant-headed goddess.
- The question of the three Floods in the Hellenic tradition.
- Uttara Kuru, the Boreal Paradise in Indian cosmography and art.
- "Et in Arcadia Ego": the secret Mission of the other Europe (I).
- "Et in Arcadia Ego": the secret Mission of the other Europe (II).
- Borges hunting for dragons: the Nordic heritage in the work of the Argentine Master.
- Borges hunting for dragons: the Nordic heritage in the work of the Argentine Master (part II).
- Bushido: the samurai code according to Yamamoto Tsunetomo's Hagakure.
- The Geist, the Mana and the "magic naturalis" in Clark Ashton Smith's sword & sorcery.
- The Mythos and the Logos: Greek wisdom in the Platonic myths.
- The Bringer of Fire: Prometheus and the sense of the tragic in ancient Greece.
- Thor Heyerdahl, theory and practice.
- Astronomy and Mathematics in Ancient India: The Insights of Brahmagupta and Bhāskara Acārya.
- Luitzen EJ Brouwer: when Mathematics meets Mysticism.
- “What the Thunder Said”: the influence of the Upaniṣads on TS Eliot's “devastated Earth”.
- Arcane Italy: the hypogeum of Piagge and the Mithraic Mysteries.
- TS Eliot's "Devastated Land" and the Way of the Tarot.
GOOD Stefano Eugenio
- The language of the Sicilians in the Indo-European family tree.
- The origin of the Sicilians and their migration to Sicily.
- The Urvolk of megalithic culture and the bell-shaped glass.
- The Sicilians of the Balkans and the Thracian connection.
- The "Siculi" Magyars and the origins of their mysterious alphabet.
- Psychedelic Christianity (part I): Maria Sabina and the "fungal Eucharist".
- Psychedelic Christianity (Part II): The sword of Uriel and the Gates of perception: find the access to the lost paradise.
- The Dogon and the Sotian calendar.
- Maria, leader of the armies (part I).
- Maria, leader of the armies (part II).
- Initiatory paths in Christian gnosis: the mosaic floor of Aquileia and the Pistis Sophia.
- The Dreamtime Dreamers: the Myth, the Dream, the Center in the Australian and Native American tradition.
- The Platonic Cave, its Orphic and Pythagorean influences & the Māyā of the Upaniṣads.
- The Logos and the knowledge of God in Clement of Alexandria's Neoplatonism.
- The Māyā: a comparison between Kashmiri non-dual Śivaism and Sankarian Advaita-Vedanta.
- The Neo-Vedanta and its relationship with tradition and "religion".
- Hamlet, or of infinity and action.
- "Ancient hypocrisy" and "modern hypocrisy": the mask and the "daimon".
- The apocalyptic humor of Josef K., the anti-Parsifal.
- Homer, Heraclitus and the riddle of lice.
- The pilgrimage to the subtle body: a little-big book by Annick de Souzenelle.
- Reflections on vegetarianism.
- "The House on the Abyss" by William Hope Hodgson.
- Astrological considerations on the Gospel: the Passion and the Resurrection.
- Astrological Considerations on the Gospel: A Solar-Based Soteriology.
- From Cybele to Demeter, the different faces of Mother Earth, or rather of the ecliptic.
- Edgar Allan Poe and the criticism of the real in humorous farces.
- The "Heavenly Fire": Kronos, Phaeton, Prometheus.
- In the beginning was the Word: the fantasy of Philip K. Dick in "Ubik".
- Origin and meaning of Mâgên Dâwîd – Hildegard Lewy (part I) (translator).
- Origin and meaning of Mâgên Dâwîd – Hildegard Lewy (part II) (translator).
- Origin and meaning of the Mâgên Dâwîd — Hildegard Lewy (part III) (translator).
- Saturn, the Black Sun of the early days.
- Sauron, the Demiurge of Middle-earth.
- A Science in Tatters: Survival of the Doctrines of Cyclic Time from the Timaeus to the Apocalypse.
- The astronomical significance of the Golden Age: Astrea and the "fall" of Phaeton.
- The cosmological meaning of the laughter of the gods: on the myth of Baubò and its surroundings.
- Stellar symbolism and solar symbolism.
- Cyclic time and its mythological meaning: the precession of the equinoxes and the tetramorph.
CATANIA BROWN Rita
- Interview with Giorgio Galli: esotericism, culture & politics (with A. Scarabelli).
- “Game of Thrones”: Bran, the crow, the weaving.
- Hypnosis and psyche: interview with prof. Giuseppe Vercelli (with M. Maculotti).
- Greetings to Emanuele Severino: the eternals and the will to power.
- The "tapas", the libido and the victory over necessity.
- For an anthropological reading of the "Journey into the Matamonia of Esagro Noroi", by Lucio Besana.
- Charles Fort and the restlessness of the extraordinary.
- The "memetic contagion" in the metropolitan folklore of Danilo Arona.
- From the Kelpie to the "Horned Serpent": lake monsters in Scottish and Amerindian folklore.
- The "Son of the Moon": the two faces of Jack Parsons.
- “Fossil Legend”: fossils and early North American geomythology.
- “I remember Lemuria!”: The Shaver Mystery, a myth for the atomic age.
- In the Realms of the Unreal with Henry Darger and the Vivian Girls.
- The dark soul of Michael Moorcock's Elric of Melniboné, the "anti-Tolkien".
- Shamanic elements in the religions of the Himalayan area and in the Indian sub-continent.
- The Cup, the Crown and the Wheel.
- The fruit of infinity: meditations on Venus, the apple and the fig.
DE BRABANT Thomas
- 25 years of "Arcano Enchanter": conversation with Pupi Avati
- IP Culianu: "game" and Magic in the Renaissance.
DE MARTINO Gianni
OF FRIEND Shady
- The evolution of God: the moralization of the Sacred between the philosophy of religions and the psychology of the unconscious.
- Sons of a Lesser God: Gnostic Elements in the Nag Hammadi Manuscripts.
OF THE WAR Amodio
BY DOMENICO Salvatore
- Coleridge and the case of the "Kubla Khan" dream vision.
- The plague and the simulacra of social control in Lucretius's "De Rerum Natura".
BY GIACOMO Luke
- The Heart and the Vulva: a journey into common symbols.
- Giordano Bruno: the bond & the fantastic.
- The symbolism of the pomegranate.
BY GIUSEPPE Lorenzo
OF VONA Livia
- Empedocles according to Hölderlin: rise, decline and redemption of the Poet.
- The esoteric Rilke of the "Sonnets to Orpheus".
EUSEBIUS Roberto Maria
- Extrema Ratio: notes on "sacred" suicide.
- Blood Metaphysics.
- Rosazza (BI): a stone jewel between freemasonry and spiritism (with GM Mollar).
- The Sacred Wood of Bomarzo: an initiatory journey.
- Hellequin's Masnada: from Wotan to King Arthur, from Herla to Harlequin.
- The Marvelous in the Middle Ages: the "mirabilia" and the apparitions of the "exercitus mortuorum".
- Hendaye's Cyclical Cross: a coded calendar?
- The "Book of the Dead" of the ancient Egyptians (part I).
- The "Book of the Dead" of the ancient Egyptians (part II).
- The mystery of the Incas: the "dark constellations" and the celestial "floods" (with M. Maculotti).
- Pinocchio in Scandinavia: the roots of the fable in the Kalevala and in the Edda.
- “The Shining”: in the labyrinths of the psyche and time.
- The humanism of the ancient Egyptians and its relevance (I).
- The humanism of the ancient Egyptians and its relevance (II).
- Akītu, the Babylonian New Year, and the updating of the Sacred.
- Evans-Pritchard and the rationality of a "wild" people: the Azande.
- The emanations of the "Dark Satellite".
- HP Lovecraft, the "doors of perception" and the "cracks in the Great Wall".
- HP Lovecraft, the "lost worlds" and Theosophy.
- HP Lovecraft's “The Pickman's Model”: dissection by a nightmarish artist.
- "When the stars will be right": HP Lovecraft between prophecy and Apocalypse.
JASTROW Jr. Morris
- The cyclopean ruins of Nan Madol in Pohnpei, in the Caroline Islands.
- The legend of the sunken city of Ys, the Breton Atlantis.
- On the "snow-white" Giant that stands out on the horizon at the end of EA Poe's Gordon Pym.
- The dark side of India: Prajāpati and the geniture.
- Dravidian Origins: Indus Valley Civilization as the origin of some Vedic myths and rituals.
- Access to the Other World in the shamanic tradition, folklore and "abduction".
- “At the wall of time”: the question of history and the crisis of the modern world.
- “At the wall of time”: Ernst Jünger's prophecies about the Age of the Titans.
- “Altiplano”: the pangs of Pachamama and the Anima Mundi.
- Apollo the Destroyer: "coincidentia oppositorum" in hyperborean mysticism and eschatology.
- Apollo / Kronos in exile: Ogygia, the Dragon, the "fall".
- Marian & "Dame Bianche" appearances.
- Arthur Machen and the awakening of the Great God Pan.
- Waiting for John Frum. Vanuatu's “Cargo Cult”.
- The Friulian benandanti and the ancient European fertility cults.
- Bada Valley: the “xenomorphic” megaliths in the jungle.
- Blackwood: the "Panic of the Wilderness" and of infinite distance.
- Borobudur, "imago mundi" and "stone book" of the dharma.
- The lonely path of cinnabar.
- “The house with laughing windows”: fetishes and (self) sacrifices.
- Cernunno, Odin, Dionysus and other deities of the 'Winter Sun'.
- Charles Baudelaire: life, work, genius.
- Who is hiding behind the mask? Visits from Elsewhere and the paraphysical hypothesis.
- Cosmic cycles and time regeneration: immolation rites of the 'King of the Old Year'.
- Underworld civilization in science fiction fiction.
- "Underground" civilizations in myth, occultism and "alternative reality".
- He who looked into the abyss: HP Lovecraft and "The ocean at night".
- With Abraham Merritt on the Vessel of Ishtar.
- Conversations with Mircea Eliade.
- Chronicles of the End: from Machen's “Terror” to Lovecraft's “Color”.
- Cuevas de los Tayos: the Gold of the Gods in the Amazonian subsoil.
- From "The invasion of the body snatchers" to "The Thing": infection, possession and dehumanization.
- From Montague Rhodes James to Ari Aster's “Hereditary”.
- From Pan to the Devil: the 'demonization' and the removal of ancient European cults.
- From Stonehenge to Rapa Nui: Donald Wandrei and the return of the Titans.
- The diabolical conferences of Arthur Christopher Benson.
- The god of crossroads: no place is without genius.
- The Hypogeum God and the visionary rites of Chavín de Huantar.
- The primordial and triple god: esoteric and iconographic correspondences in ancient traditions.
- Dionysus in the mirror: the mask, the Daimon and the metaphysics of the "other-than-self".
- Cultural diversity and native justice: the "sentencing circle" and the sacred use of peyote among the native peoples of Canada.
- Divinity of the Underworld, the Afterlife and the Mysteries.
- The double spiral and the double movement of emanation and reabsorption of the cosmos.
- The doctrine of the Eternal Return of the same: from Berosus to Eliade.
- Prophetic Edgar Allan Poe: the “Gordon Pym” and synchronicities (translator).
- The enigma of Tiahuanaco, cradle of the Incas and "Island of Creation" in Andean mythology.
- Enigmas of the Mediterranean: the Guanches, the 'Peoples of the Sea' and Atlantis.
- Ernst Jünger, "At the Wall of Time": the "breaking level" and access to the "original fund".
- Sacred Experience and Psychedelic Experience: Presentation of «AXIS mundi» at the General States of Psychedelia in Italy 2020.
- The human being as multiplicity: mask, "doppelgänger" and puppet.
- Fairies, witches and goddesses: "subtle nourishment" and "bone renewal".
- The festival of Lughnasadh / Lammas and the Celtic god Lugh.
- The phenomenon of sleep paralysis: folkloric interpretations and recent hypotheses.
- “The physics of angels”: dialogue between a visionary biologist and a rebellious theologian.
- Folklore, shamanism and “witchcraft” among the Inuit of the Arctic (curator).
- Ophidic folklore: the "Rainbow Serpent", the Nagas and the fairy Melusina.
- “Follettiana”: 14 classic tales from all over the world about fairy beings.
- Fools, shamans, goblins: liminality, otherness and ritual inversion.
- A forest of symbols: Baudelaire, Joseph de Maistre and the Sophia Perennis (translator).
- Fragments of a forgotten shamanism: the Piedmontese Masche.
- G. de Santillana: “History to be rewritten”. Reflections on "Ancient Fate" and "Modern Affliction" (curator).
- The genocide of natives in Indian residential schools in Canada.
- Joan of Arc, the Fairies and "San Michele".
- The "Great Game" by Jacques Bergier.
- Guido von List and the magical-religious tradition of the Ariogermans.
- Gunung Padang: the Javanese "Mountain of Light", between (fanta) archeology and folklore.
- Gustav Meyrink at the frontiers of the occult.
- HP Lovecraft, the New Babel and the witch hunt 2.0 (part I).
- HP Lovecraft, the New Babel and the advent of the New Dark Age (part II).
- Imbolc, the triple goddess Brigit and the incubation of spring.
- Rudyard Kipling's India between folklore, terror and wonder.
- Thomas Ligotti's influence on the genesis of "True Detective".
- Shamanic initiation and the ways of the afterlife in the North American tradition.
- The disturbing Japanese case of the "spirits of the tsunami" (translator).
- Ioan P. Culianu: the Hyperborean shamanism of ancient Greece (curator).
- Jacques Bergier and "Magic Realism": a new paradigm for the atomic age.
- Kawah Ijen: Hell and Heaven.
- Kenneth Anger, the "Hollywood Babylon" and the end of the "Aquarian dream" (translator).
- K. Kerényi: "The mythologem of timeless existence in ancient Sardinia" (curator).
- Kernunnos: or of the perennial renewal of the cosmos.
- The legend of the sunken city of Kitezh, the "Russian Atlantis" (translator).
- A cosmogonic reading of the pantheon of the Mexica tradition, in a perspective of religious syncretism.
- Lussi, the "Luminosa": the double pagan and "obscure" of Saint Lucia.
- The mask of the Daimon: Gustav Meyrink and the "Metamorphosis of the blood".
- Metamorphosis and ritual battles in the myth and folklore of the Eurasian populations.
- “Midsommar”: the coronation of Beauty and the expulsion of the Beast.
- Amazonian mirage.
- Mircea Eliade: "The myths of the modern world" (curator).
- The mysterious ruins of Malden Island, in the Pacific Ocean (translator).
- The mysterious Natchez Indians: tripartite caste system, Sun worship and eagle symbolism.
- The mysterious Tonkararin tunnels in Japan and the myth of the concealment of the goddess Amaterasu (translator).
- The mysterious Russian underground tunnels of Kebardino-Balkaria and the legend of the "Old City" (translator).
- The mystery of the Incas: the "dark constellations" and the celestial "floods" (with P. Formichetti).
- The "myths of emergence" in the traditions of Native Americans.
- A Red Death in gray Venice.
- Muses, sirens and black stars: the cruel tales of Carlo H. De 'Medici.
- In the Twilight Zone.
- Eyes, puppets and doppelgänger: the "uncanny" in "Der Sandmann" by ETA Hoffmann (I).
- “Ombra”, the chivalrous arabesque of the poet who anticipated the fantasy-quest and… Jung.
- The Waves of Destiny: The Tales of the North Seas by Jonas Lie.
- “Oniricon”: HP Lovecraft, the Dream and the Elsewhere.
- The supernatural horror of Montague Rhodes James.
- Pachacuti: cycles of creation and destruction of the world in the Andean tradition.
- Paolo Riberi: the “Gnostic Renaissance” in modern cinema.
- “Passport to Magonia”: from folklore to alien myth.
- “Penda's Fen”: the sacred daimon of ungovernable.
- The "Little People" in Southeast Native American folklore.
- “Picnic at Hanging Rock”: an Apollonian allegory.
- The Pishtaco: the origins and relevance of the "white vampire" of the Andes.
- Psychosis in the shamanic vision of the Algonquians: The Windigo.
- Rudyard Kipling's “Brazilian notebooks”.
- The kidnappings of the Fairies: the "changeling" and the "renewal of the lineage".
- The kidnappings of the Fairies and the mystery of the "Missing 411".
- The representation of the "Savage", between taboos and stereotypes: the case of "Cannibal Holocaust".
- Reality, illusion, magic and witchcraft: the "uncanny" in ETA Hoffmann's "Nocturnes" (II).
- Travel photo reportage: Northern Mongolia (part I).
- Travel photo reportage: Northern Mongolia (part II).
- The "revival" of Astrology in the 900s according to Eliade, Jünger and Santillana.
- Pan's Awakening in Victorian-Edwardian England: "The Garden of # 19" by Edgar Jepson.
- "The return of the Star Peoples". The X-Files of the Indian Reserves.
- Robert Louis Stevenson "in the South Seas".
- Rhodes: in the shadow of the Colossus.
- Buffalo sacrifice and megalithic funerary cults in Sulawesi and Southeast Asia.
- The Sacred Circle of the Cosmos in the holistic-biocentric vision of Native Americans.
- Blood, Gens, Genius: familiar rites in ancient Rome.
- Thousands of rock paintings dating back to the Ice Age discovered in the Amazon (translator).
- The secrets of Twin Peaks: the "Evil that comes from the woods".
- The divine service of the Greeks.
- The Sheela-na-Gig and the cult of generative powers in Celtic Christianity.
- The symbolism of the Swan, the «Hyperborean Thrace» and the Eleusinian connection.
- The symbolism of the double serpent and the "guardian of the treasure".
- The symbolism of the Spiral: the Milky Way, the shell, the "rebirth".
- Secret history of the conquest of Peru: the prophetic dream of the Inca Viracocha and the coming of the Spaniards.
- Secret History of New Zealand: From Oral Tradition to Genetic Analysis.
- The archaic substratum of the end of year celebrations: the traditional significance of the 12 days between Christmas and the Epiphany.
- On the "duende" by García Lorca and the "spirit of the earth" by Ernst Jünger.
- On the traditional conception of figurative art and its sacral function.
- On the perennial reality of the myth: "The secret wisdom of bees" by Pamela Lyndon Travers.
- On the shoulders of Jötnar: interview with Ylenia Oliverio ("Il Bosco di Chiatri", "Vanatrú Italia").
- Cyclical time and linear time: Kronos / Shiva, the "Time that devours everything".
- Terence McKenna and the "food of the gods".
- Terror and Ecstasy: Arthur Machen's "Hill of Dreams".
- The oral tradition of the "Big Stories" as the foundation of the Native Peoples Law of Canada.
- The "Atlantic Crossing" and Ernst Jünger's look at Brazil.
- “True Detective”: Rust Cohle's Final Ascension.
- "True Detective": Childress, Pan and the Wildermann.
- "True Detective": the Devouring Time and the Eternal Return.
- “True Detective”: Rust Cohle's Weltanschauung.
- Antediluvian, giant, "gentle" humanity.
- Towards “TimeWave Zero”: Psychedelia and Eschatology in Terence McKenna.
- “The Traveler of Agartha”: the magical realism of Abel Posse.
- William Hope Hodgson's Journey at the End of the Night.
- Viracocha and the myths of the origins: creation of the world, anthropogenesis, foundation myths.
- Life as a gher: nomadism in Mongolia.
- Journey to Mongolia: the confessions of Bolod the Buryat.
- Nocturnal voices at the Sublicio bridge.
- WB Yeats, William Blake and the sacred power of the imagination.
- "Weird" Far West.
- “The Wicker Man”: from folklore to folk-horror.
- William Butler Yeats, navigator of the Great Memory.
- Zalmoxis, Apollo Soranus & le Mannerbünde.
- The Krampus, double demonic of San Nicolò.
- Archetypal Lycanthropy: "Man Becomes Wolf" by Robert Eisler.
- Adriano Olivetti and Rudolf Steiner: the possible connections.
- HP Lovecraft & JRR Tolkien: world creators in the century of irrationalism.
- The Victorian “Gothic Revival” and the romantic nostalgia for the Middle Ages.
- Pellegrina Vitello, the story of an alleged sixteenth-century witch from Messina.
MAIMONE Matteo & SIDA Anna
- EVERY SOUL IS A STAR — 1) Gustav Meyrink.
- EVERY SOUL IS A STAR — 2) Mircea Eliade.
- EVERY SOUL IS A STAR — 3) Franco Battiato.
- EVERY SOUL IS A STAR — 4) Julius Evola.
- The headless horseman. Washington Irving, the dark face of America.
- Dorothy Carrington's dream Corsica.
- The "Sulphurous Gothic" by Leo Perutz.
- Escape from the prison of the mind: "Gormenghast" by Mervyn Peake.
- “Indomite”: the witches' tales of Simona Friuli.
- Sarban, the pilgrim from the heart of darkness.
- Venus in fur: Sacher-Masoch's medusea antimoral.
- Asclepius: genesis and myth, from hero to god.
- Francesco Petrarca and the search for the last Thule.
- Priapus "unveiled" in an ancient Molise tradition.
- The religions of mystery: soteriology of the Mithraic cult and of Attis / Cybele.
- At the origins of Laùro, the Salento nightmare sprite.
- “Chameleonic analogies”: from the mandrake to the salamander, from the basilisk to the elf.
- Ritual and medicinal uses of Papaver Somniferum.
MODENA ALTIERI Ascanio
- Anna Perenna and the source of the eternal return.
- Goddesses and women of the ancient Mediterranean.
- “Sos gherreros”, the Giants of Mont'e Prama.
- Lupercalia: the cathartic celebrations of Februa.
- The "Ghost Riders", the "Chasse-Galerie" and the myth of the Wild Hunt.
- Jack Fiddler, Wendigo's last hunter.
- Rosazza (BI): a stone jewel between freemasonry and spiritism (with RM Eusebio).
- The Si-Te-Cah, ancient giants of Nevada, and the mystery of the "Mounds".
- The Wild Man's Tomb.
- Yenaldooshi, the shape-shifting "Skinwalker" of Navajo folklore.
- Kasenian Réak: the Sundanese horse dance between artistic performance and ceremonial possession (I).
- Kasenian Réak: the Sundanese horse dance between artistic performance and ceremonial possession (II).
- The island of the dead: from Böcklin's visions to Fabrizio Valenza's novel.
- The true nature of the Green Man.
- The sacrifice of Isaac in Jewish iconography.
- The Sacrifice of Isaac in Jewish Iconography (Part II).
- 30 years of “Bram Stoker's Dracula”.
- Considerations on the question of hierolanguage in the Middle Ages (I).
- Considerations on the question of hierolanguage in the Middle Ages (II).
- Edgar Allan Poe, singer of the abyss.
- The "blood of the Sun": on human sacrifice in the pre-Columbian tradition.
- The "Trilogy of Death" by Lucio Fulci (with NE Maddalon).
- Viruses, Vampires and Zombies: The Pandemic Theme in Modern Fantastic.
- The magic of the Mainarde: on the trail of the Janare and the Deer Man.
- The gates of winter: “'i cicci” (the seeds), the meal and the host of the dead.
- The witches of Alicudi: notes of Aeolian folklore.
- The Deer Man of the Castelnuovo Carnival and the regeneration of spring.
- Christians and pagans: an irreconcilable conflict?
- “Beyond the Real”, or of the literary dignity of the Fantastic.
- Some reflections on John Keel's "superspectrum" theory.
- Some reflections on "abductions".
- Vampirism in the light of Jacques Vallée's theories.
- Arthur Machen's "Other Reality".
- Completing the Work: a pilgrimage in the Sansevero Chapel.
- Cyberpunk is dead: long live Cyberpunk.
- Devilman: the myth.
- Hieronymus Bosch and the drôleries.
- Robert E. Howard, the gentle giant of Cross Plains.
- IconoSophia, in search of a philosophical painting.
- JRR Tolkien, the human story of a twentieth century hobbit.
- JRR Tolkien and the fall of Arthur.
- Jung and the magical rule over destiny. Interview with Roberto Cecchetti.
- Kyūdō, beauty is in the action.
- “Weird literature: narrating the unthinkable”. Interview with Francesco Corigliano.
- In the dark meanders of Carcosa.
- "Nothing is death for us": the roots of Epicurus' thought.
- "Beyond the real".
- Pierre Hadot and the spiritual exercises in antiquity.
- “Poseidonis”: the fall of Atlantis as seen by Clark Ashton Smith.
- The first Nietzsche and the birth of the tragedy.
- That symbolic parallelism between Mircea Eliade and Emil Cioran.
- "The land of the Anunnaki".
- Vasilij Kandinskij and the mysticism of colors.
- “Yoga” by Emmanuel Carrère: I meditate, therefore I am.
- "Zothique n. 4 ”: Arthur Machen and the panic charm of the uncanny.
- The Amazons and the Origins: on the theory of "primordial matriarchy".
- The myth of concealment in Eurasian traditions.
- The solar monotheism of the Emperor Flavius Claudius Julian.
- Sacredness, myth and divinity in the civilization of the ancient Sardinians.
- Turan, the land of wolves.
- Cimmerians, Scythians and Sarmatians: the Iranian peoples of ancient Eurasia.
- American presidents and the "Year Zero curse".
- The Altaic exploration of Nicholas Roerich in search of Belovodye, "the Land of the Living Gods".
- Roerich, Gurdjieff, Blavatsky: the secrets of the Gobi desert.
- The sexual bipolarization, the "feminine" and the advent of human corporeality.
- The Demiurge and the Negative Possibility: Fall.
- The Demiurge and the positive possibility: shaping.
- The end of the primordial age and the "Fall of Man".
- North-South: the first human dichotomy and the separation of the southern branch.
- Arctic homeland or "Mother Africa"?
- The Pole, the incorporation, the Androgyne.
- The ancient roots of the Indo-Europeans.
- The Second Half of the Paradise Age: Some Preliminary Concepts.
- The Eternal Man and the Cosmic Cycles.
- “The Knight, Death and the Devil”: Dürer's late Gothic symbolism.
- Around the sacred spatiality.
- The symbolism of the two solstices, from two-faced Janus to the two Johns.
- Pupi Avati's fantastorico Elsewhere (interview).
- Beasts, men or gods: HP Lovecraft's alien cults.
- Colin Wilson & Jacques Bergier: that is, the conspiracy of history.
- The Fantastic and the shipwreck of reality: “Looks on the Unknown. Decameron of the Mystery ”for 2020.
- The esoteric futurism of the Russian Cosmists.
- Interview with Giorgio Galli: esotericism, culture & politics (with R. Catania Marrone).
- Interview with Giuseppe Lippi: "The fantastic is the exception, not the rule".
- Mircea Eliade: "Pauwels, Bergier and the Planet of wizards".
- Science and fantasy: “Etidorhpa”, John Uri Lloyd's Hollow Earth.
- Terra Sarda: Ernst Jünger's metaphysical Mediterranean.
- From Siberian Shamanism to Yungdrung Bön: a hypothesis on the Prehistoric Bön of Eurasia.
- On possession in Hinduism.
- From the shaman to the raver: electronic music between primitivism and ecstasy.
- David Cronenberg: the Demon in Matter.
- The internal empire: hidden notes on David Lynch's cinema.
- The Puer and the Kore for Károly Kerényi: uncertainty, origin and foundation.
- Thomas Mann, the nocturnal side of reason and the depth of the Myth.
- Agostino Arrivabene, that painting full of magical will.
- Spiritual autobiography.
- Fernando Pessoa between politics and prophecy.
- “Fairies”: an unexpected journey.
- Hildegard of Bingen, the Sibyl of the Rhine.
- “Beyond the Real”: for a Metaphysics of the Fantastic.
- The Saga of Gunnar, the idiot of Keldugnúpur.
UDAI NATH Beatrice
- From Ganesha to Dionysus: dismemberment and (re) integration.
- Parmenides, priest of Apollo: the "incubatio" and sacred healing.
- Shiva Bharaiva, the holy city of Varanasi and the Axis Mundi.
- Apology of witches. Johann Wier's “De Lamiis”.
- “Mephistopheles and the Androgyne”. The mystery of totality according to Mircea Eliade.
- Abyssal Thought: Friedrich Nietzsche and the Eternal Return.
- On the Sardinian "su nenniri" that binds and heals: the rebirth of wheat and the connection with Tammuz/Adone.