Some Guénonian reasoning on the "residual" character of modern sciences in comparison to traditional ones and on the existence of "subtle" elements ("soul" and "psychic") in the same, as well as in shamanism and witchcraft.
We are proud to announce that we will participate as speakers again this year Occult conventions which will take place between Parma and Fontanellato on the weekend of 25-27 August, organized by the friends of La Società dello Zolfo, with a speech entitled "Journeys to the Center of the Earth: the myth of Agartha/Shambhala, the King of the World and the Central Asian expeditions between the 27th and XNUMXth centuries” to be held on the morning of Sunday XNUMX August.
Tonight starting at 21:00 on our YouTube channel the presentation of the Mabinogion will be broadcast, Welsh manuscripts on the mythical past of the British Isles, with the curators of the work for the Italian edition by Venexia editor.
Thursday evening starting at 21:00 we will be guests of the "Apocalypse in the living room" podcast for a chat on the Axis Mundi editorial project. Live on the YouTube and Facebook channels of Apocalypse in the Living Room, the Alchemist Library and the Esoteric Library the Seal.
Baudelaire's correspondence theory, in its formulation, owes much more to Maistre than to Swedenborg. When Baudelaire sees the world as "a forest of symbols", he introduces us to the Maistrian method of relating the visible to the invisible.
Available from today for purchase on our website shop NORTHERN MYTHS. Northern European Gods and Traditions by Marco Maculotti with contributions from Andrea Anselmo, Fabrizio Bandini, Alessandro Bonfanti and Alberto Brandi, out May 30 for Diarkos editions. SHIPPING FROM JUNE.
From the Spanish conquest of Peru to today, the sinister figure of Pishtaco has haunted the psyche of the Andean Indians, to the point that the ethnographers who have studied the legends concerning him have linked them to a sort of "intergenerational trauma" which for centuries has allegedly fed itself, still terrorizing today the descendants of the Quetchua people.
On the intricate relationship between the American director Kenneth Anger, author of the two volumes Hollywood Babylon and of shorts like Invocation for My Demon Brother e Lucifer Rising, Aleister Crowley's Thelema, Charles Manson's Family, film score composer Bobby Beausoleil and the infamous free Rolling Stones concert in Alamont, which in the late 60s would spell the end of the "Aquarian dream" of the hippie counterculture stars and stripes.