This section lists all the articles on Asia in all its spatial and cultural immensities: from the Hinduism of the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia to Buddhism in all its forms developed in Central Asia and the Far East. , up to the Shamanism of north, central, insular Asia and the great ancient civilizations of the Middle East, such as the Persian and Babylonian ones.
Indian subcontinent: Hinduism
- On possession in Hinduism (M. Scarinci).
- The Māyā: a comparison between Kashmiri non-dual Śivaism and Sankarian Advaita-Vedanta (C. Head).
- The Platonic Cave, its Orphic and Pythagorean influences & the Māyā of the Upaniṣads (C. Head).
- Shiva Bharaiva, the holy city of Varanasi and the Axis Mundi (B. Udai Nath).
- From Ganesha to Dionysus: dismemberment and (re) integration (B. Udai Nath).
- Shamanic aspects in the cult of Ganesha, the elephant-headed goddess (G. Acerbi).
- Uttara Kuru, the Boreal Paradise in Indian cosmography and art (G. Acerbi).
- On the traditional conception of figurative art and its sacral function (M. Maculotti).
- The dark side of India: Prajāpati and the geniture (A. Lorenzoni).
- Dravidian Origins: Indus Valley Civilization as the origin of some Vedic myths and rituals (A. Lorenzoni).
- Rudyard Kipling's India between folklore, terror and wonder (M. Maculotti).
- Astronomy and Mathematics in Ancient India: The Insights of Brahmagupta and Bhāskara Acārya (V. Bellucci).
- The Neo-Vedanta and its relationship with tradition and "religion" (C. Head).
Central Asia: Buddhism & Shamanism
- From Siberian Shamanism to Yungdrung Bön: a hypothesis on the Prehistoric Bön of Eurasia (M. Scarinci).
- Shamanic elements in the religions of the Himalayan area and in the Indian sub-continent (R. Confalone).
- Von Ungern-Sternberg's religiosity: between Buddhism, shamanism and Christianity (A. Della Guerra).
- Beasts, Men, Gods (D. Palmieri).
- The Underground Kingdom (F. Ossendowski, "Beasts, Men, Gods") (extract).
- Roerich, Gurdjieff, Blavatsky: the secrets of the Gobi desert (V. Pisciuneri; extract).
- The Altaic exploration of Nicholas Roerich in search of Belovodye, "the Land of the Living Gods" (V. Pisciuneri; extract).
- The mysterious Russian underground tunnels of Kebardino-Balkaria and the legend of the "Old City" (M. Maculotti).
- “The Traveler of Agartha”: the magical realism of Abel Posse (M. Maculotti).
- Indigenous Siberian peoples and the Russian "national question" (St. Savasta).
- Life as a gher: nomadism in Mongolia (M. Maculotti, for The sign).
- Journey to Mongolia: the confessions of Bolod the Buryat (M. Maculotti, for The sign).
- Travel photo reportage: Northern Mongolia (part I) (M. Maculotti).
- Travel photo reportage: Northern Mongolia (part II) (M. Maculotti).
- Borobudur, "imago mundi" and "stone book" of the dharma (M. Maculotti).
- Gunung Padang: the Javanese "Mountain of Light", between (fanta) archeology and folklore (M. Maculotti).
- Bada Valley: the “xenomorphic” megaliths in the jungle (M. Maculotti).
- Buffalo sacrifice and megalithic funerary cults in Sulawesi and Southeast Asia (M. Maculotti).
- Kawah Ijen: Hell and Heaven (M. Maculotti).
- Kasenian Réak: the Sundanese horse dance between artistic performance and ceremonial possession (I) (L. Monteanni).
- Kasenian Réak: the Sundanese horse dance between artistic performance and ceremonial possession (II) (L. Monteanni).
- Kasada Festival: a pilgrimage to Mount Bromo (M. Maimone & A. Sida).
Persia & Babylon
- Shamash, Sun and Saturn (Morris Jastrow Jr.).
- Akītu, the Babylonian New Year, and the updating of the Sacred (M. Ginex).
- The suffering of the earth: overpopulation and the myths of depopulation in India, Iran and Greece (R. Ronzitti).
- Cimmerians, Scythians and Sarmatians: the Iranian peoples of ancient Eurasia (A. Piscitelli).
- The Iranian rite of Ashura, between religion and politics (G. Grieco).
- The journey of the soul after death. The symbolism of the funerary cloth of the Marquise of Dai (S. Libardi).
- Bushido: the samurai code according to Yamamoto Tsunetomo's Hagakure (S. Baricchi).
- The mysterious Tonkararin tunnels in Japan and the myth of the concealment of the goddess Amaterasu (M. Maculotti).
- The disturbing Japanese case of the "spirits of the tsunami" (M. Maculotti).