Query : Ocultismo
- Jaime Coullaut Cordero2
- Andreu Aliaga, Irene1
- Ángel González de Pablo1
- Domínguez Márquez, Guadalupe Antonia1
- Fabiano Fernandes Serrano Birchal1
- Francisco Aragón1
- García Fernández, Alicia1
- Gasparini, Sandra1
- Guarinos, Virginia1
- Héctor Cáceres Bejarano1
- Juan Pablo Bubello1
- Paúls, Elena Gallardo1
- Pedro Teixeira da Mota1
- Sánchez Nogales, José Luis1
- Soledad Quereilhac1
- Thomas Müller1
- Victor Andrade de Melo1
- Art and Art History3
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology2
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences2
- Methods and Statistics2
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1
- Musicology and Performing Arts1
- Political Science1
HARRIUS POTTER LINGUAM LATINAM loquitur
Si el latín estuviera muerto no tendría sentido que en Harry Potter se usara. Podía haber utilizado cualquier otra lengua para formular los hechizos y encantamientos, el gaélico tal vez, por aquello de los druidas, pero H.Rowling se sirve del latín con la posible intención de revalorar las palabras,...
Quereilhac, Soledad: When science kicked fanciful. Press, literature and concealment in Argentina in the middle of the middle, Buenos Aires, Siglo XXI, 2016.
Psychiatry and the phenomenon of ‘appearances’ at the end of the 19th century
At the end of the 19th century, the rise of hidden societies and magazines in Germany was more than remarkable. The silence of psychiatry is therefore drawn to cases of fantasm appearances that were often made public. With reference to two of these cases, it is sought to understand the reasons for s...
The Sīmiyā’ in Al-Andalus
<p>Sīmiyā’ is an Arabic word that uses to be translated as ‘white magic’ or ‘natural magic’. In fact, the so-called “science of al-Sīmiyā’” is a kind of magic well known in the Arab world since the Middle Ages. In this paper, after a short revision of the different etymologies suggested for this wor...
Last inflections of the Argentine narrative of terror: Celso Lunghi's novels
In recent years Terror as a genre has been leaking the current Argentine narrative: the ghost and the zombie are both characters of literary and film terror that have been reoriented towards political readings, either about the national History linked to state terrorism either in a biopolitical key....
Weekend Madrugates on the current Spanish radio: Fiction, concealment and humour for radio story
The weekend schedule is generally one of the almost virgin radio areas in research exploration, and even more so is the morning slot. This collaboration is intended to contribute to the analysis of these programmes, which are supposed to be poorly heard in the early hours of Friday, Saturday and Sun...
The ‘disclosure of spritus’ (first part): history
The author tries to clarify the history of spiritism as an alternative ‘religious’ movement in the field of concealtism. This article describes the pre-history and history of his birth and its bifurcation in two trends or branches: Anglo-Saxon spiritism and Central European ‘Kardecist’ spiritism. It...
Nova Era: uma manifestação de fé da contemporaneidade
<p align="justify">O homem contemporâneo vive um mundo de incertezas, onde muitos dos antigos paradigmas que o senso comum considerava como absolutos se desmoronam com incrível velocidade. Esta volatilidade de sentidos é observada com ampla nitidez na busca do sagrado: as religiões tradicionais são...
On the beginning of spiritism in Spain: the mental epidemic of the 1853 rotary tables in the medical press
This work is studying, through the Spanish medical press, the episode of the turntables and switches that took place between April and July 1853. Their reception by the doctors, the experiments they carried out and the explanations given to them are analysed in turn. The impact of this mental epidem...
Sîmî,’ in Al-Andalus
Sīmiyā’ is an Arabic word that is often translated in dictionaries into ‘white magia’ or ‘natural magia’. In fact, the so-called ‘science of the sīmiyā’ (‘Ilm al-sīmiyā’) is a well-known type of magia in the Arab world from the Middle Ages to Yellow. After briefly discussing the ethimologies propose...
Mediating and Chakras at the Platon banquet
For a long time, research into the inner world of the soul has been a ground for concealment. Some religions, especially the eastern religions, undertook a similar, albeit limited, task because of an original disclosure that prevents the free use of the scientific method. In relatively recent times,...
Open ECOS in the “Alres de EnTRE-SIGLOS” BUENTS: Statements by writers and INTELECTUAL IN MEDIES DE PRENSA
This work analyses the interventions of intellectuals and writers in various Argentinian press outlets on the issue of hidden sciences, during the years of between centuries. The tracking of these interventions — both in spiritistic and theofical magazines (Constance, Philadelphia) and in mass circu...
Fernando Pessoa and the different readings of his life and work
The life and work of Fernando Pessoa can be read and interpreted in different ways or levels. Among the lines of strength are that of hidden or sothermal knowledge, which is apparent from an early stage in its writings, readings and research. Because of its subtlety and symbolic nature in which it i...
A Diversion between Science and Ocultism
This objective study launches a look at the performances of the mastic arts promoted in the 19th century Rio de Janeiro, suggesting that, by their characteristics, we can perceive some national peculiarities of the process of adhering to the ideary and imaginary of modernity. As sources, magazines a...
Science and fanciful in Amado Nervo’s narrative
The coronation of positivism as a hegemonic philosophy during the 19th century meant the invalidation of a traditional knowledge based on imaginary, myth, onrical space and in itself all those manifestations that were not constrained by any kind of boundaries. Therefore, by virtue of the schematic a...
Politics and concealtism in Latin America and Peru
hiding is a practice of ancestral origins that has developed around the world from its different cultures. This article brings us into the context of the history of its practice since pre-colombine times, and then to focus on masgio-religious activities and beliefs by various Latin American politica...
The hidden point: an illustrated proposal
[ES] The hidden point: an illustrative proposal is the compilation of artistic production from various illustrations that have developed under the influence of the hidden art stream of the 19th and 20th centuries, combined with puntillism, collated by the symbology and composition of the Renaissance...
On the embossed side of modernity: mesianism and hiding in Gustav Meyrink’s exciting novels
This article deals with a reading of the fantastic novels of the Austrian novel Gustav Meyrink (1868-1932), who, between 1913 and 1927, published five fantastic novels in which various elements of finisequle concealty prevail, in contrast to the historical context in which it went down, fired by pos...