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Enrico Baccarini Baccarini

ENRICO BACCARINI is a journalist, writer and editor. He has a Master Degree in Psychology and a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology and a Bachelor's degree in Asian Studies. He is Professor of Oriental Studies, at the Maitri University.

He has participated as a guest and author in broadcasts for the main Italian radio and television channels, such as MEDIASET and RAI, and internationals such as the History Channel and the Japanese NHK. He is currently the owner of ENIGMA EDIZIONI ( and is the Director in Chief of HERA Magazine. He has been a speaker at conferences in Italy and abroad in numerous national and international scientific conferences. He is the author of 17 books published in Italy UK, USA, Brazil.


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Thor Heyerdahl, Reviving The Solar Cult Of Ancient Mariners

Thor Heyerdahl, Reviving The Solar Cult Of Ancient Mariners

Thor Heyerdahl was a man who, despite the era in which he lived, was able to overcome the barriers of academic dogmatism in order to prove his theories. One of his most prolific phrases was: “...
The Holy Shroud And The Mandylion: One And The Same?

The Holy Shroud And The Mandylion: One And The Same?

The enigma of the Holy Shroud has fascinated and baffled both the faithful and scholars for hundreds of years. To unravel the history and secret journey of how it came to the lands of the French in...
The system of Nadi Shastra start from the thumb fingerprint. Right thumb for the man and left for woman. Then the Brahmins find 108 points to correlate with the palm leaf scripts for the destiny reading. (Image: Courtesy: Enrico Baccarini)

Nadi Shastra: Ancient Leaves of Destiny

A fascinating and incredible mystery is linked to ancient India, a journey into the remote past of a land that still has to reveal to the whole of humanity many of its 'stories' and its wonders. The...
Pushpaka vimana depicted three times, twice flying in the sky and once landed on the ground.(Public Domain)

Marutsakha Takes Flight: Modern Aviation Based on Ancient Vimana

In 1895 Shivkar Bapuji Talpade (1864-1916), a member of the Maharashtri, launched an unmanned aircraft called Marutsakha , (Sanskrit ‘ Marut ’ means Air and ' Sakha ' means ‘Friend’, so ‘Friend of...
Abraham's Journey from Ur to Canaan by József Molnár (1850)

The Other Side of the Flood: Was Abraham of Indian Descent?

A fascinating hypothesis, developed in recent years, proposes a vision of the patriarch Abraham totally different from what eminent biblical studies have until today reported. In 1552, the French...