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Why this website…

We have an ambition!

We want to seriously intervene in the delicate area of “boundary issues” – universally one of the most intriguing investigation areas​​ – through the incredible force of direct videographic documentation. Ours will be mostly video interviews, conducted with a methodological rigor typical of those who put themselves in this difficult but fascinating journey, aiming at documenting stories “out of the ordinary”, directly from the voices of the ones involved. These people, who personally passed through these “special events”, are ready to get in the game by sharing their stories with a typical narrative sobriety, without fearing the possible scathing criticism of those who listen to them.

We will carry out a real investigation, searching for traces of a “spiritual dimension” that, even if shrouded in mystery, sometimes rips the veil and causes empirical effects, such as “anomalous” cognitive phenomena and extraordinary physical events, which are usually found in the lives of great mystics but – as we’ll find out together – can also be part of the lives of ordinary people.

We repeat: we have an ambition!

We would like to contribute, thanks to our documentary collection, to the slow but continuous progress on the road that we have already embarked, which leads to the cultural and scientific recognition of what is still today, unfortunately, considered to be “terra incognita” (unknown field).

From this ambitious project comes our choice to use as a motto the Latin sentence “Deus intelligit et non credit”, taken from the famous theologian, mystic and missionary Raimondo Lullo (Palma de Mallorca , 1233-1316 ).

By the way, the videos which we produced and available on this website were all shot in Italy and Jordan, using advanced technologies with the aim of having both high quality movies and interesting content stories. Just for providing a few examples, we used, as for our Full HD videos, a Canon EOS 5D Mark II (Full Frame sensor), but also a Canon EOS 650D (APS-C sensor), as for lenses we used an EF 24-105mm and EFS 17-55mm Canon zoom but also Zeiss and Leitz photographic lenses, and finally, for audio capturing, we relied on the professional quality of Tascam DR-100 Mk II. However, all technical details will be indicated beside each interview.

Now we can start our journey!…

E.A. – V.G.