“Science” became increasingly inflated when adopted by the occult and new religious discourses in the second half of the nineteenth-century and onwards.
The darkest events of twentieth-century history and the ghosts that have provided a powerful imagery for the darkness of the past in historical legacies.
In the fourteenth-century, a devastating pandemic disease known as the Black Death was responsible for the tragic death of millions of Europeans.
From the earliest days of Christianity demons and their exorcism have played a vital role which has been conceptualised through the centuries.
Historians have long observed the resurgence of interest in the supernatural in the Mid-Victorian British period, still increasingly dismissed as superstition.
Johannes Bureus defended the idea that the ancient Goths of Scandinavia were the first rulers of Europe and Sweden the true origin of Western culture.