History, crowd Psychology Research details Poets


Myths and Deep Psychology, History, Religion, Science, Consideration of Gustave Lebon's "Psychology of Crowds" and Futurism, Literary Rhetoric, Psychopathology, Literature of an Unreliable Narrator, William Faulkner's "Sound" and anger”, mentally disturbed narrators, child narrators, deceiving narrators, Edogawa Ranpo’s “The Demon of the Solitary Island”, Agatha Christie’s “Akroyd Killer”, rumors and conspiracy theories, etc.

Social Science and Shamanism, Criminology, Psychopathology, Jews and Nazis, Dadaism and Degenerate Art, Hitler and Crowd Psychology, Napoleon and Crowd Psychology, Tusale Lombroso's Criminology and "The Man of Genius" and "Degenerative Symptoms" and " Degenerative symptoms and madness symptoms, genius and anthropomorphism and shamanism and religious practitioners (Shakespeare, Plato, Aristotle, Mozart, Dante, degenerative symptoms and altered states of consciousness, trance-initiating states), ekahenalism, and cold reading ( narrative and observation), epic poetry from ancient times to the Middle Ages and modern times (Iliad, Epic of Gilgamesh, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Steinbeck of the Grapes of Wrath, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Tale of Genji, Kojiki, Nihon Shoki, Labor and Days, Nibelungen) Treasure) and propaganda (information warfare, psychological warfare, propaganda warfare, influence of public opinion) and the Catholic Church's Congregatio de Propaganda Fide (current Evangelical Ministry, Latin propagare, breeding, sowing), etc. and published research on the relationship between modern social structure and radio broadcasting.