The superstition goes back to the belief of peoples in supernatural powers (which can emanate from plants, animals, demons etc.). Superstition, which is still cultivated today, is also called popular belief. The word 'superstition' denotes (since the 15th century) beliefs that deviate from church dogma. The Christian Church did not succeed in exterminating it. Rather, it had to adapt a part. Conspiracy theories or myths mix reality with fabricated facts. For centuries they have served users as a strategy against insecurity, fear and powerlessness in threatening situations.
Participation is free, registration is required for organizational reasons. The event will be translated simultaneously into Italian.