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Giancarlo Barbadoro is a journalist, writer, poet and musician.
His main field of study is that of the Celtic and pre-Celtic traditions along with Natural Peoples (or Indigenous Peoples) of the planet in their mythological and philosophical aspect.

He has always been involved in the battles for the rights of the voiceless. In 2001 he founded the non-profit organization Ecospirituality Foundation, an organization in consultative status with the United Nations, with a staff of Native Americans, Native Australians and Native Europeans, which strives to protect the spirituality and sacred sites of Indigenous Peoples. Through the Ecospirituality Foundation, he also strives to uphold animal rights, a subject that fascinates him deeply and to which he has dedicated many of his poems.

He is UN delegate as representative of five indigenous organizations from different continents. In 2011 he founded the School of Kemò-vad, Sole Nero, for the dissemination of the ancient Druidic discipline also called "The Art of Gesture".

His versatility has led him to expand in various fields of art including painting, poetry and music. His music is inspired by "alchemical Art of Silence", a journey inspired by the ancient traditions of the Druids of Northern Europe, which he expresses through flute and keyboards.

He has written numerous essays on mythology, meditation and pre-Celtic traditions, also publishing several collections of poetry and music albums. He is a member of the music group LabGraal as flutist, composer and poet.

The beginning: Astronomy, archeology and unconventional phenomena

His interest in the ancient traditions was born at an early age when he encountered a traditional indigenous community of the valleys of Piedmont by chance, which introduced him to an unknown history that will guide his research. This encounter sparks his interest in ancient lost civilizations, megaliths, meditation and spirituality.
He has been interested in avant garde science fields of unconventional studies from an early age, as well as all those extraordinary events that remain on the margins of mainstream science. In the early 60s he began his collaboration with the magazine Clypeus, cronache dell'insolito (Chronicles of the Unusual), directed by Gianni Settimo. In 1965 he and the editorial staff of Clypeus organized the 2nd National Convention on Clipeology at the Main Hall of the Convitto Nazionale Umberto I, with the participation of researchers and writers including Raymond Drake, Benedict Lavagna and Roberto Pinotti. The convention was broadcast by RAI television, Swiss television and various Italian newspapers.

In 1967 he founded the Cultural Center Jules Laforgue in Turin, whose name is inspired by the French poet. The Center deals with astronomy, archeology, ufology, parapsychology and astronautics. In the same year he founded the magazine Laforghiana, independent publication of science, literature and history.

In 1970 he founded the Astronomical Observatory of Ceres (Turin, Italy) together with Giancarlo Rolando, then Mayor of Ceres, and Mario Anesi, becoming its deputy director.

In 1971 he began his collaboration with Corrado Tedeschi, founder of the Tedeschi publishing house in Florence, writing for Il Giornale dei Misteri, magazine founded and run by Tedeschi that covers ufology, clipteology, avant-garde science and astronomy, from its earliest issues.

In 1972 he undertook collaboration with Peter Kolosimo, pseudonym of the writer Pier Domenico Colosimo, writing numerous articles on the subject of the Templars and pre-Christian religions for the magazine Pi-Kappa, founded and directed by Kolosimo.

His research on ancient European myths and his passion for archeology led him on the trail of Rama, an ancient legendary city that supposedly existed in a large area of Piedmont in archaic ages. On the trail of the legend, Barbadoro conducts research on the ancient megalithic remains of Piedmont with the archaeologist Mario Salomone. Together they discover the megalithic complex which features the "Toltec mask" of Villar Focchiardo of great historical value, as well as other similar structures that are today concealed to protect them.
In the course of his research, Barbadoro brings to light the ancient myth of the city of Rama, which remained alive until the end of the 19th century and then buried in the folds of history. Barbadoro's rediscovery of the myth of the city of Rama in the 70s has led to its reappearance in history, news, novels and television shows that still pose ancient mystery.
It is in those years that Barbadoro set in motion a cultural foyer to discuss unconventional archeology, mythology and science; he frequented the esoteric salons of Turin of that period, collaborating with the likes of the diviner Benedetto Lavagna and the researcher Gustavo Rol.
He was asked to conduct a course of "esotericism and meditation" for a historical esoteric body of Turin, in order to qualify its members.

A new cultural era

In industrial dormitory that Turin had become in the late 70s and early 80s, Giancarlo Barbardoro launched an initiative designed to spur the city's culture and inspire countless cultural trends.

He founded the Cultural Center of Spazio 4 at the time which dealt with archeology, astronomy, exobiology, parapsychology, meditation and spirituality. The aim was to propose research between science and spirituality, without borders or ideological barriers. This initiative was linked to a European spiritual renaissance in those years that saw the birth of a cultural movement now known as New Age.

The initiative Spazio 4 aroused great interest, especially among young people and is a powerhouse that will have inspired many of Turin's spiritualist movements of the 80s, as well as a new form of culture that will later influence music. A melting pot of experiences that inspired many cultural and musical realities still present today in the city of Turin.

Philosophy, Meditation and Music of the Void

In the early 80s, as a result of his research journeys in Brittany in the footsteps of Celtic culture, he began a relationship with the indigenous communities of the place, in particular with the ancient Druidic faction of the Broceliande forest, from which he learned the musical technique of the Nah-Sinnar, music for meditation, also known as "Music of the Void", and the Kemo-vad discipline, dynamic meditation also called "The Art of Gesture". His travels in Brittany serve as inspiration for his philosophical essays and meditation including Ricercatori d'Infinito (Researchers of Infinity), Armonia e Creatività della Meditazione (Harmony and Creativity of Meditation), La Proposta Shan (The Shan Proposal), and L'Uomo e la Morte (Man and Death).

Sharing common interest in research on the myths and origins of the Graal, Barbadoro begins his collaboration with Rosalba Nattero in those years. Along with Rosalba Nattero, he embarked on journeys of research to Northern Europe where he met the community of the modern-day Skulds of Oslo and Hague as well as the Druidic Gorsedd of the County of Meath (Ireland) and Inverness (Scotland). Meetings that will prove valuable for research on ancient traditions of the Native Europeans with the contribution of narratives on the events of ancient Norse cultures, which will result in the essays “Il Cuore Antico” (The Ancient Heart) and “La mitica Città di Rama” (The Mythical City of Rama).
The meeting with Abbey Auffrai of Carnac and annual contacts with the Druidic Community of Paimpont (Brittany) will prove valuable for the dissemination of music for meditation and the ancient discipline of Kemo-vad. The books "Il mio flauto, la mia Anima" (My flute, my Soul" and "Danzare nel Vento" (Dance in the Wind) will originate from these encounters.

Giancarlo Barbadoro with Eileen Caddy, founder
of Findhorn Foundation (Scotland)

In 1986 in Forres (Scotland) he founded the international movement New Earth Circle, along with Rosalba Nattero, Eileen Caddy founder of the Findhorn Foundation and representatives of philosophical movements from various countries around the world. The New Earth Circle aims to promote a planetary meditation every Tuesday evening.
It is at this time that in London he encountered several members of philosophical movements interested in promoting planetary meditation of the New Earth Circle, including Sir George Trevelyan, the Russian princess Helena Moutafian, Austrian Baroness Edmee Di Pauli and the novelist Barbara Cartland.

The New Earth Circle serves as vehicle to promote several initiatives on meditation, such as collective meditations in contact with nature and encounters of meditation at international events.
In 1987 he founded the magazine Shan International Magazine with an international staff. The magazine was published in English and presented in London during the Mind, Body & Spirit Festival held at the Royal Horticultural Hall.

In 1988, Barbadoro held a concert for meditation at the Mind, Body & Spirit Festival of London, performing the Nah-Sinnar music on flute. In the same year, he debuted Shan International Magazine in Florence during the international conference "Florence Convocation" in which the entire editorial staff, consisting of editors from the UK, Holland, USA and Bulgaria, participated. In1988 he and the Shan International Magazine editing staff took part in the international congress "Spiritual Renaissance" in Wassenaar, Netherlands, which involved representatives of European philosophical movements such as Elinor Detinger and Baroness Edmee Di Pauli.

In 1990 he founded the magazine Meditazione Oggi aimed at spreading the philosophy of meditation, which includes the bulletin "New Earth Circle News".

In 1991 the Department of Education of the City of Turin places his method "Integrative Dimensioning" based on meditation with the Nah-Sinnar, the "Music of the Void" and the ancient practice of Kemo-vad, in extracurricular educational activities in the school system in Turin. In the same year, the Air Force performs an experiment on the effects of meditation using Nah-Sinnar, monitoring via electroencephalogram; given the positive effects on the lucidness of the volunteers, a proposal is made to include this method in pilot training programs.
In the field of music for meditation, he conquers a space that attracts those seeking benefits and inspiration in music; his "Music of the Void" is adopted by schools of meditation, music therapy and yoga.

In 1994 he activated free courses on meditation, which will continue annually drawing large crowds, and in 2002 began seminars on "Meditation and Ecospirituality" for the Department of Neurosciences - Section of Psychiatry of the University of Turin. The Seminars are an integral part of the Specialization Course in Transcultural Psychiatry.

Poetry, art, music and Celtic culture

In 1987 he joined the project LabGraal (Laboratorio Musicale del Graal) headed by Rosalba Nattero, leader and vocalist for the group. A musical project that introduces Celtic music in Italy, inspired by Celtic tribal spirit. Giancarlo Barbadoro participates in the group as a flautist, poet and composer to interpret more intimate soul. Many of his poems focus on the condition of slavery faced by animals in our society.

Triskel Edition published his collections of poems "Sotto le Stelle, riflessioni di un alieno", "Nel Segno del Graal", the latter accompanied by the illustrations of the painter Angela Betta with a foreword by the Department of Culture of the Piedmont Region. He presented his latest collection of poems "Il Giardino dei Giunchi", published by Editrice Keltia, at the International Book Fair in Turin in 2013.
He has participated in several poetry recitals with international poets, such as the Lakota Gilbert Douville, the French poet Nicole Cordier and the African poet Brice Tjomb. With the latter he published a collection of poems in French "Les Chants de Mère Terre" dedicated to the sacred mountain of the Bassa People of Cameroon.

His artistic talent is also expressed through painting and his works have been showcased in solo and group exhibitions. Back in the 70s, he participated in a collective art exhibition organized by the magazine "Illustrato FIAT", winning first prize in the painting competition as part of the exhibition, with his work "Dopo l'Uomo".

Giancarlo Barbadoro with
the LabGraal group in Brittany

With a melting pot of avant-garde artists based in Turin, in 1988 he founded the Andromeda Art and Culture Gallery that organized art exhibitions, cultural salons and meditation meetings.

His musical development takes place in close contact with the traditions of northern Europe and Native Americans, in the course of his frequent trips to Brittany and through frequent encounters with the cultures of Native American nations. Encounters with the intimate aspect of these traditions led him to develop his own personal style of music that conveys the poetry of inner silence.
Playing with musicians from the Hopi and Druidic traditions, Giancarlo Barbadoro acquires music experience characterized by traits of the inner self. Along with Rosalba Nattero has made the album "Kachina" in Arizona inspired by the music of the Native Americans of the Southwest.
He has released several albums with LabGraal and as a soloist performing music for meditation on the keyboard and flute. Titles include: In the light of Andromeda, Shan the meditation, Dreaming (recorded in Australia with Aboriginal musician Jida Gulpilil) and the recent The Green Path focused on the shamanic flute.

In order to promote music and Celtic culture he and Rosalba Nattero founded the Cultural Association "Grotta di Merlino" (currently "Garage di Arte & Cultura") in Turin, a club that brings together Celtic enthusiasts, with subsequent opening of offices in the cities of Rome and Asti.
Teatro Nuovo, Turin. Barbadoro
read one of his poems

In 2003 he founded the movement "Nel Segno del Graal" (In the Wake of the Graal) with a group of artists made up of musicians, writers, and painters. Along with the coterie of artists that make up "Nel Segno del Graal", he draws up an artistic manifesto that was presented at the Garage di Arte & Cultura of Turin. He and the other members of the group develop a series of artistic events, art exhibitions, concerts and theatrical performances.

His work of spreading the Celtic and Native People culture of the planet has also given rise to the publication of numerous essays released by Triskel and Keltia Publishers, including Il Cuore Antico, Le Feste dei Celti, Natural Peoples and Ecospirituality, Rama Vive and La Mitica Città di Rama, as well as articles and interviews on newspapers, magazines, radio and television.

Natural Peoples and Ecospirituality

In 1993, during a trip to Arizona, he and Rosalba Nattero contacted the Apache community of the San Carlos reservation. This led to collaboration with Ola Cassadore, leader of the Apache Survival Coalition, in order to protect Mount Graham, the sacred mountain of the Apaches. Along with Rosalba Nattero he was nominated "representative of the Apache Survival Coalition". The collaboration ensued throughout the following years with meetings both in Arizona and in Italy, during which he promoted initiatives in support of Apache and collected funds for their struggle in defense of the sacred mountain.

Barbadoro on Mount Graham, Arizona,
with the Apache leader Ola Cassadore

In 2000 he founds the Ecospirituality Foundation NGO with Rosalba Nattero, Maurizio Poletto, Roberto Garosci, Nick Youldon, Anna Maria Bonavoglia, Camilla Novelli, Marco Pulieri, Luca Colarelli, Gianluca Roggero, Gilbert Douville (Nativo americano Lakota and Traditional pipe bearer) and Daniel Zapata, (Native American from the Mexican Chichimeca nation). The founders draw up the "Manifesto of Ecospirituality" for the protection of the cultural and spiritual rights of Indigenous Peoples and Native Europeans in particular. The manifesto is also a commitment to the protection of animal rights. The core group is joined by Ola Cassadore and Mike Davis of the Apache Survival Coalition.
With the Ecospirituality Foundation he has organized numerous conferences and meetings on the theme of Indigenous Peoples and Ecospirituality, with particular attention to the case of Mount Graham, promoting charitable initiatives for the Apache Survival Coalition.

Always with the Ecospirituality Foundation he strives to promote numerous charities dedicated to shelters for animals in need and children charities. In light of his commitment for the protection of animals, the Ecospirituality Foundation, with the commission SOS Gaia, joined the Consulta delle Associazioni di Volontariano Animalista della Città di Torino (Group of Animal Right Advocate Associations of Turin).
In those years, organizes the Ecospirituality Foundation in Rome, at the Capitol, the event "SOS Gaia, a help to the planet and all its inhabitants", an initiative that fits in the events organized in defense of animals.

Presentation of the book "Natural Peoples and Ecospirituality" at the Leichhard Forum, Sydney

In 2001 he published the essay "Natural People and Ecospirituality" written jointly with Rosalba Nattero and Ola Cassadore, and the book receives the encouragement of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. Proceeds from the sales of the book are devolved to help native communities.
The book is used as a reference by many native communities because it underlines the moral identity of Natives from all continents, emphasizing the spiritual bond that exists between them and highlighting the vast differences that exist between the dominant society and Indigenous Peoples.
The book is also added to the Municipal Library of Turin and its province and presented by the Councilor for Culture for the Province of Turin to all school headmasters. The book "Natural People and Ecospirituality" was translated from Italian into English and French and presented at international conferences in Europe, Australia and the USA. The text was later added to the UN library catalog and is exposed in the libraries of the United Nations in New York and Geneva in the "Human Rights" section.

Commitment to the United Nations

In 2000 he began his activities at the UN by participating in the UN Commission on Human Rights in Geneva.
In 2002 he took part in the UN Working Group on Indigenous Populations in Geneva and delivered a speech on the case of Mount Graham.

Giancarlo Barbadoro delivers a declaration in favor
of the Bassa People of Cameroon to the UN
Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples of New York

In the same year in Carnac in Brittany, France, he met with representatives of the association Menhirs Libres with which begins an active collaboration for the defense of the menhirs of Carnac, considered the sacred place of the indigenous peoples of Brittany, and fenced off and made inaccessible to the inhabitants since 1990. Menhirs Libres appointed him and Rosalba Nattero "representatives of the traditional community of Menhirs Libres" with the right to represent the community at the United Nations.

He has continued his annual participation in the UN Working Group on Indigenous Peoples in Geneva submitting appeals in defense of the case and Mount Graham, and he presented the book "Natural Peoples and Ecospirituality" in a side event of the forum at the 2004 session.
During the UN sessions he has encountered many organization heads that later become part of the Ecospirituality Foundation, such as Lez Malezer, President of the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples (Australia), Gary Murray, President of the Wiran Aboriginal Corporation (Australia), Roberto Mucaro Borrero, President of the United Confederation of Taíno People (Caribbean).

In January 2005 he was summoned to the UN in New York for assignment of "Consultative Status with the United Nations" to the Ecospirituality Foundation.

Giancarlo Barbadoro with the Nobel Prize
Rigoberta Menchù at the United Nations of New York

In the same year he traveled to Australia on tour with the LabGraal in Sydney and Melbourne and encountered the Wamba Wamba Aboriginal community, thus entering into collaboration for the defense of their sacred sites. He and Rosalba Nattero and LabGraal took part in an intimate Aboriginal ceremony and, on that occasion, was appointed "Representative of the Wiran Aboriginal Corporation" with delegation to the United Nations.
While in Australia he held seminars on Celtic traditions and Natural Peoples at the University of Melbourne and the Leichhardt Forum, Sydney. With LabGraal he recorded the album Dreaming while in Melbourne with the Aboriginal musician Jida Gulpilil, an album that later received the encouragement of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.

In 2006 he began a collaboration with Brice Tjomb, a member of the Bassa People of Cameroon, for the defense of the sacred mountain Ngog Lituba. In the same year he organized the visit to Turin of the Bassa People of Cameroon delegation in order to give visibility to the defense of the sacred mountain Ngog Lituba to local institutions. The Mbog Parliament named him "Representative of the Mbog-Parlément of Cameroon".

In May 2006 he participated in the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples of New York as delegate of the Apache Survival Coalition (Arizona), Wiran Aboriginal Corporation (Australia), the community of Menhirs Libres (Brittany) and Mbog-Parlément (Cameroon) by reading a statement of behalf of these communities to the assembly. During the Forum he presented his book "Natural People and Ecospirituality" which is included in the catalog of the UN library in New York.

Australia, Barbadoro with Gary Murray, president Wiran Aboriginal Corporation, and Rosalba Nattero

In 2007 he acts, along with other musicians LabGraal, in the film "Shan, the ancient heart of Natural People" produced by the Ecospirituality Foundation and directed by Stefano Milla. The film wishes to convey the invisible reality of Indigenous Peoples through the experiences of Barbadoro and LabGraal while in contact with the indigenous communities of the planet. The film is made with the encouragement of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and sponsored by the Film Commission, Italian Institute for Culture in Melbourne, Chair of the City Council of Rome, Apache Survival Coalition, Wiran Aboriginal Corporation, Menhirs Libres and other international bodies. The film was translated into English and French and has been presented in Turin, Rome, Carnac and screened in many Italian theaters; it remained among the most popular films in Italy for 3 months. It was successively premiered at the UN in New York and Geneva and purchased by Sky television who adds the movies to its program lineup for over one year. The film inspired the fantasy novel "Shan" authored by Anna Maria Bonavoglia.

In 2008 he began a collaboration with the organization "Allons Ensemble Dans la Paix" of Benin that appointed Barbadoro organization representative. Along with it he founded the Benin Ecospirituality Foundation with the aim of spreading the philosophy of ecospirituality in Africa.
In August 2012 he was appointed dignitary of the Dangbo Royal Court of Benin with the title "Dignitaire Honoraire du Royaume de Dangbo" by the King of the ancient kingdom of Dangbo for the work accomplished by the Ecospirituality Foundation in Benin.

During the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples of New York in 2010 he appeals for the protection of the cultures of Native Europeans and holds a conference on indigenous communities of northern Italy. He has renewed his annual commitment with the United Nations participating in the sessions of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples of New York and the Expert Mechanism on Indigenous Peoples in Geneva.

The Stone Circle of Dreamland

In 1999 he began construction of his project the "Stone Circle of Dreamland" within the confines of the Natural Park of La Mandria with the intent of providing continuity of megalithic art present all over the world, evidence of an ancient culture that is still alive today also in the territories of Piedmont. Giancarlo Barbadoro, in choosing the place where the cromlech was to be erected, was inspired by contact with representatives of ancient indigenous cultures still present in Piedmont. Contacts with the elders of the "Celtic families" provided knowledge of an ancient sacred place where many Druidic ceremonies were celebrated centuries ago; and by selecting the place indicated to him, Barbadoro wished to symbolically continue this tradition.
The Stone Circle of Dreamland is an artistic expression inspired by "Land Art", an architectural sculpture made within the natural environment with elements chosen and collected in nature.

Barbadoro lead a meditation with his flute
at the Stone Circle of Dreamland

The project was completed in 2006 with the laying of a second circle of 12 standing stones each 2 meters tall and with the laying of four boulders as cardinal points. The complex has an inner diameter of 40 meters. The work, created on the foundations of archeoastronomy according to the ancient science of the Celts, was created with the intention of bringing visitors to an experience of intimate contact with nature, allowing them to interact with astronomical events and the environment. The Stone Circle of Dreamland has generated considerable interest among researchers and artists from around the world, becoming a theater in nature that hosts artistic and spiritual encounters, musical performances by LabGraal, poetry readings, flute guided meditations and stages of Kemo-vad.

The project "Rama Vive" and the Sole Nero School of Kemò-vad

In 2007 he and Rosalba Natero launched the project "Rama Vive" (Rama Lives) for the rediscovery of Native European traditions, with particular attention to the indigenous traditions of Piedmont. His research on the myths and ancient Celtic traditions led him to an interest in the myth of the ancient city of Rama, a gigantic metropolis that supposedly existed in the Susa Valley, Piedmont, in the archaic ages. The result of his research is expressed in the book written by Rosalba Nattero "Rama Vive" published by Triskel Edition, which is presented at numerous conferences in Turin and its province through the documentary "Rama Vive, megalitismo e tradizioni celtiche del Piemonte" (Rama Lives, Megalithism and Celtic Traditions of Piedmont); for which Barbadoro wrote the screenplay. The documentary was inspired by the eponymous book "La mitica Città di Rama" always written with Nattero and published by Keltia Editrice and presented at the 2013 International Book Show of Turin.

The Conference "Alla ricerca di Intelligenze Diverse"
organized by Barbadoro with international researchers
at the Empire Theatre of Turin

Also in 2007 he became a member of EUS-European UFO Survey, the European group of researchers and independent scientists; together they organize the conference "Alla Ricerca di Intelligenze Diverse" (In Search of Different Intelligences" with the participation of astronomers and researchers at the Empire Cinema Theater of Turin, in March 2008.

In 2009, he undertook collaboration with the organization Giza for Humanity, international body that deals with archeology and megalithism, where he partnered with scientists, astronomers and archaeologists of different nations. In the same year he was invited to Paris to attend the conference, "Quelques Mystères Anciens" organized by Giza for Humanity. During the conference he presented the project "Rama Vive" and projected footage on the megaliths in Piedmont.
In 2009 he also held a seminar on Anthropology and Cosmology for the Amateur Astronomers Group known as "Hubble" in the town of Fiano (Turin), and entered into activities with the Municipal Library of Fiano, which becomes one of the venues of the Sole Nero School of Kemò-vad.

In 2010 he gave rise to the initiative "Cantiere Culturale di Dreamland" (Cultural Workshop of Dreamland) within the National Park of La Mandria, Piedmont, to promote the rediscovery of Celtic culture and indigenous peoples as living presences on the planet, by means of conferences, stage and workshops in contact with nature.

A Ceremony of the Kemò-vad School Sole Nero
at the middle school gym of Fiano (Turin)

That same year, he debuted the book "Il Cuore Antico", authored with Rosalba Nattero and published by Keltia Editrice at the International Book Fair of Turin; the book gathers two decades of research on the cultures of the indigenous peoples of Europe. The book gives way to the documentary "Il Cuore Antico, per non dimenticare" by Luca Colarelli in which Barbadoro participates as writer of the screenplay; the documentary is debuted in English as "The Ancient Heart" at the UN in New York.

In 2011 he and Rosalba Nattero founded the "Sole Nero School of Kemò-vad", to promote an ancient Druidic discipline through its components of meditation, history, culture, under mandate of the Druid community of Brocéliande; core courses and workshops are held at the Dreamland Venue for Kemò-vad, in the Park of La Mandria, at the Middle School Gym of Fiano (Turin), at the Garage of Art & Culture in Turin with demonstrations taking place in public parks and squares throughout the city.
That same year he presented his book "Danzare nel Vento, armonia e benessere della Kemò-vad" (Dance in the Wind, Harmony and Wellness of Kemò-vad) at the International Book Fair of Turin.

In 2012, he founded the "Sole Nero University of Native Europeans" within the context of the practice of Kemò-vad, which is a laboratory of cosmology and anthropology of the Celtic tradition.

Publishing activities

In addition to a strong commitment to literature, his work as a journalist expresses itself through activities aimed to spread the ancient Celtic traditions and mythologies through collaborations with newspapers and magazines and through radio and television interviews.

Giancarlo Barbadoro at the Radio Flash Studios

In 2003 he took the role of weekly journalist and commentator on the radio show hosted by Rosalba Nattero "Nel Segno del Graal" on Radio Flash in Piedmont (FM 97.6 - Online: www.radioflash.to). Collaboration that still continues today.

He and Rosalba Nattero founded the Triskel publishing house that deals with books on Celtismo, poetry, meditation, ancient traditions and cutting-edge science. Triskel has also become an independent record label that publishes Celtic and ethnic music albums.

In July 2007 he founded ShanCommuniyRadio, a web radio that deals with Celtic culture, Indigenous Peoples, animal rights and music. In 2011, he, along with Rosalba Nattero and Gino Steiner Strippoli, and aided by an international editorial team, founded the online magazine Shan Newspaper (www.shan-newspaper.com), the official instrument used by the Ecospirituality Foundation to divulge scientific and out of the ordinary culture.


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