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In Latin 'fabulae' means 'fables'.

Fabulae takes us to an enchanted world.

"Fabulae" represents memories not only of bygone ages but also of otherworldly things: the great whore Babylon riding on a beast which has seven heads and ten horns, sun spirits, angels, medieval figures and Ahrimanic entities.

In this work the world is seen as the battleground of a war between light and darkness, as a theatre of good and evil in disguise.