The transmission of this gift is possible through the archetype writings with the use of an Analogical Medium, which constitutes the essence of the ancient mysteries and rites. This Analogical Medium is the Golden Ratio or Golden Mean when applied to the written texts or even to the electronic, new media. Gabriel Marcel has developed this technique in his Gifford Lectures, under the title "The Mystery of Being".
According to Christos Papachristopoulos, the magical power of words in a Mystery is based on the ancient Greek phrase "The First Initiation of Knowledge is the Meditation on Names" ("ΑΡΧΗ ΣΟΦΙΑΣ ΟΝΟΜΑΤΩΝ ΕΠΙΣΚΕΨΙΣ") and in the so-called "Act of Creation". He claims that there is a Greek, divine grace -the famous Élan Vital of Bergson- which has transmitted through the myths the DNA of the original, primordial man Adam or Adam Kadmon to Cadmus or Camus.
So, the term Nuclear/Perennial Philosophy of Media is introduced, based on the perennial or integral theory of Jacques Maritain in close relationship with the nuclear discoveries of Albert Einstein and the revolutionary theory of Albert Camus. The justifications are found in the Stoic philosophy -the internal or perennial wisdom of river Styx- and the doctrine of Pythagoras of Samos. In the symphysis of the "Spartoi" or "Spartans" group also belong Nikos Kazantzakis, Simone Weil, George Orwell, Arthur Koestler, Karl Jaspers, Hannah Arendt, Lev Shestov, Leo Tolstoy and Fyodor Dostoyevski (See the book "The Nuclear Philosophy of Media: Connaturality" (2007) in NationMaster Encyclopedia).