Oberto Airaudi (Falco) has been included in the "100 Spiritual Power List: The most spiritually influential living people," in The Watkins Review, a publication of Watkins Books in London. The list considers living people who have make a unique and spiritual contribution on a global scale.
Falco, philosopher, writer and painter, is described as "one of the founders of the Italian spiritual and artistic community of Damanhur. He is also the guide and inspiration behind the renowned Temples of Humankind, a collection of subterranean temples decorated in motifs stressing peaceful human collaboration." Two images of the Temples are featured on the front cover of the Review.
The intention of this debut list is to use the popular structure of magazine lists, such as the "100 people who most influence the world" and the "Celebrity 100" list, to nurture debate around contemporary spirituality.
Artists, writers, spiritual guides, healers and scientists are ranked in their order of global popularity, based on Google searches and Nielsen data, as well as frequency of blog citations. They are each described briefly alongside symbols of their country of origin and astrological sign. Falco was ranked 65th amongst: 1. Eckhart Tolle, 2. Dalai Lama, 3. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, 4. Thich Nhat Hanh, 5. Deepak Chopra as well as Damanhur's friends and cohorts 16. Alex Gray, 18. Masaru Emoto, 31. Ervin Laszlo, and 89. Stanislav Grof.