The cultural passage sketching itself out within the viscous folds of the internet sees the fundamental inversion of the corollaries of the equilibrium between flesh and word, the balance upon which Western culture has been founded from the time of the Old Testament: “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. […] And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us”. The sacrilegious blaze of porn in its most pagan and savage incarnation of Web 2.0 ignites a sensibility in which, on the contrary, the ‘flesh is made word’, the original and ultimate meaning, the base and pinnacle of the contemporary imagination. Its liturgy is as a sacrificial rite with multiple totems and fetishes where the cults of the body and the mystics are restituted and celebrated to the echoes of Dionysus, where the most profound sacrality and eroticism are entwined in an intimate embrace. The cultural fabric which unfolds in such an exuberance of the senses further insults the modern Western cultural paradigm, transfiguring its very axes, creation and procreation, in a pervasive recreation of the nuances of joy, luxury and lust.