The Occult World of Asia Argento – Anthony Bourdain’s ex-Girlfriend


from Vigilant Citizen:

A look at the life, career, and bizarre social media posts of Asia Argento – the girlfriend of Anthony Bourdain at the time of his death.

Warning this article contains images that might be shocking to some.

After the unexpected news of Anthony Bourdain’s apparent suicide, many eyes turned to his girlfriend Asia Argento. While some sent her love and support, others outright blamed her for Bourdain’s death.

The main reason for these accusations is the fact that she was spotted being “romantic” with her friend Hugo Clement on the weekend before Bourdain’s death. Weeks prior, Clement, a French journalist with Konbini news, had reported on Argento’s speech against Harvey Weinstein at Cannes.

Several pictures of Asia Argento and Hugo Clement surfaced on the weekend preceding Bourdain’s death.

After Bourdain’s death, Rose McGowan acted as a PR agent for Argento and wrote a letter on her behalf, stating that Bourdain was depressive and that the couple had an open relationship. Here are parts of it:

“Anthony and Asia had a free relationship, they loved without borders of traditional relationships, and they established the parameters of their relationship early on. Asia is a free bird, and so was Anthony.

Do NOT do the sexist thing and burn a woman on the pyre of misplaced blame. Anthony’s internal war was his war, but now she’s been left on the battlefield to take the bullets. It is in no way fair or acceptable to blame her or anyone else, not even Anthony.”

Considering that fact that a very few people know exactly what happened to Bourdain, outright blaming Argento for the death is not an appropriate thing to do. However, one cannot ignore the fact that Bourdain was fully invested and involved in Argento’s life and world in the months leading to his death. And this world is pure occult elite.

Born in the Elite

Asia Argento is the daughter of the movie actress Daria Nicolodi and of the famed Italian director and producer Dario Argento (who is the son of film producer and executive Salvatore Argento). Asia’s father is best known for his horror films in the 1970’s and 1980’s, notably in the subgenre known as “Giallo” which mixes elements of gore, occultism, eroticism and psychological horror. In short, his movies were, well, horrific. Asia Argento would soon star in a few of his productions.

A symbolic pic of Dario and Asia Argento from 1998.

Asia began acting at age nine. At age 18, she starred in her father’s movie Trauma which features her escaping from a psychiatric hospital, people being decapitated and her mother being electroshocked after the death of her baby. Monarch mind control stuff.

Later, she starred in the Three Mothers trilogy which is about “a triad of evil, powerful witches stationed across the world to manipulate humanity on a global scale”. It also a coven of cannibalistic witches. This “crazy” story is not as fictitious as some would believe.

Coincidentally enough, Asia Argento has claimed on social media to being a witch.


A look at Asia Argento’s social media accounts reveals a plethora of occult-elite related images.

Asia posted on IG the cover of the book “The Red Magic” by G. Frank Ripel which is about the ceremonial magic of Aleister Crowley and the Rosicrucian Order. Asia wrote the caption “Red Magick for the Red Witch”. I guess she’s a “red witch”, whatever that means. The book is a gift from journalist Filippo Brunamonti.

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