Ravens are corvids that are attracted to decay and carrion. The project is hence named as one which tracks and compiles data on the social decay that is espoused and proliferated by individuals and organisations that promote paedophilia or child abuse narratives in academia.

About Project Raven

The Project Raven Network Graph shows connections between individuals and organisations that promote abhorrent ideologies. The graph is currently in a state of gradual evolution and will continue to change as more data is added to the algorithm (nodes and connections may be added or removed to reflect the most up to date data).

The Network Graph is interactive so feel free to Zoom in or out and drag parts for easier viewing.


Data is collected from primary sources such as statements by individuals, the "academic" work of individuals, news releases, governmental criminal databases, correctional facility databases, organisational websites etc.


The following information is meant as a guide only and is not conclusive. It is designed as a visualisation of a specific trend in academia and is a tool not a remedy. Nodes and connections are not chronologically sensitive and certain individuals may be deceased at the time of publication or no longer work with certain groups, universities etc.

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Alaric Naúde

Alaric Naúde

Head Professor of Linguistics, Suwon Science College

Alaric Naudé is Head Professor of Linguistics at Suwon Science College in the Republic of Korea. He is an expert scholar, researcher and free thinker in the fields of education, linguistics, social science and business. He is also the author of, The Babylon Cypher.

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