What if these twisted olive trees, shaped by the violence of lightning, were almost the echo of mythological metamorphosis? The pages of Ovid, after all, narrate precisely this: the transformation of unfortunate heroes, but sometimes also of humble characters, into monsters, snakes, statues of salt. And who, if not Zeus, throws his lightning bolts to punish overly ambitious humans? The “Fulminati” live in the manicured lawns of a golf course built near Egnazia, a historic Greco-Roman settlement. Are you sure that Zeus has nothing to do with it?