The Hungarian edition of the poetry collection Caput mortuum sub-titled Poemata posthumanismi speculativus, Speculative Post-humanism Poems. The book is a poetic report about the looming downfall of human culture and civilisation. The poet counts himself as part of the cultural life of the dead heads as a form of speculativism. Characters from different dimensions try to rebuild everything from the shambles of humanity because poetry cannot be part of the global conspiracy. Habaj mystifies others as well as his own persona when he pronounces himself the most popular literary figure of the 18th century even though, as he writes, there are zero streets and squares named after him. The context of his work is full of similar hoaxes.