One must live as one thinks, under pain of sooner or later thinking as one lives. ~ Paul Bourget In “The Individual and the becoming of the World”, Evola describes certain spiritual “attitudes”, a concept that will be developed and expanded in his later works as “spiritual types” and then … Continue reading
Metaphysical mutations – that is to say radical, global transformations in the values to which the majority subscribe – are rare in the history of humanity. The rise of Christianity might be cited as an example. Once a metaphysical mutation has arisen, it tends to move inexorably toward its logical … Continue reading
We can only live with the consequences of our actions in a world that is quick and firm in punishing our transgressions but slow and fickle about rewarding our better moments.
When you speak of your memory of the future, you’re probably thinking of transmigration or reincarnation. Maybe you think I can help you fulfill your desinty. But the idea of reincarnation isn’t mentioned anywhere in the old texts. Rather it emerged from the detritus of the Flood and is linked … Continue reading
When I first watched the television series, “The Prisoner”, I assumed it was a warning against the dehumanizing and massification methods of the Western liberal “democracies”. When I recently saw it again, it dawned on me that it is actually a blueprint for the world to come. Do you remember … Continue reading