In his self-defense, Evola denied he was a Fascist and insisted that he thought the same as well-bred men with sound minds thought prior to the French Revolution. This recording by Solange Hertz remarkably illustrates how such men thought and viewed the world. She identifies the “Three Plagues” of the modern mind, which will be familiar to any who studies Guenon or Evola.
Whatever your opinion about the Roman Church, it is instructive to hear a Traditional voice, speaking as though the past 400 years never happened.
Note: Originally appears at In the Spirit of Chartres”.