Library

  1. Essays on Catholicism, Liberalism, and Socialism

    by Juan Donoso Cortes, with a new introduction by Cologero Salvo

  2. Esoteric Catholicism and Integral Traditionalism

    by Julius Evola, translated by Cologero Salvo

  3. Descarte’s Nightmare

    by Cologero Salvo

    The contrast between the Traditional worldview as espoused by Julius Evola and the Modernist worldview of Rene Descartes.

  4. Karma and Reincarnation
    English language translation of Critica del teosofismo by Julius Evola, from From Maschera e volto dello spiritualismo contemporaneo
  5. The Individual and the Becoming of the World
    English language translation of L’Individuo e il divenire del mondo by Julius Evola, with additional commentary
  6. Julius Evola comments on Aleister Crowley.

    Translated from Maschera e volto dello spiritualismo contemporaneo (“Mask and Face of Contemporary Spirituality”)

  7. Julius Evola: A Justified Pessisism

    Translated from Julius Evola: Un Pessimismo Giustificato

  8. The Political Soldier

    by Derek Holland

    The Political Soldier (A4 format)

    Unfortunately God, Destiny, call it what you will, has decreed that you and I must undertake this daunting task. Our forefathers had to confront similar situations and we must draw strength from their spirit which urges us on. It is upon the bedrock of their spirit that we must erect the banner of the Celtic Cross and defy all stupid enough to provoke the wrath of this nation.

  9. Ultima Thule: Julius Evola and Herman Wirth

    Review of the publication Ultima Thule. Julius Evola e Herman Wirth

  10. Masters of the Right: Joseph de Maistre

    Evola’s review of The St. Petersburg Dialogues

  11. The Idea of Empire

    The Idea of Empire in Medieval Europe by Alain de Benoist

  12. Eastern Wisdom and Western Knowledge

    Primitive Mentality

  13. All Souls Day

    by Charles Maurras, from Barbarie et Poésie
    All Souls Day

  14. Auguste Comte

    by Charles Maurras

    We would no longer be Frenchmen, nor the people who, after Rome, more than Rome, integrated rule to instinct, art to nature, thought to life, if Auguste Comte’s philosophy, eminently French, classic, and Latin, was only suitable to inspire us some doubts on the health of that great man. He reopened for us, who live after him in the vast bosom of the Great-Being, high sources of wisdom, pride, and enthusiasm. A few among us were a living anarchy. He rendered order to them or, what amounts to the same thing, the hope of order. He showed them the beautiful face of Unity, smiling in a heaven which did not appear too distant.

  15. After Strange Gods

    by T. S. Eliot

  16. Meditations on the Tarot

  17. Catechism of St Pope Pius X

    from SSPX

  18. Transmutation: A Novel

    by Lydia Bisanti

  19. Philosophical History of the Human Race

    by Antoine Fabre d’Olivet

11 thoughts on “Library

  1. Traditionalists seem to waste much time restating over and over what the originators of the school already wrote perfectly well. I must have read hundreds of books and articles that were nothing but rehashing the same material. Yet we find that many original works have never been translated into English or are simply unavailable. It just seems like that would be a priority. Now, if you want to sell your work then that is your business, not mine. If you wanted to do something in the spirit of Catholic charity, then that’s fine too. But I was only making a suggestion that would have seemed to have saved you and your readers some time.

  2. That sounds like a plan. Perhaps you’d like to post the combined translations to the site as plaintext rough drafts, and capable readers can independently edit and prepare PDF versions, then share them here.

    No need to even agree on a final version – Cologero can decide whether he wants to keep any in the library, and under what conditions. I would also include the original drafts as an appendix to any edited version for reference.

    I’m sure quite a few of us would appreciate it.

    Also, if you have any documents that you want converted to good quality PDF files with hyperlinks, bookmarks etc., let me know.

  3. Exit, you still don’t know how to write a proper comment. You need to see Wolf of Wall Street and learn the basics, such as how to sell a pen. Obviously, you believe it would benefit you if I provide what you ask. But the answer to a “why not” question is easy; just ask yourself “who benefits”, or more traditionally, “cui bono”. If you cannot see how I would benefit, the question you ask answers itself.

    The fact is that I do this blog pretty much alone, as well as the translations, the Tarot blog, mailing list, etc. Someone with an online presence, whose name you would recognize, assumed I do this full time. That is far from the case. Besides working full time, I have an active life. So, I’ll give you a chance to rewrite the comment, something like this:

    Cologero, I have a degree in English literature. I am willing to proofread and edit the many translations you have done. I will even help with their publication as ebooks and hard copies.

    Do you see, Exit, how that is a win-win? But I’m not picking on you; there are thousands of visitors every month.

  4. Why not add Evola’s entire Sintesi di dottrina della razza in pdf format here and the rest of L’Individuo e il divenire del mondo?

  5. Got it, remembered it was at Right Hand Path:
    http://www.righthandpath.org/the-church-and-the-common-mind
    Thank you.

  6. I don’t think so, as I checked the library archives (that expression has few hits on google). For one thing, I don’t think I would accept that characterization is it stands, so I doubt I would have endorsed such an essay. Could you be referring to Henry Corbin?

  7. Sir, was there at one time in the library an essay by someone on the “ideal of unity in religion”? It was a Western protestant writer, and it may have been in the essays, but I can’t remember the author…

  8. It was initially published in 1932. The translation is from the fourth edition of 1971 which is an amplification and updating of the previous editions.

  9. Please advise: what is the original publication date of Evola’s Esoteric Catholicism and Integral Traditionalism translated by Cologero Salvo earlier this year?

  10. Excellent site! Thank you for providing this! It is immensely helpful!

  11. Vi segnalo l’ottimo libro di Nuccio D’Anna, Julius Evola e l’Oriente, Il settimo sigillo, Roma 2006

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