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Evola

Akay

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What do you think about Julios Evola and his writings?
 
I recently found out about him through his work "Revolt Against the Modern World". I haven't read it, but I have heard of it. I might have to do research on him, though from what I have gathered he was an Italian fascist and anti-Hitler, like a neo-con in our times.
 
He was a based italian esotericist and nazi. His books were interesting but hard to read. I don't know if they are necessarily worth reading for most people.
 
I've definitely had contact with some of his books.

I intend to read them all
 
Evola supported Mussolini and also Nazi Germany, but he was not spiritually advanced like the high officials of the SS, he was a follower of the principal Hindu current like Savitri Devi.
Although he promotes some corrupt new age stuff his books are an interesting read if you read them from a satanic point of view and know how to filter the information.
 
He is actually an author I decided to focus most of my energy on but so far I've read 5 of his books and I recommend all of them. His writing on the occult is just research based and paired with spiritual Satanism I highly recommend it. In a few years I'll be like an expert on him. He's one of my favorite authors.

The metaphysics of war, the yoga of power, the hermetic tradition, the mystery of the grail, and ride the tiger are all very good. The yoga of power has some corrupt spiritual practices in it but it's good information wise. The metaphysics of war is really inspiring as with ride the tiger.

At the end of his life he wasn't a fascist, but considereal himself beyond fascism. He was a traditionalist philosopher, the word traditionalism not in the conventional sense of the word but his own ideology which he called traditionalism: a mystic return to the types of heirarchical, spiritual societies maintained by ancient humanity.

He was strong enough to stand on his own as an ideologue without being placed under the label of fascism, while he was affiliated with it in his younger years.


https://counter-currents.com/2021/05/remembering-julius-evola-9/

As for anything he gets wrong have some faith in yourself as a Satanist. It's not like it'll hurt you if you just stay with the gods and keep meditating. In the end I believe he could have become one of us. He was definitely not like a "neocon" as hellenic ss put it. He was a very intelligent man, but he wasn't perfect, just like the rest of us.
 
He is actually an author I decided to focus most of my energy on but so far I've read 5 of his books and I recommend all of them. His writing on the occult is just research based and paired with spiritual Satanism I highly recommend it. In a few years I'll be like an expert on him. He's one of my favorite authors.

The metaphysics of war, the yoga of power, the hermetic tradition, the mystery of the grail, and ride the tiger are all very good. The yoga of power has some corrupt spiritual practices in it but it's good information wise. The metaphysics of war is really inspiring as with ride the tiger.

At the end of his life he wasn't a fascist, but considereal himself beyond fascism. He was a traditionalist philosopher, the word traditionalism not in the conventional sense of the word but his own ideology which he called traditionalism: a mystic return to the types of heirarchical, spiritual societies maintained by ancient humanity.
I agree exactly with everything you said, he is an excellent mind.
I believe that all spiritual Satanists should observe and read the works of Julios Evola, Miguel Serrano, Guidon of list all these writers and several others are responsible for guiding people in metaphysics, esoteric philosophy and also a guide to spiritual understanding.
I also wouldn't exclude a controversial one like René Guenon, although he converted to exoteric Islam, it is important to look at his works and create a greater understanding of the enemy.
To completely demystify them and their religions, to weaken them in our own consciousness and thus immunize our being.
 
As for anything he gets wrong have some faith in yourself as a Satanist. It's not like it'll hurt you if you just stay with the gods and keep meditating. In the end I believe he could have become one of us. He was definitely not like a "neocon" as hellenic ss put it. He was a very intelligent man, but he wasn't perfect, just like the rest of us.
I haven't read any of his works, I have only seen many neo-cons promoting him and I thought he was on the same realm as them.
 
The Nazis were not impressed with him, however.

He had the idea that the body and the soul are separate, so that in the body of a Jew, an Aryan could dwell, and that the body of an Aryan, a Jew could live.

Not saying not to read his stuff, but keep in mind, there was no red carpet in Germany for him.
 
I agree exactly with everything you said, he is an excellent mind.
I believe that all spiritual Satanists should observe and read the works of Julios Evola, Miguel Serrano, Guidon of list all these writers and several others are responsible for guiding people in metaphysics, esoteric philosophy and also a guide to spiritual understanding.
I also wouldn't exclude a controversial one like René Guenon, although he converted to exoteric Islam, it is important to look at his works and create a greater understanding of the enemy.
To completely demystify them and their religions, to weaken them in our own consciousness and thus immunize our being.
I don't like Guenon's work. His opinion that Satanism is a tradition of "counter-initiation" sends rays of deception into the minds of those who trust him. His division of traditions into “genuinely initiatory” and “counter” is extremely confusing; for example, he classifies esoteric Islam and Christianity as genuine traditions, as well as almost everything that JoS exposed later. In this sense, Guenon is simply a researcher and supporter RHP.

In my opinion, the only interesting thing in his works regarding Satanism is information about the Ziar Towers, places of power of Satanic energy in the world. But this information cannot be taken as the total truth, but rather only as a source of opinion.
 
I don't like Guenon's work. His opinion that Satanism is a tradition of "counter-initiation" sends rays of deception into the minds of those who trust him. His division of traditions into “genuinely initiatory” and “counter” is extremely confusing; for example, he classifies esoteric Islam and Christianity as genuine traditions, as well as almost everything that JoS exposed later. In this sense, Guenon is simply a researcher and supporter RHP.
It's really hypocritical to call Satanism counter-initiatic, when in fact this false doctrine is based on Jewish elements.
Satanism=Christianity=Sufi Islam are literally the same thing, the Jews are even partly Luciferian and Qlipot as well.

(Anyone with a modicum of intelligence knows that I am referring only to the best-known forms of "Satanism", not least because no other type of Satanism was known at the time of Guenon.)
 
I agree about what some of you said about Guenon. I can never recommend him to any SS. He was never a Satanist. Instead he was a Catholic Freemason (the corrupted form) who later converted to Sufi Islam and race mixed with an Egyptian woman (non-white). He also studied the Jewish Kabbalah and had some Jewish friends. He apparently was also educated by a Jesuit.

And despite all of this he is considered by many neo-pagans a good source just because he studied Hinduism without ever practicing it.
 
The Nazis were not impressed with him, however.

He had the idea that the body and the soul are separate, so that in the body of a Jew, an Aryan could dwell, and that the body of an Aryan, a Jew could live.

Not saying not to read his stuff, but keep in mind, there was no red carpet in Germany for him.
I'll need to look into that. I believe that at that extremely subversive time the ns needed to be really strict with who they tolerated. It must always be stressed to read any non Satanists from a satanic standpoint of course.
 
Julius Evola was one of the most important writers/philosophers but he made some serious mistakes, influenced by hostile Jewish doctrines. He believed in a dualism derived from the Jewish mode of thought where Women represent the lower chthonic elements while men represent the heavenly divine. Historically it divides the lower chthonic matriarchal cultures into inferior to the later Aryan patriarchal cultures that came from the North and dominated against the evil female element
 

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan

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