Riding the Tiger of Modernity | Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad on Julius Evola

SHAYKH ABDAL HAKIM MURAD ON JULIUS EVOLA COUNTER-CULTURE “…so Evola is a point of reference for people who are seeking an alternative, but unfortunately because of his possibly xenophobic blindspot when it came to Europe’s “third heritage”. . . .the Heritage of Islam — Gaudí’s move was definitely in the direction of the underestimated Ishmaelite Continue reading Riding the Tiger of Modernity | Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad on Julius Evola

William Q. Judge on Patriotism and a Nation’s Death: ‘Patriots, in vain…’

“But you know, as any man who has read history, that patriots may burst their hearts in vain if circumstances are against them. Sometimes it has happened that no human power, not even the force and fury of the loftiest patriotism, has been able to bend an iron destiny aside from its fixed course, and Continue reading William Q. Judge on Patriotism and a Nation’s Death: ‘Patriots, in vain…’

Georges Méautis: “Theosophy and Theosophism” Dissects Rene Guenon’s Critique, 1922

Swiss scholar, Georges Méautis (under the pseudonym of Paul Bertrand, professor at the University of Neuchâtel and president of the “Société Suisse de Théosophie”), in 1922 wrote a response to Rene Guenon’s critique of Modern Theosophy, in Theosophy and Theosophism: Response to a Criticism of Theosophy by René Guénon (Paris: Publications Théosophiques. Trans. and Intro., Godwin, Joscelyn. FOTA Continue reading Georges Méautis: “Theosophy and Theosophism” Dissects Rene Guenon’s Critique, 1922

Julius Evola: Christianity converted Western man only superficially

“For all practical purposes, Christianity “converted” Western man only superficially (…) In theory, the Western world accepted Christianity but for all practical purposes it remained pagan; the fact that Europe was able to incorporate so many motifs that were connected with the Jewish and Levantine view of life has always been a source of surprise Continue reading Julius Evola: Christianity converted Western man only superficially

Poland officially enthrones Christ as King in Jubilee Act of Acceptance

A strange idea, is envisioned, in the Christian worldview, of a future world, where a ‘God-King,’ assumed in human form, rules mankind. The God-head as a Monarch fit with the hierarchy of nature, rooted in feudal systems, and monarchies. God was seen as top of the hierarchy of all existing things within the natural order. The old feudal systems, have Continue reading Poland officially enthrones Christ as King in Jubilee Act of Acceptance

Rebuttal of Rene Guenon’s Critique of Modern Theosophy

The objective of this article on René Guénon’s critique of Theosophy, or Theosophism is to honestly outline his analysis in Le théosophisme: Histoire d’une pseudo-religion, and not to react to it defensively. Guénon calls the theosophy of the T.S. generally pseudo-Theosophy (or Theosophism) and ‘pseudo-Christianity.’ He terms Mrs. Annie Besant’s theosophy, ‘pseudo-Christianity’ and ‘neo-Christianity.’ The T.S. in his Continue reading Rebuttal of Rene Guenon’s Critique of Modern Theosophy