Scorn for the Easy Life

From the compilation of essays by Julius Evola, edited and commented by John B. Morgan for Arktos Media Ltd., titled Metaphysics of War; in ‘”Army” as Vision of the World’, originally published on 30 May 1937 as ‘Sulla “Millizia” quale visione del mondo in ‘Diorama mensile’, Il Regime Fascista: [begin quote] Thus the vision of one’s

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An artificial antithesis between East and West

“For too long we have permitted an artificial antithesis between East and West: artificial because, as Mussolini has already pointed out, it opposes to the East the modern and materialistic West, which, in fact, has little in common to the older, truer and greater Western civilisation. The modern West is just as opposed to the

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A world separates Judeo-Christianity from Herákleitos ho Ephésios

From Martin Heidegger’s Introduction to Metaphysics, translated by Gregory Fried and Richard Polt: [begin quote] For a more precise account we would have to distinguish here between the synoptic gospels and the gospel of John. But in principle we can say: in the New Testament, from the start, logos does not mean, as in Heraclitus,

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φύσις κρύπτεσθαι φιλεῖ

En alguna cálida vereda cundinamarquesa por Antonio Espinosa Holguín Se van en nubes rosas los mejores de mis días. En bochornos delicados, en la fiesta de las ranas, tú sentada entre cadillos junto al lino de las matas. Sosiegan mi aspereza las auroras de cebada, silban límpidas abejas que ennoblecen la mirada. Aquí, en esta

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A word on Veritas Diaboli Manet in Aeternum

In perhaps one of the most musically accomplished black metal recordings of all time, S.V.E.S.T. puts forth a two-step thesis that gracefully springs across the stepping stones of theological speculation, culminating in bouts of mystical visions and philosophical open ended questions. The resulting amalgam dances seamlessly over these, while it remains clear that at the

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Ubils: C.R.U.E.L. En Concierto Antifest VII

The music of C.R.U.E.L. started out not as an extension nor a ramification of Abyssum, but as a different avenue of thought connected to a different source of inspiration. C.R.U.E.L. is the word of an infernal prophet, and this is reflected both in the hammer-like idiosyncrasies of the music and the lyrical titles which serve

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