Tag: tradition

Problems With Perennial Philosophy

I. Admitting biases Before starting this brief recount of reasons for rejecting some of the aspects of Perennial Philosophy (later ‘Primordial Tradition’), it would only be fair to admit to some of the own biases that affect this judgement. In so doing it will also be useful to point out how this background, and a

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Revolt Against the Modern World, Part I

Julius Evola’s work is one of those magnificent manifestations of human greatness that lie so removed from the mediocrity and narrow-mindedness of modern man that it is, more often than not, ignored or set aside for its apparently cryptic character.  Those who would condemn said author on political grounds have usually been guilty of forcing

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Concentrated Thoughts, A First Rant

Some seemingly random thoughts to ponder on and perhaps even study. Understand the difference between LaVeyan hedonism and actual satanism.  Start by taking a look at the roots of modern satanism and its early expressions and origins.  Consider that any true way should probably be an inner way, independently of the outside garb, hence, a

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Varg Vikernes Reflections on European Mythology and Polytheism

The present book is, as the title suggests, a series of reflections and afterthoughts regarding the ancient and original European traditions now generally denominated as “paganism” (a word used by the Christian world to refer to anything different in a derogatory manner).  The study of European traditions is taken up and explored by Vikernes, not

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