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How familiar is /fringe/ with the works and occult philosophies of the philosopher Julius Evola?


[riding the tiger intensifies]

\Would add Evola flag if only codemonkey would finally fucking fix the flags so I can upload new ones.



I'm more of a Schuon fan but I would totally use a Perennialist flag if that was a thing.

I have no idea what that would look like though.



I have so many flags I want to add but 8chan is STILL buggy and the problem that prevents new flags being uploaded still hasn't been fixed:




I guess you could call me a "fan" of his work. I don't post here often, though. If anyone is interested in discussing him my email is juanbaptistefitzcarraldo@gmail

I generally prefer conversation, one on one, through email to message boards, but I browse here occasionally.



I can't tell if your post is a joke or not.



it's not, I prefer more serious, long term engaged discussion through email



>fourth way flag

>fan of evola

i may email you yet, juan


Can anyone comment on the content inside Introduction to Magic? I've heard its a good alternative to IIH but i haven't seen Evola or his techniques discussed anywhere near as much as Bardon.



Still waiting on that email. Are you at all involved in "the work"?


I'm still new to that particular book (started it recently), but it's not exactly any kind of systematic exposition on a topic. It has several authors contributing with Julius Evola as the editor. It's basically a collection of essays. Evola has a seperate book on Hermeticism and Alchemy called "The Hermetic Tradition".

I haven't read that Bardon book, so I can't offer a comparison.



>If anyone is interested in discussing him my email is juanbaptistefitzcarraldo@gmail

We have this imageboard called "/fringe/" where you can have discussions about shit like this.



I read parts of it long ago and found it very flowery. I'm not big into poetry and just read to find actually useful information, so I dropped it.



And some of us have emails where we discuss things in addition to the discussions we already engage in on image boards.


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Some of you may find this useful.



Only thing I disagree with is that he says to read Path of Cinnabar last. If you really want to get into Evola, more than superficially, then read it early on. It not only goes into the context in which each of his books was written, but also summarizes their major concepts. It's a good intro to his work. He also comments on the ways in which his views may have changed. For example, with reference to Heathen Imperialism, he considered it to be the work of an immature mind.



>conspicuous knuckle duster on book with his name.

>assault rifle magazine and bullets sprinkled on top of another book.

Poser chic.

I think 'ride the tiger' may have been his catchphrase 'come to bed' remark, probably with a growl at the end and a 'come on baby and' at the beginning.



Does an English translation of Heathen Imperialism exist? I absolutely need it.



It is here: https://juliusevola.co/library/


It is not nearly as clear as IIH, but may be just as valuable. Read the essay "knowledge of the waters", and if you like it, you'll like the rest of the book. There's also an intriguing, complex ritual described a third of the way in, from old Mithraic texts so it could help those looking for a "non jew-pozzed" ritual preserved from antiquity.



I've been away but I will contact you soon.

I am in contact with a group that practices "the Work" and try to run my own exercises as best I can from reading his material


One comment I'd make on this image in relation to what the author said about Evola's criticism on fascism. Evola criticizes primarily the doctrine of fascism in that work, not specifically the actual regime of Mussolini, though that is addressed (and found to be certainly inferior to the 'pure' doctrine).

I think there is a major error in the way people on here view fascism and national socialism. They seem to think that these are political expressions of the 'higher order of things,' but really they are what one might call imitations, or even parodies. Evola, and the viewpoint that judges thing 'from the top down' in general, favors fascism, national socialism and related things only insofar as they are preferable to the other modern systems. I really recommend Rene Guenon's "Reign of Quantity" to anyone interested in looking into this, and of course Evola's criticisms of fascism and national socialism.



His works seem nice.



Yeah ok, Evola was actualyl an anti-racist liberal that wanted to insittute global street shitting, who would have thought. And here we thought he proposed ideals of fascist thought, talking about pagan imperiums and whanot.



you do not understand. please read what Evola actually wrote



He was anti-Fascist, but pretty much as right wing as possible aside from that.




In that it wasn't right wing enough


Reading "Revolt Against the Modern World" and "Doctrine of Awakening" at the moment. Books like this should be part of the required reading for this board. Same with the UR Group's "Intro to Magic".


In "The Path of Cinnabar" Evola said that people shouldn't even bother reading "Pagan Imperialism" since he wrote it during an edgy phase. In general Evola considered his "political" works as a source of annoyance since people would often visit him desiring to discuss politics when all Evola really cared about was the spiritual development and progress of the individual, which of course implies for Evola something transcendent, super-individual, and super-political.


juliusevola.co library doesnt seem to have evola pdfs anymore

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