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Cosmic Correspondences?

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355_theresurrectionTranslated by Greg Johnson

Translator’s Note:

This short text was written by Miguel Serrano on April 20, 2003, when Easter Sunday and Adolf Hitler’s birthday coincided. I translated it and posted it online under the pen name T.C.L. Since those dates coincide again this year, I thought it opportune to track this little curiosity down on the web and bring it “home.” 

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Ezra Pound & the Angel

Miguel Serrano with a picture of Ezra Pound

1,136 words

Translated by Greg Johnson

From the end of the 1930s to the mid-1940s and beyond, I was greatly interested in the personality of the American poet Ezra Pound. I saw a lot of myself reflected in him. Indeed, during the Second World War he was opposed to the government of his country and embraced the cause of Italy and Germany. Read more …

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To Re-Read Hesse

Hermann Hesse, 1877–1962

474 words

Translated by Alex Kurtagic

Unfortunately, the deep writer and poet Hermann Hesse was falsified and vulgarized by a world in decline. He needs to be re-read today by the same eyes that were once shaken by his mystery.

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The Falsification of Hermann Hesse

Miguel Serrano (left) with Hermann Hesse

503 words

Translated by Alex Kurtagic

Translator’s Note:

The following article appeared in the Chilean newspaper, El Mercurio, on 10 March 2002. Serrano had written about a similar topic some thirty years earlier in an article for La Prensa entitled, “La Transformación de Hermann Hesse” (“The Transformation of Hermann Hesse”), which was translated into English and published under the title “Hermann Hesse in America.”

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The Death of Ezra Pound

Ezra Pound, drawn by Wyndham Lewis

1,906 words

Translated by Alex Kurtagic

Ezra Pound died in Venice on 2[1]November 1972, less than five years after our interview. I was in Spain, traversing that hard and ancient land. I had visited Ronda, down South, the city over the abyss, where Rilke once lived for a time. I had been reading Pound’s letters in the small museum that Spaniards have opened in the hotel where he once lived—his love letters to Lou Salomé, also lover and muse to Nietzsche.

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Last Encounter with Carl Jung

Carl Gustav Jung, 1875–1961

1,499 words

Translated by Alex Kurtagic

Translator’s Note:

This is a translation of the article by Serrano published by the Chilean newspaper El Mercurio in 1961, following Carl Jung’s death.

It’s six in the morning, 8 June. I open the doors to my room in New Delhi—doors which open to a small white terrace, already fulgurating with sunlight. Read more …

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Hitler & Jung

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Translated by Alex Kurtagic

C. G. Jung Speaking, by Professor William McGuire, has recently been translated into Spanish and published by Trotta, with the title Encuentros con Jung. Reproduced there is Jung’s account of the time he saw Hitler and Mussolini, together, addressing a mass audience.

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