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Motel Man

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“Shantih shantih shantih” – T.S. Eliot

“Dance into the fire.” – Duran Duran

His motel room was his home for weeks and weeks on end. Read more …

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On the Subterranean History of Rome

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Translated by Cologero Salvo 

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This article by Julius Evola was published in February 1939 issue of La Vita Italiana. Duke Colonna di Cesaro was an Anthroposophist, with whom Evola had had a long relationship, dating back to their participation in the Ur and Krur groups. Read more …

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The Tools of the Occult War

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Translated by Cologero Salvo

The occult war is when the forces of worldwide subversion lead from behind the scenes, adopting means that almost always elude ordinary methods of investigation. Read more …

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The Vatican’s Not-So-Occult War in Latin America

Statue of Jose Maria Escriva, Founder of Opus Dei in a niche of St. Peter’s Basilica. His rapid canonization reflects the lobbying power of his movement and Pope Benedict’s approval of their impact.

Statue of Jose Maria Escriva, Founder of Opus Dei in a niche of St. Peter’s Basilica. His rapid canonization reflects the lobbying power of his movement and Pope Benedict’s approval of their impact.

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Shortly after reading Greg Johnson’s article, “Metapolitics and Occult Warfare,” I saw a Chilean documentary about Opus Dei. I am no expert in Latin America, but from the outside it seems that the Vatican has actively kept pace with Marxism and Americanism on the metapolitical terrain of Latin America. They have done this not through direct confrontation, but rather by hemming closely to the ideological force with the most wind at its back at the moment. They do this while maintaining their core values.

I do not believe that all members of the Curia are actively and cynically playing both sides. There are passionate opponents on both sides who would be happy to hear that the other side has left the Church. Read more …

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Léon de Poncins’ The Occult War

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Translated by Bruno Cariou

Evola’s “Conclusion” to La Guerra occulta

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Metapolitics & Occult Warfare, Part 4

David Roberts, “Pronaos of the Temple of Edfou,” 1838

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There is no “vast Right-wing conspiracy,” but perhaps there should be. I am sure that by now some of you are thinking, “Let’s start a Traditionalist secret society of our own and wage occult war against the modern world! Read more …

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Metapolitics & Occult Warfare, Part 3

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If the dominant current of decline is, to one extent or another, actually created, sustained, and guided by occult warfare, is it possible to use the same means to reverse decline? No—and yes.  Read more …

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Metapolitics & Occult Warfare, Part 2

David Roberts, “Portico of the Temple of Horus at Edfou,” 1846

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Guénon and Evola believe that the occult war is carried on by secret initiatic societies. Just as Tradition is propagated through initiatic societies, the Counter-Tradition is propagated through counter-initiatic societies, Read more …

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Metapolitics & Occult Warfare, Part 1

Odilon Redon, “Silence,” 1900

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In 1897, Robert Lewis Dabney prophesied the triumph of women’s suffrage based on his estimate of the history and character of the only force opposed to it, Northern conservatism:

This is a party which never conserves anything. Read more …

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Freemasons Against the Modern World

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The Masons are the focus of intense curiosity and at times controversy in France. Our main weekly news magazines have cover stories on Masonry at least twice a year, typically their best-selling editions. France is probably the only country in the world in which lodge membership is growing at a steady pace and the average age of members is stable.

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