Julius evola ‘a teacher for Modern times’ a writer with exceptional understanding of the causes for the current regressive state, in which the modern world had fallen to, and superior scholar of Ancient traditions with all its blissful culture and wisdom .
All his books are well recommended reading for anyone seeking or feeling there is a missing part of the puzzle that is his own existence. For anyone that so far has not been able to find an adequate support and nourishing ‘stream’ in what has been offer in the current
In my opinion his worldview and writings does not provide alternative ‘way’ to be taken or directions to go in order to arrive at this healthier perspective and conduct ,
but his wrings act more like a strong wind in a midst of risen dust. He blows away all negative traits and presupposed rootles values that the current world has established as a norm, and one is left with only a clear horizon a splendid landscape to be gazed at . free of corruption and sickness
Text by Evola :
things that have become invisible and mute with the passing of time. It is only
by going back to the meanings and the visions that existed before the
establishment of the causes of the present civilization that it is possible to
achieve an absolute reference point—the key for the real understanding of all
modern deviations—and at the same time to find a strong defense and an
unbreakable line of resistance for those who, despite everything, will still be
standing. The only thing that matters today is the activity of those who can
"ride the wave" and remain firm in their principles, unmoved by any concessions
and indifferent to the fevers, the convulsions, the superstitions, and the
prostitutions that characterize modern generations. The only thing that matters
is the silent endurance of a few, whose impassible presence as "stone guests"
helps to create new relationships, new distances, new values, and helps to
construct a pole that, although it will certainly not prevent this world
inhabited by the distracted and restless from being what it is, will still help
to transmit to someone the sensation of the truth—a sensation that could become
for them the principle of a liberating crisis.
Best books by Evola