Julius Evola (Rome, 19 May 1898 - Rome, 11 June 1974)

Julius Evola (Rome, 19 May 1898 - Rome, 11 June 1974)

Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola known as Julius Evola, was a Sicilian philosopher, occultist, political writer and spiritualist, and one of the major advocates of Traditionalism, a philosophy which replaced individual or collective motivation with an appeal toward an eternal order which included natural selection. It unifies religion, politics, philosophy and culture to provide an "ascendant" or continually improving outlook to society.   Also a painter, and esotericist.

Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola known as Julius Evola, was a Sicilian philosopher, occultist, political writer and spiritualist, and one of the major advocates of Traditionalism, a philosophy which replaced individual or collective motivation with an appeal toward an eternal order which included natural selection. It unifies religion, politics, philosophy and culture to provide an "ascendant" or continually improving outlook to society. Also a painter, and esotericist.

“The essence of hierarchy is that there is something living as a reality in certain people, a prestige, an authority, and a calm power which the most heavily armed tyrant can never count upon.” — Julius Evola

“The essence of hierarchy is that there is something living as a reality in certain people, a prestige, an authority, and a calm power which the most heavily armed tyrant can never count upon.” — Julius Evola

The Doctrine of Awakening United Europe: The Spiritual Prerequisite The occult war On the meaning and context of Zen The Plurality and Duality of Civilizations

The Doctrine of Awakening United Europe: The Spiritual Prerequisite The occult war On the meaning and context of Zen The Plurality and Duality of Civilizations

Julius Evola Metaphysics of War

Julius Evola Metaphysics of War

Julius Evola - Wikipedia

Julius Evola - Wikipedia

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