An analysis of the Indo-European nature in religious life. Chapter one of The Religious Attitudes of The Indo-Europeans (1967).
The idea of Moscow being the third Rome implied a double meaning: on the one hand, it reflected the spiritual continuity through Byzantium, on the other hand the imperial and political continuity of the by-then defunct Byzantine Empire.
As a literary movement english Romanticism presented a clear and sharp break with the insistence on reason, common sense and realism that had characterized the Augustan Age.
Chapter 7 of Hans F. K. Günther, The Racial Elements of European History, first published in 1927 by Methuen And Company, London.
In UFO phenomena there are many mysterious elements that challenge from many years the attempt of the ufologists to make them clear.
The real scene of the Iliad and the Odyssey can be identified not in the Mediterranean Sea, where it proves to be weakened by many incongruities, but in the north of Europe.
In recent times the subject of UFO abductions has gained immense popularity both with the public and with a small group of writers who have turned their attention to the UFO phenomenon. The number...
Evola admired the negative description that Spengler gives of Zivilisation but is critical of the absence of a coherent definition of Kultur, because, he says, the German philosopher remained the prisoner of certain intellectual schemes proper to modernity
Atlantis, Kush, and Turan: Prehistoric Matrices of Ancient Civilizations in the Posthumous Work of Spengler
Spengler’s positions changed after the publication of Decline. So claims the Italian Germanist Domenico Conte in his work Catene di civiltà: Studi su Spengler
On overview on common Indo-European patterns in heroic songs and legends from ancient India and Persia.
Europe must not be a stage towards the Westernisation of the world but a move against it, in fact a revolt against the modern world in favour of what is nobler, higher, more truly human.
A short poetry in honor and memory of the american poet, which died in Venice on november 1st, 1972
Review of Ernst Jünger’s book concerning the relationship between East and West in history and myth
When in January 1804, in conversation with philologist Riemer, Goethe expressed the view that he found it “remarkable that the whole of Christianity had not brought forth a Sophocles”, he had unerringly chosen as the precursor of an Indo-European religion the poet Sophocles
A famous irish legend from Lady Augusta Gregory ‘Cuchulain of Muirthemne’ 1902 book
An interpretation of the common views on ufos at the light of history of religions
Critical observations on Darwin’s theory of evolution
Article about danger in life written by Ernst Jünger during the Weimar Republic
This interview with Alain de Benoist was given to Alberto Lombardo for Northern Italy’s daily newspaper la Padania on September 2001, the 19th
A study on the the Hyperborean center, known as Thule, by Julius Evola
A short summary of the more important aspects of Indo-European (Proto-Indo-European) religion
A short exposition of Felice Vinci’s theory about the baltic origin of Homer’s poems and the finnish location of Troy
The traditional irish legend about the sons of King Lir
Study on the influence of Julius Evola’s thought on italian right-wing tradionalism
The process of americanisation in italian media