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    Re: Schuon on Gnosis

    One simplified scheme might aid understanding of the sacred which designates three “souls”, as follows:

    1. The divine, eternal, or highest intelligible soul – this is the immortal aspect purely...
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    Poll! You are the only one I know who thinks that the...

    You are the only one I know who thinks that the only changes are those produced by cross-breeding and down-breeding (whatever that is!). I guess then you reject the ideas of evolution and devolution...
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    Poll! Re: On The So-Called 'Race Soul' [Evola]

    But that is more smoke and mirrors. That context is common sense. But what of the other two contexts? Be they life after death and magick, more the latter, but obviously both unconnected to breeding....
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    Poll! Naturally, I strongly disagree with everything...

    Naturally, I strongly disagree with everything you wrote in this post.

    I answered all relevant questions, but you have not done what I asked which was to read the books which I told you to read...
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    Poll! Re: On The So-Called 'Race Soul' [Evola]

    I am going to ignore your comments on Hermetism and Hyperborean and Northern Tradition of which you have zero understanding. I will instead focus on the following matter.

    You have been saying...
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    Poll! Re: On The So-Called 'Race Soul' [Evola]

    As usual, you have no clue what you're talking about. The ONE TRADITION is synonymous with its HYPERBOREAN ORIGINS, as expressed also in the religion and mythology of the Norse, Celtic, Slavic,...
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    Poll! Re: On The So-Called 'Race Soul' [Evola]

    I said in the original Hermetic/Traditional/Evolian sense...not the counterfeit modern sense which tries to smash and transform "Magico-Religious" concepts into science, psychology and materialism....
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    Poll! Re: On The So-Called 'Race Soul' [Evola]

    Actually, in this sense, what you were referring to as the spirit and the soul was mostly the body. You really made little if any distinction between the spirit, soul, and body, and made no mention...
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    Re: Hermetic Virtual Library

    The Divine Pymander is essential reading for all seekers of the Truth!

    I have a copy of Westcott's Collectanea Hermetica in which is the Everard translation altered slightly by the editor. That...
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    Poll! Re: On The So-Called 'Race Soul'

    We've been down this road before. Your placing beliefs onto my philosophy which I don't actually believe but which is based on a literal misunderstanding of all the terms and concepts that I've been...
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    Re: Schuon on Gnosis

    Schuon on the Psychological Imposture

    What we term "psychological imposture" is the tendency to reduce everything to psychological factors and to call in question not only what is intellectual or...
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    Poll! Re: On The So-Called 'Race Soul' [Evola]

    This would only be true from a linear perspective rather than the cyclic.

    Nature worship, instinct, will, sentiment...does not lead to samadhi.

    In all traditional mythologies nature and the...
  13. Sophia Perennis According to Frithjof Schuon

    What is Sophia Perennis?
    according to Frithjof Schuon

    The Sophia Perennis is to know the total Truth and, consequently, to will the Good and love Beauty; and this in conformity to this Truth,...
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    Frithjof Schuon: Gnosis Is Not Just Anything

    Gnosis Is Not Just Anything
    Frithjof Schuon
    (In To Have a Center, World Wisdom Books, 1990, page 67)

    It is a fact that too many authors — we would almost say: general opinion — attribute to...
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    Poll! Re: On The So-Called 'Race Soul'

    I think the readers of this thread might learn something from Guenon and Coomaraswamy and Evola. In Door in the Sky we read:

    "The instinctive appetites of wild animals and of men whose lives are...
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    Re: Is Rune-Casting a 'Low Art'? [split from 'On the Race-Soul']

    Alright, you win. Traditionalists don't know anything about tradition or even if there is a tradition, which to think so would be un-traditional. And yes, we are all suffering from what Suut rightly...
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    Re: The Mage versus The Philosopher [Split from 'On the Race-Soul]

    Alright, you win. Traditionalists don't know anything about tradition or even if there is a tradition, which to think so would be un-traditional. And yes, we are all suffering from what Suut rightly...
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    Re: Is Rune-Casting a 'Low Art'? [split from 'On the Race-Soul']

    The problem with reaction against the supernatural science and the unfair and erroneous claim that it "opposes the body," is that Odin sacrificed himself to himself. If he and his body/mind were...
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    Re: On The So-Called 'Race Soul'

    If you have been following these threads from the beginning I made direct statements as to alchemy being pretty much universal and a science. I stand behind these statements as I didn't come to learn...
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    Re: Is Rune-Casting a 'Low Art'? [split from 'On the Race-Soul']

    Talking with you is like speaking to a brick wall but worse, since the wall doesn't irritate as much, nor does it do so intentionally. Here you people keep referring to this article as a "Utopian...
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    Re: Is Rune-Casting a 'Low Art'? [split from 'On the Race-Soul']

    My opinion on the runes can be summed up as follows.

    The runes belong to the class of magical alphabets, which are symbolic of the universe. When Odin hung on the World Tree and beheld the runes...
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    Re: Is Rune-Casting a 'Low Art'? [split from 'On the Race-Soul']

    This looks like it came from a wiccan site or a dungeons and dragons board game.

    The problem with reconstructionists is that they rely on a "scripture/bible" which is open to unlimited...
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    Re: Is Rune-Casting a 'Low Art'? [split from 'On the Race-Soul']

    I would like to put all of these debates to rest once and for all.

    After serious consideration, one must come eventually to the conclusion that a lower degree initiate cannot accurately judge the...
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    Re: The Mage versus The Philosopher [Split from 'On the Race-Soul]

    You are arrogant to think that you have the right to challange me or anyone on this matter. That is how I felt the moment you started asking questions to "test me" but I figure why not. All you have...
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    Re: Is Rune-Casting a 'Low Art'? [split from 'On the Race-Soul']

    Further evidence that you don't know what you're talking about. You don't believe in anything divine and eternal so you instead attempt to transform everything that deals with such into something...
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