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    Your Thoughts on Miguel Serrano?

    I have a question and I thought someone on here would be able to answer it. (Forum Admin.-I had no idea where to put this thread, so please forgive me if it's in the wrong place.) I recently bought a book by an author named Miguel Serrano. I'm sure someone on here has read his works before and since I know so little about this man, I need to know if he is considered to be a "mainstream" author. In other words, would this guy be considered a nut within academic circles or is his work respectable enough to cite in a "serious" research capacity. The reason I'm asking is that his bio on the book I have reads that he worked for the UN and lists some impressive reviews from respectable literary sources and so forth, and then on the internet I am also pulling up stuff on this guy that says he was in some type of contact with dead people. I just need to know if this person is considered to be a "serious" academic or a flake. If I use his work as a source and he is some type of nut, I need to know that in advance so I don't make a big fool out of myself in a public setting. Thank you in advance for helping me on this.

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    Okay, never mind. I just pulled up a listing on the internet of all his publications. It seems the book I have is one of his earlier ones and was published by a mainstream company (Schocken) in 1966. After that, his books seem to have gotten out of control. I can't use him or I'll get in trouble.

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    Fortunately, I'm not looking at a book like what you just described. The book I have in my hands contains mostly letters he exchanged with Hermann Hesse and Carl Jung. Evidently this was before he starterd writing all the other crazy stuff I pulled up last night on the internet. I wanted to cite three of those letters, but if I decide to mention anything to do with Serrano at all, it will only be footnoted and start with something like "the eccentric Chilian author, Miguel Serrano, who later developed Nazi sympathies, blah blah blah......."

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    Nos: Book of the Resurrection (translated, from the Spanish Nos: Libro de la Resurrección, in collaboration with the author by Gela Jacobson) is a book by Miguel Serrano. The author states in the introduction: "it is neither a poem, nor a novel, nor a philosophical essay, although it contains a little of each of these."

    In it Lucifer is defined as he "whom others have called" Apollo, Abraxas, Siva, and Quetzalcoatl, also Odin-Wotan (and to the Cathars, Luci-Bel). "He came down from the Morning Star, Venus." As leader of the losing side of a stellar battle, he descended to the North Pole where he founded Ultima Thule, the capital of Hyperborea. The Grail is identified as having been a jewel which fell from his crown (broken by the sword of the enemy during his battle in the heavens). "He is the God of the Losers in the Kaliyuga" and "the supreme Guide of the Pilgrims of the Dawn" who will be the victor "when the Golden Age returns."
    Definately not accepted by mainstream society... :

    But crazy? Nooooo. 0000:
    The third shall be the final and decisive one.

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    He who knows not, and knows that he knows not, is a child - teach him.
    He who knows, and knows not that he knows, is asleep - wake him.
    He who knows, and knows that he knows, is wise - follow him.

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    He certainly is an interesting author, and something as objective as his letters might go over as an academic citation, but I am sure you are right that he is much too eccentric for popular consideration. If you want to have a look at a yahoo group devoted to him that contains a lot of information, see:

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/miguelserrano/

    He is often cited alongside Evola if that comparison is of any help...

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    Quote Originally Posted by White Iceland
    He certainly is an interesting author, and something as objective as his letters might go over as an academic citation, but I am sure you are right that he is much too eccentric for popular consideration. If you want to have a look at a yahoo group devoted to him that contains a lot of information, see:

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/miguelserrano/

    He is often cited alongside Evola if that comparison is of any help...
    Thank you for this! You wouldn't happen to know if this man is still alive? (I am showing he was born in 1917 and there is no death date listed on the internet or anywhere else that I can find.) I was wondering if I might be able to contact him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IvyLeaguer
    Thank you for this! You wouldn't happen to know if this man is still alive? (I am showing he was born in 1917 and there is no death date listed on the internet or anywhere else that I can find.) I was wondering if I might be able to contact him.
    Seems so.
    Thinking of quoting the writer of "Adolf Hitler, el último avatãra"?

    Maybe try a chilean embassy..?
    They should atleast have some clue how to find their retired colleague.


    A bit surprising that the powers that be havent had him arrested and sent for a mock trial yet..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikki
    A bit surprising that the powers that be havent had him arrested and sent for a mock trial yet..
    Why? There are many safe havens for Nazis in Chile and Argentina.

    Quote Originally Posted by IvyLeaguer
    You wouldn't happen to know if this man is still alive? (I am showing he was born in 1917 and there is no death date listed on the internet or anywhere else that I can find.) I was wondering if I might be able to contact him.
    Yes, Miguel Serrano is still very much alive.
    The third shall be the final and decisive one.

    He who knows not, and knows not that he knows not, is a fool - shun him.
    He who knows not, and knows that he knows not, is a child - teach him.
    He who knows, and knows not that he knows, is asleep - wake him.
    He who knows, and knows that he knows, is wise - follow him.

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