“Neither pleasure nor pain should enter as motives when one must do what must be done.” — Julius Evola

“Neither pleasure nor pain should enter as motives when one must do what must be done.” — Julius Evola

“Neither pleasure nor pain should enter as motives when one must do what must be done.” — Julius Evola

“Neither pleasure nor pain should enter as motives when one must do what must be done.” — Julius Evola

“Myth is the means by which the traditional world expressed the ultimate significance of being.” – Julius Evola

“Myth is the means by which the traditional world expressed the ultimate significance of being.” – Julius Evola

“Let us leave modern men to their ‘truths’ and let us only be concerned about one thing: to keep standing amid a world of ruins.” — Julius Evola May 19th 1898 - June 11th 1974

“Let us leave modern men to their ‘truths’ and let us only be concerned about one thing: to keep standing amid a world of ruins.” — Julius Evola May 19th 1898 - June 11th 1974

“The fact that the monarchy does not appear ‘current’ proved not progress but regression: it means that a certain part of humanity has fallen so low that it is no longer at the height of such an institution.”  — Julius Evola, quoted in Totalité, No. 26, 1986.

“The fact that the monarchy does not appear ‘current’ proved not progress but regression: it means that a certain part of humanity has fallen so low that it is no longer at the height of such an institution.” — Julius Evola, quoted in Totalité, No. 26, 1986.

“The substance of every true and stable political organism is something resembling an Order, a Männerbund in charge of the principle of the imperium, comprising men who see loyalty as the basis of their honor.” — Julius Evola, Men Among the Ruins

“The substance of every true and stable political organism is something resembling an Order, a Männerbund in charge of the principle of the imperium, comprising men who see loyalty as the basis of their honor.” — Julius Evola, Men Among the Ruins

Julius Evola was also a darling  of Italy’s post-Fascist terrorists of the 1960s and 1970s ... AND on Steve Bannon's reading list!

Thinker loved by fascists like Mussolini is on Stephen Bannon’s reading list

Julius Evola was also a darling of Italy’s post-Fascist terrorists of the 1960s and 1970s ... AND on Steve Bannon's reading list!

“In modern civilization everything tends to suffocate the heroic sense of life. — Julius Evola, Meditations on the Peaks, 1930-1955

“In modern civilization everything tends to suffocate the heroic sense of life. — Julius Evola, Meditations on the Peaks, 1930-1955

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