JULIUS EVOLA INTRODUCTION TO MAGIC PDF

Introduction to Magic. Rituals and Practical Techniques for the Magus. By (author ) Julius Evola By (author) The UR Group. Introduction to Magic. Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola. The title of this book could be a bit misleading, as it’s fair to say that the majority of the articles in this book. Updated to include the text, Evola’s notes and a missing section. Note that the In the final article of Book three of the Introduction to Magic, Julius Evola .

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I must thank The Elders of the Black Sun for bringing this piece and Evola in general to my attention. Rituals and Practical Techniques for the Magus.

The unleashing of Evola onto the American esoteric community has been a blast of long-needed fresh air; those with the will and vision to make the Ascent will find in him a great mentor.

One can be quite certain that it will still have readers centuries from now. Phil rated it liked it Jun 29, I read the book from page to page and when I finished I felt that I have understood perhaps sixty percent at most!

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English translation Original Language: A controversial philosopher and critic of modern Western civilization, Julius Evola wrote widely on Eastern religions, alchemy, sexuality, politics, and mythology. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Sign up and get a free eBook! His descriptions of subtle states and the practices that lead to them are as lucid as these difficult subjects allow.

Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. The collection of essays on magical theory and practice by Evola and his associates set a standard by which future works appearing in the English-speaking occult world will be judged.

A mighty book, like a torrent, that sweeps paltry modern ideas away. Now for the first time in English Introduction to Magic collects the rites, practices, and knowledge of the UR group for the use of aspiring mages. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions ibtroduction x 26mm During his trial inEvola denied being a Fascist and instead referred to himself as a “superfascist”.

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If you are going into this work, expect that you will find quick summaries of theory and loads of practice. Revolt Against the Modern World.

Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Morning Star rated it it was amazing Aug 10, A difficult but erudite tome that really fills in the introdcution for an area of modern occult thought Italy in early- to mid-century that is often overlooked by practitioners and students of Anglophone works. To ask other readers questions about Introduction to Magicplease sign up. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.

Often when one finds books on this topic one ends up with some New-Age mumbo-jumbo. His descriptions of magicc states and the practices that lead to them are as lucid as these difficult subjects allow. I want to like Evola, I really do. Don’t have a Kindle? Inner Traditions June 7, Language: A mighty book, like a torrent, that sweeps paltry modern ideas away.