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Post  Sputnik on Thu 02 Dec 2010, 03:18

Evola considered sex as being "the greatest magical force in nature", and he fiercely opposed homosexuality, viewing it as a dysfunctional undermining of the magnetic polarity and complementary nature of the two sexes, and thus of the possibility of erotic transcendence. "In a civilization where equality is the standard, where differences are not linked, where promiscuity is in favor, where the ancient idea of 'being true to oneself' means nothing anymore—in such a splintered and materialistic society, it is clear that this phenomenon of regression and homosexuality should be particularly welcome, and therefore it is no way a surprise to see the alarming increase in homosexuality and the 'third sex' in the latest 'democratic' period, or an increase in sex changes to an extent unparalleled in other eras" (The Metaphysics of Sex, p. 64).

Evola refers to Plotinus, who deemed homosexual loves to be shameful and abnormal, like diseases of degenerate persons "which do not arise from the essence of being and are not the outcome of the development thereof" (Enneads, III). Ancient Aryo-Zoroastrian view on homosexuality, as exemplified in the Vendidad, elicits Evola's full approval: sodomites were classed among the ranks of those criminals to be destroyed on the spot: "Four men can be put to death by any one without an order from the Dastur (high priest): the Nasu-burner (cannibal), the highwayman, the Sodomite, and the criminal taken in the deed" (Vendidad, 8:73-74[8]). With equal vehemence, Evola scorned modern pornography, denouncing it as "dreadfully squalid not only in the facts and scenes described, but in its essence" (The Metaphysics of Sex, p. 4).

I also believe sex to be the greatest magical force and in the "magnetic polarity and complementary nature of the two sexes", but I argue that the increase of Homosexuality is not linked to Democracy in any other way as that it's a less repressive social system, than say, any other form of government. I would not dare to say that I know if homosexuality is a dysfunctional state of ones psyche...do you? Maybe it is but I am glad homosexuals don't get hunted down these days and killed on the spot. If they are "sick", how sick is the mind of a person that wants to see the sick being punished? ...hating the sick wont help much.

I remain sceptical. Evola is a idealist, but I know mankind too well as not to acknowledge that it is especially the idealist himself that is part of the bigger problem, just like priests who are forced to a celibate life in a vain attempt to attain higher powers become some of the most depraved sexual predators. What I also can't find in Evola's work is on how he is to achieve his idealist ideas. He seems to glorify the past without being aware of the fact that he has no knowledge if that glorious past was really all that perfect..it was simply another time with other forms of social repression, and last but not least he does not seem to comprehend that he is only one idealist in a sea of many...as his thinking process seems to be quite absolutist, even though you say he isn't forcing anyone to agree with his ideas, he still pretends his assessment is the ultimate truth. To him his opinions are facts, because what one believes is all there is, listen to the vampire....you get my drift. Let's say I am just as opinionated like he was, with the difference of me differenciating between my opinion and truth based on irrefutable facts. He seems to think his opnions are the truth and are therfore applicable to everyone. I don't like this kind of attitude at all.

"...when homosexuality is not 'natural' or else cannot be explained in terms of incomplete, inborn forms of sexual development, it must have the character of a deviation, vice or a perversion."

Julius Evola "The Metaphysics of Sex."

A homophobic occultist.....who is to say homosexuals are not "normal" or "natural"
besides the obvious problem of not being able to recreate oneself in the flesh....

Is their sex less magical? I am not able to say..
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 02 Dec 2010, 04:09

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Evola considered sex as being "the greatest magical force in nature", and he fiercely opposed homosexuality, viewing it as a dysfunctional undermining of the magnetic polarity and complementary nature of the two sexes, and thus of the possibility of erotic transcendence. "In a civilization where equality is the standard, where differences are not linked, where promiscuity is in favor, where the ancient idea of 'being true to oneself' means nothing anymore—in such a splintered and materialistic society, it is clear that this phenomenon of regression and homosexuality should be particularly welcome, and therefore it is no way a surprise to see the alarming increase in homosexuality and the 'third sex' in the latest 'democratic' period, or an increase in sex changes to an extent unparalleled in other eras" (The Metaphysics of Sex, p. 64).

Evola refers to Plotinus, who deemed homosexual loves to be shameful and abnormal, like diseases of degenerate persons "which do not arise from the essence of being and are not the outcome of the development thereof" (Enneads, III). Ancient Aryo-Zoroastrian view on homosexuality, as exemplified in the Vendidad, elicits Evola's full approval: sodomites were classed among the ranks of those criminals to be destroyed on the spot: "Four men can be put to death by any one without an order from the Dastur (high priest): the Nasu-burner (cannibal), the highwayman, the Sodomite, and the criminal taken in the deed" (Vendidad, 8:73-74[8]). With equal vehemence, Evola scorned modern pornography, denouncing it as "dreadfully squalid not only in the facts and scenes described, but in its essence" (The Metaphysics of Sex, p. 4).

You are quoting somebody else quoting evola, and that is not an accurate way to form a judgement especially as the original works are available .
For example the last 2 sentences of your second quote above, they are taken from page 4 , now if you glance back up at the quotes i put on my previous post, you will see that i quote exactly from page 4 regarding that porn quote .
I put it to you, that if you cant detect how your quoters quote on evola is completly out of context and therfore misleading to what evola actually said about porn ...in its proper context... then we are really percieving from completly different states and unlikely to find much in alignment regarding him


I also believe sex to be the greatest magical force and in the "magnetic polarity and complementary nature of the two sexes", but I argue that the increase of Homosexuality is not linked to Democracy in any other way as that it's a less repressive social system, than say, any other form of government. I would not dare to say that I know if homosexuality is a dysfunctional state of ones psyche...do you? Maybe it is but I am glad homosexuals don't get hunted down these days and killed on the spot. If they are "sick", how sick is the mind of a person that wants to see the sick being punished? ...hating the sick wont help much.

If were talking about plotinus . then yes i agree with your opinion above on homos

I remain sceptical. Evola is a idealist, but I know mankind too well as not to acknowledge that it is especially the idealist himself that is part of the bigger problem, just like priests who are forced to a celibate life in a vain attempt to attain higher powers become some of the most depraved sexual predators. What I also can't find in Evola's work is on how he is to achieve his idealist ideas. He seems to glorify the past without being aware of the fact that he has no knowledge if that glorious past was really all that perfect..it was simply another time with other forms of social repression, and last but not least he does not seem to comprehend that he is only one idealist in a sea of many...as his thinking process seems to be quite absolutist, even though you say he isn't forcing anyone to agree with his ideas, he still pretends his assessment is the ultimate truth. To him his opinions are facts, because what one believes is all there is, listen to the vampire....you get my drift. Let's say I am just as opinionated like he was, with the difference of me differenciating between my opinion and truth based on irrefutable facts. He seems to think his opnions are the truth and are therfore applicable to everyone. I don't like this kind of attitude at all.
How can you truly say these things about him if you have not read a large portion of the works, unless you have recently , and remember im not his apologist or absolute supporter, i merely reported my affection and respect for him by the way he writes

"...when homosexuality is not 'natural' or else cannot be explained in terms of incomplete, inborn forms of sexual development, it must have the character of a deviation, vice or a perversion."

Julius Evola "The Metaphysics of Sex."

Seems a fair summary, is a deviation or a vice really only bad ? and a perversion , these are just signifiers of unatural or not normal as perceived by the writer, not necessary evil

A homophobic occultist.....who is to say homosexuals are not "normal" or "natural"
besides the obvious problem of not being able to recreate oneself in the flesh....
Anyone can say as they choose in a free society , you support that dont you ?

Is their sex less magical? I am not able to say..
Nor am i , maybe a homosexual can help us here if any visiting the site (:
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Re: Interesting Architecture ancient and modern

Post  Sputnik on Thu 02 Dec 2010, 04:19

In order to realize the microcosmic conditions for the expansion of power of the ADI BUDDHA, an androgynous body of a yogi is needed, that is, the internalization of the maha mudra (inner woman) which we have described above. This obsessive conception, that absolute power can be conjured up through the “mystic marriage” of the masculine and feminine principles within a single person, also had European alchemy in its thrall. We are once again confronted with an event which plays so central a role in both cultures (Western and Eastern) that the equation Tantrism = alchemy ought to be taken most seriously. At the end of the “great work” (opus magnum) of the Westerners we likewise encounter that transpersonal and omnipotent super being of whom it is said that it is “at the same time the controlling principle (masculine) and the controlled principle (feminine) and therefore androgynous” (Evola, 1989, p. 48).

This guy cracks me up, what a jerk pig

I think anyone who knows even a little bit about tantra disagrees with his notion of the femine being the "controlled principle"..that's a man with a deep problem right there.

The masculine is the electrical and the feminine is the magnetic principle..it is the magnetic power that binds electricity, my dad is a electrical engineer, ask him if you are not certain.

In technical terms it is actually the other way around if one wants to talk about "control".

Ask QSC, (about chi and yin yang principle) women basically "suck" the energy of men...., the masculine is bound by attraction to the feminine, she gives him DIRECTION.
One needs the other, none is "controlled" as both keep each other in motion.

Thanks! I am really done with this CHARLATAN. lol!
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 02 Dec 2010, 22:54

Lada wrote:
In order to realize the microcosmic conditions for the expansion of power of the ADI BUDDHA, an androgynous body of a yogi is needed, that is, the internalization of the maha mudra (inner woman) which we have described above. This obsessive conception, that absolute power can be conjured up through the “mystic marriage” of the masculine and feminine principles within a single person, also had European alchemy in its thrall. We are once again confronted with an event which plays so central a role in both cultures (Western and Eastern) that the equation Tantrism = alchemy ought to be taken most seriously. At the end of the “great work” (opus magnum) of the Westerners we likewise encounter that transpersonal and omnipotent super being of whom it is said that it is “at the same time the controlling principle (masculine) and the controlled principle (feminine) and therefore androgynous” (Evola, 1989, p. 48).

This guy cracks me up, what a jerk pig

I think anyone who knows even a little bit about tantra disagrees with his notion of the femine being the "controlled principle"..that's a man with a deep problem right there.
If you look at the words preceding that "controlled principle" you will find .......of whom it is said that it is.....so that is evola presenting someone elses conception .....you dig mein friend

The masculine is the electrical and the feminine is the magnetic principle..it is the magnetic power that binds electricity, my dad is a electrical engineer, ask him if you are not certain.
A changing electric field creates a changing magnetic field , a changing magnetic field creates a changing electric field
Actually , if you had read Eatmos, you would have read evolas comments in magnetic attraction which i already typed out and posted on the other forum but did not repeat that feat this time.
And masculine and feminine are in both sexes


In technical terms it is actually the other way around if one wants to talk about "control".

Ask QSC, (about chi and yin yang principle) women basically "suck" the energy of men...., the masculine is bound by attraction to the feminine, she gives him DIRECTION.
One needs the other, none is "controlled" as both keep each other in motion.

Thanks! I am really done with this CHARLATAN. lol!

Thank you, i can see we completly disagree on Mr Evola, and thats just fine by me, you dont know what your missing , and what you dont know wont be missed (:
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Post  Sputnik on Fri 03 Dec 2010, 00:40

I know...it's hard for everybody to admit certain things...you know I only mean well. Smile
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Post  Sputnik on Tue 30 Aug 2011, 09:19

I didn't realize Germany was so...religious.

Hmmm...Germany is sort of handicaped. Most people will treat it as a private issue, some will scream they're atheist..some will attend christian church, be it Lutheran or in the south, Catholic......but being in the centre of Europe, Germany has a vast regligious history, yet it's people seem so unattached from their own past...what I mean is...the vast majority can't identify their own distinctive spiritual culture....and I might add....christianity seems to be the only acceptable remnant of spiritual expression.

Once I 'expressed' the Runes and was immediatly asked if I am a NAZI. By a german women...and when I explained to her that the Nazi's only misused the Runes...and that they surely aren't the creator's of them...she insisted that only Nazi's dare to use the Runes. It was useless to explain to her the origins of the Runes...

Germans are mentally driven people, not very spiritual...not even religious...for that, one has to visit the south of Europe were people are still more integrated into their ancient traditions...
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 07 Apr 2012, 03:00

"Thats the reason for studies just like this one " HeHe

Early footage of Jim Morrison being kinda rejected and educated

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 02 Jun 2012, 10:44

The Egyptian Pin in Paris


Moulon Rouge in Paris


The Royal Palace in Amsterdam


Is this the oldest modern gymnasium in the world in Amsterdam ?
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sun 01 Jul 2012, 00:00

THE SHARD , Londons new Glass Pyramid billed as the tallest building in the EU

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Tue 14 Aug 2012, 01:33

Would love to visit this site , dumbfounding mystery

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Possible new pyramid structures located in Egypt detected through google earth , This is a good site for google earth anomalies
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Mon 15 Apr 2013, 00:14

St John the Divine Cathedral = Freaky

The destruction of New York city (including the Twin Towers) sculpted right on the building… Strange occult symbols on the floor… Weird rituals being performed in the sanctuary… Home of the Temple of Understanding which admittedly seeks to instate a new world religion… This cathedral is definitively “different”, as some people might say. But the “difference” lies in the fact that the cathedral is in fact a temple of Neo-Pagan-Bordeline-Satanic-the-Environment-is-more-important-than-human-life beliefs. I personally couldn’t care less about each individual’s beliefs, but to trick unsuspecting church goers into an occult house of worship is nothing less than Evil.

The Apocalyptic Pillar
On the western facade of the building, stonemasons have sculpted numerous scenes that seem oddly out of place for a Cathedral. The most striking one is the chilling depiction of the destruction of New York city and its landmarks.


The scene above was done in 1997, four years before the destruction of the Twin Towers. Other recognizable skyscrapers are the Chrysler Building and the Citigroup center.

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Post  Sputnik on Mon 15 Apr 2013, 22:32

Flames wrote:Lada - Out of curiosity, what is the religious preference of Croatia, as of today? I know very little of that country.

Roman Catholic with a local touch...

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 20 Apr 2013, 02:51

Roman Catholic with a local touch...
from vulnerable trainees as in other RC pits i guess Twisted Evil
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sat 20 Apr 2013, 11:09

local = my personal intimate no-touchy places.
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Post  Sputnik on Sun 21 Apr 2013, 10:38

you can be sure that catholicism in Europe is quite different from catholicism in Latin America etc..

I am sure you've noticed that I am not the "catho-religious type" but rather a purely
--->cultural<--- Catholic...

Nobody choses the family or culture they're born in...and it would be fatally stupid to deny that ones invironment has also a strong impact on ones own life.

"Local touch" is always the thing they couldn't completely ethnically cleanse out, so they were forced to "integrate" that to a certain extent...

Like the saxony churches still have the IRMINSUL...and ancient tribal symbol of the worldtree..
In Latin and South America catholicism is mixed with local worship Santeria etc.
The Roma of South of France mixed their own Madonna KALI version into the cultural blend.

The list goes on and on....

I guessed you asked me about Croatia today...not about my own spiritual inclination?
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Post  Sputnik on Sun 21 Apr 2013, 11:06

Freemasonry has it's roots in the Culture of the Medici's..

The Medici's were the very creators of the Renaissance!

Most people don't know today that the Renaissance would have never happened without this ruling class family from Florence, let alone all the art that it produced..

matter of fact, their artists added 'PERSPECTIVE' into artistic expression.

In those days artists did paint anything UNLESS they were commissioned to..

Who comissioned Leonardo da Vinci, Filippo Lippi, Michelangelo and Galileo Galilei?

(only to name a few) --- exactly! The House of Medici

Now that is a great cultural *Renaissance* - of what actually?

Renaissance: "great period of revival of classical-based art and learning in Europe
from Old French renaissance, literally "rebirth," from renaître "be born again"!

As you can see, revival of past cultural achievement in arts and technology...

Charlemagne tried to christianize the Saxons with such a brutal force it literally exterminated this germanic tribe...it took the first "king of Europe" 30 years to eradicate Saxon resistance..but in the end even he had to realize that he could not delete their CULTURAL identity completely...the surviving Saxons at that time were granted some form of autonomy in exchange for their political loyalty, and pagan culture...as much as it was driven back...was never destroyed completely..

From where else could the Renaissance spring forth and spread all across Europe
if not from those germinating "local touches"..and the older the roots of culture the richer it's people are. And this includes cultural catholic regions as well.

Croatia has had it's share of providing Roman Emperors, I think it was 3 but maybe even 4, so our culture goes all the way back to antiquity. Pre-historic tradition and knowledge is likely present even today - in one way or another.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sun 21 Apr 2013, 23:55

Pre-historic tradition and knowledge is likely present even today - in one way or another.
Kept under lock and key in aristocratic mansions and vat city mostly but not all

The germans have been very impressive at germinating high technology





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Post  Sputnik on Mon 22 Apr 2013, 11:34

Yes. I think it was Charlemagne & co who initiated the mistranslation of the Bible and adding some useful fantasy interpretations...kinda funny that todays elites themselves are often unable to differentiate between facts and their fiction...
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