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Julius Evola: The Mask and Face of Contemporary Spiritualism

The Arktos crew discusses the publication of an original Arktos translation of Julius Evola’s review of contemporary spiritualism, The Mask and Face of Contemporary Spiritualism.

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  1. Generally a good talk, but a rather romantic, naive understanding of the spiritual world and what actually goes on in reality. If you start getting attacked by spirits for diving into black magic, remember to go back to Christ, for He is the only one who can help you. With what I have seen and experienced, I can tell you you are playing with fire… literally.

    1. Dear rae, I totally agree with you.
      Also I like to say that the critic against Rudolf Steiner is completely unfair. It will be really helpful for the movement to study Spiritual Science (Anthropo – Sophia).
      Greetings to all from Greece!

  2. May I ask why this work is no longer available so soon after publication, and if and when will it next be available? Thank you.

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