02-15-2013 | Average Mutants

"This restriction must be kept in mind. What I am about to say does not concern the ordinary man of our day. On the contrary, I have in mind the man who finds himself involved in today's world, even at its most problematic and paroxysimal points; yet he does not belong inwardly to such a world, nor will he give in to it. He feels himself, in essence, as belonging to a different race from that of the overwhelming majority of his contemporaries." -- Julius Evola, "Ride the Tiger."

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  1. Surreal to see you quoting Evola, but when have your blogs ever *not* been surreal?

    mikrotheos.blogspot.com has all of his texts en english.

  2. I am currently re-reading his Kali Yuga trilogy, finished "Revolt Against the Modern World," started "Men Among the Ruins," got "Ride the Tiger" in the mail. I seem to recall the last one was the best, which is good because the first two have been quite dry and idiosyncratic, with occasional blasts of inspiration.

  3. I was dicking around on Omegle's video chat during Christmas time, I ran into a guy playing old Nazi film footage with falling snow and Christmas bells. He was quite cynical about his place in the order if things, he said he was just here to find "insecure immature children" and communicate using the humor of Christmas to spread his message.

    Well we got to talking about Hegel's philosophy on the state and Franz von Stuck, when I mentioned Evola he immediately stopped the video and turned on his own cam. It just so happens he is an Italian, very cynical about the corruption in his government and his living conditions. He took strength from Emerson's Self Reliance, Evola and similar things whenever he had spare time to read.