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Serrano and Evola



The photo above was taken about a month and a half before I first went to Hartsfell and saw the supernatural entities.


The day before, I had invoked Miguel Serrano—indeed, I asked CG Jung, Miguel Serrano, Julius Evola, and Alan Watts to guide my quest for the Grail.


The object above is not lens flare, it was taken in a series of photos—and in no other shot does this object appear.


It’s a manifestation—Serrano manifested to me to guide me on my quest.



The key difference between Serrano and Evola is over CG Jung.


Serrano worshipped Jung—until, late in life, he learned that Jung was a Freemason, worked for the OSS (agent 488), and had a Jewish secretary who controlled his work.


Evola always rejected Jung—because he still worked in “profane psychology”, as Guénon would put it, where the dark and evil lower depths “the unconscious” were seen as the basis for everything and to be explored.


For Evola and Guénon, everything had to come from above—Jung reduced spirit down to matter, even if he was more spiritual than Freud and didn’t reduce it all to sex.


You see the difference in the attitudes taken by Evola and Jung to Africa—Jung loved Africa and was invigorated by it, whereas Evola saw it as spiritual darkness dominated by perverted rhythms.


However, Jung learned everything he knew about Hermeticism and the Grail from two pamphlets by Evola—and he acknowledged his debt.


The tension between Serrano and Evola originates in the fact that the UR Group, from which Evola’s magic came, was based on the magic of Éliphas Lévi—a former Catholic priest and admirer of de Maistre.


His real name was Alphonse Constant, but he adopted the Jewish name Éliphas Lévi for magical purposes—he is the font of modern magic, people like Crowley leaned on him.


So Evola’s magic is still influenced by Semitic ideas—the UR Group used the Bible as a touchstone, and Guénon was sympathetic (coming from an Abrahamic perspective).


Evola isn’t as “racist” as Serrano—he says “the idea” is everything, greater than matter.


What he means is not a belief, but rather that people initiated into a superior spiritual dimension—these “people of the idea” are the true elite, a people who should rule over a renewed Roman Empire.


This is in line with Italian Fascism, of which Evola was a fellow-traveller—because Italian Fascism was not particularly “racist”, it was more about a dynamic idea and the spiritual nation.


Evola’s racial theories were all about “spiritual race”. I read his book on race, only available in Italian, and there is no coherent system to it—you could say he thinks it’s possible to be a European stuck in a Jewish body; and it’s that “spiritual race” that’s determinate.


Yet in other places he’s very dismissive of black Africans as such.


Serrano gives priority to blood—blood as a spiritual agent, whereas for Evola it’s all about the idea.


It’s in line with Guénon, because he says that the Hindu caste system refers only to “spiritual colour” not literal colour.


However, he forgets the basic principle “as above, so below”—people who are spiritually white should be physically white as well, otherwise the symbolism breaks down.


That’s not to reduce it to matter, just to what we see around us—much as we can talk about dog breeds without reference to genetics.


Of course, neither Serrano nor Evola (let alone Jung) knew what the Grail is—which I do, it being the mantra for justice and I having that mantra (and that mantra being my mantra).


Evola came from Sicily, the most negrified part of Italy, and was not a real baron—that was a magical affectation.


Guénon was also a Latin—and looked somewhat like a mouse.


Jung and Serrano were Nordic—and I think Jung and Serrano were closer to the truth, Serrano closer than Jung.


When Jung talked about “the descent” into the unconscious he recalled the Egyptian initiation—the descent into kemet. I don’t think Evola ever got that.


Conclusion: Serrano > Evola.


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