A book that describes the ongoing, titanic and eternal battle between Gods and Devils, between dark forces and the coming Hyperborean age. A voice beckoning the Hyperborean archetype, urging those who understand to fight against the eternal Enemy. A catalyst for the Memory of the Blood setting one on the Hyperborean path of enlightenment.
“Manu is a Divinity who returns to re-initiate a new Cycle of Manifestation, to incarnate yet again in man. He comes as the Lawgiver and Father of a Root-Race. (Hence the Code of the Laws of Manu). And he is a man, a Divinity made man; he is the man who comes, ‘who will come’ after the catastrophe, the Twilight of the Gods and Heroes, in the Eternal Return.” – Miguel Serrano
Here are 100 verses that explain, in depth, the initial aim of Esoteric Hitlerism, the
birth of the Son of Man, and the clothing of the Astral Body with Immortality. These verses were translated years before “The Golden Cord” and “The Ultimate Avatar” were published in English. Everything one needs to know about Esoteric Hitlerism is found within these pages.
The new book by Jason Thompkins covers all the topics within Esoteric Hitlerism and the more difficult terrains of the Hyperborean Path of A-Mor. The author is clearly a follower of Miguel Serrano, but this book takes it even further. All unanswered questions are revealed within the esoteric writings of Jason Thompkins. Everything you have ever wanted to know about Thule, Hyperborea, A-Mor, The Black Sun, The UFO, The Green Ray and where we come from to where we are going. It is all covered here.
Guido von List
Originally published in the 1920s as a companion volume to List’s major work The Secret of the Runes, this book provides a general outline of his religious philosophy. From etymology to comparative religion, List employs an impressive range of study to explain the principles of Armanism.
A compilation of short articles by Miguel Serrano, with additional interviews and excerpts from various sources never before published in English. The selected works cover a wide range of subjects, providing an introductory overview of Serrano’s esoteric philosophy. This is a facsimile edition.
Guenon sets out to describe the true Lord of the World; an entity present in many esoteric traditions who functions as the Regent of God, exercising the material and spiritual authority of the Deity on this planet. A book for all those interested in Agarttha, Shambhala, and the underlying unity of all mystical traditions.
René Guénon was one of the great luminaries of the twentieth century, whose critique of the modern world has stood fast against the shifting sands of intellectual fashion. This version of Guénon’s seminal work on esotericism is reprinted with permission from Wewelsburg Archives.
Guido von List
Written as an introduction to List’s basic ideas, The Secret of the Runes contains examples of virtually all of his major philosophical themes. No other work so clearly and simply sets forth the full spectrum of his fantastic vision of a mystical philosophy based on ancient Germanic principles.
In The Reign of Quantity, Guénon seeks to understand “some of the darkest enigmas of the modern world, enigmas which the world itself denies because it is incapable of perceiving them although it carries them within itself, and because this denial is an indispensable condition for the maintenance of the special mentality whereby it exists.”
This controversial “lost” history tells of a great island continent in northern Europe inhabited by a highly civilized race during the third millennium BC. The island was later destroyed by an immense catastrophe, but enough of its inhabitants escaped to carry their civilization elsewhere.
Solzhenitsyn’s last book is a history of the Jews in Russia. While the first chapter goes back into the mists of history, and the first appearance of Jews in Russia during the first millennium A.D., his main focus is on the 19th and 20th centuries. This complete English version is extremely rare due to its suppression in the West.
The primeval mother goddess cult exists to this day in modern freemasonry and christianity and has embodied itself in the institutions of democratic secular society.
In this compilation of Evola’s writings matriarchy is unveiled in its origins and analogs in character types and cultural phenomena as well as the very structure of modernity.
It is essential to understand what matriarchy is, through what channels it was given birth and what solutions still exist in the nadir of the Kali Yuga to rectify the problem.
This early science fiction novel offers a fascinating vision of an underworld populated by creatures resembling the angels of Christian scripture. These beings live underground, but are planning soon to claim the surface of the earth as their own – destroying humankind in the process.
The Crisis of the Modern World is Guénon’s most direct application of traditional metaphysical principles to the field of social criticism. Here, Guénon analyzes the ‘Western deviation’ representing a loss of tradition, rampant individualism and general social chaos. This is a facsimile edition.
The world knows Richard Wagner as a daring musical genius; a few know him as a poet who wrote the poems for his own dramas; fewer still know him as a writer, philosopher and mystic. His voluminous prose works, including The Artwork of the Future and Judaism in Music, are presented here in English.
Sir George Cox
First published in 1870, this book was immediately established as one of the definitive works on comparative mythology. From the Introduction: “The purpose of this work is to exhibit clearly and with sufficient fullness the general characteristics of Aryan mythology.” This is a facsimile edition.
Through his work at the Critica journal, Gentile sought to re-establish the tradition of philosophical studies in Italy. The present work outlines his view on the danger of naturalism in popular thought and the significance of idealistic philosophy as a necessary response. This is a facsimile edition.
The Resurrection of the Hero by Miguel Serrano is the newest English translation made available of his works. This book, probably more than any of his others, delves deeply into the origins of ‘religion’ and it’s true meaning. Serrano takes the reader through religion’s inner, esoteric, alchemical and astrological meanings. Beginning with the most ancient Mithraism to Zarathustra, Kristianism and beyond (the Age of Aquarius, the Age of the Ultimate Avatar); you will come to see that all dying and resurrected Gods are zodiacal weapons for the Heroes to fight with. The new Futhark has been revealed, the reader will enter the world of the Archetype, the Avatar, and perhaps even find an exit, a window, a strategic departure from the Eternal Return. This edition also includes photos that have been translated into English from the original Spanish work. The Resurrection of the Hero will quickly become a ‘must have’ for the esoteric National Socialist.
This compilation of the writings of Baron Julius Evola is designed to give the reader a pragmatic compass for navigating the “corrosive waters” of this world. It presents a selection from his works that steers one towards higher existence while remaining engaged in this world on the frontline of the cultural war.
These selections show the obstacles to be overcome and the means of their overcoming. They represent a map of immanent transcendence – not as escapism into a false heaven through pacifistic cowardice, but as an armory from which one can gird himself to fight against the current of disintegration and its agents.
They assist the reader in knowing the enemy and in knowing himself, to “become who he is” – an aristocrat of the soul, an Aryan.
Evola considered Buddhism a spiritually active counterpart to the more passive theistic religions. In this examination of its most ancient form, he describes various techniques for liberation from the world of maya, and their place in the larger metaphysical context of Buddhist eschatology.
On Benefits, written between 56 and 64 CE, is a treatise addressed to Seneca’s close friend Aebutius Liberalis. It is the longest of Seneca’s works dealing with a single topic – specifically, the giving and receiving of gifts and how to express gratitude appropriately. This is a facsimile edition.
Heraclitus of Ephesos (c. 500 BC) was an early pre-Socratic philosopher who believed that life was characterized by strife and change. The surviving fragments of his work suggest that he understood change as synonymous with life, and stressed the importance of waking to the actual meaning of one’s life.
Meditations is a series of personal writings by the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (121 – 180 AD), setting forth his ideas on philosophy and the human condition. It is believed that he wrote this collection of 12 books as a source for his own guidance and self-improvement.
Written during the early 1870s and intended mostly as prefaces, the essays contained in this volume pertain to Greek philosophy. These writings also provide new insight on Nietzsche’s own philosophy, as many of his later philosophical tenets can be found throughout. This is a facsimile edition.
In this important philosophical work, Gentile speculates about the relationship of phenomena and human consciousness. He proposes that our world is ultimately a structure of consciousness, and exists only through consciousness rather than independent of it. This is a facsimile edition.