Terror Against The Demiurge | Alexander Dugin

Mysticism anarchists rests on a special Gnostic formula. The gist of it boils down to this: there is not one reality, hierarchically arranged, harmonious, good in itself, but two (or more). Immanent reality rests on usurpation, on the attempt to pass the worst for the best, the only and uncontested. And so the immanent power is the power ontologically wrong, unjust, evil. The early Gnostics relied on the Apostle Paul “because our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of darkness of this age, against spiritual maliceheaven” the Epistle of the Holy Apostle Paul “TO the EPHESIANS” Chapter 6 (similar the mind Jn.12,31; Jn.14,30; Eph.2). The Christian version of the Gnostic anarchism rests on this Foundation.

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Guenon and Marx: the unity of opposites

At first glance, Marx, and Guenon are dominated by a certain linearity in the views on development. The first prevails in the ascending line, the second – descending. Marx sees history as the sequential ascent through different formations, the highest – Communist. Guénon insists that there is a “caste degradation, and humanity itself is heading inexorably towards its end, which is the end of a cosmic cycle.

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Natella Speranskaya on Rene Guenon

The Metaphysical protest that led Guenon to opposition with the modern Western civilization, and Evola – to open rebellion against the foundations of the modern world, necessarily implies a willingness to stake one’s own life. The principles to which they remained loyal, were not temporal categories, not hastily proclaimed slogans, and pillars of their worldview and guiding principles of their existence.

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