Book Reviews Category

Sun and Steel – Yukio Mishima

I have read Yukio Mishima’s classic, Sun and Steel. Below are some interesting insights I found in the book. This is the first book by Mishima I read, and thus, these are only my first impressions of his writings. Should I read more of his books, I might return to the subject with a deeper […]

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Crusade Against the Grail by Otto Rahn

I have read Crusade Against the Grail by Otto Rahn. It was first published in 1933 as Kreuzzug gegen den Gral. Since I already read Rahn’s second book, Lucifer’s Court (review here, I recommend you to read that first), I thought it was reasonable to read his first book as well. Just as I noted […]

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Redeeming Lucifer – Book Review

I have read Redeeming Lucifer by Swedish historian and author Lennart Svensson. The title caught my attention, especially since I was intrigued by Otto Rahn’s Lucifers Court, which I made a book review on (available here). Redeeming Lucifer is a fictional work with plenty of esoteric and spiritual themes. Without giving too much away, the […]

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A Few Notes on Julius Evola – Metaphysics of Power

Metaphysics of Power is a collection of essays written by Julius Evola throughout his life. Recently published by Arktos, it contains plenty of interesting insights. I can definitely recommend it for those interested in the teachings of Evola. Below are just a few notes that I deemed reasonable to share in regard to the book. A […]

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