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Introduction: The Organ of Magical Action by Donald
The Book of Life
1 The Trinity and the Triangle
2 Satan, the Son, the Woman
3 The Mother, the Virgin, the Lover
4 Hell and Those Punished
5 The Third Temple
Other Religious and Philosophical Writings
6 White Masses, Black Masses, Golden Masses
7 The Two Riverbanks
8 To Become a Magus
9 The Kabbalah
10 The Commandments of the Third Term of the Trinity
11 The Golden Mass of the Sabbath
12 After a Long Silence
13 The Doctrine of the Third Term of the Trinity
14 The Polarization of the Sexes and the Hell of Modern Morals
15 Pharaonic and Phallic Truths in Randolph
16 The Extinguished Torch
17 The Initiatic Courser and the Fearless Horseman
18 The Individual Soul-Does It Exist?
19 The Cardinal Mysteries and the Golden Mass
20 The Great Deliverance
21 The Magic Square
22 The Priestesses of the Future
23 A Magical Seance
24 Thou Shalt Not Kill
25 Our Magnetic Strongholds
26 The Dark Era Comes to an End
27 Let Us March toward the Light
28 Where Is Salvation?
29 The Key of Saint Peter
30 Masculine Satanism, Feminine Satanism
31 Open Letter to Pius XI
32 Saving Discipline
33 Initiatic Eroticism
34 Our Social Thesis
35 Is Bolshevism Compatible with the Doctrine of the Third Term of the Trinity?
36 The New Feminism
Relations with Others
37 Against Krishnamurti
38 Magia Sexualis and La Fleche
39 P. B. Randolph
40 "The Dawn" . . . What a Child!
41 My Spiritual Chief
42 Sappho, More Than Sappho!
43 "The Spiritual Treason of Freemasonry" Committed by J. Marques-Riviere
44 Freemasonry and Catholicism
45 To Mr. Guenon: We Take Up Your Challenge!
46 The "Polaires"
48 Horiese and Felix
49 The Cry of Man
50 The Temptation of Pity
51 The Love of the Priestess
Contributions of Julius Evola to La Fleche
53 The Magic of Creation
Maria de Naglowska (1883 - 1936) was a Russian occultist, mystic and founder of the Brotherhood of the Golden Arrow, whose conferences in Paris in the 1930s were attended by many now famous avant-garde and notorious writers and artists, such as Julius Evola, Man Ray and Andre Breton.