Foreword A Note from the Editor A Note from the Publisher 1. The Path of Cinnabar 2. Personal Background and Early Experiences 3. Abstract Art and Dadaism 4. The Speculative Period of Magical Idealism and the Theory of the Absolute Individual 5. My Encounters with the East and 'Pagan' Myth 6. The 'Ur Group' 7. My Exploration of Origins and Tradition 8. My Experience with 'La Torre' and Its Implications 9. Hermeticism and My Critique of Contemporary Spiritualism - The Catholic Problem 10. 'Revolt Against the Modern World' and the Mystery of the Grail 11. My Work in Germany and the 'Doctrine of Awakening' 12. The Issue of Race 13. In Search of Men Among the Ruins 14. Bachofen, Spengler, the 'Metaphysics of Sex' and the 'Left-Hand Path' 15. From the 'Worker' to 'Ride the Tiger' Appendix: Interviews with Julius Evola (1964-1972)
Julius Evola (1898 -1974), Italian traditionalist, metaphysician, social thinker and activist. Evola is an authority on the world's esoteric traditions and one of the greatest critics of modernity. He wrote extensively on ancient civilisations of both East and West and the world of Tradition.