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Dark Way to Paradise

Dante’s Inferno is often presented today in lurid ‘gothic’ terms as if it were no more than an entertaining demonic freak-show. Alternately, it is taken as merely a cultural and political commentary on Dante’s own place and time, […..]

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Divine Craftsmanship

In what way can human beings attain that Harmony whereby they become mediators between Heaven and Earth? In the mysterious language of symbols we can rediscover the sense of vocation that reflects Divine Activity. For God is, […..]

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Eagle’s Flight

These poems are meditations on metaphysical Truth and the Remembrance of God. Traditional in form, they address themes of the Sophia Perennis, the timeless and universal wisdom underlying the diverse religions. Lyrical and simple in style, they […..]

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East and West

In East and West Guénon diagnoses the fundamental ‘abnormality’ of Western civilization vis-a-vis the traditional civilizations of the East, suggests avenues by which the West might be ‘re-oriented’ toward the fundamental metaphysical principles it has largely abandoned, and […..]

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Eastern Light in Western Eyes

Marty Glass’s acclaimed book Yuga: An Anatomy of our Fate, was published by Sophia Perennis in 2001. He now gives us perhaps his most beautiful and thoughtful gift, reminding us that the world is woven of the infinite […..]

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Echoes

These poems reach out to the ancient hope of an ultimate restoration of all things in God.

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False Dawn

The interfaith movement, which began with the 1893 World’s Parliament of Religions in Chicago, has grown worldwide. Although this movement has been largely unknown to the public, it now provides a spiritual face for globalization, the economic […..]

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Findings

The Traditionalist or Perennialist School of metaphysics, esoterism, and comparative religion, ‘founded’ by René Guénon and Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, and carried on by such figures as Frithjof Schuon, Titus Burckhardt, and Martin Lings, produced a body doctrine […..]

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Folk Metaphysics

In the last century, authors and psychologists like Robert Graves, Carl Jung, and Joseph Campbell reminded us that folklore is often full of deep symbolic truths, truths that the ‘folk’ themselves are usually unaware of. And they […..]

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Guénonian Esoterism and Christian Mystery

Rene Guénon’s explication of the principles of an interior understanding of sacred forms has established his reputation in the West as the master theorist of esoterism. But till now his doctrine has not been the focus of […..]

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