I Prolegomena

 

I.I The Dawn?

I.II Paganism: doctrine, names and symbols

I.III Traditionalism

II Time and Initiation

II.I Golden Age

II.II Silver and Bronze Ages

II.III The Profane

II.IV The Heroes

II.V Iron Age

II.VI Ontology of Estates

II.VII Pagan Initiation

II.VIII The Problem of Contr-initiation

II.IX Triumph of Titans

III Paganism and Moderrn

III.I Dharma and Due

III.II Modern and Estates

III.III Constructs of Modern

III.IV Postmodern

III.V The Horizonts of Contr-initiation

III.VI Is the Destiny of Europe are Destiny of the World?

IV About Modern Pagan Experience

IV.I Authentic and alien

IV.II The Modern Experience

IV.III Simulacres and sects

IV.IV Compromisses

V Paganism and Creationism

V.I Nuances of Creationism

V.II Judaism

V.III Christianity

V.IV Islam

V.V Relation to Creationism

VI Sex and Sexuality

VI.I The Metaphysics of Sex

VI.II Postsexuality: Inversion and Parody

VI.III Eros in Modern Paganism

VII Political measurement of paganism

VII.I Preliminary considerations

VII.II Tribe or Empire?

VII.III Liberalism and the rejection of democracy

VII.IV Race, Nation and their myths

VII.V Ethnocentrism

VII.VI “Left”Paganism

VII.VII Primitivism

VII.VIII Antiglobalism

VII.IX Conclusions from the preceding chapters

VIII The Right Hand and Left Hand Paths

VIII.I Looking into the Abyss

VIII.II Left Path

VIII.III Darkness and Shadow

VIII.IV People gone to the Forest

VIII.V Roads on which no one goes

IX Conclusion

X Applications

Summary

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