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  the Path of the Other & the Path of the Absolute Individual

 Black, White & Red - the Regal, Active & Virile Path of Tradition

Ariyan Ascesis & Zen share Similar Preparation to
   “Reflect in Yourself & Recognize your own Face as it was Before the World”

  towards Higher Order of True Traditional Spirituality

  & the Necessity of a Shiva Nature to fully go the Left-Hand Path

As He's a Man who is a Man & Not an Animal  
   The Aristocratic "Olympian" Master of Motion 
   Has Ascetic Values - Is Ready for Active Sacrifice

  Self-Realization, Action & Magic

Caste of the Few Illuminated Ascetics & 
   Lay Followers who took Refuge in the Doctrine & the Order
   United by Strict yet Free Style of Life


  and the Magic, “Solar” Path


  & René Guénon's Two Misunderstandings

  & Cherishing a Life of Light, Freedom & Power

  One 'Personal' and One Transcendent

  or Self-Transcendence by Ascent vs. Self-Transcendence by Descent

  but also Containing some Hyperborean Features

  Source of Force & Indomitability Not to be Underestimated


  Self-Realization through Inner Drive towards Transcendence 
  & Allowing its Results in Everyday Life

  & the Sole Remaining Possibility of Transcendence 
  through the Risky Left Hand Path of Destruction


  & Limit & Form are a Kind of Reflection of the Absolute

  Speculations - if anything - can Provide No More than an Initial Starting Point

  & his Secret Aristocratic Inner Disciplines for Today's Aryan Man 
  vs. Foreign Devotional Ascesis

  but Equals Asceticism & Initiation for Heroic Type 
  as Ancient Greeks, Romans, Irano-Aryans, Frederick I, 
  Edda & Indo-Aryans Confirm

  & Lao Tsu's Ultimately Aristocratic Notion of Non-Action



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