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Top 40 Julius Evola Quotes (2024 Update)

Julius Evola Quote: “The blood of heroes is closer to the Lord than the ink of scholars and the prayers of the pious.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Neither pleasure nor pain should enter as motives when one must do what must be done.”
Julius Evola Quote: “My principles are only those that, before the French Revolution, every well-born person considered sane and normal.”
Julius Evola Quote: “I see nothing but a world of ruins, where a kind of front line is possible only in the catacombs.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Western civilisation needs a complete overhaul or it will fall apart one day or another. It has realised the most complete perversion of any rational order of things. Reign of matter, of gold, of machine, of number, it no longer possesses breath, or liberty, or light.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Be radical, have principles, be absolute, be that which the bourgeoisie calls an extremist: give yourself without counting or calculating, don’t accept what they call ‘the reality of life’ and act in such a way that you won’t be accepted by that kind of ‘life’, never abandon the principle of struggle.”
Julius Evola Quote: “The supreme nobility of a Roman emperor does not consist in being a master of slaves, but in being a lord of free men, who loves freedom even in those who serve him.”
Julius Evola Quote: “For the authentic revolutionary conservative, what really counts is to be faithful not to past forms and institutions, but rather to principles of which such forms and institutions have been particular expressions, adequate for a specific period of time and in a specific geographical area.”
Julius Evola Quote: “This we must say, that everything is economics and economic interest as mere satisfaction of physical needs had, have and always will have a subordinate role in a normal human, that beyond this sphere must be differentiated from an order of higher values, political, spiritual and heroic.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Nothing is further from the truth than the claim that the American soul is ‘open-minded’ and unbiased; on the contrary, it is ridden with countless taboos of which people are sometimes not even aware.”
Julius Evola Quote: “The best and most authentic reaction against feminism and against every other female aberration should not be aimed at women as such, but at men instead. It should not be expected of women that they return to what they really are and thus reestablish the necessary inner and outer conditions for a reintegration of a superior race, when men themselves retain only the semblance of true virility.”
Julius Evola Quote: “It is a sign of regression when pleasure begins to be considered as the highest principle.”
Julius Evola Quote: “The legionary spirit is that fire of one who will choose the hardest road, who will fight to the death even when all is already lost.”
Julius Evola Quote: “This is not a matter of compromises or adaptations. The power of a new Middle Ages is needed. A change, interior as well as exterior, of barbaric purity is required. Philosophy, “culture”, everyday politics: no more of all that. It is not a matter of shifting to the other side of this bed of agony. It is a matter of finally waking up, and standing on one’s feet.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Wisdom is an absolute positivism which regards only what can be grasped by direct experience as real, and everything else as unreal, abstract, and illusory.”
Julius Evola Quote: “According to traditional man the physical plane merely contains effects; nothing takes place in this world that did not originate first in the next world or in the invisible dimension.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Let us repeat this: inner action must precede all other action.”
Julius Evola Quote: “That the divinities can do little for men, that man is fundamentally the artificer of his own destiny, even of his development beyond this world – this characteristic view held by original Buddhism demonstrates its difference from some later forms, especially the Mahayana schools, into which infiltrated the idea of a power on high busying itself with mankind in order to lead each individual to salvation.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Be, make yourself God, and in bringing about, save the world.”
Julius Evola Quote: “The traditional sacred king was himself of a divine nature and the ‘gods’ were his peers; he was, like them, of ‘celestial’ stock, he had the same blood as they; he was thus a centre, an affirmative, free, and cosmic principle.”
Julius Evola Quote: “To know, according to Wisdom, does not mean “to think”, but to be the thing known: to live it, to realise it inwardly. One does not really know a thing unless one can actively transform one’s consciousness into it.”
Julius Evola Quote: “In the idea we recognize our true homeland.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Any vital, individual, social, or moral process that goes in this direction and leads to the fulfillment of the person according to his own nature is truly ascending.”
Julius Evola Quote: “There is a superior unity of all those who despite all, fight in different parts of the world the same battle, lead the same revolt, and are the bearers of the same intangible Tradition. These forces appear to be scattered and isolated in the world, and yet are inexorably connected by a common essence that is meant to preserve the absolute ideal of the Imperium and to work for its return.”
Julius Evola Quote: “The overall Hindu view concerning the practice of authentic yoga may be summarized with these words: “Very few are qualified for yoga, and even fewer are those who succeed in it.”
Julius Evola Quote: “In America any inventor who discovers some new tool that will improve production will always win more social approval and acknowledgement than the traditional type of the intellectual; moreover, anything that is profit, reality or action in the material sense of the word will always be valued more than anything that may derive from a line of aristocratic dignity.”
Julius Evola Quote: “When an ascesis is understood as a technique for the conscious creation of a force that can be applied, in the first place, at any level, then the disciplines taught by the doctrine of awakening can be recognized as those that incorporate the highest degree of crystallinity and independence.”
Julius Evola Quote: “No idea is as absurd as the idea of progress.”
Julius Evola Quote: “We will enter into a new phase in which the Leviathan, so to speak, will become the body formed to make possible the incarnation and the manifestation of a principle and a higher order: with that, the collectivistic and irrational aspect of the principle of totalitarianism and authority will be surpassed and will again implement a type of truly spiritual and traditional hierarchical organization.”
Julius Evola Quote: “We cannot ask ourselves whether ‘woman’ is superior or inferior to ‘man’ any more than we can ask ourselves whether water is superior or inferior to fire. There can be no doubt that a woman who is perfectly woman is superior to a man who is imperfectly man, just as a farmer who is faithful to his land and performs his work perfectly is superior to a king who cannot do his own work.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Kingship was the supreme form of government, and was believed to be in the natural order of things. It did not need physical strength to assert itself, and when it did, it was only sporadically. It imposed itself mainly and irresistibly through the spirit.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Let us leave modern men to their “truths” and let us only be concerned about one thing: to keep standing amid a world of ruins.”
Julius Evola Quote: “The Americans are the living refutation of the Cartesian axiom, “I think, therefore I am”: Americans do not think, yet they are.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Those who harbour illusions about the possibility of a purely political struggle and the power of this or that formula or system, with no new human quality as its exact counterpart, have learned no lessons from the past.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Knighthood, instead, appeared as a superterritorial and supernational community in which its members, who were consecrated to military priesthood, no longer had a homeland and thus were bound by faithfulness not to people but, on the one hand, to an ethics that had as its fundamental values honor, truth, courage, and loyalty and, on the other hand, to a spiritual authority of a universal type, which was essentially that of the Empire.”
Julius Evola Quote: “The hands of the latest aristocrats seem better fit to hold tennis rackets or shakers for cocktail mixes than swords or scepter.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Let people of our time talk about these things with condescension as if they were anachronistic and antihistorical; we know that this is an alibi for their defeat. Let us leave modern men to their “truths” and let us only be concerned about one thing: to keep standing amid a world of ruins.”
Julius Evola Quote: “The essential thing is not to let oneself be impressed by the omnipotence and apparent triumph of the forces of the epoch. These forces, devoid of connection with any higher principle, are in fact on a short chain.”
Julius Evola Quote: “With no significant political forces opposing the conversion of our world into a universal marketplace, the conflict of our time is the struggle to retain one’s humanity in an increasingly artificial world. That is the only battle that retains any genuine significance from a traditional perspective.”
Julius Evola Quote: “According to the modern man, both causes and effects are relegated to the physical plane, framed within time and space. According to the traditional man the physical plane merely contains effects; nothing takes place in this world that did not originate first in the next world or in the invisible dimension.”
Julius Evola Quote: “A political, economic, and social order created merely for the sake of temporal life is exclusively characteristic of the modern world, that is, of the antitraditional world.”
Julius Evola Quote: “The people guilty of crossing the “caste line” were considered the only “impure” beings in the entire hierarchy... In India only the people “without a caste” were considered outcasts, and they were shunned even by the lowest caste, even if they had previously belonged to the highest caste; on the contrary, nobody felt humiliated by his own caste and even a sudra was as proud of and as committed to his own caste as a brahmana of the highest station was to his.”
Julius Evola Quote: “Against psychoanalysis we should oppose the ideal of an ego which does not abdicate, and which intends to remain conscious, autonomous, and sovereign in the face of the nocturnal and subterranean part of his soul and the demonic character of sexuality. This ego does not feel either ‘repressed’ or psychotically torn apart, but achieves an equilibrium of all his faculties ordered in accordance with a higher significance of living and acting.”
Julius Evola Quote: “The “enemy” who resists us and the “infidel” within ourselves must be subdued and put in chains. This enemy is the animalistic yearning and instinct, the disorganized multiplicity of impulses, the limitations imposed on us by a fictitious self, and thus also fear, weakness, and uncertainty; this subduing of the enemy is the only way to achieve inner liberation or the rebirth in a state of a deeper inner unity and “peace” in the esoteric and triumphal sense of the word.”
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