Initiatic Eroticism: and Other Occult Writings from La Flèche

Initiatic Eroticism: and Other Occult Writings from La Flèche

Maria de Naglowska


the 1st English translation of articles from Maria de Naglowska’s newspaper, La Flèche

• Introduces Naglowska’s complicated occult teachings at the 3rd time period of the Trinity and the spiritually transformative strength of intercourse

• contains never-before-published essays by means of Julius Evola

• includes the entire selection of articles from all 20 concerns, from October 1930 to January 1935

From October 1930 to January 1935, Maria de Naglowska--Russian mystic, esoteric excessive priestess, and self-styled “Satanic girl” of Thirties Paris--published 20 problems with her newspaper, La Flèche, which she offered at the streets of Montparnasse and by means of mail-order subscription. received via many now recognized humans, together with André Breton and different Surrealists, the newspaper served as an advent to Naglowska’s innovative spiritual procedure referred to as the 3rd time period of the Trinity, which thought of the Holy Spirit of Christianity to be female and taught the significance of intercourse for the upliftment of humanity.

Available for the 1st time in English, this entire anthology of articles from all 20 problems with La Flèche comprises an advent and notes by way of translator Donald Traxler, who contextualizes Naglowska’s existence and teachings in the greater occult platforms of the time, equivalent to Julius Evola’s crew of Ur. He explains how many of the articles have been written by way of Naglowska herself, frequently less than pseudonyms as a result of the arguable nature of her rules. as well as writings on sacred sexuality and spiritual philosophy, this assortment contains essays on feminism and on different esoteric thinkers, resembling René Guénon and Krishnamurti, in addition to never-before-published essays via Julius Evola at the magic of construction, the detailed energy of symbols, and the march of growth and materialism.

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