Julius Evola

by European Heathen Front


‘Barone Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola (May 19, 1898 – June 11, 1974) also known as Julius Evola, was an Italian philosopher and esotericist. Evola regarded his stances and spiritual values as aristocratic, masculine, traditionalist, heroic and defiantly reactionary.’


Counter-Currents has published the following writings of Evola’s:

“American ‘Civilization’”

“Sol Invictus: Encounters Between East and West in the Ancient World”

•“Youth, Beats, and Right-Wing Anarchists,” Part 1 and Part 2

“Baron von Ungern-Sternberg”

“Nihilism and the Meaning of Life in Nietzsche”

“The Overcoming of the Superman”

“Evola on the Egyptian and Tibetan Books of the Dead”

“Juan Donoso Cortés”

“René Guénon: East and West”

“Evola on Zen and Everyday Life”

“Evola on Aurobindo’s Secret of the Veda”

“What is Spanish Falangism?”

“The Relationship Between Judaism and Freemasonry”

“What Tantrism Means to Modern Western Civilization”

“On the Secret of Degeneration”

“Aleister Crowley”

“Race and War”

“East and West: The Gordian Knot: Ernst Jünger’s Der gordische Knoten”


‘The following articles deal exclusively or principally with Evola or employ him as the main frame of reference’:

Michael Bell, “Julius Evola’s Concept of Race: A Racism of Three Degrees”

Thomas F. Bertonneau, “Against Nihilism: Julius Evola’s ‘Traditionalist’ Critique of Modernity”

Amanda Bradley, “Absolute Woman: A Clarification of Evola’s Thoughts on Women”

•Amanda Bradley, “Nazi Fashion Wars: The Evolian Revolt Against Aphroditism in the Third Reich,” Part 1 and Part 2

Derek Hawthorne, Review of Evola’s The Metaphysics of War

James J. O’Meara, “The Eldritch Evola” (on Evola and Lovecraft)

Michael O’Meara, “Evola’s Anti-Semitism”

Matt Parrott, “Freemasonry and the Occult War”

Renato del Ponte, “My Memories of Julius Evola”

Robert Steuckers, “Evola and Spengler”


Recommended website on Evola:

Evola As He Is


More articles on Evola – some from an adversarial point of view:

Social and Political Thought of Julius Evola

Authoritarian Conservatism After the War: Julius Evola and Europe

Myth and Violence: The Fascism of Julius Evola and Alain de Benoist

Julius Evola & Radical Traditionalism by E. Christian Kopff

Against Nihilism: Julius Evola’s “Traditionalist” Critique of Modernity by Thomas F. Bertonneau

Julius Evola on Tradition and the Right (La Vera Destra) Reviewed by E. Christian Kopff

The Legacy of a European Traditionalist Julius Evola in Perspective by Guido Stucco


Evola’s three main books are Revolt Against the Modern World, Men Among the Ruins and Ride the Tiger:


However, his primary ‘political’ works are Men Among the Ruins (again), The Metaphysics of War and Heathen Imperialism:


The following is an excellent 100 page introduction to Evola’s thinking A Handbook of Traditional Living:







Julius Evola – The World’s Most Right-Wing Thinker (Jonathan Bowden talk):