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The Bahá’í Faith: An Indictment

A common theme in the philosophia perennis adopted by some Traditionalists is that of the “transcendent Unity of all religions”.  This perspective had its origins in the inter-war period, and was first discussed by René Guénon in the 1920’s, and, a decade later, in some more considerable detail by Frithjof Schuon, a Swiss-born metaphysician.  In this line […]

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Decision Reached on Harmful Politicized Cults Around the World

From August 27 to 29, the Center for Inter-religious, Traditionalist, and Ecumenical Studies (CITES), in conjunction with RidingTheTiger.org, convened a conference to discuss the effects of sectarianism and political cults around the world.  Together, they issued a joint statement in which they condemned the sectarian motives of people exploiting religious principles to incite political instability. High […]

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Tradition, Antitradition and Countertradition

Most people who are familiar with the giants of the Traditionalist school such as Julius Evola or Rene Guénon understand what is meant by Tradition according to these authors.  In this context, “tradition” has a meaning which is far removed from mere custom or folklore.  Instead, “Tradition” takes on the facets of something which is […]

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