"In Classical statues, the pupils of the eyes aren’t inscribed because the eyes are looking Inward."
Oswald Spengler, Decline of the West (via hierarchical-aestheticism)

(Source: phinojosa, via hierarchical-aestheticism)

"The traditional world knew divine kingship. It knew the bridge between the two worlds, namely initiation. It knew the two great ways of approach to the transcendent, namely heroic action and contemplation. It knew the mediation, namely rites and faithfulness. It knew the social foundation, namely the traditional law and the caste system. And it knew the political earthly symbol, namely the empire. It held that mere physical existence, or ‘living,’ is meaningless unless it approximates the higher world or that which is ‘more than life,’ and unless one’s highest ambition consists in participating in hyperkosmia and in obtaining an active and final liberation from the bond represented by the human condition."
Julius Evola 
Revolt Against the Modern World (via das-grablied)

(via ice-and-sunfire)