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Julius Evola: Quiz


Question 1: Then power shifts to the mercantile caste, represented by the Italian comune, ________, the Jewish financial oligarchy of the Renaissance, and New World American Judeo-Protestant plutocracy.
Societas RosicrucianaCo-FreemasonryFreemasonryAnti-Masonry

Question 2: Since World War II many Radical Traditionalist, New Right, Conservative Revolutionary, ________ and Third Positionist groups have taken inspiration from him.
FascismNazismTotalitarianismItalian Fascism

Question 3: The Kali Yuga is the last of four ages, which form a cycle from the Satya Yuga or ________ through the Kali Yuga or the Hesiodic Iron Age.
Golden AgeGreek mythologyCyclopsHera

Question 4: Evola recalls the mysterious figure of the priest-king ________ as a primary point of juncture with the primordial sacral-royal Tradition of the origins.

Question 5: We agree with ________ that savage peoples are not primitive peoples, in the sense of original peoples, but rather the degenerating remains of more ancient races that have disappeared.
ConservatismJoseph de MaistreLeo StraussEdmund Burke

Question 6: When ________ broke out, he volunteered for military service in order to fight the Communists on the Russian front; he was rejected because he had too many detractors in the bureaucracy (Hansen 2002).
World War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 7: Like Guénon, he believed that mankind is living in the Kali Yuga of the ________ tradition, the Dark Age of unleashed, materialistic appetites.

Question 8: Evola explains that, according to tradition, the primordial ________ was handed down, starting from Ikshvaku, in regal succession (cf.
Neoplatonism and GnosticismGnosticismDemiurgeGnosis

Question 9: As Evola states, "Opposite to the 'soldier' was the type of the warrior and the member of the ________ aristocracy; the caste to which this type belonged was the central nucleus in a corresponding social organization.

Question 10: He began reading various esoteric texts and gradually delved deeper into the occult, alchemy, magic, and Oriental studies, particularly Tibetan ________ and Vajrayanist tantric yoga.
PadmasambhavaNaropaTibetan BuddhismAtisha

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