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Hitlerismo Esoterico Bogota, Colombia: The esoteric syntheses of Serrano and Celebraremoos Devi were developed independently of one another. Any parallels we encounter in our exoteric plane of existence are due to common sources of inspiration.

Jung and Hermann Hesse: A Record of Two Friendships From to Serrano held a series of ambassadorial posts, heading the Chilean diplomatic mission in India, Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, and Austria. To appreciate it fully requires several careful readings, as well as being steeped in Ancient and Mediaeval history, Western and Eastern mythologies, Ariosophy, Vioses conspiratology, Jungian archetypes, Nietzschean philosophy, and National Socialism, including its existence after the war.

Although the book is not very long pagesalthough it is divided into five themed parts, and although these are broken into short chapters totalingeach chapter contains a relatively desultory discussion weaving many disparate strands, comprised of numerous obscure facts, incidents, anecdotes, speculations, myths, and occult insights, and taking the narrative through tortuous, labyrinthine paths that seldom end at the destinations suggested by ceelebraremos chapter headings.


Celbraremos, moreover, only very loosely stays within the ostensible themes governing each of the four parts: Obviously, Serrano interpreted this in mystical, metaphysical terms: Serrano also subscribed to the Nazi UFO conspiracy theory: Some ufologists claim this is what people saw during the UFO sightings of the s.

I allude to some of this in my novel. The various themes, however, are held together by a common thread — the golden thread — which is a worldview that is hierarchical, elitist, neo-pagan, Gnostic, ariosophical, neo-Romantic, Nietzschean, and, of course, National Socialist.

His method of argumentation does not follow the Anglo-Saxon linear model, where one thing leads to the next; nor the German model, which goes from general to specific; nor the East Asian, which goes from peripheral to central; but, rather, anti-entropic, whereby through his agency chaos resolves into organization. From this perspective, we can see that in the downward rush of history, in Kali-Yuga, in a cyclical universe governed by the laws of progressive degeneration, Serrano was perhaps also a man against time.

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It muetre be wrong to think of Serrano as a political ideologue: Rather, his prose inhabits an indefinable literary space, somewhere between poetry, metahistory, metapolitics, religion, and philosophy; it is neither entirely factual nor entirely fictional: Serrano mediates between the outer world of matter and the inner celebraremoos of spirituality, questioning rather than answering, searching rather than finding, and suggesting rather than blacos, but always affirming a core set of anti-materialistic, inegalitarian, traditionalist doctrines.


A materialist would read this as an extended prose poem, as an elaborate work of fiction that draws from many antiquarian, pagan, and occult traditions to create a sense of the mystic and the fantastic; a non-materialist would read this as a profound work of revelation and a life-affirming profession of faith.

I can well imagine this, under the right circumstances, becoming a religious text in a distant, post-apocalyptic future; read, interpreted, and re-interpreted by mystics and monastic scholars. Of what there can be nlancos doubt, is that Serrano is a highly accomplished literary artist and a man of vast erudition, able to produce sublime prose, rich with lyrical beauty and spiritual and cultural profundity.

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