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It is a future where the real role of the Priory of Sion comes into its own. Raymond Abellio claimed that the Flemish occultist S. Zanne, pseudonym of Auguste Van de Kerckhove , was amongst the greatest initiates of the modern era. But hardly anyone knows who he is. Some have placed Abellio in the same category — he too is a great unknown for most.

And those that have looked at Abellio largely conclude that he was a French fascist politician with an interest in esotericism. Was he? Who was he really, and what were his true political aims? For Guy Patton, Abellio is part of a network that tried to create a New Europe, ruled by a priest-king, whereby various modern myths, like the Priory of Sion, are meant to provide the modern Westerner with a longing of sacred traditions and rule, very much like the myths of King Arthur that gave a surreal dimension to European politics in medieval times.

But in truth, Abellio had a well-defined vision for social change. When the battle lines of the Cold War were drawn after World War II, he tried to find the best of both camps and hoped he could unite them. To create a type of Eurasian Empire, stretching from the Atlantic to Japan, an idea later taken up by the novelist and theoreticist, his friend Jean Parvulesco.

Secondly, his system is complex and difficult to summarise in a few words and is best described by listing some examples. His knowledge of science — acquired as a polytechnic student — meant that he could build bridges between the two subjects, for example between the 64 hexagrams of the Yi-Ching and 64 codons of DNA, or the correspondences between the numbers of the Hebrew alphabet and the polygons that could be inscribed in a circle.

Such topics, of course, hardly make for bestsellers, but are the type of study one expects from a genuine alchemist.

The visionary Abellio was also an astrologer. He predicted the fall of the Soviet Union in , as well as the ascent of China. In the West, it was the task of freedom fighters — terrorists? The heroine of his last novel is named Helen, also — not coincidentally — the name of the companion of Simon Magus. In the end, she perishes, taken to the centre of the earth by a subterranean stream underneath Manhattan.

In the case of the historical Simon Magus, Helen was the personification of Light held prisoner by matter. She called herself his disciple. Parvu is a novelist who was both close and far removed from Abellio. With Evola he shared the idea that there is a need for a final battle against the counter-initiatory and subversive forces the non-being.

Like Evola, he had an interest in Tantrism. He sees these as important instruments in the creation of modern Europe. He also used the term to refer to the Hyperborean origins of the present cycle of humanity, which he argued would soon end with a polar reversal. So despite their kinship and a common goal, they were not agreed on how exactly the New Europe would be accomplished. Parvulesco has often been cited by extreme right-wing European authors.

Some of them have claimed him as one of their own, but it is clear that no single writer is in charge of who and where his name is used. This put him in opposition to De Gaulle, yet he is known to have claimed to be a strong supporter of De Gaulle. Indeed, what sets him and Abellio apart is largely that they had an independent vision of the future — and the role of politics.

They realised that the world was radically changing, and though their models might in the end prove not to work or be unrealisable, it does not negate the fact that they were innovative thinkers. It is Parvulesco who provides further details as to what this New Europe would be and why, specifically, a priest-king is needed as its ruler. In ancient times, these rulers were primarily seen as a denizen of both worlds, a mediator between this reality and the divine realm.

Whenever historical people most often politicians make appearances in his novels, they are not the politicians we know but their doubles who evolve in our and another dimension.

It stretches for three kilometres and if ever archaeologists stumbled upon its remains in future centuries, it would be classified as a leyline. The Axe, however, is a far more ambitious, greater and more enigmatic project.

When we note that Abellio was closely associated with the Mitterrand family, we can merely ponder whether he had a hand in the project. With the Axe Majeure, it is clear that we are in a strange world where politics and esoterica mingle, partly in this dimension and partly in a divine realm.

Well, Abellio hoped that from this mixture a new form of politics and a New Europe would arise. And it is here where we need to see the role of the Priory of Sion, not so much — as Dan Brown and others would like it — as the preservers of a sacred, old bloodline, but a new priesthood — a mixture of politician and esotericist, i.

So even though Abellio and Parvulesco are often described as synarchists, they repeatedly referred to themselves as freedom fighters laying the foundation for this New World. The new powerbrokers would not always remain hidden puppet masters, but would clearly one day step to the forefront to take up the role of priest-king. Lovecraft has a better reputation and others argue that Parvulesco, thanks to the influence of both Abellio and Dominique de Roux, has gone further, and done better.

Parvulesco actually began his literary career in the magazine Exil published by de Roux. What subtle link of the invisible history was thus established between the two extremities of Europe? As mentioned, for British author Guy Patton, Abellio and Parvulesco are French fascists who abused newly created myths like that of the Priory of Sion to increase their influence, power and wealth.

But this, of course, is merely one interpretation. The Priory is indeed a fabricated myth, a non-existent secret society. But it is equally clear the individuals involved Plantard and those linked to it Abellio, and to some extent Parvulesco , had genuine convictions of what a future Europe should be.

Their interest in Marian apparitions was genuine, and they saw them as divine guides along the path that Europe had to walk to its future and its next stage, its Assumption.

As Parvulesco pointed out, it depends whether you believe in coincidences or not. If not, then you will argue the major political events of the past century are but tangentially related to the messages received from these apparitions.

If you do believe coincidences have meaning, then it is clear this New Europe is slowly emerging. And in the end, perhaps Abellio and Parvulesco should thus be seen as modern knights, fighting for Europe — a new Europe. This article was published in New Dawn If you appreciate this article, please consider a contribution to help maintain this website.

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A mystic, poet, novelist, literary critic, expert in political intrigues, revolutionary, and friend and confidant of many European luminaries of the second half of the 20th century — from Ezra Pound and Julius Evola to Raymond Abellio and Arnaud Breker. At the same time, Parvulesco has nothing in common with the vulgar representatives of the modern neo-mysticism that is so widespread today as a kind of instrumental compensation for the techno-information routines of everyday life. In this sense, he is akin to a Traditionalist. Parvulesco is an authentic visionary. This Sacred has not disappeared since, being eternal, it cannot disappear , but it has passed into the nocturnal, invisible matrix and is now ready to descend upon the human, physical cosmos in a terrifying apocalyptic moment — the apogee of history, the point at which the world, having forgotten its spiritual nature and disowned it, will be forced to confront it in the harsh flash of Revelation. This has not happened yet. Humanity is fast asleep in its dark, material illusions, while only the chosen, the visionaries, the members of the secret brotherhood, the Apocalyptic Order, are watching awake, secretly preparing the path for the coming of the Final Hour, the Kingdom of Heaven, the Great Empire of the End.


Jean Pârvulescu

A Romanian who fled to the West in the s, he became one of the most brilliant French stylists in contemporary prose and poetry. Jean Parvulesco himself in a dedication adorning a copy given to me as a gift, describes his novel: Members of Atlantis Magnum on the way to this procedure make symbolic voyages, analyze mystical texts, work at finding true causes of political transformations, research strange aspects of history of some ancient European families, decipher esoteric ideas which appear as leaks in tabloid pressendure romantic and erotic relationships, experience assasination attempts, become victims of kidnapping and torture, but the entire concrete body of the captivatingalmost detective novel is really an uninterrupted reading and clarification of interconnected visionary reality of the Final Event of History, appearance of the Great Eurasian Empire of the End, Regnum Sacrum or Imperium Sacrum, reflections of which can be seen in all aspects of modern world. And those that have looked at Abellio, have largely concluded that he was a fascist politician, who was also interested in esoteric beliefs. It is a game of life and death, only to write certain things regarding powerful men, countries with vested interests in the region, about the jewish lobby, banned people, ideas, history, even science. He, you and I.





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