poisonous words

It is no longer news that the Western world is in a crisis, a crisis that has spread far beyond its point of origin and become global in nature. In 1927, René Guénon responded to this crisis with the closest thing he ever wrote to a manifesto and ‘call-to-action’. The Crisis of the Modern World was his most direct and complete application of traditional metaphysical principles – particularly that of the ‘age of darkness’ preceding the end of the present world – to social criticism, surpassed only by The Reign of Quantity and the Signs of the Times, his magnum opus. In the present work Guénon ruthlessly exposes the ‘Western deviation’: its loss of Tradition, its exaltation of action over knowledge, its rampant individualism and general social chaos.

In this time , with  war, rages, immoral and bad days, it is certainly no accident that so many people at the present time should be obsessed with the idea of the “end of the world”, but anyone wishing to appreciate the true character of the present period must possess at least a certain amount of data on the subject. We shall begin. It is poisonous words that describe our nowadays challenge with others.

Although we lives in pioneer age at human being’s history in welfare and progression but many wisdom mans believes that we are siding to “dark age”. We shall begin …