Search

Sunday, March 10, 2019

The on-line archives of Louis Charbonneau-Lassay

The archives of Louis Charbonneau-Lassay (discussed in an earlier post) are now available on-line at an excellent and user-friendly site (if you know French). There are special sections for the correspondence between Charbonneau-Lassay and René Guénon, and for the Estoile Internelle, the Christian initiatic organisation that at one point interested the early Traditionalists. A very useful resource for researchers.

1 comment:

Charles upton said...

I've been in touch with Gautier Pierozak, who sent me a copy of LE VULNERAIRE DU CHRIST on the symbolism of Christ's wounds, including the Holy Grail. Beautiful Work. The symbolism of Le Estoile Internelle (the Catholic group Charbonneau-Lassay was in contact with) also connects with some research that I and my colleague, Dr. John Andrew Morrow, have been doing on Templar origins. He has turned up some truly ground-breaking discoveries by Falque de Bezaure, a contemporary French researcher, that relate to a possible connection between the Templars and the Covenants of the Prophet Muhammad -- which, if true, would put Guenon's assertion that the Templars made contact with "representatives of the Primordial Tradition" in Jerusalem on a firm historical footing. That research forms an appendix to my book DUGIN AGAINST DUGIN:A TRADITIONALIST CRITIQUE OF THE FOURTH POLITICAL THEORY, since the Templars are one of the innumerable "tags" that Dugin likes to issue in order to attract interest from this-or-that group....