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We weren't making war but rather leading a humanitarian mission deep into the heart of the enemy," said William Guenon Jr.
Here was a living, spiritual tradition, the same one Seraphim Rose would be pursuing in his Orthodox Skete in northern California, building on the Gnostic insights of Rene Guenon and Frithjof Schuon.
It's impossible to read his words on Islam without recalling the thought of Rene Guenon (1886-1951), the French traditionalist who converted to Sufi Islam and died as a sheikh in Cairo.
En identifiant le reseau de relations et l'implication d'Auclair dans certains groupes, Martel devoile une certaine parente spirituelle avec Joseph de Maistre, Leon Bloy et Rene Guenon.
There are runs of works too by Rene Guenon and writings about him (items 450-455); the metaphysician Frithjof Schuon (items 495-503), none of whose work displays evidence of having been read by their owner; and E.
4) Working on the Earth Loom outside the Center for Crafts are Grace Cherubinon, left, of Worcester; Neamatallah Guenon, 7, of Worcester, head and hand visible; and Ellen Ferrante, right, a volunteer at the center.
Pathways to an inner Islam; Massignon, Corbin, Guenon, and Schuon.
With his departure from Earth on February 26, 2010, at the ripe age of 89, the world has lost the last of a group of European converts to Islam who found the spiritual certainty and veritable truth of Islam through the life and works of the towering French intellectual Rene Guenon (1886-1951) and all of whom shared a certain perspective on Western civilization and modernity.
Al-Hakim wrote the novel in France at a time when both nationalism and the traditionalism of Rene Guenon were in full sway (Sedgwick 25).
The researchers discovered new strains of the virus in three monkey species that had never before been shown to be exposed to SIV, including the red-eared guenon (Cercopithecus erythrotis), as well as a fourth monkey, drills (Mandrillus leucophaeus), close relatives of baboons.
a guenon, who is probably pregnant, though it's still too early to tell for sure.
He also examines the paths of other protagonists, part-scholars part-prophets such as Romain Rolland, for whom Levi had little patience, and of prophets such as Rene Guenon, who had not gone through the paces of scholastic training.
The pictures on the front show a jaguar, a koala and a group of guenon monkeys.
Prophet for a Dark Age: A Companion to the Works of Rene Guenon.