Skip to main content. The Fourth Political Theory. beyond left and right but against the center. English · Русский · Deutsch · Français · Español · Italiano. Jean Parvulesco was born in in Romania. He was an actor, known for L’ arbre, le maire et la médiathèque () and Rosette vole les voleurs (). Marching with the Dead: the case of Jean Parvulesco For a last and most ambiguous word on the Black Order, I turn to La Spirale Prophetique (The prophetic.

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Jean Parvulesco is not exactly a household name in the West.

All of his books remain untranslated from French, in no small part due to the complex, idiosyncratic prose style they contain. Parvulesco is a living mystery of European literature. Mystic, poet, novelist, literary critic, connoisseur of political intrigue, revolutionary, friend and confidant of many European celebrities of the latter half of the twentieth century from Ezra Pound and Julius Evola to Raymond Abellio and Arno Brekerhis true personality remains a parvulesci.

A Romanian who fled to the West in the s, he became one of the most brilliant French stylists in contemporary prose and poetry. Parvulesco opens an entire parallel world, not just stage decoration of parculesco fantasies or reminiscences.

His texts are populated with frightening reality: Following tantric presciptions, Parvulesco vivifies the language, makes it operative. That is why his texts are something more than literature. It is the magical spells and scandalous denunciations; it is the provocation of events and foretelling of their meaning; it is submergence into the Jeqn of the Interior, subterranean tunnels of the Hidden, into the frightening empire of that, which exists in each one of us.

That is exactly why Parvulesco can be as terrifying as any true genius: Parvulesco states, clearly and paradoxically at the same time, that Reality has a fundamentally dual nature.

Secret agents of Being and Nonexistence jeaan in all key spheres of control of the modern world, directing all processes parvulseco civilization. History results from the superimposition of one polarity of the Dual, as the energy vectors of two occult nets, form the fabric of actual, concrete history.

Often, a gangster or a beggar turns out to be the curator of a President or the Pope, and a military leader or a banker act as puppets of a parvulezco poet, behind whose grotesque and fantastic personality one finds a cold guru and architect of brute political history.

Jean Parvulesco

In it, the threads from earlier books are tied together. The work depicts transcendental metahistory, of which our author is a chronicler, as nearing its final outcome. Here is a summary: But the true persona of this woman principally goes beyond the bounds of individuality.

More likely, she represents in herself some sacral function, divided among all women of the order, whose personal and everyday relations among themselves reflect an ontological hierarchy of being itself one of them corresponds to spirit, another — to the soul, the third — to flesh.


So, Atlantis Magna weaves its continental web to struggle with the Aquarius conspiracy: On the political level of the conspiracy, the heroes of the novel also act aggressively and decisively. It is significant that it ends on a half-word on page The entire preceding plot sees the reader close in on the eschatological outcome of the occult war, but… Here the literary world ends, and actual reality sets in.

The majority of characters in the novel are historical figures, some of whom have died, others still alive. Books and texts quoted in the tale do really exist. Many episodes and retold legends are also not made up although quite a few are fictional. Or, perhaps, an esoteric tract? Or the real revelation of the hidden motive of contemporary history, seen from the position of metaphysical completeness in its entire volume, to the other side of hallucinations, of which, in effect, consist all banal, everyday assumptions, that explain nothing and are as far from the truth as imaginable?

Jean Parvulesco himself describes his novel: Agents of the inner Continent are awake. Already there appears on the night sky of our sickening civilization a magic Star, heralding the soon-to-be transformation of the Internal into the External.

In the ranks, both visible and invisible, of the Black Order to which we belong, those whom death has struck down march on side by side with those who are still standing.

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There are more innuendos and legends than precise biographical details. It is said that he helped Bokassa to build his army with officers from the Romanian emigration in France. It is also said that the creation of the Nashi organization was suggested by Parvulescu and implemented by Dugin. He is presented as a magister of Alexander Dugin.

Still, I am totally cautious regarding what FSB laboratories and think tanks are able to do with a generous vision. Also, I do not think that isolating America will solve the problems in Europe. The fact that Peter the Great had two Romanians to educate him Nicolae Milescu Spataru — Nikolai Spafari in Russian — and Dimitrie Cantemir never stopped him or other tsars to invade and occupy parts of Romanian countries and distinguish themselves by the most cruel treatment against Romanians.

He is part of a certain Romanian literary trend even he wrote mostly in French as so many other Romanian writers. Never having what is called freedom of expression, the Romanian writer had to write beautifully, flamboyantly, convoluted, unintelligible for the unwanted eyes.

It is a game of life and death, only to write certain things regarding powerful men, countries with vested interests oarvulesco the region, about the jewish lobby, banned people, ideas, history, even science. Literature is the traditional way to speak about the unspeakable.

Describing unintelligible the most secret part of the European politics of his days. Dangerous work as he was practically a hostage of the Ottoman Empire. A strong resurgence of this style occurred at the end of the nineteen century, after the mysterious death of the poet Mihai Eminescu the details are indeed hallucinatory indicating a political assassinate — the killer being a jewish doctor and the strange experiments of Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu and even the stranger science of dr.


Since then, the Romanian writers developed a taste for occult, esoteric, strange, mythic — even if it was only a cover for protection. This isloosely described, the cultural milieu from which Parvulescu parvu,esco. Reading them is like a one thousand pages long intellectual teasing; without the satisfaction of the clear understanding.

Thanks for this very suggestive addendum to the essay above.

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I came into studying the whole far right literary tradition after being nean Mircea Parvuldsco at university. Romania certainly has a fascinating history. This would appear to be one of the works where each paragraph could become a novel in itself, and the book itself a sort of encyclopedia of the Secret History at a much higher level than most dare imagine.

Full marks to counter-currents for showing us how pathetically trivial Movement Past really was, and for reminding us that, of all creatures on Earth, only Man looks Parvuledco. The Duty implied in that is overwhelming for any single lifetime, save the One two thousand years ago, who still guides Mankind forward, even as He parvulezco mocked for His efforts. I wonder only about his dualistic idea.

If by this what is meant is that there is a higher order that corresponds with the lower one, then this is correct. Ultimately, however, the separation is illusory, as the one is a manifestation of the other, both being aspects of a single ultimate reality.

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