Category Archives: Interfaith


Spiritual Crisis in the Modern World: Greg Kaminsky in interview

In our second podcast on spirituality, we talk to Greg Kaminsky of Occult of Personality, a long-running podcast dedicated to Western esotericism, Gnosticism, the occult, and related subjects. Some of the…

Statue of Shiva, India

God in India: the Abrahamic and the Dharmic religions

Dr. Joris Gielen studied History, Science of Religion and Theology at the Catholic University of Leuven and also obtained the MA in Indian Philosophy and Religion at Banaras Hindu University….

Luigi Russolo, "The Revolt" 1911.

The surveillance state and the end of liberalism

“What tyranny will be like when it has enormous technical weapons is very hard to say, but we are clearly moving toward that,” the once controversial, now obscure, yet quite…


Banned: the ancient Hindu symbol of Dharma mistaken for hate sign

In this age, in which Westerners pride themselves on ethnic and religious tolerance, Indians and Hindus have been shocked and surprised to discover their most sacred symbol banned from public…

The Hindu festival of Holi.

Holi celebrated by Hindus and Muslims in Uttar Pradesh

After 34 communal riots between Hindus and Muslims in the region last year, members of the two communities celebrated the Hindu holy festival of Holi, in the northern Indian state…


French spiritual author Rene Guenon translated into Farsi

In recent decades the writings of French metaphysician Rene Guenon (1886-1951) have been quietly gaining more adherents in the Middle East, Asia and the Balkans. Guenon is one of the…


Initiation, Islam and globalism: an interview with Charles Upton

Charles Upton is a Traditionalist and Sufi Muslim, and the author of 17 books on spirituality. His most recent book is Vectors of the Counter-Initiation: The Course and Destiny of…


European Union equates religions with communism

For Karl Marx, religion was “the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. [And] the opium of the people.” For…


On “Neo-Perennialism” and religious unity

It seems that some people are beginning to claim that Islam has a certain precedence over the other religions because it is “more universalist” than they are. But isn’t this…