In The Sacred Science of Ancient Japan, you will discover the Japanese equivalent to Atlantis: records of ancient legends handed down as historical texts, stories of an age when gods and men interacted. Avery Morrow examines the provenance of these works, but more importantly, he discuss the importance of their content and the important messages they have for the world, through a rough comparison to the works of Julius Evola and René Guénon.
Avery Morrow is the author of The Sacred Science of Ancient Japan and various articles providing new perspectives on Eastern traditions. He is currently studying the Eastern classics and Shinto esotericism at St. John’s College in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Avery's Website: www.avery.morrow.name