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Raymond Abellio

Raymond Abellio is the pseudonym of French writer Georges Soulès. He was born
Raymond Abellio
November 11, 1907 in Toulouse, and died August 26, 1986 inNice.
Born Georges Soulès
11 November 1907
Life Toulouse, France

Abellio went to the École Polytechnique and then took part in the X-Crise Group.[1] Died 26 August 1986
He advocated far-left ideas, but like many other technocrats, he joined the Vichy
(aged 78)
Nice, France
regime during the Second World War and became in 1942 secretary general of
Eugène Deloncle's far-right Mouvement Social Révolutionnaire (MSR) party.[2] He
Resting Cimetière d'Auteuil,
place Paris, France
then participated in Marcel Déat's attempt of creating a unified Collaborationist
party. In April and September 1943 he participated in the Days of the Mont-Dore, an Occupation Novelist, essayist,
assembly of collaborationist personalities under the patronage of Philippe Pétain.[3]
After the Liberation, he was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment in absentia for Education École Polytechnique
Collaborationism, and escaped to Switzerland. However, he was pardoned in 1952 Notable Prix Sainte-Beuve
awards (1946)
and went on to start a literary career.
Prix des Deux
Besides his literary career, under the influence ofPierre de Combas, he developed an Magots (1980)
interest in esoterism, and especially astrology. He was also interested in the
possibility of a secret numerical code in the Bible, a subject that he developed in La Bible, document chiffré in 1950, and later in
Introduction à une théorie des nombres bibliques, in 1984. He proposed in particular that the number of the beast, 666, was the key
number of life, a manifestation of the holy trinity on all possible levels, material, animist and spiritual. He has also written on the
philosophy of rugby football.[4]

with André Mahé La Fin du nihilisme - 1943 (signed under his actual
name, Georges Soulès)
Heureux les pacifiques- 1946
Les yeux d'Ézéchiel sont ouverts- 1949
Vers un nouveau prophétisme : essai sur le ôler politique du sacré et la
situation de Lucifer dans le monde moderne- 1950
La Bible, document chiffré : essai sur la restitution des clefs de la
science numérale secrète. Tome 1. Clefs générales - 1950
La Bible, document chiffré : essai sur la restitution des clefs de la
science numérale secrète. Tome 2. Les Séphiroth et les 5 premiers
versets de la Genèse - 1950 Grave of Raymond Abellio in
Assomption de l'Europe-1954 cimetière d'Auteuil.
with Paul Sérant Au seuil de l'ésotérisme : précédé de : l'Esprit moderne
et la tradition - 1955
La fosse de Babel - 1962
La Structure absolue - 1965
Hommages à Robert Brasillach - 1965
Guénon, oui. Mais... in Planète n°15, April 1970
La Fin de l'Ésotérisme - 1973
Sol Invictus - 1981 (winner of the Prix des Deux-Magots)
Montségur - 1982
Visages immobiles - 1983
Introduction à une théorie des nombres bibliques- 1984
Manifeste de la nouvelleGnose - 1989 (edited by Marie-Thérèse de Brossesand Charles Hirsch)
Fondements d'éthique - 1994

1. Keith Aspley (2010). Historical Dictionary of Surrealism(https://books.google.com.au/books?id=3KK7JHqNrRsC&pg
=PA23&lpg=PA23&dq=%22+Georges+Soul%C3%A8s%22&source=bl&ots=zBF AtmW3iP&sig=cNyDslsUlx5iEc1Bw
rges%20Soul%C3%A8s%22&f=false). Scarecrow Press. ISBN 9780810858473. Retrieved 7 November 2016.
2. Mark Sedgwick erratum toAgainst the Modern WorldOxford University Press, 2004"Archived copy" (http://www1.au
. Archived (https://web.archive.org/web/20090405074052/http://w
ww1.aucegypt.edu/faculty/sedgwick/trad/book/errata.html)from the original on 2009-04-05. Retrieved 2008-05-17.
3. Antonin Cohen, Vers la Révolution Communautaire(http://www.cairn.info/revue-d-histoire-moderne-et-contemporain
e-2004-2-p-141.htm?WhatU=Raymond%20Abellio&Auteur=&doc=&ID_AR TICLE=RHMC_512_0141)Archived (http
p-141.htm?WhatU=Raymond%20Abellio&Auteur=&doc=&ID_AR TICLE=RHMC_512_0141)2011-05-22 at the
Wayback Machine., Revue d'Histoire Moderne et Contemporainen°51 (2004)
4. R. ABELLIO, « Le rugby et la maîtrise du temps »,Cahiers Raymond Abellio, novembre 1983, p. 75-76

"French Visions for a New Europe"

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