>Does the source disappear when it gets manifested?
Disappear from what or where? It precedes manifestation, logically, and then the debate expands over where this manifestation happens and if it's separate, equal to or contained within the Source.
The subtlety between pandeism and pantheism would probably amount to direct interference in a way that mirror many religions or a complete laissez-faire
approach, which brings us to the notion of affecting and moving without being active, or more precise proactive. It just is
Many ancient religions had something akin to this primeval force which then engendered intermediary "workers" to conceptualize and organize Creation.
>Then he could be a Freemason, no? The central tenet of Freemasonry is the root of all corruption.
Deism does not explicitly require a basis in Freemasonry but then Freemasonry is a big topic where we would arrive at a point we'd force to acknowledge that it is based on laws that govern the universe, but reaches them through a warped understanding thereof.
To keep things simple, he would have not needed to be one, but he would have then probably recognized what a
Freemasonry was or could have been.
>Theory of reincarnation, and that of eternal return are based on different logical and metaphysical concepts however, despite a lot of overlapping.
Yes but that's due to how in mainstream view reincarnation is understood, which is not necessarily obvious to us, people into this specific type of science and spirituality so as to post here for example, because of the way we think now, but I have seen the meme
of "I come back as me but in future times" to be the general idea people seem to understand.
Seeing reincarnation as what is really means etymologically speaking, back into a meat bag that acts as an instrument to a higher part of "you" (avatara, but for the lesser ones) is quite an alien concept to most people it seems, although some movies in the last two or three decades, most of them in the science fiction genre, do cover that topic in ways that might implant in the general population a clearer and more accurate idea of what it is to exist in this world, a stage for players. In due time I think it will become possible to open more and more minds to this idea.
>It has more to do with specific generative "models" so to speak
Absolutely, for the same reason that the Aryan beauty canon narrows onto a specific ideal form that's the sum of geometric phenotypical values. There definitely are archetypes for the types of people, including the untermensch.
>You can't compare moonlight to sunlight though.
Exactly, the moon relays the light. It has its own purpose but even the moon isn't always active, as if to make the point that not only it reflects a fraction of the true source, but it seems to need to rest.
>Although Evola meant lunar more as in cthonic, formless, feminine, not a literal moon.
Mmm well not so sure of that, he's repeatedly specific in his opposition and really likes to tie the moon to underground forces. He follows a logic that has merits in that elevation can only come from a superior help, in position and hierarchy. But he missed the point of the underground forces having their usefulness, notably in times of rejuvenation and
resistance, especially in times of pure darkness where even the struggling moon is then absent. In many religious systems, which I'm sure Evola would have abundantly criticized, the underworld was a place of terrible judgement but just an end point onto another state, sometimes even a purifying "intermedium". Sometimes even Solar/light archetypes were to emerge from this realm, which is exactly what we see today.
The Truth comes from above but it cannot reach us directly without subverting the ultimate subverting structure, certainly exemplified in the chans against the ZOG that used ridicule, sarcasm and humor in a way into the minds of people and which is why the left cannot meme.