I am a graduate student at an American university with a B.A. in religion from Carleton College. I am interested in issues pertaining to Japanese esoterism and traditionalism. I enjoy bridging the gap between academia and the general public.
My first book for a popular audience, The Sacred Science of Ancient Japan: Lost Chronicles of the Age of the Gods, introduces Japan's ultra-ancient parahistory to the English-speaking world, explaining the symbolism of ancient eras using the methodology of Julius Evola. It is available for purchase on Amazon and other sites.
I've also published work in several academic journals about Asian traditions and traditionalists of all stripes.
My blog is where I put other interesting tidbits that don't fit into my major studies. You can contact me by leaving a comment there.
Background: Detail from Hokusai Manga VII.