I wish you had done some research on Evola and Traditionalism before writing this. There is a historical record. You can consult primary sources. I’ll freely admit that “Revolt Against the Modern World” is dense. In later life he repudiated portions. A far better introduction to Evola’s thought is “Men Among the Ruins” and “Ride the Tiger”. You still won’t like him but the narrative you are constructing will only be mischaracterized rather than outright fabrication.