The Satanist Chaplain of the Holy Blood: Part 2

6/18/2009 08:57:00 AM ·


In 1891 Joris-Karl Huysmans published his novel "Là-bas" in which he paints a fantasy of Satanism and the occult, such as it was reportedly still practiced at that time in Paris. One of the most sinister figures however, the so-called "canon Docre", turned out to be Louis Van Haecke, chaplain of the Holy Blood Chapel of Bruges...

In 1891 Joris-Karl Huysmans published his novel "Là-bas" (translated as "Down There" or "The Damned") in which he paints

a fantasy of Satanism and the occult, such as it was reportedly still practiced at that time in Paris. One of the most sinister figures in the story is the debauched character of the canon Docre, celebrating black masses. Read More

~~Patrick Bernauw

Read Part One of the Holy Blood....Here

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