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Nicolas Remy’s Demonolatry (1970)
Written and compiled by George Knowles Nicholas Remy was one of a number of French magistrates who gained notoriety as ruthless Inquisitors and Witch-hunters during the infamous Witch perscecutions of the 14th - 17th centuries. Remy was the author of Daemonolatreiae Demonolatry first published in Lyons in This was one of a chain of books written in the wake of the infamous Malleus Maleficarum The Hammer of Witches of intended to inflame the witchcraft delusion. The Daemonolatreiae was reprinted several times, translated into German and eventually replaced the Malleus Maleficarum as the most recognized handbook of witch-hunters in Europe. Daemonolatreiae Demonolatry Remy is thought to have been born around ? His family had long been known in the Province and came from a branch of the ancient House of St. Remegio of Chalons sue Marne from approx
Demonolatry: An Account of the Historical Practice of Witchcraft
Early life[ edit ] After studying law at the University of Toulouse , Remy practised in Paris from to Publications[ edit ] Remy wrote a number of poems and several books on history, but is known for his Daemonolatreiae libri tres "Demonolatry" , written in Latin and published in Lyon in The book was reprinted several times, translated into German, and eventually replaced the Malleus Maleficarum as the most recognized handbook of witch-hunters in parts of Europe. According to Remy, the Devil could appear before people in the shape of a black cat or man, and liked Black Masses. Demons could also have sexual relationships with women and, in case they did not agree, rape them.