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The life and times of Doctor Dee
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 9-7-2009 | 0 comments
The greatest magician of all time was undoubtedly the Englishman John Dee. His life and his works are wrapped in shrouds of mystery, surrounded by all sorts of ...

The curse of Macbeth
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 8-10-2009 | 5 comments
Don't mention the name of "that play"! The Unmentionable is considered to bring bad luck to its cast... Apparently, the story that Macbeth was cursed sprang up ...

Haunted castles to visit.. in Scotland!
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 8-3-2009 | 4 comments
[b]Glamis Castle:[/b] The most famous haunted castle of Spooky Scotland is propably Glamis Castle. Since 1372, the castle has been the family home of the Earls ...

Nostradamus, Obama and 2012
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 7-16-2009 | 32 comments
Nostradamus strikes again. Google “Obama”, “Antichrist”, 2012… and I predict you will get a massive number of hits. There are circulating on the worldwide web s...

The Satanist Chaplain
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 7-4-2009 | 0 comments
In 1891 Joris-Karl Huysmans published his novel "Lŕ-bas" in which he paints a fantasy of Satanism and the occult, such as it was reportedly still practiced at t...

Down there: a history of Satanism
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 6-19-2009 | 2 comments
In 1890, the already famous French "decadent" writer Joris-Karl Huysmans wrote to a friend that he was looking for "a demoniac sodomite priest" who performed th...

The ghost of Anne Boleyn
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 6-9-2009 | 8 comments
The spirit of Henry VIII apparently sleeps peacefully. But the two wives he executed - Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard - still haunt the world they once lived ...

3 days of mysteries with Kathleen McGowan
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 5-30-2009 | 1 comment
I've just spend three days in Belgium with Kathleen McGowan, author of "The Expected One" and "The Book of Love", in some mystery places in Belgium: Bruges, Ghe...

The Holy Blood of Bruges-la-Morte
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 5-19-2009 | 0 comments
Annually, and this since 1150, the city of Bruges has been attracting thousands of visitors to one of the great religious pageants in Europe… This year, the Hol...

Mysteries of the Mystic Lamb
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 5-10-2009 | 0 comments
The Ghent Altarpiece, also known as the Mystic Lamb, was completed in 1432 by Flemish Primitive Jan Van Eyck. The painting is surrounded by mysteries concerning...

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