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Ernest Hello and Leon Bloy

Started by ptlopes, June 07, 2023, 04:05:52 PM

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Hey everyone,

Leon Bloy was a French author, held in high esteem among many traditional Catholics, who espoused many strange ideas which some regard as luciferian.

Ernest Hello was another French author, who wrote about Philosophy and Theology. Garrigou-Lagrange converted after reading one of his books and St. John Mary Vianney once said that his genius came from God. Hello was a kind of master to Bloy. The two men gave credit to the alleged visions of Anne-Marie Boulé, an ex-prostitute, and apparently were into milenarian ideas.

Does anyone know if Ernest Hello was into luciferian ideas apparently as well as Bloy?

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Pedro

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Quote from: ptlopes on June 07, 2023, 04:05:52 PMGarrigou-Lagrange converted after reading one of his books
The Sacred Monster of Thomism p. 9:
Quote from: Peddicord, O.P.the young Garrigou-Lagrange began studies at the University of Bordeaux in 1896. While at Bordeaux he experienced a profound religious awakening, occasioned, as it were, by his reading Ernest Hello's L'Homme: la vie — la science — l'art.

Quote from: ptlopes on June 07, 2023, 04:05:52 PMDoes anyone know if Ernest Hello was into luciferian ideas apparently as well as Bloy?
Catholic Encyclopedia "Ernest Hello":
Quote from: OttenHello rejected the method inaugurated by [Rosicrucian?] Descartes and generally adopted in the systems of that day, making use, instead, of the principles of theology and philosophy as found in Scripture.
It seems Hello was a practicing Catholic.