A 17th Century Pact with the Devil – Non-Fiction



Feature Writer: starrywisdomsect

Feature Title: A 17th Century Pact with the Devil

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A 17th Century Pact with the Devil

Urbain Grandier was a French Catholic priest who was burned at the stake after being convicted of witchcraft, following the events of the so-called “Loudun Possessions.”

One of the documents introduced as evidence during Grandier’s trial was a diabolical pact written in backward Latin and apparently signed by several demons with their seals, as well as by Satan himself.

Deciphered and translated to English, it reads:


“We, the influential Lucifer, the young Satan, Beelzebub, Leviathan, Elimi, and Astaroth, together with others, have today accepted the covenant pact of Urbain Grandier, who is ours. And him do we promise the love of women, the flower of virgins, the respect of monarchs, honors, lusts and powers. He will go whoring three days long; the carousal will be dear to him. He offers us once in the year a seal of blood, under the feet he will trample the holy things of the church and he will ask us many questions; with this pact he will live twenty years happy on the earth of men, and will later join us to sin against God. Bound in hell, in the council of demons.”