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Christopher Gérard was born on 7 July, 1962 in New York City, is a writer. Discover Christopher Gérard's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 61 years old?

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Occupation writer and critic
Age 61 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 7 July, 1962
Birthday 7 July
Birthplace New York City
Nationality United States

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In 2009, Gérard was awarded the Prix Félix Denayer from the ARLLFB for the book Aux Armes de Bruxelles. The book is about the city of Brussels, with a focus on cafés and tea houses, but also on architecture, parks and culture. The jury wrote that it was surprised by the author's departure from his usual style and subjects, but that the prize was "as much for one particular work as for all of them together". Porte Louise (2010) and Vogelsang ou la Mélancolie du vampire (2012) are novels set in Brussels, the first a murder mystery and the second a vampire story. Le Prince d'Aquitaine (2018), a personal novel about a destructive father, received the special Grand Prix of the magazine L'Incorrect.


Gérard is critical of the modern pagans who enforce Christian demonization by embracing phenomena such as Satanism and witchcraft. According to Gérard, these practitioners are predominantly American, and he has described their purported connection to pagan religiosity as "a historical hallucination". He criticizes the Wicca movement for what he calls "a consumeristic aspect"; according to Gérard, "certain of these people will present themselves as Druids somewhere in Oregon for six months, then suddenly somewhere else they are Egyptian priests. It is neither profound, nor constructive. It is a parody." He also criticizes those who equate paganism with far-right politics or nationalism. In his book La Source pérenne (2007), he dismisses nationalism as a life-draining, administrative product of the French Revolution, and only writes approvingly about the patriotism that exists on a continental level. The political scientist Stéphane François used Gérard's Parcours païen (2000) and Alain de Benoist's On Being a Pagan (1981) as the two principal books in focus in his 2008 study on the neopagan currents within the Nouvelle Droite.


Gérard has written a French translation of Emperor Julian's Against the Galilaeans, published in 1995. He lays out his approach to faith and ethics in the books Parcours païen and La Source pérenne, and has written several novels which reflect his religious views. His debut novel from 2003, Le Songe d’Empédocle, is set in Belgium, Delphi, Rome and India, and concerns a man, loosely based on Gérard himself, who discovers a secret society which has kept paganism alive in Europe.


In 1992, Gérard created and became the editor of the journal Antaios, intended as a continuation of the magazine of the same name which Mircea Eliade and Ernst Jünger edited from 1959 to 1971. The new Antaios existed until 2001 and became the publication of the Société d'Etudes Polythéistes (lit. 'Society for Polytheist Studies'), founded in 1998.


Christopher Gérard (born 7 July 1962) is a Belgian novelist, publisher and literary critic. He is known as a promoter of modern Paganism, drawing much inspiration from Hinduism, and published the journal Antaios from 1992 to 2001. He has written novels and non-fiction books where paganism and the city of Brussels are recurring elements.