Serge Hutin

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Serge Hutin (1927–1997) born in France, was an author on books on esoterica and the occult.[1]


Hutin was a writer of many books on the occult and esoteric, he wrote about Freemasonry, secret societies, Rosicrucianism, alchemy and astrology and many other occult topics.[2][3] Hutin wrote about the Kabbalah and claimed that Isaac Newton was a Christian Kabbalist.[4]

Hutin is most well known in UFO circles for his ancient astronaut book called Alien Races and Fantastic Civilizations (1975) in which he claimed ancient civilizations across the earth were colonial outposts built by extraterrestrials. The book was similar to books by other authors of the time such as Jacques Bergier and Jean Sendy.[5][6] Hutin also wrote about Atlantis and gave a lot of credit to Plato for writing about it.[7]

List of works[edit]

Hutin published over 40 books (The following are ones which have been translated into English):

  • History of the Rosicrucians (1959)
  • World history of secret societies (1959)
  • The Freemasons (1960)
  • Paracelsus: the man, the physician, the alchemist (1966)
  • A History of Alchemy - Ancient Science of Changing Common Metals Into Gold (1971)
  • Robert Fludd (1972)
  • Alien Races and Fantastic Civilizations (1975) ISBN 0-425-02769-4
  • Casting spells (1978)
  • History of astrology (1986)
  • Nostradamus and alchemy (1988)
  • Invisible government and secret societies
  • The Prophecies of Nostradamus

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Profile of Serge Hutin
  2. ^ Mark Stavish, Freemasonry: Rituals, Symbols & History of the Secret Society, 2007, p. 134
  3. ^ Jan Birksted, Le Corbusier and the occult, 2009, p. 151
  4. ^ Matt Goldish, Judaism in the theology of Sir Isaac Newton, 1998 p. 159
  5. ^ Diana G. Tumminia, Alien worlds: social and religious dimensions of extraterrestrial contact, 2007, p. 65
  6. ^ Susan J. Palmer, Aliens adored: Raël's UFO religion, 2004, Chapter 1
  7. ^ Charles J. Cazeau, Stuart D. Scott, Exploring the unknown: great mysteries reexamined

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