- Category : 1946-births
- Type : MGP
- Profile : 2/4 - Hermit / Opportunist
- Definition : Split - Large
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Tension 2
French Wiccan high priestess who descended into black masses and orgies until she herself became a homicide victim.
She had been born Nicole-Martin from an unwed mother and was legitimized by her mother's marriage when she was two, 2/26/1949. Nicole met Jacques Coutela in 1970 on the Isle of Man where the Wicca International Witchcraft originated. They lived together and represented the sect in France with Nicole taking the name of "Diane Luciferia." Coutela was an author from 1986 of pornographic film scripts. He met Dominique Desseaux on the set of a film shooting and adopted her as his daughter, ignoring the fact that she had personality disorders and that a history of time spent in psychiatric hospitals. The Wiccan chapter began conducting black masses which ended up in sexual orgies. Eventually many members left, following a dissident.
On 3/10/1995, the two witches, Nicole and Dominique, appeared on a TV show, "J’y crois, j’y crois pas," hosted by Tina Kiffer on TF1. When they were not allowed to voice their opinions, they furiously stormed off the set.
Their rivalry escalated and on 3/15/1995, 2:40 PM, Dominique Desseaux murdered Nicole with a shotgun, staging the scene to make it look like a suicide at Kremlin Bicêtre [near Paris]. She then took Nicole's place as high priestess. On 3/23/1995, crazed with grief, Jacques Coutela murdered Dominique Desseaux by hanging her and then, hanging himself.