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Croiset, Gerard - Dr J H Sebus, and the loss of a valuable rare copy of an early medical treatise

Identifier

022925

Type of Spiritual Experience

Background

A description of the experience

Croiset the Clairvoyant - Jack Harrison Pollack

The Forgetful Physician

A physician in Utrecht, Dr. J. H. Sebus, lost a valuable small book early in November 1955. This was a rare copy of an early medical treatise and Dr. Sebus prized it highly.  He believed that it had been stolen by a man who had visited him several times and shown a covetous interest in it.

Dr. Sebus, who knew Croiset, asked him if he had any impression about his treasured possession. Croiset immediately answered, "It has not been stolen, Doctor. I see it in your cupboard which has green curtains."

The book was later found by Dr. Sebus in the drawer of his desk which was covered by a green cloth.

"Croiset saw a cupboard instead of a drawer," observes Dr. Tenhaeff. "The green cloth on the desk he mistook for curtains."

In discussing Croiset's partial success in a similar case, Tenhaeff said, "Some skeptics expect the paragnost to see everything. If he doesn't live up to expectations, he isn't the real thing in the eyes of the uninitiated."

The source of the experience

Croiset, Gerard

Concepts, symbols and science items

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Science Items

Activities and commonsteps

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