Croiset, Gerard - Premonitions of World War II
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Croiset the Clairvoyant - Jack Harrison Pollack
Croiset had many paranormal impressions of the future invasion of Holland by the Nazis. But he was not aware that his visions concerned war. Very often, he did not understand their meaning.
However, in the Parapsychology Institute files is the following letter written by Mr. C.V.:
"In 1933 I first met Croiset. I liked him even though his visions puzzled me. In 1938 our relations became strained when I became a member of the N.S.B. [a group of Dutch citizens who sympathized with and aided the Nazis during World War II]. After that Croiset and I rarely saw each other.
But in 1939 he again warned me that my pro-German sentiments would get me into trouble. He 'saw' me in a black uniform-during the war years of 1941-43 I actually did wear such a uniform. He also predicted that I would spend several years in prison. At the time, I considered Croiset's predictions absurd. But I was thrown into a Dutch prison camp in Holland and wasn't freed until November 1948.