Ford, Arthur - A premonition of the death of his brother George
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
From Nothing so Strange - Arthur Ford
My most startling experience came the morning of the false armistice. I wakened with an acute feeling of-depression, a deep misery not in keeping with my nature. When the announcement of peace came and people responded with hysterical joy, I knew the report was false.
The morning of the real Armistice was marked by my first flash of clairvoyant knowledge which had personal significance. As I opened my eyes I was startled to see the face of my brother George who was located at a southern army camp. He was smiling but I felt a sense of apprehension. Later I found that during the night he had come down with a severe case of influenza, soon augmented by complications from which he later died.