Mr. Haggard, British Consul at Trieste has a prophetic dream of a scene with the German Consul-General and the Russian Consul
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
The Future and Beyond – H F Saltmarsh
This case is taken from Proc, XI, 491:
Mr. Haggard, British Consul at Trieste, had a vivid dream in which he was invited to dine with the German Consul-General. He was ushered into a large room on the walls of which were hung trophies of arms from East Africa. (H., himself, had been much in East Africa.) After dinner he went to inspect the arms and noticed a beautiful gold-mounted sword which he pointed out to the French Vice-Consul, who at that moment joined him. As they were talking the Russian Consul came up and joined in the conversation, remarking on the small size of the hilt of the sword. He became very excited while talking and waved his arm above his head as though wielding a sword.
Mr. Haggard was much impressed with the vividness of this dream and recounted it to his wife on waking. Some six weeks later he was invited to dine with the German Consul-General when the events of the dream were repeated in every de tail. While the Russian Consul was talking and waving his arms about, Mr Haggard withdrew quietly from the group, walked to where his wife was standing and called her attention to the scene.
She remembered the dream perfectly and was able to witness its fulfilment. Mr. Haggard's account is confirmed by his wife and two other witnesses.