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Rhys-Williams, Lady Juliet – A prophetic dream of a paragraph in the London Times about a heavy drop in the earnings of small farmers

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024922

Type of Spiritual Experience

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A description of the experience

Premonitions: A leap in to the future – Herbert Greenhouse [1971]

As an economist Lady Rhys-Williams had a penchant for seeing non-existent articles and photos relating to her speciality. She would act on the information, only to discover that the article she thought she had "read" was not there. This would often cause her embarrassment, but invariably the article would appear, the next day or a few days later.

In 1957 she "saw" a paragraph in the London Times about a heavy drop in the earnings of small farmers. She immediately sat down and wrote a letter about it to the Prime Minister, but when she opened the newspaper to clip out the article, she couldn't find it. Mystified, she sent the letter without it. The following day the article appeared in the Times, and a puzzled Prime Minister may have wondered how she was privy to news that had not yet been announced.

The source of the experience

Rhys-Williams, Lady Juliet

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