Rhys-Williams, Lady Juliet – A prophetic dream that Archbishop Makarios had asked General de Gaulle to mediate a dispute in Cyprus
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Premonitions: A leap in to the future – Herbert Greenhouse 
Sometimes her psychic experience involved two media -radio and the press. On February 24, 1964, Lady Rhys-Williams thought she heard an early morning announcement that Archbishop Makarios had asked General de Gaulle to mediate a dispute in Cyprus. She later told this news to her daughter and the chauffeur. But neither the newspapers nor the radio said anything that day about such a request.
Two days later, however, on the twenty-seventh, a political correspondent wrote that in an interview with a Paris newspaper on the twenty-sixth, the Archbishop said he would like de Gaulle to mediate.
Lady Rhys-Williams "heard" the news twenty-four hours in advance of the interview with Archbishop Makarios and dramatized a meeting between the Archbishop and General de Gaulle. Although no mention is made of a radio broadcast, it is probable that the early morning French news bulletin, which Lady Rhys-Williams thought she had heard, did feature it later.