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Tholen, Warner - Prophesying the Queen Juliana airplane crash in Frankfurt, Germany

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022934

Type of Spiritual Experience

Background

A description of the experience

Croiset the Clairvoyant - Jack Harrison Pollack

Croiset's protege, Warner Tholen, gazed at the music book on a woman neighbour's piano, and saw the face of a Madonna. "Suddenly it changed to the face of Queen Juliana and I saw the text of Ave Maria,” he told me. "I saw an airplane with forty-one funeral cars, and one person walking away." Tholen mailed this impression to Professor Tenhaeff.

Several days later the Queen Juliana airplane crashed in Frankfurt, Germany, killing forty-one persons. The only survivor was a stewardess, who walked away from the crash.

"It was a remarkable impression," explains Dr. Tenhaeff.

"The only error that Tholen made was on the music book. It was Ave Verrum (Hymns of the Dead) instead of 'Ave Maria."'

The source of the experience

Tholen, Warner

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