Madame de Thèbes
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Madame de Thèbes (1845 – 1916), pseudonym of Anne Victorine Savigny was a French clairvoyant and palm reader. She plied her trade from her living room at No. 29 Avenue de Wagram in Paris. Every Christmas, she published her prophecies in an Almanac, which enjoyed wide circulation. She was said to have predicted:
- The Boer War;
- The Russo-Japanese War;
- Triggers of World War I;
- The violent death of General Boulanger;
- The tragic death of Catulle Mendès;
- The death of William Thomas Stead;
- The case of Caillaux.
She published the book The Enigma of the Dream: Explanation of Dreams in 1908.
- Baritaud, Bernard (1992). Pierre Mac Orlan: His Life, His Time. ISBN 9782600036931. Retrieved 27 December 2013.
- "Mme. de Thebes's War Prophecies" (pdf). The New York Times. 21 March 1915. Retrieved April 8, 2010.
- Madame de Thèbes (1908). L'énigme du Rêve: Explication des Songes [The Enigma of the Dream: Explanation of Dreams] (in French). Paris: Librairie Felix Juven. Retrieved 21 June 2011.
- "Madame de Thebes, World's Most Renowned Seeress, Foretells Great Events of 1914". The Pittsburg Press. 28 December 1913. Retrieved 27 December 2013.
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