Reuter, Florizel von (1893– )
Professor and director of the Master School for Violin at the
Vienna State Academy of Music. His mother developed automatic
writing, receiving messages in seventeen languages,
many of them being evidential in character and often coming
in mirror writing. In The Psychic Experiences of a Musician (1928),
von Reuter gave a full analytical account of these phenomena.
His second book The Consoling Angel (1930), narrated the receipt
of automatic-writing messages from a school friend of his
mother’s, including over three hundred proofs of identity, all
dealing with matters totally unknown to von Reuter and his
mother. Ernesto Bozzano considered the book to be one of the
most evidential publications of the time.
A third book, A Musician’s Talks with Unseen Friends (1931),
is a record of automatic scripts received by von Reuter alone,
dealing with ethical and philosophical matters, and given (as
in the case of William Stainton Moses) by a band of communicators.
Later von Reuter and his mother also developed direct
voice and received apport phenomena in their own circle. Von
Reuter lectured on psychic matters all over Germany and the
British Isles. He was associated with Baron von SchrenckNotzing
in a series of experiments with the Schneider brothers.
Sources
Reuter, Florizel von. A Musician’s Talks with Unseen Friends.
London Rider, 1931.