It is rare for a clairvoyant to have their profession registered on their passports these days, but Mr Marinus D Dykshoorn was more than an unusual man in his time. According to his autobiography “My Passport Says Clairvoyant” this gifted empath was certainly not a cheap psychic. He was a highly respected gentleman with astounding paranormal gifts, so much so the word Helderziende, meaning clairvoyant, was listed as his occupation on his Dutch passport.
Once Mr Dykshoorn immigrated to the Bronx from Holland in 1973 he continued with his “miracle working” ways in the USA. Yet, many years previously, when he was but a five year old kid from a small village in the Netherlands, he predicted an infertile woman would be “with child.” His parents teased him but the little boy was proved right, and would soon become a legend in his own time.
His remarkable psychic gifts would enable him to locate lost items and people, in fact he traced silver coins in a field and even the hidden graves of Dutch soldiers massacred during the First World War; not even by a long stretch of the imagination could he be described as a cheap psychic, or could he?
When Dykshoorn cooperated with the NYPD as a US emigrant in the mid seventies, he was a cheap psychic. Why? Well, in exchange for his insights his payment was a place to live and groceries for his family. He continued to work in complete anonymity with police, also cooperating with law enforcement agencies worldwide to trace the whereabouts of the missing victims of crime. But Dykshoorn was not only an exceptionally talented clairvoyant who liked to keep his gifts under wraps, he was a healer, one New York resident swore that he had cured her of a brain tumour.
When he died in his eighties, the church was full of emotional fans whom he had helped and advised during his lifetime. He had always been available to anyone and everyone, happy to guide them along their way, his insights amazed folks, his kindness and compassion supported their lives.
Kindness and compassion is a perquisite for any psychic. Their talents can be insightful, sometimes astounding when they track a lost pet, or analyse a love relationship but without empathetic skills their gifts fall on arid ground. Of course, clairvoyants like any other profession need to earn a living, but if they put finances before feeling, their talent could dissipate, and their readings will become far less effective and insightful.
These days, the best astro companies ensure their psychics are genuine, and above all want to help their fellow man. For that reason alone it is always best to consult a reputable company when seeking a clairvoyant on line, because not only have they been tried and tested but chosen for their heartfelt attitudes.
Certainly Mr Dykshoorn will not be forgotten, he will be remembered as a gentle and talented clairvoyant by all the people he helped during the course of his amazing life, and without doubt the spirits of the deceased crime victims whose bodies were hidden in cellars or buried in lost locations will be greeting him enthusiastically on the other side!