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PHILIPPE Nizier Anthelme. (1849-1905). French miracle-worker born 25 April 1849 in Loisieux (Savoie, France). Nizier Anthelme Philippe, commonly called "master Philippe", made a name for himself by his numerous parapsychological activities during his life. He was responsible for an impressive number of recoveries, to the benefit of persons of all conditions, and invited people to lead an exemplary spiritual life. He was a frequent practitioner in the fields of clairvoyance, telepathy, bilocation and communicated with animals, for which he had great respect as for all other divine creations. "I spoke to animals and animals spoke to me" he said one day. Czar Nicolas II offered him two greyhounds. According to a French police report dated from 8 November 1902, at around 53, Nizier Anthelme Philippe was 5 feet and 5 inches tall, rather corpulent, brown-haired, deep blue-eyed and had a vivid gaze. He married Jeanne Landar and they had a daughter, Victoire, who passed away in 1904 aged 25. Nizier Anthelme Philippe died on 2 August 1905 at the age of 56, in Arbresle (Rhône, France) where he resided. He was buried in the cemetery of Loyasse (France). A very documented biography has been written by his Alsatian secretary, Alfred Hael ( "Vies et paroles du maître Philippe", Life and words of master Philippe).