Catherine Elise Muller
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|Born||9 December 1861|
|Died||10 June 1929 (67)|
|Known for||From India to the Planet Mars (1900)|
Catherine Elise Muller (December 9, 1861 - June 10, 1929), also known as Hélène Smith (the pseudonym used by Théodore Flournoy in his From India to the Planet Mars), was a Swiss trance medium who claimed to have astrally travelled to ancient times and other planets in the solar system, particularly Mars.
- Flournoy, Th. (1900) (in French), Des Indes à la Planète Mars: Étude sur un Cas de Somnambulisme avec Glossolalie, Paris: F. Alcan, https://archive.org/details/desindeslaplan00flou
- Flournoy, Th.; Vermilye, Daniel B. (1900) (in English), From India to the Planet Mars: A Study of a Case of Somnambulism With Glossolalia, New York and London: Harper & Bros., https://archive.org/details/fromindiatoplane00flou