Jarricot, Jean (1877-1962)

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Jarricot, Jean (1877-1962)

French homeopathic physician and experimenter in the field of radiesthesia. Born July 14, 1877, at Saint Genis Laval, Rhône, France, he studied at Lyon University. Jarricot was laboratory director at the medical school of Lyon University and was on the staff for medical research in pharmodynamics at St. Rambert I'lle Barbe, Rhône.

He was honorary president of the Rhône Homeopathy Society; an honorary member of Barcelona Medico-Homeopathic Society; an associate member of the Hahnemanian Institute of Brazil; and a laureate of the Académie Française (1960). His article "A quel cadre de reférences rattacher les faits de parapsychologie?" (In what terms of reference should we consider parapsychology?) was published in La Tour Saint Jacques (May 1958). He died November 13, 1962.


Jarricot, Jean. Pendule et Médecine (Pendulum and Medicine). Paris: G. Doin, 1949.

. Radiesthesie (Radiesthesia). N.p., 1958.

Pleasants, Helene, ed. Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology. New York: Helix Press, 1964.