Jean Dixon, U.S.A., 1918 -1997



Jeane Dixon a modern-day prophet from Washington, USA.  Even at the age of nine Jeane Dixon, from Washington in the United States, was seeing into the future. Later, as an ordinary housewife married to a real estate agent, she became renowned for her startling accuracy.  In 1952 she predicted the assassination of John F. Kennedy 11 years ahead, at a time when Kennedy was still a senator for Massachusetts. She was in St Matthew's Cathedral in Washington one morning when she had a vision of the White House and a young, blue-eyed man standing at the door and, at the same time, heard a warning that a Democrat who would be inaugurated as President in 1960 would be assassinated while in office. Her prediction was reported but later forgotten.  In 1960 John F. Kennedy became the youngest man ever elected President, on the smallest majority of the popular vote. Early in 1963 Jeane Dixon began to have new, disturbing premonitions about the President's safety and she made several atempts to warn him of the danger she saw ahead. On the morning of Friday, 22 November, she told friends: 'This is the day it will happen.' That afternoon, Kennedy was riding in an open car through Dallas, Texas, when he was gunned down. Five years later Jeane Dixon was addressing a meeting in the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles when a questioner asked if Robert Kennedy would ever become President. 'No,' she answered. 'He will never become President of the United States because of a tragedy right here in this hotel.' A week later Robert Kennedy won the California primary and he had just finished addressing a victory rally from the stage of the Ambassador Hotel's ballroom when he was shot by a 24-year old Jordanian born immigrant. He died the following day. Sadly, her warnings of tragedy ahead are not always heeded. In January 1942 she told the film actress Carole Lombard that it would be dangerous for her to travel by plane within the next six weeks. Carole, who was intensely patriotic, was going on a government-sponsored tour to sell war bonds at a vicrory rally in Indianapolis in three days' time and was not inclined to change her plans because of a clairvoyant's warning. The most she would agree to, when Jeane Dixon pressed, was fo flip a coin: if it was heads she would cancel the trip, if it was tails, she would go ahead. The coin came down tails.  Carole reached Indianapolis safely and, as she was due to rerurn by train, it looked as though the warnings were meaningless. Then at the last minute she took an overnight plane. At a stopover in Albuquerque Carole and her companion were askcd if they would give up their seats to army officers who needed to join their unit. But Carole, who had left after a blazing row with her husband Clark Gable, was anxious to get home to make up with him. She never reached him near Las Vegas the plane ran into violent storm and crashed in the mountains. The 90m (300ft) heat of flame from the crashed aircraft was visible for miles. 1


1. From "A Gift Of Prophecy: The phenomenal Jeane Dixon" by Ruth Montgomery



In 1945, Dixon warned an official of the Indian diplomatic mission in Washington DC:


§         "On June 2, 1947, your country, India, will split in two as the result of an internal controversy."


It happened so. During the summer of 1947, she predicted thus:


§         "Mahatma Ghandhi will be assassinated within the next six months. He will be killed by someone they least suspect."


This also came true.


Jeanne Dixon also made hundreds of trivial predictions about celebrities and insignificant events (usually wrong), earning her the sobriquet of a "gossip prophet". She explained it thus:


§         "When a psychic vision is not fulfilled as expected, it is not because what has been shown is not correct; it is because I have not interpreted it correctly."


One of Jeanne Dixon's prophecies, published in the 1970s, was fulfilled in part when Mehmed Agca attacked Pope John Paul II:


§         "During this century one pope will suffer bodily harm. Another will be assassinated. The assassination will be the final blow to the office of the Holy See. This pope will be the same one who will be chosen in the not too distant future but whose election will not be approved by the Roman clergy. His influence, however, will be such that he will win out over the objections of his opponents. While this pope will be the last one ever to reign as singular head of the Church, the beginnings of this change will occur with one of his predecessors who will give far-reaching powers to his cardinals. These same cardinals will use their powers to replace him with one more to their liking."


Like Nostradamus (C. 1:60) and St. John (Revelation 8: 8-12), Jeanne Dixon saw that Earth will be struck by a comet. Her timing was premature:


§         "I have seen a comet strike our Earth around the middle of the 1980s. Earthquakes and tidal waves will befall us as a result of the tremendous impact of this heavenly body in one of our great oceans..."


Dixon also foresaw the advent of the Antichrist and the False Prophet:


§         "Satan is now coming into the open to seduce the world and we should be prepared for the inevitable events that are to follow. I have seen that the United States is to play a major role in this development... I have seen a 'government within a government' develop in the US within the last few years... I see this 'government within a government' being controlled and financed by a well-oiled political ‘machine’ of one of our leading political families. With their eye on the White House, I see them discredit any man who occupies it without their approval, no matter how good his political programs may be.


§         "They will --- through political intimidation, propaganda, and illegal sixth-column activities --- make every effort to show the nation that only their man, the one who heads their 'machine', has the sole right to occupy the White House. Their campaign is going to cause great harm to our nation both here and abroad.


§         "I 'see' this group succeed in taking over de facto control of the country. They will give rise to an upheaval in our social structure as never before seen. They will bring about increased social unrest and great discontent. Foreign subversive elements will --- as they did in the 1960s --- infiltrate the unruly factions and cause renewed fighting on the nation's campuses and in racial ghettos


§         "All of the evil in the masses will be swept toward an unknown frenzy by this ‘machine’.


§         "I 'see' a member of this 'machine' ascend to power in New York City, enforcing new laws and regulations that will affect many households of that great metropolis. [Obviously, the Rockefellers are indicated here]


§         "The social and religious chaos generated by this political machine throughout the United States will prepare the nation for the coming of the prophet of the Antichrist. This political unit of the East will be the tool of the serpent in delivering the masses to him.


§         "The False Prophet’s domain shall be the intellectual seduction of mankind. It means a mixture of political, philosophical, and religious ideology that will throw the populations of the world into a deep crisis of faith in God... One of his first duties and responsibilities in readying the world for the advent of his 'master' is to manipulate the available propaganda machines. With teaching and propaganda the prophet will cause people not merely to accept the Antichrist but rather to desire him with positive enthusiasm to create the conditions of his coming and to participate in organizing the frightful and terrifying despotism of his World Empire.


§         "[The seemingly miraculous phenomena he will produce] will not be supernatural or preternatural events but rather prodigies of science and human achievements, but interpreted in such a way as to lead men away from God and toward the worship of the Antichrist... The prophet of the Antichrist and the Antichrist himself will be specific and identifiable persons!" 2


2. Taken from Prophecy –A History of the Future (Internet Edition), by Robert A. Nelson at