DEATH OF A “BLUE-EYED DEMOCRAT”
Clairvoyants-those people who claim knowledge denied to the rest of mankind-often seem to predict bad news rather than good.
Jeane L. Dixon was one of the best-known American self-proclaimed psychics and astrologers of the 20th century, due to her syndicated newspaper astrology column, some well-publicized predictions, and a best-selling biography.
Mrs Jeane Dixon was the first person to warn friends of President Kennedy that he was in danger. And she repeated the warning frequently. In 1956, years before his eventual death, she predicted that “a blue-eyed Democrat” would become President in 1960-and that he would be assassinated.
On the day in 1963 when Kennedy was shot, she told friends at lunch, “Something dreadful is going to happen to the President today.”
Jeane also predicted the death of President Roosevelt in 1945; of Mahatma Gandhi in 1948; and of Winston Churchill in 1965.
When she met Churchill, in Washington in 1945, she told him he would be out of office after the war, but would be back in power by 1952. Both predictions were correct-as were Jeane’s forecasts of race riots in American cities in 1963 and of Russian pioneering in Space.
The Assassination of the Pope
Jean Dixon, in the 1970’s predicted that one pope would be attacked and suffer bodily harm, another one will be assassinated, this assassination would be the final blow to the Church.
The Earth will be struck by a comet !
Just like Nostradamus (C1:60), St-John (Revelation 8:8-12) and the Hopi Indians (Blue Star), Jeanne Dixon saw that the Earth will be struck by a comet. Earthquakes and Tidal Waves will befal us as a result of the tremendous impact of this heavenly body in one of the great oceans.
Many of Dixon’s predictions proved false, such as her claims that a dispute over the offshore Chinese islands of Quemoy and Matsu would trigger the start of World War III in 1958, that American labor leader Walter Reuther would run for President of the United States in the 1964 presidential election, that the second child of Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his young wife Margaret would be a girl (it was a boy), and that the Russians would be the first to put men on the moon.
Jeane foresees a world holocaust for the 1980s, and the rise of a world leader from the Middle East. She also said that peace would come only in 1999. Similar predictions were made four centuries earlier by Nostradamus, who foresaw a great war, culminating in 1999.
Dixon suffered a cardiac arrest and died at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C., on January 25, 1997, just after uttering the words “I knew this would happen.”