Birthdate: January 5, 1904 – January 25, 1997
Jeane Dixon (born Lydia Emma Pinckert) was a psychic with a national syndicated astrology column. She became famous for predicting the assassination of John F. Kennedy and was consulted by Richard Nixon and Nancy and Ronald Regan.
Organizations and Projects
A museum that chronicles Jeane Dixon's life.
A Gift of Prayer: Words of Comfort and Inspiration From the Beloved Prophet and Seer - Jeane Dixon 1995
The Call to Glory: Jeane Dixon Speaks of Jesus - Jeane Dixon 1971
Do Cats Have Esp? - Jeane Dixon 2000
Amazon Synopsis: The last work completed by America's legendary psychic, Jeane Dixon, before her death, "Do Cats Have ESP?" explores stories of amazing felines with mystical power. This fascinating book features investigations, cat horoscopes, and incredible accounts of cats who saved people's lives.
Horoscopes for Dogs - Jeane Dixon 1979
Jeane Dixon's Astrological Cookbook - Jeane Dixon 1976
Amazon Synopsis: How to select and prepare foods astrologically for their harmonizing effect on your mind and body.
My Life and Prophecies - Jeane Dixon with Rene Noorbergen 1971
Reincarnation and Prayers to Live By - Jeane Dixon 1970
From Copyright page: This book is a greatly revised version, with the addition of new and previously unpublished material, of the chapter entitled, 'Reincarnation' from the book JEAN DIXON: MY LIFE AND PROPHECIES.
Yesterday, Today, and Forever - Jeane Dixon 1987
How Astrology Can Help You Find Your Place in God's Plan.
Books about Jeane Dixon
A Gift of Prophecy: The Phenomenal Jeane Dixon - Ruth Montgomery
Amazon Synopsis: The phenomenal stories of Jeane Dixon. Follow her on her journey as she gives insightful information to the millions of people she has met in her lifetime.
Jeane Dixon: The Witnesses - Denis Brian
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