FAMOUS JEAN DIXON PHYSIC predicts dollar collapse and massive inflation

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This is her current prediction and she is often times more right than wrong. She says within the next two years food prices will more than triple, gasoline will be $5.00 to $20.00 a gallon, homes will skyrocket, many products on the market now will not be available and precious metals will be off the market only to be sold for thousands of dollars an OZ. Also interest rates will go to 20%

-- Paul (paul@yahoo.com), January 15, 2000


It don't take a psychic to predict this, just some good economic sense and some serious reading.

I would like to see her portfolio though...


-- Y2Kook (y2kook@usa.net), January 15, 2000.

Jean Dixon is dead, not a time to follow her, unless you talk to the dead.

-- ET (bneville@zebra.net), January 15, 2000.

Didn't Jean die? Is there a web site about her predictions? I heard something about a book of her predictions that would not be published until a certain time per her instrucions. Anyone have any info on this?

-- Carol (glear@usa.net), January 15, 2000.

Gosh, has Jeanne been reading the past posts from this forum and published them as her own predictions. I wonder when Edgar Cayce and Nostradumbassed are going to do the same thing? And which one will get dibs on Milne's predictions and who gets Infomagic's? Inquiring minds want to know.


-- Wildweasel (vtmldm@epix.net), January 15, 2000.

According to the following web page, Jean died in late 1997. I tried checking the link for the sacramento bee to see her obit, but the link was dead. Someone else must be doing her psychic forcasts.....


-- formerly (formerly@nowhere.zzz), January 15, 2000.

Hmmm, food, petroleum and gold. J.R. Nyquist http://www.WorldNetDaily.com says these are the three things to watch leading to war. If these three items go to the moon in the next two years, undoubtedly they will pass through the values given in this rather broad prediction! Dixon is similar to other prophets who might get a few of the smaller things right, but often miss the bigger picture.

-- Slobby Don (
slobbydon@hotmail.com), January 15, 2000.

A physic? Of course, a really good physic is what Jean needs!

-- Lars (lars@indy.net), January 15, 2000.

Maybe paul@yahoo.com is channeling deceased psychic Jeane Dixon. In which case he could possibly use a good physic.

-- (TrollPatrol@sheesh.now), January 15, 2000.

" Let's look at the record of the foremost astrologer of today - Jeanne Dixon. In the past, Mrs. Dixon made the following predictions:

Russia would be the first nation to put men on the moon. World War III would begin in 1954. The Vietnam war would end in 1966 (It didn't end until 1975) On October 19, 1968, she predicted that Jacqueline Kennedy was not thinking of marriage. The next day Mrs. Kennedy married Aristotle Onassis. In 1970 she predicted that Castro would be overthrown from Cuba and would have to leave the island."

from http://www.autobahn.mb.ca/~ggilbey/para6b.html

"A child, born somewhere in the Middle east shortly after 7 a.m. (EST) on February 5, 1962, will revolutionize the world. BEfore the close of the century he will bring together all mankind in one all-embracing faith. This will be the foundation of a new Christianity, with every sect and creed united through this man who will walk among the people to spread the wisdom of the Almighty Power.

"This person, though born of humble peasant origin, is a descendant of Queen Nefertiti and her Pharaoh husband; of this I am sure. There was nothing kingly about his coming...no kings or shepherds to do homage to this newborn baby...but he is the answer to the prayers of a troubled world. Mankind will begin to feel the great force of this man in the early 1980's and during the subsequent ten years the world as we know it will be reshaped and revamped into one without wars or suffering. His power will grow greatly until 1999, at which time the people of this earth will probably discover the full meaning of the vision." -- from her biography _A Gift of Prophecy_. 1966

"On January 25, 1997, America's most famous psychic, Jeanne Dixon died. During her lifetime, America experienced unparalleled growth in the interest and acceptance of psychics and paranormal phenomena. According to Larry Rosen, president of NetLive Communications, over her celebrated 50 year career Dixon was advisor to world leaders including US presidents and wrote eight books including Reincarnation and Prayers to Live By and The Call to Glory. At the time of her death, Dixon syndicated columns were featured in over 800 daily newspapers worldwide (Business Wire, January 28, 1997).

Shortly before her death, Dixon announced plans to join the popular and profitable 900 psychic telephone network industry with her own Jeanne Dixon's Psychic Network. She was unable to see her plans fulfilled as she died shortly after the network was announced and before it could be launched. Two months after her death, however, Watchman Fellowship received an email purportedly from Dixon herself (jeanne.dixon@psychics.net) stating, "Hello, I'm Jeanne Dixon a psychic, medium, healer, spiritualist, clairvoyant & astrologer.. . . I can predict your future.. . . Please call me right now!" (email dated March 21, 1997). The message provided both a 24 hour "900" number and an "800" number to use with credit cards. The message was not, of course, some weak attempt to demonstrate communication with the dead through the Internet. It did, however, demonstrate Netlive Communications' dogged determination to continue with the Jeanne Dixon Psychic Network despite her unanticipated death. The network features several $3.99 per minute "900" lines ending in "J-E-A-N-E" and the first live, videoconferenced psychic, tarot card and astrological guidance service over the Internet (Business Wire, January 28, 1997; December 16, 1996). " -- from http://www.watchman.org/psychicspro.htm

That fabled New Christ or Anti-Christ she prophesied, depending on what spin you believe on it (if any at all), will have his 38th birthday in a few weeks. Hadn't he better get his act together before he gets much longer in the tooth? Or is he a gifted underachiever, and is still working on a few personal issues before he unites the world?

-- Firemouse (firemouse@fcmail.com), January 15, 2000.


-- Hokie (Hokie_@hotmail.com), January 15, 2000.

ROFLMAO firemouse, great work!


-- FactFinder (FactFinder@bzn.com), January 15, 2000.

Hmmm...what if the Middle Eastern 38 year old engineered the TimeWarnerAOL merger? Maybe there are ways of taking over and uniting the world by worship of mega-media products?

-- Firemouse (firemouse@fcmail.com), January 15, 2000.

Jeez... This sort of stuff is foolishness.

-- Michael Erskine (Osiris@urbanna.net), January 16, 2000.

so when a psychic dies, do they, like, pass on their, like, psychic ability to the corporation to continue on in their, like, name? too funny.


-- tt (cuddluppy@aol.com), January 16, 2000.

The Bible has predicted for 2000 years that at the end time bread would be a days wage.

Also, Russia would become a world power and initiate the beginning of the end.

Whats new? cork

-- cork (corcorab@hotmail.com), January 16, 2000.

Can't you read? It says Jean Dixon's "PHYSIC" - it's her doctor's predictions, not hers.

-- Sara Nealy (keithn@aloha.net), January 16, 2000.

Good points, WildWeasel. I'm trying to imagine dialing a 1 800 Infopsi number flashing on my television screen in the midst of a soap opera to get channelled information on Infomagic's psychic take on love lives and career moves. It's a free market in some ways, but somehow I don't think there is a marketing expert in the world who could make that one fly. The hotline psychics are usually trained not to scream "You're doomed!" at their customers, it doesn't encourage them to call back and continue to enhance the revenue stream.

Maybe some venture capitalist has a whole lot of money to give away who would like to help me start up Cosa Nostradamos, the psychic prediction hotline that will break your kneecaps if you complain that the psychic's prediction for the mark...er.. I mean client... doesn't work out?

-- Firemouse (firemouse@fcmail.com), January 16, 2000.

>>>"This person, though born of humble peasant origin, is a descendant of Queen Nefertiti and her Pharaoh husband; <<<

This is rich! Change the world huh? Someone allegedly related to two people in Ancient Egypt who were so universally despised that they fell from power, disappeared from history and their graves can't even be located. Nefertiti and Akenhaten were considered heretics in their day and his name was often erased in tombs and shrines of that era. Oh, lets not forget that he "married" at least two of his daughters... around the age of TWELVE!

Yup...real shining examples for men and women of faith (gag)!

-- Irving (irvingf@myremarq.com), January 16, 2000.

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