- Category : 1904-births
- Type : MGE
- Profile : 5/2 - Heretical / Hermit
- Definition : Quadruple Split (9,10,12,15,21,28,29,44,56,58,62)
- Incarnation Cross : LAX Individualism 2
American psychic called "The Seeress of Washington" who claimed that her psychic gift was revealed to her through dreams, visions and the crystal ball. Born in Wisconsin, she grew up in California and married James L. Dixon, an auto dealer, in 1939. Later when they moved to Washington, D.C. she became a real estate executive. Her reputation began to grow from the readings she gave people and she gained national attention in late 1963 with her prediction of J.F. Kennedy's assassination. Her famed clients were said to include Ronald Reagan whom she told that he would one day be President.
President Richard Nixon followed her predictions through his secretary Rose Mary Woods, and met with her in the Oval Office in 1971. The following year, her prediction of terrorist attacks in the United States in the wake of the Munich massacre spurred Nixon to set up a cabinet committee on counter terrorism. She was one of several astrologers who gave advice to Nancy Reagan.
Dixon was the author of seven books including an autobiography, an astrology cookbook and a horoscope book for dogs. Ruth Montgomery's book about her, "A Gift of Prophecy: the Phenomenal Jeane Dixon" was published in 1965, selling over three million copies and putting her in demand on the lecture circuit. Though she was not actually an astrologer, she had enough knowledge to add sun-sign delineation to her repertory and had a syndicated horoscope column.
Dixon died of a heart attack on 26 January 1997 at 2:30 PM in Sibley Hospital, Washington, DC.