The English seeress Jeane Dixon (1918-1997) enjoyed extraordinary popularity in the middle of the last century.
Little Jeane, at the age of five, predicted what gifts the guests would bring, knew when someone from her family would die … When the girl was eight years old, her mother led her to a famous fortune teller. Looking at the palm of the girl, she said: “Your daughter will be a great seeress. Such lines occur once in a thousand years.”
Soon, little Jeane learned to get information from the future using a crystal ball. At first, she spoke about future events only to those close to her. But her fame grew, and in the 1940s, when she married and moved to Washington, even the powerful people of the world began to ask her about the future.
In November 1944, American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt invited Jeane. During their first meeting, Roosevelt asked how much time he had to complete the job. “Less than six months, Mr. President,” Jeane replied. On April 12, 1945 Roosevelt died.