Jeane Dixon

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Jeane Dixon
Born Lydia Emma Pinckert
3 January 1904(1904-01-03) (or 1918) [i]
Medford, Taylor Co., Wisconsin
Died 25 January 1997 (79 or 93)
Washington, D.C.
Nationality American
Spouse(s) James Lamb Dixon (m. 1939)

Jeane Lydia Dixon (January 3, 1904 [or 1918] [i] - January 25, 1997), born Lydia Emma Pinckert, was an American astrologer and self-described psychic who wrote a U.S. nationally-syndicated column on astrology.

Selected Bibliography

  • Dixon, Jeane; Noorbergen, Rene (1969), Jeane Dixon: My Life and Prophecies, New York: William Morrow & Co. 
  • Dixon, Jeane (1969), Kennedy Confidential: The Complete Unbiased Story, Washington, D.C.: Metro Publishers Representatives 
  • Dixon, Jeane (1970), Reincarnation and Prayers to Live By, New York: William Morrow 
  • Dixon, Jeane (1971), The Call to Glory, New York: Bantam Books 
  • Dixon, Jeane (1975), Yesterday, Today, and Forever, New York: William Morrow 
  • Dixon, Jeane (1976), Jeane Dixon's Astrological Cookbook, New York: William Morrow 
  • Dixon, Jeane (1979), Horoscopes for Dogs, New York: Houghton Mifflin 
  • Dixon, Jeane (1995), A Gift of Prayer Words of Comfort and Inspiration from the Beloved Prophet and Seer, New York: Viking Studio Books 
  • Dixon, Jeane (1998), Do Cats Have ESP?, Philadelphia: Running Press Book Publishers 


  1. 1.0 1.1 Dixon variously claimed she was born in 1918, though public records show Lydia Pinckert was born in 1904, as first publicised by Daniel St. Albin Green in a story for the National Observer in 1973; refer: Dark, Katie (28 Oct. 1973), "Seeress Apparently Sidesteps Carthage Years - LaGrange School Records Indicate She Was Lydia Pinckert, That She's Older Than She Claims", Springfield Leader and Press (Springfield, MO): 21,