يوم الدين سنه ٢٠٢٠كما تقول جين ديكسون مع ظهور فتي الشرق العظبم
Jeane Dixon predicts death star nemesis to appear with the child from the east in 2020
جين ديكون تقول ان النجم نمسيس والطفل من الشرق سيظهروا عام ٢٠٢٠
وقالت جين ديكسون في النجم الطارق وفتي مصر
انها رات نجم كبير بذيل طويل يشق الارض ويدمر النفوس
وتكون الزانيه امريكا اول من يوضع علي عرش الدمار
ففد قالوا عنه كوكب مزعوم ولكن هم في غيوم
هو العلامه هو الطوفان ياتي لينثذ الارض من دمار بدمار
ليبقي فقط المحاربون ، ويذوب الثلج وتنقشع الارض
وطاعون وموت واهتزاز وعدم ارتكاز
وعين الشر تراقب تنتظر في عجاله خروجها لامحاله
وتلف الارض عكس الاتجاه وتصبح شمسها ساطعه لاغروب
والشروق يصبح غروب وبحور تفور
وانهيار ودمار شامل في كل اركان الارض
وموت غائر وعواصف ورياح وطوفان كبير ليفصل حكم الاله
ومنها يحكم الفتي الارض وتسعد بحكمه بعد ان فشي الظلم في كل اتجاه
يقولون عنه انه كوكب مزعوم ولكنه معلوم من الاله
الغتي يعلمه وهو بكل اتجاه يثور ويثور
وتتغيرالارض ومن عليها ويتبدل قطبيها
سيكون له شأن عظيم.
وليس هناك جدل في أن هذا الطفل عندما يكبر سيوحد كل العقائد في عقيدة واحدة،
وهي تدرك أن تلك العقيدة لن تكون هي العقيدة المسيحية التي تعرفها هي
، بل نوع آخر من التوحيد بناء على قوة الله العليا
وأن أهم معارك هذا الطفل المعجزة ستكون ضد التعصب الديني والسلفية والمتاجرين بالدين وأحلام البسطاء والذين سيتسببون في كبوة كبيرة لمصر، أشبه بخنجر يكاد يفتك بها هو خنجر الفتنة المسموحة،
وهو سيكون ربانيا يحبه أتباع كل الديانات
وهي ترى أن هناك تشابها واضحا بين طفولة السيد المسيح عليه السلام وطفولة الطفل المصري فكلاهما ولد في مكان ثم انتقل مع أهله إلى مكان آخر بحثا عن الأمن والاستقرار.
وتقول: إن السيد المسيح عندما كان صبيا في الثانية عشر أدرك الدور الذي أعد له على مسرح الحياة
وأنه أمضى حوالي 18 عاما في إعداد نفسه للرسالة التي استمرت حوالي ثلاث سنوات ونصف السنة،
وسوف يحدث الطفل المصري نفس الشيء تقريبا،
فهو في سن الحادية عشر وقبل بلوغه الثانية عشر سيحدث له شيء بالغ الأهمية
سيشعر داخل نفسه أنه يؤهل لمهمة كبرى في الحياة ولكنه لا يعلم كنهه
سيكون طويلا عندما يكبر، ذا بنية قوية، وسر اسمه يدور حول حرف الميم،
وينشأ فقيرا لأسرة مكافحة،
ويكون شديد الذكاء، حتى أنه هو نفسه يندهش من قدرته على الفهم والتعلم،
وسيحب القراءة، ويعرف في نفسه أنه خل لمهمة عظيمة، ويكون متدينا جدا عندما يبلغ السابعة عشر، لكنه تدين سمح ورقيق.
Nothing has captured the imagination and conjecture of the people more than that of the Apocalypse, as this is found in all the holy books of the world. The
Christians are awaiting the advent of the Antichrist and the Beast which is to precede the return of Jesus Christ and Armageddon. Here, for the first time, Dr. Leland Jensen brings to life the amazing visions of Jeane Dixon, adding an entire New Dimension to this subject and revealing the fulfillment Jeane’s most outstanding vision: “THE CHILD OF THE EAST.” In A Gift of Prophecy it states: “Visions which come to Mrs. Dixon are unchangeable, because they represent the will of God. The coming event cannot, consequently, be prevented” (p. 155). Therefore, the reading public is waiting for the fulfillment of these visions. In this book, for the first time, “THE CHILD OF THE EAST” has been definitely identified. Jeane states that: “The world as we know it will be reshaped and revamped into one without wars or suffering… 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” (A Gift of Prophecy, pp. 171, 172). This book represents not only his amazing credentials,
but gives his interpretations of some of Jeane’s other visions such as the Snake and her two visions that she had in St. Matthew’s Cathedral. Also by using Jeane Dixon’s Criteria, he definitely identifies the Antichrist and slays him with the sword of his mouth. He also exposes the Beast and Dragon prophesied to come in the Book of Revelation. This is all backed up by the most realistic and accurate proofs. The Bible and the Great Pyramid come alive and become clear as crystal.
This will excite the reader to new horizons, especially what “THE CHILD OF THE EAST.” has to say of what is to take place next! He will become the most talked about person in the world and what he has to say will be of the most discussed subjects. It will be a common conversational piece. Everyone will get in on the act; no one will be able to remain neutral. Everyone will take sides, either for or against. As the events that “THE CHILD OF THE EAST” has predicted take place just exactly as he stated, ultimately everyone in the world will become a believer; there will be mass conversion. “Attempting to describe her own sensation, Jeane says: “I felt suspended and enfolded, as if I were surrounded by whipped cream. For the first time I understood the full meaning of the Biblical phrase, ‘My cup runneth over.’ I loved all mankind. I felt that I would never again need food or sleep, because I had experienced perfect peace” (A Gift of Prophecy, p. 172). It will be just like Jeane said. Read this book and find out for yourself.
Jeane Dixon (January 5, 1904 – January 25, 1997) was one of the best-known American self-proclaimed psychics and astrologers of the 20th century, due to her syndicated newspaper astrology column, some well-publicized predictions, and a best-selling biography.
Dixon was born Lydia Emma Pinckert, one of 10 children born to German Roman Catholic immigrants, Gerhart and Emma Pinckert, in Medford, Wisconsin, but raised in Missouriand California. Dixon’s birth date was often reported as 1918, and Dixon would offer this date to reporters, at one point even producing a passport to this effect, but she once testified in a deposition that she was born in 1910. An investigation by a reporter for the National Observer, who interviewed family members and examined official records, concluded she was born in 1904.
In southern California, her father owned an automobile dealership with Hal Roach, an American film and television producer and director. Dixon claimed that while growing up in California, a “gypsy” gave her a crystal ball and read her palm, predicting she would become a famous seer and advise powerful people. She was married to James Dixon, who had been previously divorced, from 1939 until his death. The couple had no children. James Dixon was a car dealer in California, who later ran a successful real estate company in Washington, D.C. Dixon worked with her husband in the business for many years and served as the company’s president.
Dixon was the sister of football player Erny Pinckert.
Dixon reportedly predicted the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In the May 13, 1956, issue of Parade Magazine she wrote that the 1960 presidential election would be “dominated by labor and won by a Democrat” who would then go on to“(b)e assassinated or die in office though not necessarily in his first term“. She later admitted; “during the 1960 election, I saw Richard Nixon as the winner”, and at the time made unequivocal predictions that JFK would fail to win the election.
Dixon was the author of seven books, including her autobiography, a horoscope book for dogs, and an astrological cookbook. She gained public awareness through the biographical volume, A Gift of Prophecy: The Phenomenal Jeane Dixon, written by syndicated columnist Ruth Montgomery. Published in 1965, the book sold more than 3 million copies. She professed to be a devout Roman Catholic and she attributed her prophetic ability to God.Another million seller, My Life and Prophecies, was credited “as told to Rene Noorbergen”, but Dixon was sued by Adele Fletcher, who claimed that her rejected manuscript was rewritten and published as that book. Fletcher was awarded 5% of the royalties by a jury.
In 1969 she was asked to find Dennis Lloyd Martin, a six year old boy who had gone missing in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee – she failed to do so.
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 counterterrorism. She was one of several astrologers who gave advice to Nancy Reagan.
John Allen Paulos, a mathematician at Temple University, coined the term ‘the Jeane Dixon effect’, which references a tendency to promote a few correct predictions while ignoring a larger number of incorrect predictions. Many of Dixon’s predictions proved erroneous, such as her claims that a dispute over the offshore Chinese islands of Quemoy and Matsu would trigger the start of World War III in 1958, that American labor leader Walter Reuther would run for president of the United States in the 1964 presidential election, that the second childof Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his young wife Margaret would be a girl (it was a boy), and that the Soviets would be the first to put men on the moon.
Dixon suffered cardiac arrest and died at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C., on January 25, 1997, just after uttering the words “I knew this would happen.” Many of her possessions ended up with Leo M. Bernstein, an investor and banker in Washington, D.C., whose clients included Dixon. In 2002, he opened the Jeane Dixon Museum and Library in Strasburg, Virginia. Bernstein died in 2008. In July 2009, the possessions of the museum, 500 boxes in all, were scheduled to be auctioned.