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Jeane Dixon's Postcard
Postcard DC

Origin

Jeane Dixon

Type

Postcard

Effects

Shows potential breakpoint futures

Downsides

Censors all doubt and need for confirmation

Activation

Possession

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Bickerstaff-561RA

Aisle

311184-2940

Shelf

940514-3428-428

Date of Collection

May 6, 2018

[Source]


OriginEdit

Jeane Dixon claimed to be a know-all psychic and astrologer. Some of her claims did have merit. In 1956, she predicted the upcoming presidential victor would both be Democrat and die during one of their terms (Kennedy). Oddly, she later changed her bet to Nixon as the election approached. Explains why her consultation was held in high regards by his administration, providing insight into future threats. Most of which never came true.

In her various articles, books and interviews, Dixon claimed WWIII was meant to occur in ’58, the Soviet flag would be the first waving on the moon and a cure for cancer to be discovered by ’67.

EffectsEdit

Writing one’s name on the back inundates the person with visions of potential futures. Most are based around likely major events such as military standoffs or scientific advancements. The proposed timeline one sees is all based upon their current idea of how fast progress is moving, which is why their possible futures never really happen. Users fully believe their convictions and lack all forms of uncertainty, even when clearly wrong.

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