Dixon, Jeane - Reads Ira Walsh's mind
Type of Spiritual Experience
Proof, if proof were needed, that the vast majority of Jeane’s abilities were via reading minds – perceptions not prophecy
A description of the experience
Ruth Montgomery – A Gift of Prophecy
Ira Walsh, a Hearst newspaper executive who is on loan to Director Sargent Shriver as a special assistant in the War Against Poverty program, met Jeane Dixon by fortunate chance in February of 1965. He was lunching with a business associate at the Mayflower Hotel, and on hearing his companion greet an attractive woman at an adjoining table as "Mrs. Dixon," he asked whether that was the famous Jeane Dixon he had been reading about for twelve years.
Assured that it was, he invited her to lunch a few days later. This is his account of what happened:
"I was sitting there thinking what a great Hearst comic strip could be woven around her Mike the MagiCat [her pet cat], when she suddenly said, 'Mr. Walsh, before you discuss comic strips I want to say …… .' I did a double-take, because I hadn't even mentioned the idea. She told me a little about her life, and I began thinking what a great movie it would make, when she said, 'Before you talk about a motion pictures......'
"At this point, I jumped up and said that the next time she read my mind I was going to walk out of the place. It was simply too eerie to feel that I couldn't even have thoughts without her knowing them. She laughingly promised not to do it again and we shook hands on the agreement.
The source of the experienceDixon, Jeane
Concepts, symbols and science items
ConceptsCommunication with bodied souls
Activities and commonsteps
SuppressionsBelieving in the spiritual world
Enacting ritual and ceremony
Squash the big I am