“My marvelous, extraordinary, irrepressible, unpredictable mother has a vast array of talents. Without question, her greatest talent is her ability to foresee the future. She has successfully predicted every major event in my life through her uncanny mastery of the ancient art of Astrology. The truth is the only thing that matters to her, and to tell the truth is the only thing she knows how to do.”
— Sylvester Stallone
Jacqueline Stallone’s amazing biography spans years of talent, accomplishment and achievement. She was born in Washington, D.C., the daughter of a prominent attorney and his wife a socialite Parisian attorney. Charles Atlas, the world famous body builder lived with them and trained the family in gymnastics, weight lifting and jogging.
She ran away from home at the age of 15 to join the circus and became a star aerialist on rings and bars with the Flying Wallendas act in the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Baily’s The Greatest Show on Earth.
Jacqueline was the first woman to have a daily TV show on exercise and weight lifting in Washington, D.C. and later opened a gym for women-only, named Barbella’s, for her loyal fans. She continued ever onward with physical fitness by creating and training G.L.O.W., The Gorgeous Girls of Wrestling, a syndicated TV show from Las Vegas that ran for five years. She and Richard Simmons made the fabulous Silver Foxes exercise videos for seniors that earned three platinum awards and sold in two editions over ten million copies worldwide.
Jacqueline, always the student, completed her last year of high school at the age of 40, then entered college and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry.
Jacqueline’s interest in Astrology began as a child when the famous psychic, Edgar Casey, her father’s friend and neighbor in Virginia Beach, VA, told her she had a mission in life — a calling that she would find soon, and the world would recognize. She now recognizes that the calling was to be a world famous psychic and astrologer.
She has studied over 15 years under the tutelage of Dr. Mark Edmund Jones, Dane Rudyard, Manley Hail and Wilma Beard, all protegees of Evangeline Adams, the greatest astrologer of the Twentieth Century. Jacqueline was responsible for getting astrology accepted as an accredited course in many colleges and universities in this country.