Socialite Peaches Geldof just died at the age of 25, and the internet is abuzz with conspiracies. The conspiracies come from the fact that she recently started practicing some of the weird occult religious stuff that the Illuminati are into (e.g. Thelema and OTO). Let’s take a look…
Bob Geldof is an entertainer who had his heyday in the ‘80s (he co-wrote Do They Know It’s Christmas) and was granted knighthood as the Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II. He married Paula Yates in 1986 and had two daughters; one of which was Peaches. Paula Yates would eventually divorce Bob in 1996 and be hooked up with INXS’ Michael Hutchence. About a year later on November 22nd, 1997 (the 34th anniversary of JFK’s assassination…) Hutchence was found dead in a hotel room. The death of Hutchence was somewhat controversial because the coroner ruled it a suicide, yet the evidence coupled with Yates’ statements seemed to point to an accidental death by autoerotic asphyxiation.
Yates suggested that Bob was allegedly involved with the death of Hutchence, quoting threats made by him as “Don’t forget, I am above the law” (*remember; he was knighted into this group of elites). Yates said that Geldof was interfering with Paula bringing their daughter out to see him in Sydney, and that Hutchence said that he was going to ‘reach out’ to Bob Geldof to see about letting the daughter out to see him.
A couple years later in 2000, Yates was found dead at her home from a heroin overdose.
Now, let’s move on to Peaches Geldof, who claimed to be a Scientologist in 2009, and allegedly switched over to Judaism in 2013. Where this story takes a strange twist is in April of 2013 when she tweeted an image of an Ordo Templi Orientis tattoo.
This group is tied into the Illuminati, and is one of the secret societies that adheres to the esoteric teachings found with Thelemites (followers of Aleister Crowley). The OTO is covered in my post on Aleister Crowley and magick trance on the entertainment industry:
So what did Crowley do that was so special for the occult and the worship of evil? It started with his founding of the Thelema religion.
Crowley was always a prominent member of the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO), and introduced homosexual sex magick initiations for high degree members. He was promoted through the ranks very quickly because of his ritual experience and contacts made with the spiritual world in Egypt. Shortly after buying the Boleskine estate, Crowley and his wife spent time doing rituals in Egypt and believed they communicated directly with the Egyptian god Horus.
She also tweeted the message:
“#93 #Thelema #o.t.o. for all my fellow Thelemites on Instagram!”
On the website AncientAgenda you can find an interesting connection made between the Lost Prophets band singer Ian Watkins and Peaches that somehow “managed” to get lost in the background (e.g. Perez Hilton’s 10 Things You May Not Know About Peaches Geldof fluffy-ass article). Apparently Watkins was a convicted sexual abuser of infants, and the mothers of the babies would let him do this. Here’s an article about it from BBC:
Referring to two women standing alongside Watkins in the dock, Mr Clee said: “Both women sexually abused their own children and made them available to Watkins for him to abuse.”
The court was told how the abuse of the children by all parties was also evident in text messages.
Watkins sent a text to one of the women saying: “If you belong to me, so does your baby.”
Peaches had the insight into the entertainment industry and released tweets of these mothers’ names. Here’s some screen grabs from DailyMail
So is the tragic story of all these various pop culture figures related? I certainly don’t know, and neither will you. If you believe that this secret group of elites is truly embedded in every industry known to man, then we’ll never know. One thing I do know is that they are into some weird stuff, including sacrifices:
After more successful rituals all over the world, Crowley created yet another magical order called the Argenteum Astrum (aka Silver Star, or A. A.) and proceeded to write books for the remainder of his life. At one point he and his followers setup a ritual center in Sicily called the Abbey of Theleme, which became so notorious for brutal sacrifices and black masses that Mussolini felt the need to kick them out of the country.
Followers of Crowley identify themselves as Thelemites, and may practice more than one religion; e.g. Wicca, Gnosticism, and Satanism (similar to the reason the Freemasons don’t identify themselves as one religion). They may also be members of more than one magick/occult organization such as the A.A., OTO, or Golden Dawn.
Crowley had a goal of battling Christianity with black magick, and spent the final years of his life detailing how to perform black masses which include sacrificing animals and children. He wrote “A male child of perfect innocence and high intelligence is the most satisfactory and suitable victim for use in the Mass” (which corresponds back to the sacrifice of children we saw with Ba’al earlier). His beliefs in the dark arts seemed to have plagued him over his whole life, as he went unsatisfied through multiple women and children who died very prematurely
Peaches died at the young age of 25. RIP Here’s one of her last Instagrams; Peaches and her mother:
UPDATE 02MAY2014: Infowars posted up some info on the heroin-CIA-Philip Seymour Hoffman connections involved:
Two suspected drug dealers were arrested following the heroin overdose of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman. The media said it was a shame “in New York a customer of a drug dealer supplying heroin is not at all responsible if that customer dies from a heroin overdose.”
The suspected drug dealers didn’t grow the opium poppies and make the heroin that ultimately killed Hoffman. Most heroin is produced in Afghanistan, a country currently occupied by the U.S. military.
In 2009 Ethan Huff wrote “the US military has been specifically tasked with guarding Afghan poppy fields, from which opium is derived, in order to protect this multibillion dollar industry that enriches Wall Street, the CIA, MI6, and various other groups that profit big time from this illicit drug trade scheme.”
That same year we reported on the brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai. It turns out the late Ahmed Wali Karzaia was a kingpin of the country’s booming opium trade. Karzai was on the CIA payroll, according to a story published by The New York Times.
And that article goes on in much more detail if you’re interested (it’s an exhausting amount of detail). Also-see a couple of paragraphs down and you’ll see more on Hoffman.
UPDATE 28MAY2014: Anomalies.net posted up an article that has similar info, but they also posted up some quotes about Bob Geldof; claiming he has somewhat of an evil side:
“I think he’s Satan,” said Tina Hutchence, former INXS frontman Michael Hutchence sister during an interview with Australian television show A Current Affair.
Then there is the engagement of Geldof to long time partner Jeanne Marine. That engagement coming just weeks after Peaches had died, and his family was “beyond grief.” Sounds like an excellent time to propose marriage. Oh wait, and it was announced on May 1st! That’s Beltane or May Day depending on how you look at it.
So if Geldof is Illuminati, it’s conceivable he sent someone to that hotel room to get rid of Hutchence. Both Hutchence and Yates had reportedly said Geldof told them, “I am above the law.”
UPDATE 21JUN2014: TheSpector posted the details from the last interview with Peaches and in it she goes into some dark stuff that was going on towards the end. Oddly enough to piggyback onto the Phillip Seymour Hoffman stuff just a couple of paragraphs above, there are more PSH links; here’s DailyBeast with a good sum-up:
Peaches, according to Schultz, described Philip Seymour Hoffman as a “total genius,” adding, “Heroin is such a bleak drug. It always makes me so sad to hear about people like Hoffman who were real masters and also family men who were just wasted by the constant, gnawing obsession with it. All heroin users seem to have the same core internal pain, though. It’s a fascinating concept—drug of choice.”
There are some aspects of following down that path later on:
She told Schultz that she felt like a “character” saying, “It’s like I’m someone in a book. Your life, they keep telling you, is pre-ordained: ‘I’m going to die like my mother, she’s going to end up like her mother.’ And people expect you to spew these intimacies to them. Like you are in a church confessional. It’s an interview, not a therapy session.”
Hours before she died, Peaches posted a photo of herself with her mother, Paula Yates, who died of a heroin overdose.
Interestingly enough, Peaches revealed some deeper and quite prolific aspects of fame as well:
Long ago, she told me, celebrities were famous for a reason — talent, accomplishment, genuine distinctiveness. They weren’t only personalities; they weren’t mere amusements. ‘Now it’s just socialites and people with big tits. It’s very blurred.’ This dynamic, the shifting landscape, was something she was in the process of taking on directly, asking herself the hard questions. ‘When you’re a celebrity it’s like, “Who are you? Why are you being celebrated?” You start to think that if people pay attention you must be good at something. But I did not want to be just a personality. I wanted to be something more.’ In the end, she said, ‘It’s like trying to prove your whole existence to yourself.’