Peaches Geldof & the Illuminati: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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Peaches Geldof, essentially England’s Paris Hilton, was found dead today at age 25.

While her death is a tragedy, she was notable for her embracing of the occult. In fact, some speculation surrounding her death claims she was murdered by the Illuminati for just that.

Read on for what you need to know concerning the conspiracies around Geldof’s death.

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1. She Has a Long History of “Religious Discovery”

Peaches was known for her dabbling in many religions, most of them fringe.

In 2009 she was reportedly spotted leaving the Scientology Celebrity Center in Los Angeles. When approached by Radar she was quoted as saying:

I am a Scientologist… I’ve been a Scientologist for a while now. I might as well be open about it.

Yet just last year, she had reportedly left Scientology and converted to “Thelema” AKA Ordo Templi Orientis, translated to Order of the Temple of the East and sometimes abbreviated to “OTO.” OTO is a black magic religion that purportedly includes child sacrifice and ritualistic sex (orgies).

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2. Geldof Got an “OTO” Tattoo

Geldof came out as Thelemite, or follower of Thelema, by tweeting out the above picture of her new “OTO” tattoo.


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3. Thelema Was Made Popular by Occultist Aleister Crowley

Aleister Crowley conceived of Thelema after a religious experience he and his wife claimed to have had while in Egypt in 1904.

Proclaiming that a spiritual creature known as an Aiwass had orated the principles of Thelema to him while in Egypt, Crowley dictated what it said and published The Book of Law.

There are three deities in Thelema, all based on gods from ancient Egypt’s pantheon.

Crowley then took Thelema and overtook another secret society in Europe, known as Ordo Templi Orientis, and instilled Thelema beliefs into the masonic-like society.

This is the society that Geldof joined.

Special note: Crowley was known for filing his teeth into fangs and for dubbing himself “The Great Beast 666.” He was also an avid fan of drugs, alcohol, and group sex. He died at age 72 in 1947. That’s him in the photo above.

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4. Thelema is Associated With the Illuminati

While the historical Illuminati disappeared in Europe in the late 18th century, many groups have claimed to be the descendants of the fraternal order. Thelemites use the word “Illuminati” as a title in their hierarchy structure, but there is no evidence that this group still exists in the historical context or as a secret world power.


5. Some Speculate That Geldof Was Sacrificed

While there is no published report as to how Geldof died yet, some Internet rumors allege that Geldof’s affiliation with OTO led to her death. OTO text does have sections about modern sacrifice.