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Tuesday, 8 April 2014


On 26 November 2013, the  Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins pleaded guilty to a string of sex offences, including the attempted rape of a baby.

Peaches Geldof tweeted the names of the mothers who allowed Ian Watkins to try to abuse their babies

In April 2012, Watkins attempted to rape an 11-month-old baby boy.

The boy's mother pleaded guilty to aiding the attempted attack.

Another mother allowed Watkins to plot the rape of her daughter.

Did Peaches know too much about a powerful pedophile ring?

Peaches Geldof, right, with her mother Paula Yates and Paula's partner Michael Hutchence.

Michael Hutchence was the partner of Paula Yates who was the mother of Peaches Geldof.

On 22 November 1997, Michael Hutchence died in mysterious circumstances.

Paula Yates wrote in her police statement that Michael Hutchence was "frightened".

Yates wrote that Bob Geldof, Peaches' father, had threatened them repeatedly with, "Don't forget, I am above the law".[10] 

Yates refused to accept the coroner's verdict of suicide.[11]

On 17 september 2000, Peaches' mother, Paula Yates, died in mysterious circumstances.

On 7 April 2014 Peaches Geldof, 25, was found dead at her home in Wrotham, in Kent in the UK.

Police investigating the death of Peaches Geldof reportedly found 'no hard drugs, no suicide note and no visible signs of injury'.

Peaches Geldof and her son Astala and a ghostly hand.

In June 2011, an inquest heard that Peaches' name appeared in the diary of 18-year-old Freddy McConnel who died in mysterious circumstances.


The mysterious death of Peaches Geldof and the VIP child abuse ring

Peaches Geldof and Jonny Makeup

Peaches Honeyblossom Geldof (1989 - 2014), the daughter of Sir Bob Geldof and Paula Yates, was an English journalist, television presenter and model.

Bob Geldof's paternal grandmother, Amelia Falk, was Jewish [13] 

Peaches died in mysterious circumstances.

Paula Yates in 1999 and daughter Peaches Geldof in 2008.

Peaches was the granddaughter of Hughie Green.

Her sisters are Fifi Geldof and Pixie Geldof. She also has a younger half-sister, Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof.[4]

Peaches was married to Thomas Cohen

Agent Provocateur's Occult Campaign - 'featuring Peaches Geldof.'

See the Agent Provocateur official site "for some interesting symbolism."

According to an article at Mail Online, a Satanic sex cult is ensnaring a growing number of celebrities, such as Peaches Geldof, Jimmy Page and Jay-Z.

Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page "has taken part in occult magical rituals" and bought Satanist Aleister Crowley's former home.


The Mail does not mention that the CIA and its friends have long used Satanic sex cults to mind-control top people.

Maxwell-Knight, a friend of Aleister Crowley. From: 'One Girl's War, by Joan Miller (1986) we learn about Charles Henry Maxwell-Knight, formerly head of Britain's MI5 spy agency. "His first wife Gladys, I learnt, died in the Overseas Club after some sort of occult misadventure in which the notorious Aleister Crowley was involved." (

Peaches Geldof showed an interest in Scientology and Judaism.

Peaches Geldof told her Twitter fans that she is a devotee of Ordo Templi Orientis, known as OTO.

OTO originated in Germany or Austria between 1895 and 1906.[4]

OTO, in the UK, was founded by Aleister Crowley.

Crowley's form of worship "involved sadomasochistic sex rituals" with young males and females, spells, and the use of hard drugs...


Crowley and Peaches. DailyMail

THE ORDO TEMPLI ORIENTIS (OTO) is today's best-known of the hard-core, British-based Satanist cults. 

Like the Lucis Trust, the OTO is a direct off-shoot of the work of Britain's leading twentieth-century Satanist, Theosophy leader Aliester Crowley. 

OTO enthusiasts claim this organization is an offshoot of Templar freemasonry, and hint at very influential protection from among Templars very high in British freemasonry. 

Nazism and occultism...

Reportedly, there are now OTO lodges around the UK.

John Bonner, 62, from East Sussex, is the head of OTO in the UK.

Former FBI agent Ted Gundersen investigated Satanic circles in LA.

He found that Crowley’s teachings suggested human sacrifice, preferably of 'an intelligent young boy'.

"POLICE are probing claims that disgraced DJ Jimmy Savile was filmed cavorting naked in a Satanic sex club.

"Operation Yewtree detectives investigating the shamed star’s sordid antics are hunting for the footage which is said to have been preserved on DVD.

"The sleazy film is said to show other celebrities and civic bigwigs taking part in naked Satanic rituals at a secret club called The Chamber.

"The meeting place in Whitby, North Yorks, had a ceremonial whipping post in the centre of the room. Occult symbols including pentagrams and goat’s heads adorned the walls."
Jimmy Savile 'naked in satanic sex club' - Daily Star


Bob Geldof's Live 8 was a string of benefit concerts supposed to help the poor of the Third World.

The money raised by Gelof's Live 8 "was instead used to pay off the corporate creditors of indebted countries.

"In effect, the ENTIRE focus of the money generated by Live 8 was to provide direct assistance to corporations owed money by these impoverished nations." 

Blair and Geldof.

In 2008, Bob Geldof made a speech, in Melbourne, about the tragedy of Third World poverty.

He was paid A$100,000 for his one-off speech which included a luxury hotel room and first-class airfares.[28]

Bob Geldof is a friend of George Bush and Tony Blair.

Above, we see Ian Watkins.

Ian Watkins was raised in a Baptist manse in Wales by Church minister John Davies and his wife Elaine.

Ian Watkins, famous singer.

Ian Watkins reportedly likes sex with very young children.
On 26 November 2013, Watkins pleaded guilty to a string of sex offences, including the attempted rape of a baby.

The charges included sexually touching a one-year-old and encouraging a fan to abuse her own child during a webcam chat.

He 'seduced fan aged 15' before she offered him her baby to abuse

Ian Watkins

A former girlfriend of Watkins said he abused hundreds of fans before also trying to abuse their children.

The former girlfriend of Watkins says she first went to the notorious South Wales police in 2008 but she was ignored.

Using the Skype online chat programme, Watkins and 24-year-old female fan discussed getting the fan's baby daughter to have sex with animals and take drugs.

Peaches Geldof could face investigation after naming women / Peaches Geldof faces criminal probe after tweeting names of ...

The CIA's Monarch Programming takes its name from the Monarch butterfly. "They begin as worms (underdeveloped and new) and after the cocoon stage (programming) it is transformed into a completely different creature—a high-flying butterfly (aka the Monarch slave). Also, when someone is given electroshock therapy, a feeling of light-headedness occurs and the person feels like they are floating, like a butterfly."


  1. The price of selling your soul to darkness, is to lose the light. Geldof and his ilk deserve all they are dealt. The world can do without tweeters of Talmudic and oto darkness, black masonry, the truth is found in the center.

  2. Apparently Peaches Geldof had joined a Satanic sex cult, but had complained she still hadn't attended any sex parties.
    Well... that changed when they brought her into the morgue!

    Apologies! Great to track you down at last Aang, Irfan. I think some where getting worried, I presumed you had taken a break, or where onto something big and had to lay low... anyway always a pleasure to read your work, always appreciated.

  3. Apparently Peaches Geldof had joined a Satanic sex cult, but had been complaining that she still hadn't been invited to any sex parties.

    Well... that changed when they brought her into the morgue!

    Apologies! Great to have you back Aang, Irfan. I think some where getting worried for your safety! I presumed you had either taken a break or you where onto something big and had to lay low... anyway, always a pleasure? :/... ALWAYS INFORMATIVE reading your blog.
    Carlsberg don't do blogs... but if they did!



Forget Scientology, celebs are now falling for an even more sinister 'religion': Introducing the Satanic sex cult that's snaring stars such as Peaches Geldof

  • Founder Aleister Crowley dubbed 'the wickedest man in the world'
  • Crowley was born in 1875 and styled himself 'the Great Beast, 666'
  • Other stars linked to the cult include Jimmy Page and Jay-Z


Taken at face value it was an innocent enough remark, encouraging friends to explore 'a belief system to apply to day-to-day life to attain peacefulness'.

But when Peaches Geldof chose to share her 'religious' convictions with her 148,000 followers on Twitter, it lifted the lid on a much more sinister world than first impressions would suggest.

The socialite, 24, is a devotee of Ordo Templi Orientis, known as OTO, and even has the initials tattooed on her left forearm.

Sinister: Peaches Geldof has an 'OTO' tattoo (left) which is an acronym for the creepy Ordo Templi Orientis
Sinister: Peaches Geldof has an 'OTO' tattoo (left) which is an acronym for the creepy Ordo Templi Orientis

Sinister: Peaches Geldof has an 'OTO' tattoo (left) which is an acronym for the creepy Ordo Templi Orientis

Given her tendency to flit between fads and fashions (at one point she was a Scientologist, more recently she has wandered into Judaism), this could be dismissed as another harmless flirtation.


But a closer look at OTO — and Aleister Crowley, its founding 'prophet' — gives the lie to that assumption.

Crowley, who was born into an upper-class British family in 1875, styled himself as 'the Great Beast 666'. He was an unabashed occultist who, prior to his death in 1947, revelled in his infamy as 'the wickedest man in the world'. 

His form of worship involved sadomasochistic sex rituals with men and women, spells which he claimed could raise malevolent gods and the use of hard drugs, including opium, cocaine, heroin and mescaline. 

Crowley’s motto — perpetuated by OTO — was 'do what thou wilt'. And it is this individualistic approach that has led to a lasting fascination among artists and celebrities, of whom Peaches is the latest in a long line.

Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page, for example, routinely took part in occult magical rituals and was so intrigued by Crowley he bought his former home, Boleskine House, on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland.

And there are now OTO lodges scattered around the country, practising the same ceremonial rituals and spreading the word of Crowley.

While membership is secret, Peaches is said to have been initiated into it, raising the prospect that many of her impressionable fans could try to do the same.

Converts: Rapper Jay-Z (left) and Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page are believed to be involved with OTO
Converts: Rapper Jay-Z (left) and Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page are believed to be involved with OTO

Converts: Rapper Jay-Z (left) and Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page are believed to be involved with OTO

Indeed, when one of her Twitter followers asked how she could find out more about Thelema, another word for Crowley’s teachings, Peaches directed her to read his books, which she described as 'super interesting'.

Other celebrities linked to OTO include the rapper Jay-Z, who has repeatedly purloined imagery and quotations from Crowley’s work.

Whether wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with 'Do what thou wilt' or hiring Rihanna to hold aloft a flaming torch in his music videos (a reference to the Illuminati, an outlawed secret society whose name supposedly derives from Lucifer, or 'light bringer'), he has given the sect priceless publicity. 

His clothing line, Rocawear, is shot through with OTO imagery such as the 'all seeing eye' in a triangle, the 'eye of Horus' (an ancient Egyptian symbol frequently referenced in occult texts) and the head of Baphomet (the horned, androgynous idol of Western occultism).

Some conspiracy theorists have seized on this as evidence that he is a member of a secret Masonic movement which they believe permeates the highest levels of business and government.

Others take a more pragmatic view: that it is commercial opportunism, cashing in on impressionable teens’ attraction to the 'edginess' of occult symbolism.

Yet OTO is much more than a marketing opportunity for attention-seeking celebs. It is a living religion, with adherents still practising occult rituals set out by Crowley in his books.

This week I tracked down John Bonner, 62, the head of OTO in the UK, to his home in East Sussex. 

He told me: 'We are not a mass-appeal sort of organisation  — in the UK we number in our hundreds. Worldwide it’s thousands.

Malevolent: OTO was set up by Aleister Crowley, who revelled in the title of 'the wickedest man in the world'

Malevolent: OTO was set up by Aleister Crowley, who revelled in the title of 'the wickedest man in the world'

Celebrities are not always a boon or a benefit. 'We are used to being misunderstood. Many stories about Crowley, like people saying he filed his teeth down into fangs, are nonsense.

'You could call us a sex cult in a way, because we recognise, accept and adore the whole process which goes towards making tangible the previously intangible.'

According to adherents of OTO it takes years of study before you can begin to understand what the religion is about — much like the equally controversial Church of Scientology.

Bonner takes issue with the comparison, saying it is 'extremely expensive' to study Scientology, yet  OTO demands no financial contributions.

Given her own dabbling in heroin and casual sex, particularly during a rootless period when she lived in Los Angeles a few years ago, it is perhaps natural that the troubled offspring of Bob Geldof and Paula Yates should be attracted to such a liberal school of thought.

And if Peaches’ own interest is so shallow, heaven knows what her impressionable — and mostly very young — fans will take from it.

A former FBI agent, Ted Gundersen, who investigated Satanic circles in LA, found that Crowley’s teachings about 'raising demons to do one’s bidding' suggested human sacrifice, preferably of 'an intelligent young boy'.

John Bonner is dismissive of any idea that he and his fellow believers would even begin to countenance such excesses, pointing out that his is the only religion that sends people a letter of congratulations when they decide to leave ('because they are exercising free will, which is what we’re all about').

But he accepts many people may not be able to deal with Crowley’s complex teachings.

'You’re not supposed to just jump straight in to it. It takes time and study, but our rituals are not for public consumption. You need to join us and go through the initiation process before you can begin to understand.

'But according to our beliefs we can’t turn anyone away. So if you are over 18, are passably sane and are free to attend initiations, then you have an undeniable right of membership.'

Peaches Geldof is playing with fire. One can only hope her fans treat this latest pose with the scorn it deserves.

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Peaches Geldofs Tweets zu KindesmissbrauchErmittlungen wegen Online-Prangers


Das britische Model Peaches Geldof veröffentlichte die Namen zweier Frauen, die dem Sänger Ian Watkins ihre Kinder zum sexuellen Missbrauch freigegeben haben.


Zwei Mütter überlassen ihre Kinder dem britischen Rockmusiker Ian Watkins, der diese missbraucht haben soll. Das It-Girl Peaches Geldorf veröffentlicht die Namen der beiden Frauen - und muss jetzt mit einem Strafverfahren rechnen.

Das britische It-Girl Peaches Geldorf hat aufgrund einiger Tweets Ärger mit der Polizei. Nicht etwa, weil sie sich über andere Sternchen im Reality-TV ausgelassen hat, sondern aus wesentlich ernsteren Gründen: 

Die Britin hat auf Twitter Details zu einem Missbrauchsfall genannt, der momentan ganz Großbritannien beschäftigt.

Der britische Rocksänger Ian Watkins hat gestanden, zwölf Kinder sexuell missbraucht zu haben. Zwei weitere, darunter ein Baby, hat er nach eigenen Angaben versucht, zu vergewaltigen. Das sagte Watkins vor Beginn des Hauptverfahrens am Dienstag. Zuvor hatte der Musiker der walisischen Band Lostprophets die Vorwürfe vehement bestritten. 

Der Anklagevertreter sagte: "Er hat zugegeben, ein entschlossener und überzeugter Pädophiler zu sein." Ein Junge und ein Mädchen, an denen er sich vergangen haben soll, wurden ihm von den Müttern persönlich übergeben. Und das, obwohl sie wussten, was er mit ihnen vorhatte. Sie sollen an dem Missbrauch ihrer eigenen Kinder sogar beteiligt gewesen sein.

Mütter auf Twitter angeprangert

Auch wenn über den Fall in allen britischen Medien groß berichtet wurde, nannte keine Zeitung den Namen der beiden Mütter. Das britische It-GirlPeaches Geldof, bekannt aus einer Reality-TV-Show, kritisierte das auf Twitter: "Die Zeitungen müssen die Namen der 'Frauen A & B' nennen, die ihre Kinder diesem Monster überließen, in der Hoffnung ihrem (weitgehend talentfreien) Star näher zu sein."

Daraufhin veröffentlichte sie die Namen der beiden Mütter kurzerhand selbst, nachdem sie sie auf einer amerikanischen Internetseite gelesen hatte. Sofort warnten sie etliche ihrer mehr als 160.000 Follower, sodass die 24-Jährige die Beiträge wieder löschte.

Trotzdem prüfe die Polizei in Südwales jetzt, ob Geldof strafrechtlich verfolgt werden könne, berichtet die britische Tageszeitung The Guardian. Wer die Namen von Opfern sexueller Straftaten öffentlich mache, begehe ein Verbrechen und müsse mit einer Geldstrafe von bis zu 5000 britischen Pfund rechnen. Zwar sind die beiden Mütter nicht die Opfer, aber durch die Veröffentlichung ihrer Namen ist auch die Anonymität der missbrauchten Kinder nicht mehr gewahrt.

Peaches Geldof ist die Tochter von Bob Geldof, einem irischen Rockmusiker, der auch sozialpolitisch aktiv ist und sich gegen Armut und für die Dritte Welt einsetzt.

Vergewaltigungsopfer müssen geschützt werden

Die Polizei hat bei Watkins Videos gefunden, die sein Straftaten zeigen. Kriminalhauptkommissar der Polizei in Südwales, Peter Doyle, sagte demGuardian, dass die Polizei ihre Arbeit unermüdlich fortsetzen werde, um mögliche andere Vergewaltigungsopfer zu ermitteln. Er wisse, dass viele Menschen über die Vergehen des Rockmusikers in sozialen Netzwerken sprächen, aber das vordergründige Anliegen der Polizei sei es, die Opfer zu schützen.

Am Freitag nahm Geldof Stellung zu ihrem Handeln. In neun Tweets entschuldigt sie sich und rechtfertigt ihr Vorgehen. Sie schreibt: "Ich werde das nächste Mal die Fakten checken, bevor ich etwas twittere. Entschuldigt und Lektion gelernt." Das Urteil gegen Ian Watkins soll am 18. Dezember fallen.