Peaches Geldof Illuminati Theories

On June 4, 2014 by Tim Newman

Peaches Geldof Illuminati - Conspiracy theory

Normally the Illuminati watcher types only really focus their beams on those in the pop industry that have had a meteoric rise to fame. In Peaches’ case she just had a famous Dad and Mum and a tragic back-story, she wasn’t really famous off her own back. But a death at a young age seems to have been enough to get some of the conspiracy darlings’ tongues wagging.

Peaches died at the age of 25 which must have disappointed Illuminati followers; they prefer it if drug overdoses come a couple of years later so that they can triumphantly slip them into the posthumous 27 club.

Peaches mother, Paula Yates, famously got with Michael Hutchence of INXS fame who died under “suspicious” circumstances exactly 34 years to the day after JFK was unceremoniously ended. The official reports were that Hutchence was a victim of his own erotic fantasies but of course that’s no good for the Illuminati watchers. They presumed that Geldof, who has been Knighted, was something to do with it.

Illuminati fans, who seem to be predominantly American, don’t realise how meaningless a Knighthood is; I mean yes it is a wonderful accolade and something to be proud of but it certainly doesn’t give you the keys to the room where the Queen slips in and out of her reptilian costume.

Peaches Geldof Illuminati - Bob knighted

A couple of years later Yates died of a heroin overdose. To most observers this simply looks like a tragic family history. The events intertwined are causal, but not necessarily Satanic in nature.


So what about Peaches? As you might well imagine, Peaches has had a stressful few years and was probably looking for answers. During these uncertain times she switched to Scientology in 2009 and Judaism in 2013 (picture below Tweeted on the eve of Yom Kippur with her Jewish boyfriend). To conspiracy buffs this reeks of the elite. To most other people it just seems like a very lost girl trying to muddle through whilst sat amongst a bunch of other semi-celebrities who are equally lost and confused. Fame and riches can’t buy you happiness, but it can buy you confusion.

Peaches Geldof celebrates Jewish holiday

In 2013 Illuminati gaydar were flashing all over the place when she Tweeted an Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) tattoo. The OTO were originally meant to be an order similar to or part of the masons. They were formed in the late 1800’s in Austria. Aleister Crowley was their most famous member and started Chapters in the UK and Ireland. Crowley progressed rapidly through their ranks and busied himself with contacting Egyptian gods and setting up odd rituals. They now follow the law of Thelema which is Crowley’s brain child.

Peaches Geldof Illuminati - OTO tattoo

The official OTO site describes the group like so:

O.T.O. is dedicated to the high purpose of securing the Liberty of the Individual and his or her advancement in Light, Wisdom, Understanding, Knowledge, and Power through Beauty, Courage, and Wit, on the Foundation of Universal Brotherhood… ‘love under law, love with will’.

Peaches Geldof Illuminati - OTO tattoo 2

So it’s a pretty odd group to get involved in I suppose, but as you can see the tattoo isn’t exactly Masonic looking and maybe the ‘OTO’ stands for something else? But she did Tweet this: “#93 #Thelema #o.t.o. for all my fellow Thelemites on Instagram!” So the poor girl seems like she was desperately searching for some light and direction in her life.

Rihanna’s tattoo underneath her wabs is more similar to the OTO official symbol (comparison below). But as I have argued in the past, Illuminati symbolism is fashionable, not necessarily meaningful.

Illuminati Symbols OTO Tattoo Rihanna Comparison Crowley

So that’s the crux of it really. According to conspiracy/Illuminati watchers she was mixed up in some Satanic, new world order stuff and then was for some reason sacrificed(?) But in my humble opinion she was a young woman with a tragic life, desperately searching for meaning in all the wrong places.

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