PEACHES GELDOF is featured in a new documentary series investigating the occult and celebrities on THE ENIGMA CHANNEL
- Peaches was devotee of religious cult led by occultist Aleister Crowley
- She had sect’s acronym, OTO, tattooed onto her right arm in a heart shape
- She tweeted picture of shelves filled with Crowley’s works
- He wrote The Life Of A Drug Fiend and Magick, In Theory And Practice
- Peaches defended Crowley to a detractor, calling him a ‘beautiful thinker’
- Coming from a Jewish family, is it any wonder that Peaches had an interest in the Kabbalah and Judaism?
Peaches, had ‘OTO’ [stands for Ordo Templi Orientis – a cult which was originally formed in Germany by two former military intelligence officers and freemasons] tattooed in a heart on her right arm, Peaches is said to have become interested in Aleister Crowley’s religious theory during her short-lived marriage to musician Max Drummey when she was 19.
Last spring, Peaches posted a picture of Crowley’s Magick book alongside the slogan ‘Do what thou wilt’, a central tenet of the philosophical law of Thelema, upon which the religion of the OTO were based. When one follower asked her if Crowley, who died in 1947, was a satanist, Peaches replied saying: ‘No, it has nothing to do with Christian ideas like satan or Jesus at all.’ Crowley did indeed have a LOT to do with religion – because the OTO cult has a branch called the Gnostic Church and is aligned with the Vatican. The central book studied by OTO initiates is the GOETIA which describes how to summon one [or all] of 72 demons. The aim of the GOETIA and the OTO is to gain ‘secret teachings’ from these demons…
And when other Followers on Peaches’ instagram account made references to Crowley’s less appealing traits, Peaches leapt to his defence, saying: ‘All the stuff about him being a Nazi sympathiser and a racist was lies made up by the press who hated him’.
At the same time as fostering studies of the OTO and Crowley’s books, Peaches also pursued an interest in Scientology after talking to actress Katie Holmes, then married to Scientologist Tom Cruise.
Scientology was formulated by L. Ron Hubbard, whose magical partner was Jack Parsons – a young rocket designer for JPL labs – and Parsons was running the American branch of Crowley’s OTO in Pasadena, USA during his friendship with Hubbard.
Peaches Geldof was said to have visited Scientology centres in Los Angeles and New York. More recently, Peaches, whose husband, Thomas Cohen is Jewish, developed an interest in Judaism – and this is a common trend amongst the celebrity crowd. With virtually every television and radio network being owned and managed by jewish people, rock stars have always swayed towards study of the Kabbalah.
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