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If we include today's date, it's 108 days since Peaches Geldof died.
Today, it is widely reported that the legal inquest into Peaches death has concluded that it was due to a heroin overdose. Apparently, the heroin she had stashed in her home was of a far higher quality that that normally found "on the street". The coroner appears to suggest that Peaches made an incorrect estimate in the quantity of the drug she would need to intake, perhaps due to a then-recent period of abstention. (here)
Today, it is widely reported that the Queen's racehorse, Estimate, has tested positive for morphine. (here). Morphine is the base product for heroin.
I noted in my post, I don't like Mondays, how Peaches death coincided with the commencement of the royal visit to Australia. I also noted within how Peaches mother's ex, Michael Hutchence, was found dead on a 22/11, numbers/a date which appear to speak volumes to, let's say, occultists.
Peaches was allegedly obsessed with Aleister Crowley and the occult. Peaches' death day was the anniversary of Crowley's commencement of his writing of the "Book of the Law", a book which he allegedly wrote within the Great Pyramid with help from an entity called Aiwass, utilising John Dee's Enochian magick. From Peaches to Pennsylvania
John Dee was an occultist and great friend of royalty. Bob Geldof's twin Live Aid concerts - one in London, one in Pennsylvania, took place on the birth date of John Dee.
EMI Records have been linked to Satanism, mind-control and military intelligence.
Ex-Tory M.P. Louise Mensch used to work for EMI under Roger Lewis, a good friend of Bob Geldof.
Louise Mensch's husband is Peter Mensch, who's company Q Prime managed the paedophile singer Ian Watkins and his band the Lost Prophets.
In 2012, Louise Mensch abruptly resigned as a Tory M.P. and moved to New York.
Ian Watkins was arrested in December 2012.
In December 2012 Louise Mensch's ex-business partner Luke Bozier was also arrested on child porn charges.
In November 2013, Peaches Geldof caused controversy by tweeting the names of two women linked to Ian Watkins abuse ring.
Today, the Lostprophets frontman and heavy drug abuser, Ian Watkins', legal appeal against the length of his jail term for child abuse was thrown out of court. BBC News
Heroin addict, Aleister Crowley, believed that Scotland was a focal point for magickal energies.
Tonight, the Queen will formally open the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, a year and a day after Baby George's birth. Note that a year and a day has connections with both legal principles, and magick/pagans/secret societies. (wiki)