Documenting from Scotland the rise of the One World King; the "masonic" Sun God.

Monday, 7 April 2014

I don't like Mondays

Peaches and  Paula, on a MK trip
We have mentioned and perhaps enjoyed Marilyn Manson very recently in regard of the digits 11 and 22; paying respect to James Shelby Downard and his JFK -  KK/33 essay on our travels. (here and here)

Marilyn met Peaches Geldof on 18th April 2011, for a "Jewish" Passover meal. (here)

Peaches' mother's new boyfriend after Bob, was Michael Hutchence.

Peaches father never liked Mondays, that's how he made it big. 

"Yates contended that Geldof had repeatedly said, "Don't forget, I am above the law" - wiki - Hutchence death
Baby Peaches
Michael was found dead on a 22/11, in Oz, allegedly unintentional suicide.

An oldish-baby arrived today in Oz,  whilst an nurse allegedly killed herself just after his birth, allegedly due to an Australian radio show hoax. It's 259 days since George was born, in pregnancy terms that's the commencement of "full term", when the waters break.

Peaches -  born exactly seven years prior to the Dunblane massacre - Geldof, sported an O.T.O. (Ordo Templi Orientis) tattoo. Scotland loving, Aleister Crowley, and "his" "do what one wilt be the whole of the law" dug the OTO. (here)

From 18/11/2011 until today is 2 years, 11 months, and 20 days.

Peaches & Pippa (Middleton)



Loren Coleman said...

January 29, 1979, a Monday, was the date on which 16-year-old Brenda Spencer stuck her rifle out her window and began firing not at her own school, but at her San Diego neighborhood's Cleveland Elementary School, across the street. Before it was over, she had killed two, the school's caretaker and the principal, as well as wounding nine students. When arrested by the police and asked why she did it, Spencer infamously said: "I just don't like Mondays." That quote became an anthem of the era, via a song written by Bob Geldof, and sung by his Boomtown Rats.

Connecting the dots hinted in your posting leads us to new tomorrows of unknown darknesses.

Newspaceman said...

Thanks for the info Loren.

Note from today's mail on line, re Peaches, - link at bottom :

"Three weeks ago she also uploaded an image of a book she was called Magick: In Theory and Practice by Aleister Crowley."


Newspaceman said...

Wiki - re Crowley's The Book of the Law :

"Finally, on 7 April, Rose gave Crowley his instructions—for three days he was to enter the "temple" and write down what he heard between noon and 1:00 p.m."


aferrismoon said...

Irish President visits the Queen today.

"But he said there was "still a road to be travelled" to reach lasting peace."

A red road?

I see Rangers were 'sacrificed' prior to the visit :)

Anyhow a young woman drops dead for no apparent reason after posting a photo of her and her dead mother - and its reported like , hey ho, just another odd celebrity death?

Wasn't her previous tweet about Ian watkins and the Child Catcher?


Newspaceman said...

Hiya Moon, I believe he also mentioned Peaches too.

Re football, aye Rangers sacrificed @ Easter Road. Note last week @ Tynecastle too, when Hearts avoided relegation after a dubious decision and a goal by Billy King. Then they get relegated this week.

I covered the Watkins Kerrang "tweet" in a very recent post (nothing directly to do with Peaches).