My Gemini daughter said to me yesterday “what in the stars is killing all these people?” And now this. Poor Peaches Geldof and those little boys of hers. It’s heart-breaking. I remember reading Paula Yates (Peaches mother) book On Blondes in the 80s and then her parenting (yes) guide all about the bliss of babies and full time motherhood. And then there was Michael Hutchence.
Drugs and alcohol run through this sad and tawdry tale like a poisoned underground river. Astrologically, Peaches was a multiple conjunct Piscean – Sun-Venus-Mercury-Node – with Chiron activating the Piscean energies and Neptune on her Pisces North Node. The Zap Zone zapping her Capricorn Saturn. This could have been amazing – empowerment and spiritual awakening to the max.
Horribly, her last days seemed to be a blur of lower Neptune crap – ghosts. Alistair Crowley for fuqs sake, maybe drugs. I don’t care what anyone says: drugs and anything occult do not mix. And Crowley had some genius going on but you don’t dabble with that sort of schizz when you are fragile, a recovering (?) addict and young mother.
This is from the Daily Mail article with the most depth but i am not putting in the alleged ghost picture as frankly it freaked me out with a cold shudder & i think it’s bad juju to even post it here. But check it in the original article if you want.
A few weeks before her death, Peaches had expressed concern that her home in Kent may be haunted.
The socialite shared a photo of herself and son Astala in the bath in December which appeared to show a translucent hand to the side of her neck.
She wrote next to the picture: ‘And no that isn’t my hand – one of mine was round his waist to hold him during the photo, the other holding the camera to take the shot. Also the hand is around my shoulder so totally weird angle if I did it myself. How terrifying!! (sic)’.
Peaches posted the spooky selfie on Instagram and told how she believed the hand belonged to the spirit of a woman who committed suicide nearly 100 years ago after delivering a stillborn baby.
She said: ‘The house was built in the 1920s by a rich man and his pregnant wife.
‘However, his wife had a stillborn baby and was so grief-stricken she went mad. She apparently drowned herself in the bath.’
Peaches claimed she often felt a ghostly presence in the house – but said it was a welcoming one rather than threatening.
She added: ‘The presence I feel isn’t malignant or angry, rather maternal and friendly – the house has a lovely atmosphere.
‘Maybe she’s just making her presence known because she loves having babies around.’
Three weeks ago she also uploaded an image of a book she was called Magick: In Theory and Practice by Aleister Crowley.
He was an early 20th century writer and magician, who wrote about mysticism and paranormal beliefs.
Peaches even started to leave her door open when she slept at night in case the ‘ghost comes back’.
This is just awful. People, whether it’s depression, drugs or ghosts in your house, get help if you need it.