Peaches Geldof had a long history of drug abuse and petty crimes. She married (for the second time) at the young age of 22 and was soon raising 2 children. She died of a heroin overdose at age 25, on April 7, 2014.
The following month, on May 23, Elliot Rodger went on a rampage in Santa Barbara and killed 6 people. There are some strange parallels: Peaches’ father, Bob Geldof, was featured in Oh My God, the 2008 anti-religion documentary by Peter Rodger (Elliot’s father), and his role is described in the press kit: “Musician/political activist Bob Geldof firmly believes God is an ‘impediment to living this life.'”
Her husband, Thomas Cohen, was lead singer of the UK punk band SCUM, which takes its name from the SCUM Manifesto: “a radical feminist manifesto written in 1967 by Valerie Solanas. It argues that men have ruined the world and that women should overthrow society and eliminate the male sex.”
S.C.U.M. Manifesto (Society for Cutting Up Men): The male is completely egocentric, trapped inside himself, incapable of empathizing or identifying with others, or love, friendship, affection of tenderness. He is a completely isolated unit, incapable of rapport with anyone. His responses are entirely visceral, not cerebral; his intelligence is a mere tool in the services of his drives and needs; he is incapable of mental passion, mental interaction; he can’t relate to anything other than his own physical sensations. He is trapped in a twilight zone halfway between humans and apes…. SCUM will couple-bust — barge into mixed (male-female) couples, wherever they are, and bust them up…. SCUM will kill all men who are not in the Men’s Auxiliary of SCUM.
Elliot Rodger Manifesto (My Twisted World): I concluded that women are flawed. There is something mentally wrong with the way their brains are wired, as if they haven’t evolved from animal-like thinking. They are incapable of reason or thinking rationally. They are like animals, completely controlled by their primal, depraved emotions and impulses.That is why they are attracted to barbaric, wild, beast-like men. They are beasts themselves. Beasts should not be able to have any rights in a civilized society…. I wanted to kill as many attractive young couples as I possibly could…. The vast majority of the female population will be deliberately starved to death.
Solanas is best known for shooting Andy Warhol and an assistant in 1968, an assassination attempt he barely survived (the assistant was not seriously wounded). Warhol describes the effect of this experience: “Right when I was being shot and ever since, I knew that I was watching television. The channels switch, but it’s all television.” Solanas was no doubt an inspiration for a young Elliot Rodger. Who might have introduced them?
Peaches died with an OTO/AA tatoo on her arm, the symbol of Alastair Crowley’s Satanic Church, which became the ‘theological’ foundation for Alcoholics Anonymous: Do as thou wilt is the whole of law. The gnostic philosophy underlies Darren Aronofsky’s movies Noah and Requiem for a Dream. Aronofsky is the husband of Astaire’s long-time client Rachel Weisz. Who might have introduced young Peaches to this arcane philosophy?
Simon Astaire assisted in the production of the film (Oh My God), and is probably responsible for bringing together these people of like minds. His PR firm Protocol Multimedia specializes in World Peace initiatives, and his fiction (like Crowley’s) is obsessed with themes of suicide, mass murder, the occult, mind control, conspiracies, drug addiction and alcoholism.
What is the connection between fathers who despise religion and children who kill themselves and others? How does Simon protect his own son from a deadly existential crisis?
How did Simon kill Peaches? Did they have a personal relationship? I hope someone out there can connect the dots. Please post your ideas in the comments below.
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