Mick Jagger’s Longtime Girlfriend Found Hanged — Suicide or Illuminati Sacrifice?

It seems to be all too common with celebrities that themselves or someone close to them is found dead in an unusual manner.  The latest to suffer this fate is L’Wren Scott, the longtime girlfriend of Mick Jagger and ultra-successful high-end fashion designer.  At just 47 years of age, Scott was found in her Manhattan apartment.  As the official story goes, it appears to be a suicide.  She supposedly used a scarf to hang herself.

"Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" Costume Institute Gala At The Metropolitan Museum Of Art - ArrivalsJagger and Scott were an item for thirteen years, though they never married.  The relationship began in 2001 and lasted longer than either of Jagger’s previous marriages.  At the time of her death, Jagger was on tour in Australia with The Rolling Stones.

Scott might be best known for being Mick Jagger’s other half, but she had plenty of claims to fame in her own right.  When we say she was  successful high-end fashion designer, we are talking the cream of the crop.  Scott designed clothes for people like Angelina Jolie, Sandra Bullock, and even Michelle Obama.

With the details we have right now, it is hard to say what really happened.  She left no note.  As is customary in these cases, almost everyone says she was happy as she could be in the hours and days leading up to her death.  Could this be some sort of Illuminati-sanctioned message to Jagger and his boys?  Then again, Scott had enough dealings with celebrity figures that she could have easily been indoctrinated herself.

What do you think?  Do you buy the official story?  Or is there more that we are not being told?


8 thoughts on “Mick Jagger’s Longtime Girlfriend Found Hanged — Suicide or Illuminati Sacrifice?”

  1. Madonna (Illuminati High Priestess) said a weird statement “L’Wrenn was always so generous with me”…What does that mean coming from a multi millionairess? Sounded like a weird thing to say.
    L’Wren worked on Eyes Wide Shut too.
    Her age is 47 (11) but the BBC wrongly reported age 49 (13) and that she owed 7.6million (another 13 – number for sacrifice).
    Also the date 17th March is another number 11 (1+7+3).
    Mathematically co-incidence is impossible in the Universe. The Illuminati loves these types of games. Who knows what the sacrifice is for, we will only know when the next “star” rises.

    1. numerology doesnt work like that. you add until you cant anymore. an 11 is a 2 . 13 is 4 etc

  2. When I first heard about this I knew it was a sham on how she died.Someone like her does not hang from a door nob.You can always tell the scum involved by the way people die. its always the most ridiculous way a person would kill them self
    Like Michael Jackson he would have never OD or kill himself he loved them kids and his fans. I just don’t understand why the Illuminati are not having these mis-haps

  3. The Wren is a small brown bird, common throughout Britain, Europe and North America. But the wren is a very sacred bird, and holds a place in British myth and in Yule lore. Called The King Of The Birds, the Wren is a symbol of the Old God, or Holly King, and of the death of winter. This smallest of birds is known in story, myth and folk song, often simply as The King. Here is an excerpt from my book The Flowering Rod:

    At Yule, young men who had recently reached puberty would go hunting in the woods. Their quarry was the wren, the symbol of the Winter God. The wren’s name comes from Cutty Wren, or Cutty Bran, Bran’s Sparrow. Bran is the Welsh name for the Antlered God, king of the Underworld. The death of the wren at the hands of the young hunters symbolizes the death of Winter at the hands of the young Sun God, and helps the young men internalize that archetype.

    This ritual helps the young men establish that they are each the embodiment of the Oak King. In killing the wren, they stop seeing the Holly King as father or nurturer, and establish their own identities with the older men as mentors and role models.

    The young men take the wren to each house in the village, so that each household can rejoice in the death of Winter and the promise of Spring. In one English village, the following song is sung as the young men go from door to door. This custom is the forebear of Christmas caroling.

    The Wren can be seen on English coinage (above), and in many instances of British myth: Aside from the Welsh Bran, mentioned above, and from whom the bird gets its common name, we see the creature in the myth of Lleu Llaw Gyffes, a Welsh tale from the Mabinogion. Lleu is under a curse that he can have no name until the Goddess Arianrhod names him. Lleu kills a wren (the symbol of winter), establishing himself as the God of the sun.

    Arianrhod sees him kill the bird with a well shot stone from his slingshot, and exclaims “The Little Lion Has A Steady Hand!” The Lion is a common name for the sun god (Lleu Llaw Gyffes, and the Irish Lugh, both mean lion), and in Welsh, The Lion With The Steady Hand is…you guessed it…Llew Llaw Gyffes.

    The English forest God Herne also has strong associations with the Wren, and its summer counterpart, the Robin. It’s very likely that the hero Robin Hood takes his name from these two birds and their place in the Herne myth. On a side note, the Robin represents the lithe, sexual summer God who presides over the Beltain rites: anyone with the name Robinson or Robson most likely had an illegitimate ancestor conceived on that merry eve.

    As Britain became Christian, like many other mythic figures, the Wren was given a new story to explain his kingship. In the new tale, the birds have a contest to see who will be king. Whoever can fly the highest will earn that title. The small birds make their attempts, as do geese, herons and hawks. But the eagle seems most likely to win. Indeed, the eagle soars high above all the others, but at the zenith of his flight, a wren who had hidden in the eagle’s neck feathers popped out, flew a tiny bit higher, and won the crown.

    In the Wren tradition of rural Britain (a custom still observed today), we always have a small effigy of a wren in our Yule ritual. We crown it King, then celebrate its death as the sun grows in strength, bringing the Robin and the new life of spring.

    March 17, 2014
    L’Wren Scott, Date of death

    March 20, 12:57 P.M. EDT

    Therein could be a possible answer as far as symbolism and the timing of her death goes.

  4. L’wren dies on the 17th March, and The Rolling Stones approves a to tour Israel for the first time. This is clearly a celebration tour.

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