Sunday, May 4, 2008
Astrology and the D.C. Madam: Was Death Written in the Planets?
Death of the D. C. Madam by Beth Turnage of Astrology Explored
Deborah Jean Palfrey, the D. C. Madam, whose revelations led to the resignation of one prominent Washington official was found dead on May 1, 2008, at her mother’s Tarpon Springs Florida home. Recently convicted of racketeering and money laundering with a potential sentence of four to six years, Palfrey reported said that she “rather die than to go to prison again” and that “I’m sure as heck not going to federal prison . . . because I’m shy about bringing in the deputy secretary of whatever.”
Exactly a year previous she had released phone records which revealed Deputy Secretary of State Randall Tobias and Louisiana State Senator David Vitter, among others, were clients of Ms. Palfrey’s services. But as a commenter on the astrology blog ElsaElsa said about Washington culture “Nice girls don’t tell.”
Conspiracy theorists are having a field day with Ms. Palfrey’s death, calling it a murder, while the local authorities are labeling it an apparent suicide.
What does astrology say about the D. C. Madam’s death? Deborah Jean Palfrey was born March 18, 1956, 11:55 AM 40N09 79W59. We know her birth time from one of her astrologers, who posted it.
Read more of Beth Turnage's D.C. Madam Suicide: Was Death Written in the Stars at DBKP.com
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