Wednesday, August 03, 2011

St Catherine of Siena: What really happened to Amy Winehouse?

St Catherine of Siena
St Catherine of Siena (who passed away in 1380, is regularly 'channelled' by the US medium Elizabeth Baron and who hosted on her feast day the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) takes a keen interest in the news - as Arcatistes will know (see labels for more).

In Baron's latest newsletter, St Catherine turns her spiritual attention to someone close to home: 'What really happened to Amy Winehouse?'

St Catherine's answer via Baron: 'Amy took her own life by not taking the responsibility for her own health. The amount of drugs and drink that went into her body could have killed ten men. She was a very sick person and everyone around her knew it, not only mentally, but physically.'

I wonder if St C knows anything about rehab.

9 comments:

Ciaran Rehill said...

Is that the virginal St C of S who kept talking about "being peirced to the very bowels by Christ?" Paging Dr Freud.

Anonymous said...

Baron is a con. Someone needs to say it.

Anonymous said...

blessums

The late Grace Kelly said...

The saint's not wrong though. Wino was a self-indulgent cunt followed by filthy-nailed cunt sheep. I hope they all feed on each other's liver. The cunts.

RB said...

The world's a better place without Amy. When the News of the World died she had to go. No further purpose.

Anonymous said...

your page views have shot up. why's that?

Madame Arcati said...

I'm too modest to say, poppet, but I'm sure my free spirit is an inspiration to all sorts, such as Harry Potter fans.

Anonymous said...

St Catherine of Siena sounds suspiciously like St Catherine of Ostler: moralistic malevolence drooling from every pore ad infinitum. Perhaps she could cover for Cathy O on the Daily Malice when the latter's on her hols?

Mrs Paul Dacre said...

Can't think why a mediaeval saint and professional virgin would concern herself with Amy Winehouse. Think what's happened since 1380. Ivan the Terrible, Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Paul Daniels. And she's concerned about Amy. No wonder I'm an atheist.