Monday, September 19, 2005


In the Independent, 20 September 2005, Cahal Milmo has an article entitled: 'Witchcraft and nail clippings: the weird world of Cherie Blair?'

The article concerns 'Tony And Cherie, A Special Relationship' a new book by journalist Paul Scott.

Scott uses alleged conversations with members of the Blair entourage.

Among the techniques said to be employed by Mrs Blair was to take jars containing hair and nail clippings belonging to herself and her husband to Jack Temple, a retired market gardener turned health guru.

Temple, who died in 2004, is claimed to have "dowsed" the jars by waving a pendulum over them to detect "poisons and blockages" that could affect the Blairs.

Quoting a number of unnamed "Blair court insiders", the book claims: "Temple told Cherie that his pendulum could tell her when it was a good time or bad time to make major decisions."

The Blair's relationship with Carole Caplin, the Jewish former glamour model turned lifestyle adviser, is mentioned in the book.

Scott claims that Caplin personally bathed Mrs Blair as part of her service.


"The Sunday Express claims Mr Foster was ready to sell secrets of his dealings with Mrs Blair to the Israeli secret service, Mossad.

"Intelligence sources have told the paper that Mossad was also interested in Mr Foster's girlfriend, Carole Caplin, because - as Mrs Blair's so-called life-style guru - she has close links to the family."


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