Spaceships arrive over Neelu’s house in Ilford

We’re not sure how we missed this, but apparently a fleet of spaceships (or possibly one single very large one) arrived the other day over Neelu’s house, for the express purpose of thanking her and her team of Crystal Buriers for their hard work.

Look, she even has video evidence! (Of course she has…)

Mother Sekhment displays her ship above Ilford in Essex, to honour the work of the crystal team a day earlier – it will normally take 4 weeks to take full effect – but with Mother Sekhmet, acting as a heart connection for all, it could be instant – beaming to the grey cloud and beaming the remedies out from the universe….

Turns out that Neelu’s not just a space cadet, she’s Starfleet Command.

Seriously, though: at what point should her family be expected to step in and get her some help?

We realise she can’t be sectioned just for being a nutcase (because sectioning requires that she pose an immediate threat to herself or others, and that doesn’t include driving other people around the bend), but Neelu is not a well woman.

If her wackiness were confined to thinking that the sun shining from behind a bank of clouds was Mother Whatsis coming to pat her on the head and tell what a good crystal burier she is, that’d be one thing. Strange, but ultimately harmless. But Neelu’s brand of crazy includes harassing innocent people, spreading libellous statements, and wasting police and court time with spurious complaints.

Short of praying that her friends from space will decide to beam her up, is there anything to be done for her?


23 thoughts on “Spaceships arrive over Neelu’s house in Ilford

  1. Looks like they forgot to land and pick Neelu up. Bloody England. Even aliens don’t work Saturdays.

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  2. Has anyone got a serious diagnosis of what is wrong with her?

    No whacky ideas please.

    I’d love to know what her family think of her.

    Are they similarly inflicted or do they think she is “nuts”?

    Belinda and Sabine should be ashamed of themselves for using her in their campaigns.

    Angie needs to accept she’s not going to run the show with Belinda and Sabine, though i know she wants to.

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    • Probably some form of Schizophrenia. According to the NHS website:

      Schizophrenia is a long-term mental health condition that causes a range of different psychological symptoms, including:
      hallucinations – hearing or seeing things that do not exist
      delusions – unusual beliefs not based on reality that often contradict the evidence
      muddled thoughts based on hallucinations or delusions
      changes in behaviour
      Doctors often describe schizophrenia as a psychotic illness. This means sometimes a person may not be able to distinguish their own thoughts and ideas from reality.

      Sounds like Neelu to me.

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      • Thanks for that.

        It’s a shame, as out of Neelu, Belinda, Sabine and Angie, imo Neelu’s the only one that thinks she is acting in the best interests of the children. The other 3 just love the “limelight” imo.

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      • I partially agree with you, FS–except that I don’t think I’ve ever seen evidence that Neelu has actual hallucinations (visual or auditory experiences that no one else experiences–voices talking to her, etc.). And while she’s wacky, she does seem to behave in a more or less organised fashion: she manages to get dressed, socialise, travel about, and function reasonably well, if you discount the fact that she believes in the whole ‘freeman’ bollocks.

        I’d be more inclined to say she has delusional disorder, which is related to schizophrenia.

        “The main feature of this disorder is the presence of delusions, which are unshakable beliefs in something untrue. People with delusional disorder experience non-bizarre delusions, which involve situations that could occur in real life, such as being followed, poisoned, deceived, conspired against, or loved from a distance. These delusions usually involve the misinterpretation of perceptions or experiences. In reality, however, the situations are either not true at all or highly exaggerated.” –


        • I suppose it depends if interpreting an ordinary cloud as a spaceship counts as a hallucination. I note Christine Ann Sands seems to see things in clouds too.

          Many years ago I, and several other people, tried to reason with a man who believed the CIA were spying on him through the walls of his house with X-rays. The problem is the more you try and persuade some one who is delusional that they should see a psychologist, the more they believe you are part of their imaginary conspiracy.

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          • Yes, it’s a losing battle. And ultimately, whether it’s delusional disorder or schizophrenia, it’s clear that Neelu needs professional help, not egging on from her so-called ‘friends’.


  3. Is anyone in touch with these aliens? Any chance we could talk them into some more abductions? Longer ones? I have this list…..

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    • I think the only way to reach them is via running about the countryside planting crystals and chanting spells. Not really sure I’m up for that, but if you want to give it a go….


      • It’s strange isn’t it that the only people who we know, for a fact, drink human blood (Araya), chant spells (Neelu, Penny etc), use profanity in front of children (Christine Ann Sands) and physically abuse children (Abe, condoned by Belinda) are on the other side.


          • p.s. Anyone reading this who thinks I’m exaggerating should just do a bit of research. All the above is on the net – blood drinking and verbal and physical abuse. It’s been an eye-opener to me how people who profess to care about kids and people in general can act so badly.

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  4. Mental health services in this country have always been poorly funded, a situation that is not getting any better.

    What services there often only come into play in a crisis. I suspect there would be a stark difference in what a professional would class as someone in need of help and what a member of the general public would think.

    I doubt the public would stand for it if physical illness was treated in the same way.

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