Princess Diana buried valuable gemstones all over the grounds of Kensington Palace in a bid to ward off evil and to "cleanse" them, it has been claimed.
Healer Simone Simmons, who befriended the princess around five years before her tragic 1997 death, claims that the pair forged a strong friendship as they bonded over their shared interest in the paranormal.
They met in 1993 at the Hale Clinic in west London and Simone says she warned Diana that “something was going to happen to her that would be the death of her” before she died in the Paris crash, aged 36.
Speaking to The Sunday People, she said it was mostly gems gifted from the Saudi royal family that were immersed in dirt to cleanse and recharge them.
She said: “Anyone who dug around that area would be really surprised about what they would find buried there.
“Diana got into burying items in the ground as part of a cleansing ritual.
“We would bury items she thought had a bad or evil energy, conduct a ceremony and Diana believed the items emerged cleansed and with a better energy.”
Simone, who spoke to Di for up to 14 hours a day on the phone, said it was to cleanse the objects of “bad energy”.
The healer, now 59, was a regular visitor to Diana’s London home before her car crash death.
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She went on to pen the book Diana: The Last Word after her death, and claims to receive regular visits from Princess Diana from beyond the grave.
As a result she has written to son Prince William begging him to “save” his brother Harry.
In her letter, she wrote: “Diana made me promise to keep an eye on both you and Harry to make sure you’re both OK, and to give you warnings of danger signs.
“Meghan will isolate Harry, and eventually cause him to attempt radical, possibly lethal, self-destructive actions.”
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