In Germany, a clairvoyance figure claims to have located the body of Delphine Jubillar, who has been missing since December 16, 2020.
But where did Delphine Jubillar go, the Tarn nurse who disappeared on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020 in Cagnac-les-Mines? To this question, a German protagonist claims to have the answer. Figure of clairvoyance across the Rhine, Michael Schneider, a graduate in political science, certifies having located the body of the missing mother using a very special clairvoyance technique.
“My way of working is as follows: I look at a photo of a missing person or animal, then I get a vision, a signal, to know if this person or this animal is still alive or not.he explains in the columns of La Dépêche. I am very religious and I receive this inspiration from the divine world. Then I take a haptic or ‘google-earth’ map and let my eye and fingers twirl over it until I’ve marked a point which I then adjust to the meter.“According to Schneider, Delphine Jubillar’s body is located at GPS coordinates 43°58’45.7″ N 2°07’25.1” E. This place corresponds to a wooded area of Cagnac-les-Mines, located between the cemetery and the road to Saint-Quentin, near the Mouline stream. Note that this place has already been searched by the authorities, without result.
“I have not received any response to date”
To our colleagues from La Dépêche, Michael Schneider explains that he has “share the results” of his “working with investigators and family lawyers”. He did not, however, “received no response to date”. However, the Germanic seer would have already proven himself. In recent years, he claims to have managed to make a difference in several criminal cases. “Last year in northern Germany I located the body of a murdered woman 235 meters away, while the police were mistaken 20 kilometers away, he says. (…) In the tragic Neumair/Perselli double murder case, where a son murdered his parents, in Italy, and where the trial is currently taking place, I located the body of the murdered Peter Neumair less than 400 meters from the river l ‘Adige as police wanted to search 75 kilometers for him.” He would also have located the body of little Maddie McCann, who disappeared in Portugal on May 3, 2007, but would not have received any return from the Portuguese police.
If it is not interested (for the moment) in the results of Michael Schneider, the Toulouse research section is continuing its investigations to find Delphine Jubillar. At the beginning of May, a confrontation was organized between Cédric Jubillar, the husband of the disappeared, and his ex-cellmate, Marco, to whom he allegedly confessed to having killed and buried his wife. However, the confrontation did not result in any concrete progress.
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