The skeletal remains of Nine year old Maelys de Araujo of France were recovered on Valentine's Day some 6 miles away from where she was last seen. Maelys had been missing since August 27, 2017 when she was last seen on surveillance footage leaving a wedding reception at 2:46 AM in Nordahl Lelandias' vehicle.
According to Ben McPartland a writer for the The Local news media, Lelandias' returned to the wedding 39 minutes later but without Maelys. Finally after months of interrogation Lelandias' instructed law enforcement where they could recover Maelys' remains.
A concerned native of France reached out to us here at AMAP asking for our help in the search effort by requesting to be provided with one of our interactive maps. Now that Maelys has been recovered, we are fortunate to have had this individual continue correspondence with us upon her recovery and mapping out for us the exact area where she was recovered. We don't always get that help. Most often we have to struggle through poorly written and reported news articles only to find conflicting information.
So lets us start here with this image to the right that was sent to us by our contact in France offering the area where Maelyns was found. Be mindful, as of this date, no exact location has been reported by police thus far, but reports of the Maroitiot road in the blue circle was closed off during their search for recovery. So Maelyn was found somewhere in this blue circle.
The area beginning at the road is roughly 6 South East miles from the reception hall where she was abducted. At the time of her abduction the Sun and Mercury were both holding the 3rd degree of Virgo compounding their energy. 3 + 3 = 6. So the Sun/Mercury conjunction offered the near distance to her recovery. (See Figures 2 and 3 below)
Fig. 1 - Marked area of remains recovery by our contact
Whats important to understand here is that the Planet Pluto at its 17° of Capricorn was off by only 1 degree to an exact opposition with the Ascendant at 16° of Cancer. So the time of 2:46 AM ticked the Ascendants' measurement to form a Grand Square to the Jupiter, Uranus Pluto TSquare and this planetary alignment became the aspect in which she would be found.
The important thing to understand here is that the Ascendant can only be determined by time of day. Pluto in that opposition was being energized by the Square aspects it was making to both Jupiter at the 21° of the cardinal sign Libra, (which was in its own tight opposition the planet Uranus at 28° Aries. Because of Pluto's tight opposition to the Ascendant (the most east point of the horizon/ascendant for that location in La Pont De Beauvoisin, France) it became the trigger that inclined Lelandias to movement into one of those directions offered by this planetary line up when all of the compass's square points are considered and drawn. He choose to move in a direction with Maelys that was offered most closely by Uranus' finishing point into the South West.
This is why our work in so complicated and this is why are maps are so overwhelming to explore. Its our job to consider all the planets measurement at the date and time of a disappearance and map out not only their own measurement in the heavens relationship against the terrain here on Earth, but the other points on the compass that they energize from that position, and its all done to help direct the highest probable areas in which to focus a search.
Looking for remains is like "looking for a needle in a haystack'. Anyone who has endeavored to tackle such searches know this. Knowledge of the area must be known, maps consulted, trusted search habits taught and adhered to, and more over the time and money needed gathering the equipment and the man power to pull it off. But a missing child is unacceptable; and we as humans, no matter what odds are against us, must make an effort to find them else the bad guys win, and families fall apart under the emotional stress of worrying where their child is.
We here at AMAP don't have all the answers. But we are committed to learning what we can to get the answers we need to narrow down the 'needle in a haystack' dilemma. We want to solve this problem. Every case we look at teaches us something new. Maelyns' case offered the importance of Time. And all the cases in our body of work thus far is directing us to pay closer attention to the Sun and Moon's position at the time of disappearance. It appears, in most all cases, that the Sun or Moon, or both, will form an aspect whether major or minor to the found bearing. So this is good news. It's hinting to us that we may be able to trust the Sun and Moon's measurements to offer us potent areas to search for the missing, as we trust the Sun will rise and the Moon shall become full.
In Maelys case the Moon was 8 degrees of Scorpio when she disappeared, making its position only 9 degrees separating from the 28th degree of Libra ... which would forma Square aspect to the found bearing. The Moon in her own birth chart was 0 degree of Aquarius, only 2 degrees away from forming an exact opposition to the found bearing. So in Maelys' case we sighted the key importance to TIME of disappearance, and that the Moon in both charts formed major relationships to the bearing in which she was found.
We believe its sacred geometry at work and that none of us are above the regulatory cycle of the heavens. Maelyns' case will be added among of the some 180 cases in our study of missing children whose remains have been recovered. Maelys' case will help support that there is a system within our own Solar system to identify the gravitational pull humans will incline to move based on our working theory that our missing children are being found on geometic pattern of the planets present at the time of their birth and disappearance.