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    The so-called 'Living Nostradamus' fears "black magic" was at play in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

    Athos Salomé has commented on Britain's most famous missing person case in response to a Polish woman's claims that she may be the vanished toddler.

    Madeleine was three-years-old when she disappeared on May 3, 2007 from her bed in a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal while her parents, Kate and Gerry, were dining at a restaurant just a stone's throw away.

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    Athos told the Daily Star: "For days I have seen news of Madeleine McCann, many assumptions and psychics stating things, when in reality nobody knows."

    The Brazilian seer who claims to have predicted the Queen's death, Covid-19 and Elon Musk buying Twitter, says he has looked into what other mystics have written about Madeleine's case.

    Athos said 2020 was billed as the year "something would come to light about her disappearance".

    He continued: "Based on the occult, we can find the years 2023 and 2024, the repercussion should continue and many things can be found, including about finding her alive or not.

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    "There is something dark about this supposed disappearance, it has to do with black magic, her disappearance was not by chance.

    "The authorities must reopen the case and investigate thoroughly about who knew Madeleine, close people, parents, the whole family, friends and suspects must be summoned so that the truth is revealed.

    "The Earth has sworn that nothing will be hidden about this, I hope and pray that this case will be unravelled without lies and assumptions."

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    Sadly, however, Athos admits to not being able to predict a positive outcome.

    "I am sorry to say I cannot see or feel her alive, too much confusion and omission in this case," he said.

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