It was in 1997 when the scholar Mexican scientist and neurophysiologist Jacobo Grinberg-Zylberbaum disappeared without a trace at 47 years old and under strange circumstances that to date have not been clarified by the authorities.
Jacobo Grinberg highlighted with his postulates of the Syntergic Theory that among other issues, addressed an extrasensory human power that supposedly allows to perceive vibrations and images through the hands.
The researcher graduated from UNAM, who focused on studying Mexican shamanism and the scope of the human mind he simply no longer contacted his family and friends, leaving a halo of mystery in his disappearance that has given rise to multiple theories.
Some affirm that the professor was the object of an alleged alien abductionthere are those who theorize that Jacobo was the victim of a crime of passion, while others argue that suffered a CIA kidnappingas Grinberg is said to have been on the verge of concluding a seminal investigation into the human mind, telekinesis, and telepathic communication.
The truth is that a concrete conclusion was not reached, so Mexican police decided to close the investigation several years ago. Given this, his family and friends have had to resign themselves to living on the memory of the scientist and leaving the subject behind.
Few know that the disappeared shamanist was -or is- brother of actor Ari Telchfamous for his performances in the telenovela Woman’s look and in the play D’Mindwho recently spoke on the subject.
“He was my brother, we talked about science, about personal things. I accompanied him to the university since he was a childHe took me to the labs, I learned a lot and he kept my curiosity alive. I also had the pleasure of being in his master’s degrees and talks, so what can I tell you, it was a very beautiful relationship because he was my brother, “said Telch in an interview for collective culture.
The film and theater actor narrated that the police investigation did not get anywhere, so they “shelved it”; however, he was happy that the investigations of his brother, who came to write dozens of books, are valued by the public so many years away and stressed that they were far ahead of their time.
“What seems very important to me is that he has left a legacy. It was so advanced that, unfortunately, until now his books are being talked about after almost 27 years of disappearance, so that at this moment we are talking about a scientist who proposed theories 27 years ago means that he was on the right track. And it would be wonderful if he kept working because he had a lot of research on his mind,” he noted.
“It is wonderful to have been his brother, to have enjoyed it and to have enjoyed it as we enjoyed it”
The ex-husband of Ninel Conde, with whom he procreated the young Sofía Telch, highlighted that He came to talk to his brother about Pachitathe traditional Mexican healer who allegedly alleviated illnesses and he came to perform surgical interventions in a “magical” way with a kitchen knife. The shaman operated in the so-called “House of Witches”, located in the Roma neighborhood of Mexico City.
“Yes, he told me about Pachita many times. I was asking you? Of course she asked him, because they are questions that cause a lot of curiosity. For him it was a great impact when he discovered what the human being is capable of doing and that we do not understand how. In fact, there is still no scientific explanation why a woman can operate with a knife without anesthesia, suturing with energy, transplanting an organ, etc. ”, added the 60-year-old actor.