Andrew G. Hodges, M.D.

 

Publications

 

 

Dr. Hodges’ work has been recognized in the various fields where he has demonstrated the application of the super intelligence. The human mind operating on two levels remains the same from field to field. The super intelligence continually communicates whenever human intelligence operates. Such a breakthrough reveals a paradigm shift in knowledge in multiple fields. A new look at deeper motivation and communication sheds new light on psychotherapy, forensic profiling, politics, success psychology and spirituality.

 

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Acclaim

  • “This new technique of thoughtprint decoding will result in criminal offenders ‘speaking’ through their deeper encoded unconscious messages and revealing their motives and true identities when written or spoken messages are decoded. The application of this new forensic technique will greatly contribute to the law enforcement arsenal of criminal investigation in the future…Hodges’ thoughtprint decoding…is indeed becoming the cutting-edge of forensic science.”      
    Steven A. Egger, Ph.D.Chairman, Department of Criminology - University of Houston—Clear Lake
  • “Dr. Hodges has successfully applied a sound and validated method of decoding the unconscious mind to the world of criminal investigation. This exciting work demands serious consideration.”  
    Mark McKee, Psy.D. Associate Professor of Psychology - Illinois School of Professional Psychology
  • “Dr. Hodges’ super intelligence method signifies a major breakthrough in criminal investigations. I wish I had known about it during the 26 years I was a FBI investigator.”
    Charles Donald ByronSpecial Agent, FBI (retired)
  • "One Of My Favorite Books...Truly A Treasure...An Insightful Masterpiece..."  
    Paul BraoudakisDirector of Communications, Willow Creek Church
  • “Indeed a new type of investigator is on the forensic scene. The discovery of the super intelligence is like the discovery of DNA. Hodges’ profiling method offers us hidden confessions and chilling explanations as to motives when forensic documents or oral interrogations are available.”  
    (the late) Irving Weisberg, Ph.D, psychologist Faculty member, Adelphi University - Garden City, New York
  • "Without a doubt, it is one of the most exciting books I have ever read."
    (the late) Dr. Robert Schuller

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Andrew G. Hodges, M.D.
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Birmingham, AL 35243-0068
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