Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement

Currently law enforcement partially recognizes the unconscious mind’s abilities in their familiar efforts to hypnotize witnesses to obtain additional information. But the deeper intelligence is far beyond hypnosis—and specifically communicates its secret observations in its own unique thoughtprint language. Law enforcement also recognizes that serial killers unconsciously communicate symbolically when they stage a crime scene. (For example, a blanket found over a deceased victim’s body suggests the perpetrator was unconsciously protective and emotionally involved with victim. “Blanket” means caring.) This is the killer’s deeper intelligence in action ADD symbolically. The next step for law enforcement will be to understand the verbal symbolic language—thoughtprint language—perpetrators use unconsciously.

Dr. Andrew G. Hodges
A noted forensic profiler, Hodges developed his “thoughtprint decoding” technique by uniquely accessing unconscious super intelligence messages of suspects during criminal investigations. He bases his analyses on forensic documents—verbatim testimony, transcripts of police interrogations, letters and emails created by the suspects.