Prof Blasey-Ford’s Study into False Memory Creation, Mind Control
Written by John O'Sullivan
Christine Blasey-Ford, ‘sex assault victim’ of Judge Brett Kavanaugh gave powerfully emotional testimony to the US Senate, and now implicated in perjury. Ford has just been exposed as a published expert in how to use hypnosis to create false memories and mind control.
New revelations show that in 2008 Blasey-Ford, a professor of psychology at Palo Alto University in California, co-authored a respected scientific study on self-hypnosis and how to create false memories.
In addition, Christine Blasey Ford is said to currently head up the CIA Undergraduate Internship Program.
None of this information was thought important enough to disclose to the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.
She is today reported to have refused a new FBI request to disclose her therapy notes, which she referred to in the nearly nine-hour hearing had the nation transfixed.
“Brett groped me and tried to take off my clothes. He had a hard time because he was so drunk,” Ford told senators in her opening statement.
“I believed he was going to rape me. I tried to yell for help. When I did, Brett put his hand over my mouth to stop me from screaming. This was what terrified me the most,” she said.
But these allegations have been turned on their head in a bizarre twist to one of America’s worst political scandals, after a fresh FBI investigation was ordered last Friday (September 28, 2018).
Did Professor Ford Use False Memory Mind Control Trickery?
What is now not in any doubt is that Professor Blasey-Ford has extensive professional knowledge of how to create false memories under hypnosis and use them to advantage.
Blasey-Ford has extensive academic experience in the study of clinical application of self-hypnosis for the purpose of altering personal memories. This may explain her professional ties to the CIA, as detailed here.
She co-authored ‘Meditation with yoga, group therapy with hypnosis, and psychoeducation for long‐term depressed mood: a randomized pilot trial‘, published (May 05 2008) in the Journal of Clinical Psychology. It is one of her 50 co-authored scientific publications.
The shocking revelation was made on Twitter by Professor Margot Cleveland, a lawyer and a member of the Illinois State Bar, the Northern District of Illinois Bar, and the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
It is well understood by clinicians that anyone who is subject to hypnosis can suffer false memories. The New York Times ran a story ‘Hypnosis May Cause False Memories‘ (September 10, 1997) explaining the science:
Dr Ford collaborated with fellow academic researchers on what is described as a:
“…randomized pilot study investigated the effects of meditation with yoga (and psychoeducation) versus group therapy with hypnosis (and psychoeducation) versus psychoeducation alone on diagnostic status and symptom levels among 46 individuals with long‐term depressive disorders.”
Since publishing that study Ford began teaching in consortium with Stanford University. Prior to that, an archive of her LinkedIn reveals that she has been a visiting professor at Pepperdine University, a research psychologist for Stanford University’s Department of Psychiatry, and a professor at the Stanford School Of Medicine Collaborative Clinical Psychology Program.
Dangers of “Recovered Memory Therapy”
Recovered Memory Therapy is a controversial and as yet poorly understood field of applied psychology.
Hypnotherapists, psychiatrists, psychologists and academics working in this field are well aware of the risks involved in participating in, or administering, Recovered Memory Therapy because of the danger of False Memory Syndrome.
Therapists often work with individuals who remembered that they were sexually abused and are working in the here and now to overcome any problems initiated by that abuse.
It is not yet clear whether Professor Ford experimented herself using this mind-altering technique, but she is beyond doubt highly knowledgeable.
For several years “Recovered Memory Therapy” was in fashion among professional therapists. Hypnosis and other counseling techniques are applied to patients/volunteers to discover past history that might contribute to an existing mental problem – the belief being its use may precipitate a better quality of life.
Elizabeth Hartney, PhD writes:
“Some who’ve been abused actually forget about the abuse for years—or even decades—only to remember it later in adulthood, sometimes during therapy.”
However, it possible to create false memories.
But today, there is increasing concern that very process of hypnosis may have an unintended memory-altering/creation affect.
This issue became more widely known partly because of the accusations of abuse made by Dylan Farrow against Woody Allen (above). This is explained in ‘It’s Shockingly Easy to Create False Memories’ (02.09.14).
Body language experts and other observers noted Dr Ford’s childlike voice and demeanor displayed in her testimony to Congress last Thursday could certainly be a clue of a deep mental disorder.
Since last week’s hearing researchers have engaged in lively discussion, many of the most intriguing have appeared on 8chan and voat where there is a rapidly rising following of the ‘QAnon’ phenomenon.
A ‘breadcrumb’ dropped today on QMAP (supposedly from US military intelligence) points to a political conspiracy:
Dr Ford has proven, long-standing CIA connections (her father and grandfather worked for the CIA, as does Ford today). We can only speculate (albeit tenuously at this stage) that her research work in psychology has connections with the controversial MKUltra mind control experiments.
A youtube video by Bombards Body Language provides a revealing evaluation of Christine Blasey Ford’s many ‘tells’ that suggest deceitfulness and lying.
Of particular note on page 5 of the Memorandum of Prosecutor Rachel Mitchell, who conducted the televised interview of Kavanaugh and Blasey-Ford, was that:
“It is significant that she used the word “contributed” when she described the psychological impact of the incident to the Washington Post. Use of the word“contributed” rather than “caused” suggests that other life events may have contributed to her symptoms. [emphasis added] And when questioned on that point, said that she could think of “nothing as striking as” the alleged assault.” (page 5, Mitchell Memo, Sept 30, 2018).
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