Christine Ford Blasey Published Self-Hypnosis Article Used to Retrieve and 'Create Artificial Situations' in 2008 Mike Vance October 2, 2018 News At this point, Christine Ford Blasey still has not turned over her therapist's notes to the Senate with regards to her suppressed memories about the abuse she allegedly suffered at the hands of Judge Kavanaugh decades earlier. The reason these notes have not been turned over is because any memories revealed through hypnosis would be "absolutely inadmissible" in the court of law in many states, including New York and Maryland. Deeply true. Two most unreliable, but often believed, forms of testimony: 1) confessions; 2) eye witness recollections. https://t.co/72Q2V6SzTm — Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) September 28, 2018 Also, there have been accusations that she was in a hypnotic trance while delivering her testimony. Obviously, we take those accusations with a grain of salt. She was under a hypnotic trance. pic.twitter.com/N0BOrQb2Tl — KenWeaverII (@nostrilmandias) September 30, 2018 And now a 2008 research article by Christine Blasey Ford reveals a study on self-hypnosis. This particular practice was used not only to retrieve important memories and "create artificial situations." BREAKING: This is HUGE (waiting for permission to h/t): One of Christine Ford Blasey's research articles in 2008 included a study in which participants were TAUGHT SELF-HYPNOSIS & noted hypnosis is used to retrieve important memories "AND CREATE ARTIFICAL SITUATIONS." pic.twitter.com/11n1JVnArM — Margot Cleveland (@ProfMJCleveland) October 1, 2018 Lots of strange situations surrounding her accusations.