Based on ground-breaking work on the unconscious mind’s ability to observe and communicate forensic psychiatrist Dr. Andrew G. Hodges has developed a method of profiling and examining forensic documents and oral communications. This method is known as thoughtprint decoding. This discovery reveals that the unconscious mind possesses a brilliant deeper intelligence vastly superior to our conscious mind’s ability to observe and communicate.
Dutch investigative reporter Peter de Vries intends to reveal via Dutch television station SBS 6 on Feb. 3 Joran van der Sloot’s supposed new confession apparently made while he was secretly caught on tape by a de Vries associate working under cover. On his Web site, de Vries claims, “Case Natalee Holloway—Solved.” Not so fast.
Now let’s consider de Vries’ so-called revelation. Supposedly, a
“new friend” of Joran’s was secretly a plant who used a wire and a secret
camera to eventually capture Joran on tape admitting his involvement in
Natalee’s death. Joran told this man that while having sex with Natalee on the
beach—completely voluntary on her part—that suddenly she suffered a cardiac
arrest and died. Joran also reportedly said that Natalee had used drugs that
night and implied the cardiac arrest occurred due to the drugs. At that point,
he swims the body out into the ocean at a particular place and releases her,
knowing that she will either wash up or be taken out to sea and be devoured by
Don’t believe for a minute that Joran is telling us the whole
truth. He has previously confessed to various parts of the same story, always
gradually giving up bits and pieces of the story on the surface. For example,
he first reported sexual contact with Natalee in the backseat of Deepak’s Honda
which he later changed to consensual sexual contact with her on the beach but
no intercourse. He said he left her alone on the beach. Now he has progressed
to saying he had intercourse with her and she died.
We know that in “confessions” to friends, family and fellow
inmates, criminals routinely tell only part of the truth. Notice particularly
how this new “confession” continues to favor Joran—the sex was voluntary and
Natalee basically died as a result of her own decision to use drugs. Above all,
he remains as innocent and lily-white as the driven snow—except of course for
his decision to dispose of the body. We can remain sure of one clear fact—Joran
is basically an inveterate liar, except that his deeper mind is indeed telling
us the secret truth. Joran again confirms the same story that all three
suspects have repeatedly told between the lines.
Now we glean the truth again by decoding Joran’s new confession.
1—Clearly he confirms that Natalee died during sexual
intercourse. This matches my thoughtprint profile of Deepak’s
2—Joran confirms that Natalee died suddenly and fell unconscious
due to a cardiac event. This indeed matches how Natalee suddenly died after
aspirating and choking during the rape while accidentally being prevented from vomiting.
Indeed Natalee suddenly quit breathing and her heart suddenly stopped beating
as a result.
3—Joran confirms that drugs contributed to Natalee’s death. This
matches the truth of the matter in that alcohol (which of course is a drug) and
likely Ecstasy slipped into her drink contributed to her nausea which was
exacerbated by the emotional trauma of the rape (vomiting is actually a rather common
event during rapes). Joran and his pals had routinely utilized alcohol and
drugs to get girls to go along with their late-night plans.
4—Joran confirms that they indeed disposed of her body in the
ocean after transporting her some distance out. Certainly the thoughtprint
profile (revealed in my book, “Into The Deep”) confirms that the suspects sailed
the corpse out into the ocean by boat whereupon they dumped it.
5—Joran confirms that the body is not far out into the ocean.
This matches the thoughtprint profile where Deepak makes plain that Natalee’s
body is discoverable.
6—Joran confirms that the take-off point from which the suspects
launched the boat with Natalee’s dead body aboard was almost certainly
Fisherman’s Huts (see below). This is confirmed by his admission that he was on
the beach with Natalee when she died. (Already he has depicted himself with
Natalee on the beach near Fisherman’s Huts and may do so again in the de Vries
tapes.) In his tape-recorded confession Joran likely will try to describe a different
take-off point into the ocean with Natalee’s body, but we must revisit my
profile which reveals that Fisherman’s Huts was indeed the point of departure.
(This is particularly important since Deepak communicated that once into the
ocean the boat went straight out before dumping the body. See my January 13, 2008 post.)
7—Joran’s idea that Natalee’s body may have been consumed by
ocean predators match perfectly the thoughtprint profile where both Joran and
Deepak admit that they were “sharks,” sexual and aggressive predators who destroyed
8—Joran confirms that there are still two possibilities as
regards Natalee’s body—either it will be discovered or continue to remain in
the ocean. Clearly all three suspects, particularly Deepak, have unconsciously
encouraged the ocean search for Natalee’s body, strongly suggesting it’s
9—In summary, Joran confirms the identical story which all three
suspects have told all along between the lines.
We must consider certain other facts in Joran’s new confession.
Once again he is attempting to spin a cover-up story amidst his pressure to
confess. Clearly his conscience is driving him to partially confess, a process
from which he obtains some relief. He continues to show that he simply cannot
live with the consuming guilt that is eating him up. Note again that his taped
confession basically lets him off the hook.
Also he continues to spin the only plausible theory which can be accepted by followers of the case—that he acted alone and had sexual contact with a cooperative and willing Natalee. No one would believe that the three suspects were all with Natalee until the end without immediately being highly suspicious of a group sexual assault. Certainly no one would believe that Natalee willingly participated in group sex.
The Concern over Taking Joran’s Confession Literally
If they completely buy Joran’s new confession, the authorities
will remain puzzled as to what truly happened to Natalee Holloway. The danger
of course will be they come to believe him in toto and thus dismiss the
evidence that the Kalpoes, Paulus van der Sloot and the Gottenbos boys were all
involved in the crime or its cover-up.
Additionally, the ocean search team can similarly be misled about
the body’s location. The searchers could swing to the opposite extreme and
ignore his valuable communication which reinforces that they are indeed on the
right path. If all concerned see the matching consistent ideas/thoughtprints,
however, the authorities can resolve their confusion. (Unfortunately I have
little hope that police and prosecutors will embrace this approach, except for
a certain member of the prosecutor’s staff who sent the FBI to authenticate my
profile in order to use it in their legal system). Most importantly, John
Silvetti’s ocean search team should be encouraged when they understand Joran is
providing them the identical specific instructions that Deepak Kalpoe did.
Joran’s Reaction to His Confession
After being confronted about the news of de Vries’ secret tapes,
Joran made some very revealing comments. As I expected, he claimed he’d been
lying when he made the comments to the undercover man. He was quoted by a
reputable Dutch television show, “It is true I told someone. Everybody will see
it Sunday. That is what he wanted to hear, so I told him what he wanted to
hear.” Decoding Joran’s comments, we find this message amidst his denial: “it
is true.” Denial is often a classic way of presenting the hidden truth. His repetition
of the phrase about telling “what he wanted to hear” suggests Joran’s own hidden
need to tell the truth, his own deep need to hear himself say that he did it.
Certainly we can see the pressure building in him to confess in recent weeks.
Finally, Joran said, “It is stupid, it is so stupid, it is really
stupid.” He cannot get over how stupidly he has behaved—first in leading the
assault on Natalee, and now how he has “stupidly” confessed. But his deeper
intelligence, his conscience which must speak, certainly specializes in “stupid
confessions” which inadvertently contain the unadulterated truth.
Stay tuned for more details after Joran's full "confession" is revealed in its entirety.