by Hazel Denning, PhD
This regression took place during three days of research on the Mind Mirror at the Brentwood Psychological Center in Los Angeles. Senior therapists regressed each other or volunteers with both therapist and subject attached to Mind Mirror biofeedback monitors. In this regression Dr. Hazel Denning regressed Dr. Chet Snow.
After a brief relaxation and balancing of the chakra centers, Dr. Snow was asked to repeat vigorously a phrase which had been identified previously as disturbing to him: “It is unfair!” This phrase took him back to a scene in 1772 in a French village called Angers. As a budding journalist of 26, he saw his father, an intolerant scientist, being refused church burial, all because of his having spat on a hypocritical priest who had come to give him absolution when he was dying. As a consequence of the spitting incident, not only was the father refused burial in the churchyard, next to his wife, but the whole family was ostracized from the community. He felt that this treatment of his father was totally unfair.
During the following years the young journalist waged a vitriolic attack against the Catholic Church. This attack became so effective that more than a decade later, when a change of government made direct attack on the church possible, he became indirectly responsible, because of his writing, for all the priests being killed. Their bodies were thrown in the river. At that time, he experienced great satisfaction because they did not get properly buried either, but the incident left him feeling deeply guilty and led to a disastrous end.