THOSE SONIC ATTACKS ARE SPREADING, BUT THE REAL QUESTION IS…July 17, 2018
It began with complaints by U.S. Embassy personnel in Cuba, and then it spread to China; they complained of hearing loud noises, sometimes just prior to sleeping, and in some instances the noises were described as "metal grating on metal". One individual in Cuba, you'll recall, complained that he could only hear them on his bed. When he got up and moved, the phenomenon ceased. This, to my mind, was a clear indicator of the use of well-known mind control technologies, the so-called "voice to skull" microwave technologies. In this technology, information - usually brain waves - is modulated on microwaves, and can thus be "heard" by the audio cortex of a target's brain.
But now, according to this article shared by Mr. H.B., those attacks have spread to American personnel around the world:
As the article notes, this technology is actually from the 1970s and the basic idea is even older than that:
All the way back in 1975, the American Psychological Association published a story in which they reported upon their success of beaming voices into somebody's head using microwave technology. Using what they called "voice to skull" or "V2K", this story saved over at Archive reports upon 5 different available electronic harassment technologies.
As Adam Fabio reported back in September of 2017 over at Hackaday, while the most common theory being passed around about the 'sonic attacks' in Cuba and now China is that some kind of LRAD device is being used, those devices are not small and light nor are they clandestine yet as he points out in his story, a less discussed theory is the 'microwave auditory effect'. An excerpt from the Hackaday story.:
One theory I haven’t seen passed around much is the microwave auditory effect. This is a phenomenon where RF energy directed at a human head is converted to sound perceivable by the target. The first paper published about the effect was by Allan H. Frey in 1961. Frey worked at the General Electric advanced electronics center at Cornell University in NY.
As one might have guessed, I have no doubts that these technologies were and are in play in Cuba and China. Nor was America the only country pursuing them, as they were equally being sought by the former Soviet Union, and as the technology itself is relatively easy to engineer, any number of countries with the technological infrastructure could build them. And that last point raises another disturbing possibility, for not only could such technologies be built by almost any country, any corporation with the technological know-how could do so as well. For that matter, even their use by the intelligence "community" would be difficult to prevent, for rogue factions could always do so simply by dint of the compartmentalization of such agencies; all that would be necessary is the authorization, which can easily be obtained in a variety of ways.
So the real question is who is doing this, and why? Initially, when the attacks in Cuba first occurred, I fingered such technologies as the means, but questioned the "blame Cuba" scenario. While Cuba might have obtained such technology from Russia, or even produced it on its own, it had little motivation to use it. After all, why endanger the recent reestablishment of relations? It had nothing to gain by its use. When the attacks spread to China, again, the same scenario holds, even in the atmosphere of increased tensions with China. That country had little to gain from such attacks, and quite a great deal to lose if it could ever be proven it was behind them.
Now, however, with the attacks having spread around the world, we are looking at a very different scenario than isolated attacks in this or that country. We're looking at a global phenomenon, and therefore, at a global network with access to such technology, technology which itself has been dispersed around the world (or, in yet another scenario, perhaps broadcast from space-based platforms.) In either case, this narrows the list of potential culprits considerably. Certain countries, obviously, would have a global reach with their intelligence agencies, and would have access to such technologies. One may think of "the usual list of powers" here. Few of them would have the motivation for doing so however, as the risk is too great.
My suspicion and high octane speculation remains focused on the one type of actor that no one wants to think about: a non-state actor with global reach, and that would have access to the corporations able to construct such equipment. My mind returns to those strange statements made by the Russian economist, Dr. Tatiana Koryagina, in Pravda shortly before 9/11, that the USA would soon be attacked on its own soil, by a small global network of very powerful people, with trillions at their disposal...
... missing money, anyone?
See you on the flip side...