When the Cuban embassy "sonic attacks" story first appeared, I blogged about it, and pointed out that some of the victims' descriptions of the attacks indicated microwave interferometry weapons. One particular case caught my eye, where an individual complained about hearing an excruciating "metallic grating" sound while on his bed, but the moment he moved from the bed, the sound, and pain, stopped. More recently, in my latest book, Microcosm and Medium, I pointed out that some victims of "voice of God" microwave-to-brain broadcast technology also evidences a similar "region" where the phenomenon is active, and that it ceases once one moves out of that region. I also pointed out in that first blog about the Cuban embassy attacks - and again in the book - that such technologies were being developed both by the former Soviet Union, and by the USA (and, I imagine, just about anyone else with the technology to do so).

Which puts the question of "whodunnit" in the case of Cuba into a problematical situation. As I pointed out in that first blog about this story, Cuba was quickly blamed for the attack, and I observed that it was unlikely that Cuba would have the technology; Russia, yes; Cuba, no. So blaming Cuba was in effect a way of blaming Russia without blaming Russia. I also observed that it was somewhat surprising that Russia was not being blamed for the attacks directly. They are, after all, responsible for everything going wrong in the world (if one believes the lamestream media in this country).

Well, Mr. E.G. shared the following article, and it appears that Russia has finally been fingered as the culprit:

US Identifies Suspect Behind Mysterious Havana Embassy 'Sonic' Attacks

And, if I may, this one is a whopper. The article puts it this way:

To wit, NBC News reported Tuesday morning that the State Department believes Russia is the prime suspect in a series of mysterious attacks using concentrated sound waves or microwaves (the US still isn't certain of the exact nature of the attacks) that seriously injured 26 "diplomats" (many of whom were CIA spies) working at the US embassy in Havana. While State Department insiders have been dropping hints about the identity of the suspect (last week, we noted that some US scientists believe a Soviet-era weapon utilizing concentrated microwaves may have been used in the attack), nobody at the department had been willing to confirm whether Russia, Cuba, China or some other shadowy entity was on the list of suspects.

That is, until now.

The news about the US's suspicions is significant: After simmering beneath the surface for years, the story about the mysterious attacks could soon become front page news as the US could leverage whatever evidence it has to justify imposing further sanctions against Russia - particularly in light of the UK's move to tighten its own Russia-directed sanctions following the conclusion that Russia's GRU sanctioned the chemical weapons attack on former double agent Sergei Skripal (however tenuous the evidence may be).

As NBC reports, the US has intercepted some incriminating SIGINT that suggests the Russians were involved in the attacks. However, these intercepts, while incriminating, are still inconclusive, which seems...strange, considering the black-and-white nature of such blatant attacks.

The suspicion that Russia is likely behind the alleged attacks is backed up by evidence from communications intercepts, known in the spy world as signals intelligence, amassed during a lengthy and ongoing investigation involving the FBI, the CIA and other U.S. agencies. The officials declined to elaborate on the nature of the intelligence.

The evidence is not yet conclusive enough, however, for the U.S. to formally assign blame to Moscow for incidents that started in late 2016 and have continued in 2018, causing a major rupture in U.S.-Cuba relations.

Since the attacks began in late 2016, the US has had little success with its efforts to reverse-engineer the weapon.

Since last year, the U.S. military has been working to reverse-engineer the weapon or weapons used to harm the diplomats, according to Trump administration officials, congressional aides and others briefed on the investigation, including by testing various devices on animals. As part of that effort, the U.S. has turned to the Air Force and its directed energy research program at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico, where the military has giant lasers and advanced laboratories to test high-power electromagnetic weapons, including microwaves.(Italicized emphasis added)

Ok, signals intelligence (SIGINT) has fingered the Russians, specifically, FBI and CIA signals intelligence. Now, if you're like me, that immediately puts my suspicion meter into the red zone, for these agencies are not very high on my "trustworthy list" right now (and they haven't been since the JFK assassination). So what's the game? Well, the end of the article suggests this:

According to NBC, the US hasn't found a way to effectively protect its diplomats spies from these attacks, but at the end of the day, this could be a moot point. Because evidence that Russia is aggressively attacking US personnel could soon become the exact justification that deep state agents inside the Trump administration need to increase diplomatic pressure on Russia (with sanctions or other methods) or even push back harder in Syria.

Now, I don't doubt for a moment that Russia has such technologies. As I said above, I pointed out their existence since the Soviet days. Nor do I doubt that, in the current climate of Russo-American tensions, that they would use it. But there a huge problem with the American position here, and that is the claim that "Since last year, the U.S. military has been working to reverse-engineer the weapon or weapons used to harm the diplomats, according to Trump administration officials, congressional aides and others briefed on the investigation, including by testing various devices on animals." This makes it sound like the USA has only recently come to the conclusion that such capabilities exist, and has only recently been attempting to "reverse-engineer" the technologies because of the presumed Russian attacks on the US Embassy in Cuba.

As I pointed out in Microcosm and Medium, these technologies were under investigation by the USA, in one form or another, since the Second World War, and under the CIA of ne-er-do-well Allen Dulles, a big push was made across the board to develop all manner of mind manipulation technologies and "non-lethal weapons."

In short, the idea that the USA has to reverse engineer the technology behind the attacks is absurd. Utterly absurd.

And this brings me back to my original series of blogs on this story where I pointed out that Russia does have such capabilities. The question is, whether they would use them. At the time I pointed out that using such a thing, in today's atmosphere, would simply be an excuse for the USA to ratchet up more sanctions and political pressures, and that therefore the risk of doing so was out of proportion to anything that might be gained by Russia from their use. But at the time I also pointed out that the existence of such capabilities in the US arsenal makes it possible that one might be dealing with a "false flag" of some sort. That was the conclusion I came to when this story first appeared, and given the article's own mention of the possibility of using the event to create even more diplomatic pressure, it appears that Zero Hedge, reading between the lines a bit, might be entertaining the speculation too.

See you on the flip side...




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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Maatkare3114 on September 17, 2018 at 5:29 am

    In 2000 the U.S. Navy offered ATC’s Woody Norris $25,000 to help create a weapons-grade audio device. At the time, Norris was working on his Hyper Sonic Sound (HSS) technology, which uses highly focused ultrasonic waves to “throw” sound to a specific location, including focusing beams of sound which directs music, speech or any ‘sound’ to a single person in a crowd.
    The Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program ( see website) and the Army’s Research Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) Armament, Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) have been collaborating on a next generation Active Denial System using Hypersonic Sound.

    Considering the US Government have a record of ‘testing technology’ on their own citizens, maybe the USA Active Denial Programme has been well and truley updated.

    • goshawks on September 17, 2018 at 7:05 am

      MK: “…which uses highly focused ultrasonic waves to ‘throw’ sound to a specific location, including focusing beams of sound which directs music, speech or any ‘sound’ to a single person in a crowd.”
      We have also been ‘conditioned’ to keep tracking devices on us, for easy focusing of beams. The average person keeps their cellphone/smartphone on their person or within quick reach. Identify the phone, cross the beams. Easy…

      • Maatkare3114 on September 17, 2018 at 10:10 am

        I agree, the majority of people are easily tracked today be it for ‘behavioural’ studies, advertising or ‘other’ activities.

  2. Pandora Francon on September 16, 2018 at 3:16 pm

    I… I really don’t understand. The evidence for Russia’s moves against the US is overwhelming. You believe in so many conspiracies, why not in one that definitely, indisputably exists?

    • Don B on September 17, 2018 at 8:35 am

      Amen Francon. I don’t understand the love people have for Putin’s Russia.

  3. Anthroposophe on September 15, 2018 at 2:54 pm

    This article by NSA whistleblower/targeted person Karen Melton Stewart is apropos:

    I also noticed that the original NBC story was published on September 11.

  4. David on September 15, 2018 at 12:56 am

    Two things to share :

    1 – I came across an article about a father that upgraded their home router to one of those multi-antenna AC protocol models. Using an EMF detector, he found that the router had targeted where his child’s head would be when he is sitting, playing games for hours. A sweet spot of microwave energy aimed right at the kid’s brain! Not the Xbox.
    Search the term “Beamforming”.

    2 – The American embassy in Russia issue from the 70’s … according to Eric P Dollard, was a technology to LISTEN IN on conversations within the embassy walls. NOT to attack their health. (I could not find the exact spot in this video again. Sorry.)

  5. marcos toledo on September 14, 2018 at 6:41 pm

    Yes, Allen Dulles who used his own son as a lab rat after he injured in combat. And they have the gall to point to the Cubans and Russians.

  6. redsunfex on September 14, 2018 at 5:58 pm

    I can’t believe you are trying to base any sort of analysis, or even conjecture, on FAKE NEWS reports. I’m fairly certain the State Department believes NO such thing.

    Shame on you Joseph. You should know better by now.

  7. goshawks on September 14, 2018 at 4:29 pm

    I remember a scene from the Robert Downey Jr movie, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011). In it, Holmes’ lover, Adler, was summoned by Moriarty to explain her ‘switching sides’. Adler knew she was in danger, so arranged to meet at a large public restaurant. After they were seated, Moriarty ‘dismissed’ all the restaurant staff and customers. It was a huge-scale deception! (And Adler was killed.)

    Since reading Miles Mathis’ work, I have begun to entertain the possibility of huge-scale deceptions. It is an interesting quagmire between paranoia and probabilities. Within Joseph’s article, it applies to how deep the ‘rot’ goes. Most people believe the agen, err embassy employees, testimonies. Most people believe the agen, err doctors, test results. Most people believe the agen, err State Dept employees, when reporting those results. And most people believe the agen, err White House occupants, reporting the overall situation. (And higher…)

    So, how far does “Moriarty” reach in our world ?

    • Robert Barricklow on September 14, 2018 at 6:49 pm

      Ever since the enclosure of the commons
      to ensure a controlled capitalist workforce
      under rule of a law/property and
      a collusion of private power/state apparatuses.

  8. justawhoaman on September 14, 2018 at 1:01 pm

    Why would anyone in their right mind work for these thugs? They attack, even murder, their own in order to start an illegal war……………….

    Never mind.

    • Janu on September 14, 2018 at 4:37 pm

      That’s the thing that really gets me, the credulity of the idiot masses. They believe everything the MSM propaganda machine tells them. There is no end to the stupidity of the masses. Especially the drooling Merikan masses, dur, hur.
      Putin bad, CIA good, sticks fork in eye while trying to eat.

  9. Robert Barricklow on September 14, 2018 at 11:24 am

    The Murderous Clowns of Circus Media are at it again?
    Anybody really believing their Big-Tent Clown-Acts?

    • Robert Barricklow on September 14, 2018 at 11:26 am

      That’s Entertainment?

  10. Beckysue on September 14, 2018 at 10:06 am

    First rule: don’t believe what the legacy (formerly MSM) media says.

  11. basta on September 14, 2018 at 5:42 am

    Yes indeedy, the US spooks playing dumb and pretending they had never even heard of the idea of weaponizing microwaves is quite the whopper. You can go back to the Moscow embassy attacks in the early 70s to disprove that lie.

    Also, I always like to point out in this context that the push for weaponization/surveillance uses of microwaves at that time coincided with the push to ban lead paint “for the children” (rolls eyes). Directed microwaves can literally “see” through walls, but if those walls are painted with lead-based paint then a Faraday cage is created which blocks the tech from working.

    So, what to do? Ban lead and push latex paint, cheaper and far less durable (win-win for paint manufacturers, too, who were happy to go along) and save all those impoverished little ones from eating paint chips all day like Fritos.


    • WalkingDead on September 14, 2018 at 7:07 pm

      Maybe there was a reason all those antediluvian structures were built with piezoelectrical properties. Maybe they didn’t want “others” peeking through their walls for industrial espionage purposes or damaging/programming them (think God speaking to you) through microwave weaponry.
      The entire nation, if not most of the developed world, is now inundated with cell phone/GWEN towers for, I’m willing to bet, a multitude of purposes few of which have anything to do with communication for the masses; and the amount of power supplied to these structures is far in excess of what is required for cell phone usage. They are essentially enormous phased arrays.

      • goshawks on September 14, 2018 at 11:29 pm

        WD: “They are essentially enormous phased arrays.” Yes, indeedy! We may be looking at HAARP being redesigned into the strengths of the Internet: massive redundancy and distribution, rendering it much harder to ‘take out’. Also, back when the F-22 was getting its phased array radar, there was much chatter around what Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars could do. Then, it stopped and hasn’t publicly been back. Verbotten?

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