Before we get to today's blog, I want to thank everyone for your patience during the "blog absence" of the last few days; it was an important time for me and important to have some time off, so thank you again.
Today's blog is about a story that literally flooded my email inbox from so many of you that it would be quite a task to list everyone who sent in versions of the following story. So herewith a hearty and heartfelt "deep thank you" to all of you who did so, because this story is both important, and as one might guess, has my suspicion meter deep into the red zone, and me running right off the end of the high octane speculation twig once again. But first, a little context...
Do you recall those strange reports from the American (and later Canadian) embassies in Havana, Cuba from a few years ago? If you do, you might remember that embassy staff were complaining of hearing odd sounds at night when they were trying to sleep, and experiencing a variety of unexplained "symptoms" including headache, insomnia or, conversely, sudden inexplicable tiredness. One individual recalled hearing sounds at night like metal grating and rasping on metal while lying in bed, only to wake up and presumably move off the bed, when the sounds suddenly stopped. It was later revealed that some of these victims suffered some sort of neuro-physiological disorders. Now I did a number of blogs on this story (see the following: https://gizadeathstar.com/2019/07/the-cuban-embassy-attacks-and-the-victims-brains/ https://gizadeathstar.com/2017/12/cuban-embassy-sonic-attacks-concussion-induction/ https://gizadeathstar.com/2019/01/cue-the-crickets-for-cuban-concussions/ https://gizadeathstar.com/2018/09/usa-those-cuban-sonic-attacks-putin-did-it/ https://gizadeathstar.com/2017/10/cuban-sonic-attacks/ https://gizadeathstar.com/2018/07/those-sonic-attacks-are-spreading-but-the-real-question-is/ https://gizadeathstar.com/2017/09/cuban-sonic-weapon-mystery-just-became-mysterious/ https://gizadeathstar.com/2018/05/those-cuban-sonic-attacks-have-spread-to-china/ https://gizadeathstar.com/2017/10/irs-equifax-hack-cuba-thing/ https://gizadeathstar.com/2017/09/strange-mystery-colorado-veterans-losing-hearing-suddenly/ ) but the bottom line for me was, and is, that the attacks described sound much like the type of mind-manipulation technologies I outlined in my Lulu book Microcosm and Medium.
The question was, and is, who was responsible for it? As I noted in my series of blogs on the topic, similar incidents were reported in China, and it's anyone's guess as to whom may have been responsible. As I always say, "two (or more) can play the covert ops game," and any number of nations (and non-state actors) have access to such technologies.
Well, now there are apparently similar incidents occurring in the Swampington, D.C.; here's two versions of the story (out of the many that people sent me):
US investigating possible directed energy attack near White House that caused mysterious neurological illness
In the first article, we read this:
"According to three sources familiar with the incident, a White House staffer was hit while walking her dog in Arlington, Virginia," GQ reported last October. "Her dog started seizing up. Then she felt it too: a high-pitched ringing in her ears, an intense headache, and a tingling on the side of her face."
The two possible directed energy attacks on U.S. soil appear similar to incidents American personnel experienced in Cuba, China, and Russia. U.S. diplomatic and intelligence personnel first reported suffering from a mysterious illness while stationed in Cuba, which has been named a "Havana syndrome."
What I find intriguing here is not so much the admission of a potential connection to the Cuban embassy attacks, but rather the implications that emerge from the article that the attacks appear to be strongly localized in a small area. This is important because as I outline in my various previous blogs on the phenomenon as it related to Cuba, the attacks were strongly localized: one person experienced symptoms in bed, which ceased when the individual moved out of that region. This suggested to me then, and does again here in this instance, of the use of microwave interferometry to set up beat frequencies in a small region that can entrain or "latch onto" an individual's brain waves. This in turn implies a kind of "portable equipment". If one were dealing with a more powerful system reliant upon interferometry from - for example - cell towers, the effect would presumably be more generalized. A case in point here is that the article goes on to mention the experience of an American experiencing similar things in his Moscow motel room.
The second article is intriguing for the following statements and admissions:
fter it was revealed Thursday that US intelligence is investigating at least two potential "directed energy" sonic attacks on White House personnel - one of which is alleged to have happened just off White House grounds - the US Senate Intelligence Committee weighed in on Friday, saying such mysterious incidents appear to be happening with greater frequency worldwide.
Senators Mark Warner (D) and Marco Rubio (R) agreed that such microwave energy attacks have gone on for "nearly five years" and have targeted "US government personnel in Havana, Cuba and elsewhere around the world." In a joint statement the two ranking members said, "This pattern of attacking our fellow citizens serving our government appears to be increasing. The Senate Intelligence Committee intends to get to the bottom of this," according to Reuters.
It was starting last week that the mysterious incidents returned to national media spotlight after defense officials said they believe Russia is likely behind microwave energy weapon attacks on US troops in northeast Syria. Apparently some US troops occupying the country began reporting"flu-like symptoms" which caused the DoD to investigate possible linkage to microwave or directed energy weapons on the battlefield of Syria. Politico reported that "officials identified Russia as a likely culprit, according to two people with direct knowledge of the matter."
Despite instances of strange symptoms and even head injuries experienced by diplomatic personnel or troops abroad, no "energy weapon" has ever been found or uncovered that's believed to have caused any of these alleged attacks. Most often US personnel report the symptoms enough time after the alleged attack took place for the "plot" and culprit to remain undetected. Naturally this has resulted in immense skepticism and pushback.
One deeply critical response to all the reporting late this week quipped: "Another day, another mostly anonymously sourced story about unidentified assailants supposedly assaulting U.S. government employees around the globe. This time, according to CNN, federal agencies are looking into something closer to home: symptoms suffered by a White House employee in Virginia and National Security Council staffer near the south lawn of the White House."
The commentary in Gizmodo pointed out further that "No hard evidence of any kind for the technology has ever been publicly presented by the US government. Reports citing government officials who suspect Russian intelligence to be involved have largely been anonymous and buoyed primarily by rumors the Russian government may have resumed Soviet-era research into experimental weapons."
There are three take-aways from this: (1) the attacks are serious enough to warrant US Senate Intelligence Committee attention, which means the allegations cannot be so easily dismissed; (2) the alleged global scale of the assault; (3) the allegation that such assaults are mostly on American personnel; and most importantly (4) that there is "no evidence" for such technologies. To this last allegation I say poppycock. There's plenty of evidence for it, as any cursory investigation on the patent literature for such microwave mind-manipulation technology will disclose. Indeed, I detailed a few of them in Microcosm and Medium.
It's with the first three implications that I am concerned with in today's off-the-end-of-the-speculation-twig high octane speculation. In my opinion, no one with an ounce of rationality or reason, or just plain old fashioned common sense, can look at the behavior of the American government in recent years and conclude it's being run by rational adults. The American political class has degenerated into a stew of Gnostic doctrines and processes and a kind of hubris-coupled with an anti-human child-devouring insanity the likes of which we've not seen since ancient Carthage. The word "unhinged" comes to mind, because what we're seeing goes far beyond the grifting dementia of the current occupants of 1600 Pennsylvania; we saw a healthy dose of it with the previous occupants as well. The leadership hesitates before good decisions, unable to make up its mind, rushes to bad decisions, or, in the case of the recent Alaska "summit", behaves without any decorum at all.
So I have to wonder: to what extent is this behaviour and insanity the product of mind manipulation? Recently in her first Quarter Wrapup of this year, Catherine Austin Fitts expressed a similar idea, and frankly, I think it has merit, and here's why: (1) the technologies exist, (2) the reports we're seeing and reading about may not represent the real totals; there may be many more that are going unreported, and that indeed is what I suspect. Something is gripping the leadership of the West in a kind of collective "unhingedness", and I suspect it goes beyond the mere insanity and decay of materialism, corporate "culture", and so on. Some of it, to whatever extent, might be being technologically induced.
As for who is doing it, that's anyone's guess. Russia has had such technologies for a long time, and while I am far from being on the "Russia is behind everything" bandwagon, they certainly have motivation to employ such technologies with Swampington, D.C. beating the war drums (and the war drums themselves might be an effect of the use of technology). The only thing arguing against this hypothesis is that Russia would hardly want to make our leadership class even more nuts than it already is. China? Possibly, but again the same reasons could be advanced against that notion as well.
There's a third alternative, and I hesitate to mention it, but it must be voiced simply for the sake of completeness: there may be other actors - non-state actors, private actors - on the scene. If so, then one clue as to their presence might be if we see the "unhingedness" spreading beyond the West...
... see you on the flip side...