REMOTE VIEWERS TO ACTION STATIONS: HAVANA SYNDROME AGAIN… IN ...
If you've been following the "Havana Syndrome" story you'll want to file this one, because according to this New York Post article shared by B.W., it's now occurring in Germany. But why file this one? Well, it's full of the usual reportage about these events, and confirms the overall pattern. But there's something else that caught my eye, a couple of new details:
Firstly, note the occurrence of the same pattern that has been reported, beginning in Havana, Cuba in 2016, and spreading elsewhere:
US officials stationed in Germany developed symptoms of the Havana Syndrome, a mysterious ailment linked to suspected radiation attacks that have stricken hundreds of American spies and diplomats around the world.
At least two US officials were treated after developing nausea, severe headaches, ear pain, fatigue, insomnia and sluggishness, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The cases were among the first reported in a NATO country that is home to US troops and weapons. Diplomats said US officials suffered similar ailments in other European nations, according to the report.
At least one other Havana Syndrome case was reported among US officials based in Berlin last month, according to NBC News.
(One) patient told the paper he experienced piercing ear pain, high-pitched electronic noise and pressure in the ears before being afflicted with other symptoms.
This is exactly the pattern exhibited in other occurrences of "Havana Syndrome": sudden piercing sounds, seemingly coming from nowhere, ear pain, headaches, nausea. It may be recalled that people who experienced the assault in the US embassy in Havana complained of loud, "metal-on-metal" grating noises, usually confined to a specific area, such as their bed. Once they left the area, the phenomenon stopped. This fact suggested to me that the phenomenon was produced by multi-beam mixing, and that once one moved out of the area of interferometry, the phenomenon would either stop or at least be significantly attenuated.
But that's not what caught my eye here.
In this article, there are two new details which, I suspect, have entered the story, and that perhaps are coming from the intelligence world. Here's the first detail:
The attacks have also occurred in China, Russia and Austria, and have long been suspected to be connected to Russia. Many victims were intelligence officers or emissaries working on Russian-related issues.
Now, in the current blame-Russia-for-everything atmosphere, it's not surprising that there would be a Russian connection here. Indeed, it cannot be discounted, because a passing familiarity with mind manipulation technologies and multiwave beam mixing technologies will show that the Russians during the Soviet era perfected a number of such devices. Moreover, there is a very strong case that they used them, and that they used them on Americans particularly, especially embassy personnel. This revelation not only makes the most recent incident of the Havana Syndrome "fit the pattern" but now extends that pattern back into history to the 1970s. And just because Russia is no longer Soviet does not mean it's above such activity. We'll get back to that point.
The second new detail, however, is even more interesting, especially when viewed from my tendency to crawl right to the end of the overloaded high octane speculation twig (and sometimes off of it altogether). That detail is this:
A CIA task force headed by an official who was involved in the search for Osama Bin Laden is currently probing the cause of the hard-to-diagnose symptoms, which have reportedly afflicted as many as 200 Americans.
This is where it gets interesting, because a "CIA task force headed by an official who was involved in the search for Osama Bin Laden" strongly suggests that the task force is composed of remote viewers, because they were actively involved in that search for Bin Laden. If that high octane speculation be true, then that highlights the second half of that very revealing sentence, that this task force is "currently probing the cause...of the symptoms." Now I don't doubt for a moment that that's all they're looking for. They're probably also looking for some sort of confirmation (or denial) that the Russians really are behind these attacks. In other words, they're looking for whose behind them and if possible what the objective(s) is or are. But again, what intrigues me here is that they're looking for the actual cause of the symptoms. Given that the basic technique of beam-mixing and modulation are well established in the literature of mind control technologies, one wonders why a remote viewing task force would be tasked with determining the cause of the symptoms; after all, the pattern thus far - and as far as we've been told - fits the use of such technology quite well.
So again, why task a remote viewing task force to "probe the cause"? One answer might be that there is information or details from the victims of Havana Syndrome that has not been publicly revealed, a detail which might challenge my more "nuts-and-bolts" view of the cause, and locate it somewhere else. What might it be? One possibility is that they may suspect these attacks - while mimicking the effects of nuts-and-bolts technology - are the result of remote influencing attacks, rather than technological ones. Indeed, if there is a pattern of the victims being associated with Russian affairs, it would seem to increase the difficulty of targeting them by a nuts-and-bolts technology, especially one based on interferometry, since that would require knowing their locations. (In this regard, it is also significant that many of the original attacks occured at night, when the victim was conveniently located asleep in bed.) A remote influencing attack might be able only to "locate" such targets much more efficiently. In other words, we might be looking at a full-scale "psy-war" of some sort.
Which brings us, once again, to the Russians, for they were deeply involved in all manner of classified paranormal research during the Soviet era, and it simply stretches credulity to believe they suddenly stopped. However, virtually every other major power has been involved in such research as well. Communist China most certainly is, the United States obviously was or we wouldn't even know about things like remote viewing. So, as of now, other than an odd coincidence of its victims having something to do with Russian affairs, there's little real evidence to confirm that Russia is behind these attacks. It could equally be someone else, attempting to ratchet up tensions between the USA and Russia, someone else either with access to the nuts-and-bolts technology, the more eosteric technologies of remote viewing and influencing, or both.
So I don't know about you, but for me, this story continues to be one to watch...
See you on the flip side...
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