There is plenty of readily available information on Microwave and ELF sonic weapons and experiments. The Russian Woodpecker, the Utah State Prison experiments, MK-Ultra and other accoustic and ultrasonic inventions. What gets missed is the combination of these technologies and the coming 5G Mesh "net" and devices to create a total surveillance grid, GPS targeting, SATCOM and interfacing with your personal cellular and WiFi devices. All cabable of RF and audio receiving and transmitting.
Add to this the extensive work on the Monarch Project which they would have you believe ended the MK-Ultra program back in 1976 after the Church Committee Hearings. Are we so stupid as to believe these programs did not move to the Technocracy private sector and/or off the USA plane and to some US controlled territory or Military Vessel? Martime Law and Sea (see) Treaties were perfect for a USA Inc. War Flag executive order. The CIA specialty.
So how stupid do they think we are? What no anwer? I am hearing Crickets.....We better turn on our iPhone tune app to drown out the crickets. But lets not forget that crickets are included in the insect species that are disappearing along with the Bees and Butterflies. If you are excited about new 5G fun and games, you may consider yourself a victim of mind control.
All the issues the Cuban Embassy victims experienced are those being experienced by citizens of Anytown USA. The CLIMATE CHANGE is not just their weather manipulation but the climate change to a new world executive order. If you missed Trump pushing the 21 agenda regarding Socialism and standing behind the people of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba, we should expect that the weapons of war are well in the hands of the Techno Deep State and that the new Cold War is one of many frequencies to meet their goals and deadlines. This will ultimately peak when we see Project Bluebeam and the greatest of all mind control delusions and grandest of all deceptions.
In late 2016, dozens of staffers at the U.S. Embassy in Cuba fell sick after reportedly hearing mysterious noises in their hotels or homes. Afterward, they reported severe physical symptoms, including vertigo, headaches, ear pain and even cognitive difficulties and hearing loss.
Researchers obtained a recording of the sounds captured by embassy workers in Cuba, and analysis of the acoustic signal revealed striking similarities to insect calls. Further investigation identified the sounds as the call of the Indies short-tailed cricket (Anurogryllus celerinictus).
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“Mysterious” Cuban U.S. Embassy weapon: It Wasn’t CricketsThere seems to be no limit to how weird the investigation into the mysterious illnesses suffered by U.S. and Canadian diplomats and their families in Cuba can become, and how limited in scope the report resulting from the investigation turned out to be.
As you may remember, late in 2016 diplomats headquartered at the U.S. embassy in Havana began reporting health effects including cognitive impairment, hearing loss, tinnitus, strange sounds, headaches, insomnia, blurred vison, balance and speech problems, and even nosebleeds. Some of these people continue to experience what may be life-long effects. The events occurred not just in the embassy but in hotel rooms and homes, as well. Somewhat later, 14 “employees, spouses and dependents” who were either stationed at or visited the Canadian embassy began to experience similar problems, and last month Canada reduced its staff by half.
In an attempt to solve the mystery, a team of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania performed a preliminary evaluation of 21 people identified by the State Department as having been exposed. No firm conclusions as to the source were determined. And just a few weeks ago, biologist Alexander Stubbs from the University of California, Berkeley, after hearing a recording made available by the Associated Press of what some embassy workers heard, came to another conclusion: bugs.
Yes, bugs. Stubbs and colleague Fernando Montealegre-Z, an expert on entomological acoustics, searched a database of insert recordings and found that the Indies short-tailed cricket makes a sound almost identical to what is on the recording. Both the recording and the offending sounds were emitted at 7 kHz with a repetition rate of 180 pulses per second, lowering in pitch as they decrease in amplitude. However, the cricket sounds, and the AP recording didn’t entirely match, as the pulses in the recording were more erratic. Stubbs chalks that up to echoing from surfaces in an indoor space. So, he played the sounds indoors and they matched perfectly. Case solved, right?
Nope. This and the other theories have been cast aside and microwave energy is now considered the most likely source (even the U Penn study’s lead author has become a believer), which would have been my first conclusion and I suspect that of many readers of this column.
The U Penn researchers concentrated on sonic or ultrasonic sources, as many of the reported symptoms were related to hearing, and even viral infections, and “contagious anxiety”. There is no mention in the report of RF and microwave energy, and it was never even considered. Second, this is hardly the first time microwave energy has been used by another country for nefarious purposes --the Russians have been using it for many years
In 1976 it caused a major incident when the U.S. complained that the Russians had been irradiating the U.S. Embassy in Moscow at between 2.5 and 4 GHz since 1953, causing health effects. In addition to Cuba, the Russians are apparently still at it, as a USAID offer reported health effects in Uzbekistan in 2017.
Although microwave radiation will cause damage to tissues, and especially the eyes, when exposed to high-levels of non-ionizing (i.e., microwave) radiation, the cause this time is presumably the microwave auditory effect, also called the “Frey Effect”, which causes the perception of audible clicks or even speech induced by pulsed or modulated RF, and at higher levels significant health effects. It was first reported by people working near radars during World War II and first reported publicly in 1961 by American neuroscientist Allan H. Frey. It causes similar or possibly identical effects as those reported in Cuba, Russia, and China.
So, what’s to make of this? A cynical person might suggest that the Department of Defense, which is well aware of the Frey Effect and may also use it, might be tight-lipped. However, from a microwave technology perspective, the fact that microwave energy was never considered by the researchers who according to Smith were “very skeptical at first” when finally concluding the microwave energy was the prime suspect, is sad indeed. A little historical background goes a long way. As George Santayana famously noted: “Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”