Scientist says Havana Syndrome is caused by guns firing intense radio waves
A top scientist who dealt directly with victims of Havana Syndrome has slammed the government finding that the condition was not caused by foreign adversities as ‘bulls**t.
The scientist – and their patients – remain convinced that the mysterious condition was caused by directed energy weapons: guns firing intense ultrasound, radio or microwaves.
Around 1,500 personnel at US embassies around the world were inflicted with strange headaches, dizziness, ringing sounds and even brain damage – dubbed Havana Syndrome after the Cuban embassy where the first case was detected in 2016.
‘There’s no environmental cause that causes the body damage that I saw,’ said the source, speaking on the condition of anonymity because revealing their identity could unmask their patients, whom they are required to keep secret.
‘And I don’t know how you create damage inside of a body, like what was seen, that comes on all of a sudden, and could be called pre-existing conditions.
A study by seven intelligence agencies concluded Havana Symptom was ‘probably the result of factors that did not involve a foreign adversary’
In a statement last week, Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines said the ‘symptoms reported by US personnel were probably the result of factors that did not involve a foreign adversary, such as preexisting conditions, conventional illnesses, and environmental factors’
The mysterious aliment is named for the US embassy in Havana where the first cases were reported in 2016, and hundreds of people have since reported symptoms
Earlier this month, a study by seven intelligence agencies concluded the symptoms were ‘probably the result of factors that did not involve a foreign adversary, such as preexisting conditions, conventional illnesses, and environmental factors’.
But a top PhD who played a central role in the initial investigation of hundreds of embassy officials, told DailyMail.com that both they and their patients are convinced the mysterious condition was caused deliberately.
‘A directed energy weapon is just focusing of electromagnetic energies,’ they added. ‘They’ve been around since the 80s.
‘We know that the Soviets had sonic weapons. Anyone in the intelligence community will tell you the US has had these kinds of energy weapons for a while.’
The PhD expert worked with the US intelligence community, analyzing body scans of several Havana Syndrome patients and studied data on scores more.
They told DailyMail.com that both they, their scientific colleagues who worked on those cases, and the victims themselves, are furious at the government’s explanation.
‘A lot of the people I’ve spoken to, some of whom have been the target of this stuff, just throw up their hands in disgust,’ one scientist said.
‘Everybody just rolls their eyes and says bulls**t.’
Experts honed in on energy weapons as a potential explanation for Havana Syndrome early on – especially after a second wave of incidents occurred in China in 2018.
According to a paper by the German Foundation for Peace Research, ‘in April 2007 an airman in an ADS test got an overdose and received second-degree burns on both legs that needed to be treated in a hospital for two days’
In December 2020 the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine published a report saying that ‘directed, pulsed radio frequency energy appears to be the most plausible mechanism in explaining these cases.’
‘Havana Syndrome’ started in the US embassy in Cuba and causes memory and hearing loss
The problem has been labeled the ‘Havana Syndrome,’ because the first cases affected personnel in 2016 at the U.S. Embassy in Cuba.
At least 200 cases across the government are now under investigation.
People who are believed to have been affected have reported headaches, dizziness and symptoms consistent with concussions, with some requiring months of medical treatment. Some have reported hearing a loud noise before the sudden onset of symptoms.
Countries it has been reported in include Cuba, United States, China, Russia, Vietnam, Austria, Germany, Serbia, United Kingdom, Georgia, Poland, Taiwan, Australia, Colombia, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan
One August 2021 incident in Hanoi, Vietnam, even caused Vice President Kamala Harris to delay her trip there.
A February 2022 report by a panel of independent experts, published by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) said a foreign power could have used ‘pulsed electromagnetic energy’ against US personnel, and that the theory ‘plausibly explains’ many of the victims’ symptoms.
But the claim has now been denied by several US intelligence agencies – including the ODNI itself, which says it was ruled out in an extensive two-year investigation of about 1,000 ‘anomalous health incidents’.
In a statement, Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines said the ‘symptoms reported by US personnel were probably the result of factors that did not involve a foreign adversary, such as preexisting conditions, conventional illnesses, and environmental factors.’
She added that ‘the evidence points away from a foreign adversary, causal mechanism, or unique syndrome.’
Intelligence officials told the Washington Post that they found no pattern or common set of conditions that could link individual cases.
Officials told the Post that forensics and geolocation data did not point to directed energy ultrasonic or radio waves, and that in some cases there was no ‘direct line of sight’ to the victim, making the case difficult to explain with an energy weapon attack.
But the expert who studied patients told DailyMail.com that the differences between cases was to be expected, and there was a core of patients within the larger group whose cases could be explained by nothing other than directed energy.
‘It’s just rubbish. It implies it’s a single disease vector. It’s not a single disease vector. It’s probably multiple different players all using some kind of similar technology,’ the top PhD said.
‘There’s a wide range of energy weapons. That’s why it’s called a syndrome. And in fact, they are quite consistent.
‘What do you say to the people who have huge blotches on their body scans? Did a mosquito cause it? No. It just flies in the face of everybody’s personal testimonies.’
Seven intelligence agencies took part in the most recent study, including the CIA.
According to the Post, five agencies determined that a foreign adversary being responsible was ‘very unlikely’, one agency ‘unlikely’, and one abstained. None dissented from the joint report’s overall conclusion that it was not Chinese or Russian directed energy weapons.
‘There’s no environmental cause that causes the body damage that I saw,’ said the source, speaking on the condition of anonymity. ‘And I don’t know how you create damage inside of a body, like what was seen, that comes on all of a sudden, and could be called ‘pre-existing conditions’
A now-deleted page on the Navy’s website discloses a project with the codename Medusa, a prototype of a microwave weapon made for the Marine Corps in 2004 which had a ‘temporarily incapacitating effect’ and was small enough to fit in a car
CIA Director William Burns said in a statement: ‘We applied the Agency’s very best operational, analytic, and technical tradecraft to what is one of the largest and most intensive investigations in the Agency’s history. I and my leadership team stand firmly behind the work conducted and the findings.’
The use of energy weapons around the world has been documented for years
A now-deleted page on the Navy’s website discloses a project with the codename Medusa, a prototype of a microwave weapon made for the Marine Corps in 2004 which had a ‘temporarily incapacitating effect’ and was small enough to fit in a car.
In 2005 a patent was filed in the US for a ‘electromagnetic personnel control’ device, with side effects including those described by Havana Syndrome victims.
Raytheon has created a microwave crowd control tool called the Active Denial System (ADS) which creates an intense burning feeling on skin.
According to a paper by the German Foundation for Peace Research, ‘in April 2007 an airman in an ADS test got an overdose and received second-degree burns on both legs that needed to be treated in a hospital for two days.’
Earlier this month, a highly trained former government staffer believed to be ‘patient zero’ of Havana Syndrome spoke to Fox News, slamming the joint intelligence report
The Pentagon confirmed in June 2010 that ADS had been deployed in Afghanistan.
The same year, Russia’s military doctrine called for the use of sonic weapons in future wars. US police forces currently use a kind of sonic cannon called a Long Range Acoustic Device.
Earlier this month, a highly trained former government staffer believed to be ‘patient zero’ of Havana Syndrome spoke to Fox News, slamming the joint intelligence report.
‘When I was first attacked, I was in my room. Very, very loud sound, penetrated into my room,’ the official, named only as Adam, told the TV news channel.
‘In reading the report, there’s a myriad of errors, mistruths, twisting of the truth and flat out, as far as I’m concerned, lies in there.
‘To say that a foreign adversary doesn’t have the same sort of technology or equipment, frankly, is laughable. I mean, it was just two years ago that China was bragging that they were using microwave weapons on the Indian border against India,’ he said.
‘There is open source reporting that in 2012, the NSA released a report about one of their officers that was heading abroad with a high powered microwave system that was designed to bathe in living quarters and cause neurological deficits.’
‘Russia sold a system to China in the early 2000s, and China developed their own off of that and called it Torch one. So we know that these exist. And so to say otherwise, this is frankly, is insulting to the U.S. public because a simple Google search will reveal all the things I’m telling you to be true.’
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