June 7, 2018
I remember Alex Jones talking about sonic mind-beams 15 years ago. There is a whole bunch of documentation on them.
They definitely do exist. It just isn’t something that really gets talked about much – partly because the government doesn’t want people thinking about them, and partly because it makes people uncomfortable to think about them. It definitely makes one uncomfortable to imagine they could be surreptitiously targeted with mind-beams in their homes.
I just can’t really figure why Cuba and now China would be using these mind-beams on consulate staff.
Like, what is the goal of such an operation?
You could speculate that this is some high-level mind beaming that can actually control people’s thoughts and so on – but consulate staff are not important people, really.
An employee at the US consulate in Guangzhou and his family have reportedly been evacuated from China upon suffering neurological symptoms after hearing strange sounds. Washington says it’s taking the strange illness seriously.
The US State Department has said medical tests confirmed that at least one US government worker in China experienced the same type of a “medical incident” that US diplomats had suffered in Cuba after allegedly hearing some strange sounds.
US Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said that upon receiving medical confirmation that the the staffer displayed similar symptoms a team of medical professionals was dispatched to Guangzhou to “conduct screening of all US government employees and family members who requested it.”
She has not specified how many Americans have already returned to the US from China, saying that “a number of individuals” were sent for “further evaluation and comprehensive assessment of their symptoms” to the US.
I can’t imagine you can test if a person has suffered an attack by a mind-beam.
Although I am certainly no expect, I would suspect that it leaves no traces. Perhaps long-term exposure could show up on an MRI? I’ve no idea.
The New York Times reported on Wednesday, citing officials, that US diplomatic staff and their families in the southern Chinese city have been undergoing checks administered by a team of medics who were dispatched to China specifically for that purpose.
While the cause of the mysterious ailment, which already claimed at least one US official in Guangzhou back in April, is still under scrutiny, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo last month likened the symptoms displayed by the stricken worker to those experienced by US diplomats in Cuba.
“The medical indications are very similar, and entirely consistent with, the medical indications that were taking place to Americans working in Cuba,” he told Congress in May.
It was reported earlier this week that the State Department has established a dedicated taskforce to look into the “unexplained health incidents” with US diplomats, which have become of a growing concern to the White House. The task force, which was touted by Pompeo last month, will be an umbrella body to investigate, identify and treat the diplomatic staff and their close ones who were subjected to the attacks.
A State Department official told CNN at the time that it was “currently reviewing the incident in China and determining how best to proceed.”
While US officials, including Pompeo, keep drawing parallels between the incidents in China and Cuba, with the latter being dubbed “health attacks” by the State Department, several reports have cast doubt on the claims that the diplomats were deliberately targeted by some sort of sinister technology in the first place.
An FBI report in January failed to uncover any evidence to support the allegations that sonic waves were used against the US diplomats.
Cuban authorities, meanwhile, repeatedly denied any involvement in the supposed “attacks,” noting that Washington might be peddling the narrative in order to fan anti-Cuban sentiment.
Yeah, it seemed like a false flag in Cuba, and now that they’re also doing it in China, it seems even more likely that is the case.
Maybe the US is using these weapons on their own diplomats. Or maybe the diplomats are being instructed to fake it.
I think what we are seeing is the development of a narrative of constant paranoia of science-fiction type weapons being constantly used everywhere by the enemies of ZOG.
Foreign Policy published a piece last year claiming there’s a long history of these kinds of weapons being used by US enemies.
An underlying paranoia of secret invisible mind-beams everywhere adds a bizarre element of confusion to the current social and political climate.
“Acoustic weapons” have been used for crowd control for a long time.
It’s called “LRAD” – long-range acoustic device.
This doesn’t get talked about much either.
Probably because people would be asking Israel why they don’t just use these to repel Palestinians instead of opening fire with live rounds. And other reasons.
But directing low-frequency mind-beams into people’s homes is something different. Much more advanced. Though also, does exist.
All of this weird sci-fi technology is going to start coming up more often now.
Something to look forward to.
Weird cyberpunk shit is kind of exciting.
We might end up all having to walk around in cloaks with metal helmets to protect our brains from the beams.
They could easily be emitted on a large scale from cellphone towers, you know. Scramble the minds of entire populations. Or rewire their thoughts in other ways.
PEMFT (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy) has been FDA approved for a decade and allegedly cures depression through electromagnetic stimulation of people’s brains.
If they can cure depression with these beams, they could cause it too, no?
The could induce calm or panic as they wished.
We are already surrounded by all kinds of artificial EMF waves. We are inundated by them.
There was a 2003 movie about this technology being used via cellphone towers called “Control Factor.”
The only reason I can think of why they wouldn’t start implementing some form of mass mind control using these techniques is incompetence.
There is this and still weirder things yet to come.