Declassified Report Says Havana Syndrome May Be Linked To Directed Energy

  • A newly declassified report says “Havana syndrome,” a set of unexplained medical symptoms first experienced by U.S. State Department personnel stationed in Cuba in 2016, might be caused by an “electromagnetic energy” weapon, contradicting U.S. officials who have said it’s “very unlikely” the strange cluster of ailments were caused by a foreign country, whether by accident or on purpose, reports Salon.
  • “Electromagnetic energy, particularly pulsed signals in the radio frequency range, plausibly explains the core characteristics, although information gaps exist,” a report prepared for the director of national intelligence by the Intelligence Community Experts Panel on Anomalous Health Incidents, states.
  • “There are several plausible pathways involving forms of electromagnetic energy, each with its own requirements, limitations, and unknowns. For all the pathways, sources exist that could generate the required stimuli, are concealable, and have moderate power requirements,” it added.
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