(Stillness in the Storm Editor) High strangeness as 11 more American diplomats were evacuated from China, due to a sickness that emerged after hearing strange sounds. Could this be the result of psionic weaponry?
The State Department evacuated nearly a dozen people from China after hearing abnormal sounds that seemed to correspond with peculiar health problems. The symptoms described sound similar to what has been detailed in psionic weaponry patents. Here’s one example:
The below article by the New York Times specifically refers to “sophisticated electronic eavesdropping efforts or a form of aural harassment. But what is “aural harassment?”
An internet search did not reveal any official definition. But aural could referring to the aura, the energy field around the body. An aura, contrary to popular belief, is a real phenomenon, measured scientifically as bioelectric fields produced by living tissues, particularly the brain and heart.
Update: I received the following from a reader about the word aural:
relating to the ear or the sense of hearing.
Given this definition, my proceeding conjecture about the word relating to aura is inaccurate. However, the remaining analysis is still valid, as the method by which an individual’s body is influenced by psionic weaponry occurs through the body, altering the auric or bioelectric field.
Using various forms of entrainment, an energy system can be augmented using signals from an external source. What this means is that by using the right frequency, the energy of the body can be altered, causing health problems, changes in perception, activation of sexual drive, fear responses, and so on. In essence, technology has been developed that has the ability to “hack” the human body, and by extension, influence the mind.
This isn’t the only story related to strange health ailments experienced by diplomats after hearing a sound. In 2016, a similar evacuation took place in Cuba.
Let’s assume for the moment that psionic weapons are being used. What’s the motivation?
What are these “diplomats” doing to potentially be the target of this technology?
Have China and Cuba brokered some alliance against the US? Or are the clandestine intelligence agencies of the powers that be attempting to strong-arm China and Cuba, who responded by attacking these agents with psionic weapons?
At this point, we don’t know much.
Some have claimed that an alliance is working to end the manipulation of the Deep State or Cabal. Perhaps these events that seem like psionic weapons are an indication that skirmishes are indeed taking place behind the scenes, a kind of silent world war to free the planet. However, this is just speculation based on claims of some alleged insiders.
We’ll keep an eye on this story and report any new developments, as they emerge.
by Steven Lee Myers, June 30th, 2018
The State Department has evacuated at least 11 Americans from China after abnormal sounds or sensations were reported by government employees at the United States Consulate in the southern city of Guangzhou, officials said, deepening a mystery that has so far confounded investigators.
At least eight Americans associated with the consulate in Guangzhou have now been evacuated, according to one official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.
In addition, one employee from the consulate in Shanghai and two from the embassy in Beijing were sent to the United States for further medical tests after undergoing examinations that the department encouraged when the first report of illnesses in Guangzhou surfaced in April, the official said.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo raised the issue with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, in a telephone call that otherwise focused on the diplomacy surrounding North Korea’s nuclear program, according to a statement released Friday morning in Beijing.
The cases in Guangzhou — and now possibly Shanghai and Beijing — are similar to a wave of illnesses that struck Americans working at the embassy in Havana, Cuba, beginning in fall 2016. Another American there was reported last week to have symptoms, bringing the total number of those afflicted by what have been described as “sonic attacks” to 25.
It remains unclear whether the cases in Shanghai and Beijing — which have not been previously reported — were related to what officials described as “subtle and vague, but abnormal, sensations of sound and pressure” experienced at an apartment tower in Guangzhou where a number of consulate employees live.
The sounds and sensations in Cuba, and now China, have been variously attributed to sophisticated electronic eavesdropping efforts or a form of aural harassment, with some pointing fingers at Russia or China. Other experts have raised the possibility of environmental factors or even mass hysteria.
American officials in China declined to comment or did not respond to inquiries. But in a written response on Saturday, the State Department said that “several staff and family members” had been sent to the United States for further evaluation. The statement suggested that some might have been evacuated for “other unrelated issues.”
The statement said that only one of those evacuated so far had been diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injury: the first employee who was evacuated in April after complaining of health issues caused by the sounds and sensations.
Some of those evacuated have been sent to the Center for Brain Injury and Repair at the University of Pennsylvania, where researchers examined the cases from Cuba. State Department spokesmen would not elaborate.
After the injuries appeared in Cuba, the Trump administration expelled 15 Cuban diplomats, saying Cuban officials had failed to adequately protect American diplomats. But the government there denied any involvement.
So have the Chinese. The department’s statement on Friday referred to “ongoing cooperation” with the Chinese in investigating “the health-related incident” in Guangzhou.
After the cases surfaced there, senior officials from the department flew to China to investigate, while Mr. Pompeo appointed a committee to review “unexplained health incidents” affecting American diplomats and employees abroad. The deputy secretary of state, John J. Sullivan, is leading the review, assisted by representatives from the Department of Health and Human Services and the Justice Department, but officials have said they remain flummoxed.
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