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New U.S. Intel Reveals Shocker About Cause Of ‘Havana Syndrome’

A new intelligence review has come to the conclusion that the so-called “Havana Syndrome,” which is an ailment that has afflicted American diplomats, members of the military, and intelligence officers all over the world for years and years, is not the result of actions taken by a foreign adversary or energy weapon, according to a report published by the Washington Post.

So does that mean there’s a chance that maybe, just maybe, these folks are the result of some sort of U.S. weapons test? That is kind of a tinfoil hat kind of theory, but hey, when you look at the awful things corrupt government officials have done against the American people, it seems plausible.

The report by the Post, citing two intelligence officials who are familiar with the review in question, also “shatters a long-disputed theory” that hundreds of U.S. personnel were “targeted and sickened by a clandestine enemy wielding energy waves as a weapon.”

Symptoms of the mysterious illness were first reported back at the U.S. Embassy in Havana in 2016, according to information in the Post report.

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According to a 2022 report from NBC News, a panel of scientific experts working for U.S. intelligence agencies determined that pulsed electromagnetic energy, or microwave energy, stood out as the most plausible explanation for others showing Havana Syndrome symptoms.

These findings expanded on a 2020 report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

Some victims, according to NBC News, reported hearing a sound from a particular direction or feeling pressure in one ear; and others eventually suffered from vertigo.

During the study, NBC News said the panel quickly “ruled out” high-powered ultrasound beams as a potential cause. At that point, microwave energy had become the most likely source of discomfort among U.S. personnel, since it’s low-powered and can penetrate walls.

That conclusion also had merit, according to NBC News, since a number of Havana Syndrome victims “reported feeling the sensation of being hit by an invisible blast or pressure wave while inside their apartments or homes.”

This new intel report, according to the Post, “caps a years-long effort by the CIA” and other federal agencies to explain why intelligence officers, career diplomats, and other serving U.S. missions around the globe kept experiencing “strange and painful acoustic sensations.”

At times, the symptoms from this mysterious illness was so bad that it forced government workers to take a step away from their work due to incurring all of the physical and emotional trauma.