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Havana Syndrome reported among US diplomats in Vienna


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A US State Department spokesperson said Saturday: "In coordination with our partners across the US Government, we are vigorously investigating reports of possible unexplained health incidents among the US Embassy Vienna community or wherever they are reported."

Victims of Havana Syndrome have reported a varying set of symptoms and physical sensations, including sudden vertigo, nausea, headaches and head pressure, sometimes accompanied by a "piercing directional noise."

Some reported being able to "step in" and "step out" of these sensations by physically moving their bodies elsewhere. Some have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries and continue to suffer from debilitating headaches and other health issues years later.

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Interesting that this is only happening to Americans. Are Americans behind it?

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10 hours ago, ouija ouija said:

Interesting that this is only happening to Americans. Are Americans behind it?

Ya beat me to it.

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11 hours ago, ouija ouija said:

Interesting that this is only happening to Americans. Are Americans behind it?

What do you mean by this? Some sort of false flag attacks? Or that there is some kind of "war" going on between American factions at these embassies? 

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13 minutes ago, Hugh Mungus said:

What do you mean by this? Some sort of false flag attacks? Or that there is some kind of "war" going on between American factions at these embassies? 

Well the spooks may just be targeting Americans to test new hardware. Doubtful, but it's not beyond them to do just that.

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CIA Director William Burns says he has redoubled the agency's efforts to uncover the cause of Havana Syndrome — the mysterious set of ailments that has afflicted more than 200 U.S. officials and family members around the world.

That includes the assignment of a senior officer who once led the hunt for Osama bin Laden to lead the investigation and tripling the size of a medical team involved in the probe, Burns told NPR on Thursday in his first sit-down interview since being confirmed as the agency's chief in March.

Boise state public radio

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U.S. Embassy personnel in Bogota, Colombia, have reported symptoms aligned with the mysterious “Havana syndrome” that continues to plague U.S. spies and diplomats around the globe.

U.S. officials said Tuesday that two cases were initially reported by embassy personnel in the capital city, but said several others may have been affected. Embassy staff was alerted to the “anomalous health incidents” involving at least five families connected to the embassy in a mid-September email, according to The Wall Street Journal, who first reported the latest known cases in a baffling string of attacks that have mystified U.S. officials.

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2021/oct/13/havana-syndrome-mystery-expands-new-cases-us-embas/

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This is the third thread I've seen of this. First it is, then it isn't, then it is. On the other thread a member brought up the 'Moscow Signal' then I found some articles pertaining to it. It definitely sounds almost identical to the Moscow Signal that was discovered on the US embassy in Russia during the Cold War from the 1950's-70's.

 

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Long before Havana Syndrome, the U.S. reported microwaves beamed at an embassy

In 1996, Michael Beck and a colleague at the National Security Agency were sent to a "hostile country" on a brief assignment.

After being detained at the airport for about an hour, they were allowed to go, but they knew they were being closely watched.

A few days into the assignment, Beck woke up at his hotel feeling terrible.

https://www.wbur.org/npr/1047342593/long-before-havana-syndrome-u-s-reported-microwaves-beamed-at-an-embassy

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