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Strange sonic waves in Cuba linked to brain damage – is this what we all have to look forward to once 5G is rolled out?
By Ethan Huff // Aug 02, 2019

New research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has revealed that government personnel who we earlier reported had suffered from strange, sonic wave-induced neurotrauma while visiting Cuba also experienced actual brain damage in the form of decreased white matter.


University of Pennsylvania scientists say that those affected by the "microwave beam weapons," as some are calling them, now have "significant differences" in their brains compared to normal brains.

In addition to headaches, vision problems, ear ringing, hearing loss, difficulty concentrating, and trouble sleeping, affected individuals also experienced brain synapse abnormalities, according to the experts, which is negatively affecting the parts of their brains responsible for sight and hearing.

While the study is inconclusive in being able to definitively say that this low white matter count is a direct result of the mysterious phenomena in Cuba, the symptoms would appear to directly correlate, which is a serious cause for concern.

In the meantime, the United States has pulled most of its official from Cuba while the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) seeks answers. Both the Trump administration and various U.S. officials contend that the source of this neurotrauma is some kind of sonic attack, which Republican Senator Marco Rubio of Florida believes may have been intentional.

"Once again we have learned that the Cuban government has failed to keep foreign diplomats, both American and Canadian, safe on their own soil," Sen. Rubio is quoted as saying. "And as I have long said, nothing happens in Cuba that the regime does not know about."

For more related news, be sure to check out EMF.news.

5G is a dangerous microwave beam weapon, too

One wonders if the same thing will happen to the civilian population across America once 5G is fully deployed, seeing as how the reported symptoms of 5G exposure are disturbingly similar to those experienced by the U.S. diplomats who went to Cuba.

As it turns out, 5G technology utilized "laser-like beams of electromagnetic radiation" to connect wireless devices with 5G small cell towers. And this electromagnetic radiation is already causing some people to experience electro-hypersensitivity, which can manifest as headaches, difficulty concentrating, and other symptoms also present in those exposed to the sonic wave weapons in Cuba.

Is it possible that these mystery phenomena in Cuba are related to the ongoing 5G rollout? It certainly is, though authorities will more than likely avoid making any connection between the two as mass panic might ensue.

In a letter signed by more than 244 doctors, scientists, and researchers from around the world, it's explained that 5G "will substantially increase exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) on top of the 2G, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, etc. for telecommunications already in place."

"RF-EMF has been proven to be harmful for humans and the environment," the letter goes on to state.

In cities where 5G has already been installed, families are reporting noticeable declines in health, including cold and flu symptoms, as well as loss of energy, mood swings, headaches, and more.

"About a month after the antenna was installed, both my nieces, whose room is closest to the antenna, came down with what seemed like a cold or flu," one family in Sacramento, California, where Verizon has been installing 5G small cell towers, is reporting.

"A month after that, they were still sick ... It was very hard to watch their transformation from such healthy, happy, and energetic children to run-down and chronically ill."

Despite what the "authorities" claim, the non-ionizing radiation from 5G small cell towers can cause serious health problems, many of which mimic those experienced by the U.S. diplomats who visited Cuba and later fell ill.

To learn more about the dangers of radiation, visit Radiation.news.

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